Club sports update

Women’s rugby won against Millersville University on Saturday 17-7. Strong performances were put in by the forwards with rookie sophomore Vicky McDermott scoring her first try. The team will travel to the University of Delaware this weekend to compete in its first division game of the season.

Club field hockey had a round robin with Princeton University and Delaware on Saturday. In the first game versus Princeton, the College won 4-1. Juniors Danielle Damiano, Kayley Cassidy, Laura VasDias and April-Chrystal Holmes scored the four goals. Princeton lost to Delaware 4-2 in a game officiated by certified umpires Holmes and senior Cait Sidrane. The College then lost to Delaware 2-1, its lone goal being scored off of a penalty stroke by sophomore Elizabeth Trainer.

Club softball started its season this past weekend as it came out on top in a tripleheader versus Princeton to go 2-1.

Women’s club soccer played against Princeton and Georgetown University at Princeton on Saturday. The College won its first game of the day versus Princeton 1-0. Junior Sarah Hayes put in the only goal of the game when she redirected a well-placed corner kick by junior Cara Reposa into the net. The College’s second game of the day versus Georgetown resulted in a 2-2 tie. Georgetown scored on a shot over junior goalkeeper Justine Clarke’s head midway through the first half. The College evened the score early in the second half as Reposa placed the ball past Georgetown’s goalkeeper toward the far post, but Georgetown scored again to take the lead. The College found the back of the net once more to tie the game when Hayes scored off a strong cross from senior Lauren Pfeifer.

Ultimate frisbee played in its first tournament of the season at Villanova University. The men’s team went 4-0 in pool play Saturday, beating Brookdale Community College 13-7, the University of North Carolina-Greensboro 13-3, the University of Richmond 11-6 and Villanova 13-8. It ended its weekend with a hard-fought loss to Towson University 13-7 in the semifinals. The women’s team was unable to take home a victory but had a strong showing against Radford University.

Club tennis defeated Rutgers University 5-4 on Sunday.

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