Women’s soccer earned its first-ever NIAC Championship with a victory at home on Sunday. After drawing to a 2-2 tie through 90 minutes, the Eagles received an overtime goal from Maya Golowasch to claim the 3-2 victory over Fisher College. Avery Barber and Riley Lane were the other goal scorers for the Eagles with Kali DeMarco setting up a pair of the goals. Golowasch was named the Championship MVP for her overtime winner. The Eagles final record of 8-6 (.571) is the best the program has achieved since it went 18-1 in 2006.
Men’s soccer team suffered a hard-fought 2-1 defeat against Fisher College in the NIAC Championship on Sundayafternoon at Eagles Game Field. Naing Aung scored his second goal in as many games to draw the score even at 1-1 before the Eagles gave up a late goal in the second half. For his stellar effort in goal including several terrific leaping saves, Sawyer Levy was named the Championships Defensive MVP. The 2018 season was quite successful as the team earned the most wins the program has seen in over a decade.
Women’s basketball posted a convincing win in the team’s season home opener beating Paul Smith’s College 75-45 on Thursday evening at the Eagle Dome. Four players reached double-figure scoring while three grabbed double-digit rebounds in the victory. Mercedes Rideout scored a team-high 19 points while Taylor Hill and Britanny Frasier each posted double doubles as Hill scored 15 to go with 12 rebounds while Frasier reached 10 points and 10 rebounds.
Men’s basketball built an early lead and led from wire-to-wire defeating Paul Smith’s College, 91-59, on Thursday evening in the team’s season home opener at the Eagle Dome. Three players reached double-digit points as it was a balanced scoring effort right though the entire lineup. Jerome Dixon scored 17 points to lead the team. Sean Leflore notched 11 points, while Greg Alexander had 10 in addition to his team-leading seven rebounds.