GMC Women’s volleyball posted its ninth win of the season, the most since the 2009-10 season, with a 3-0 victory over Paul Smith’s on Saturday afternoon in the first match of the day. The Eagles honored senior Sandra Parra in a small ceremony before the match. In the second match, the Eagles competed in their first ever Northeastern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship. GMC displayed some nerves early in the match, but evened the match at 1-1 through the first two sets. The Eagles played tough in the third set and then ultimately fell 3-1 to the eventual champion, Fisher College. Danielle Sill led the Eagles with 20 kills and 25 digs while Thunder Williams posted 26 assists and 25 digs during the day’s action.
Men’s soccer claimed a 2-1 overtime victory against Word of Life Bible Institute on Saturday evening in its lone game of the week. Naing Aung scored his first collegiate goal as the game winner in the extra frame after Joe Grubb opened the scoring for the Eagles. GMC finishes the regular season with a 4-8-2 record and will host Fisher College in the NIAC Championship this Saturdayat 2:30 p.m.
Women’s soccer split a pair of games this week. The Eagles were edged out by Norwich on Thursday, 2-1. The women rebounded in time for Saturday evening’s game against Word of Life, claiming a 7-0 victory to close out the regular season schedule with a 7-6 overall record, the first time the women’s soccer program has ended the season with a record above .500 since the 2006-07 season. Kali DeMarco and Jessica Bradley each notched a pair of goals during the week. The Eagles will host the NIAC Championship against Fisher on Saturday at noon.