The team is one of four University Athletic Association sides to be ranked within the top 25 in the year’s first poll.
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The women will return eight of 11 starting players from last year’s team that had a 7-1-3 record on Gordon Field.
Maddie Dolins ’16 leads the women’s squad into the cross country season with a goal of the NCAA Championships.
In her first game, outside hitter Jessie Moore ’18 recorded 10 kills in Friday’s loss to Rivier University.
The men scored five times in the second half to blow away Hobart College in their season opener last Saturday
Both squads opened their respective seasons with multiple top-10 finishers and team victories.
The squad responded to a season-opening 1-0 loss by giving coach Denise Dallamora her 300th win.
The Athletics Department launched a new initiative called “We the Jury’ this past Friday, aiming to increase campus-wide spirit at sporting events.According to a Sept.
Marin Cilic takes first career Grand Slam title during unlikely final with victory over Kei NishikoriAvi Gold
Coach Denise Dallamora became only the third coach ever from New England to win 300 games on Aug. 31.
Forward Samantha Schwartz ’18 scored her second game-winning goal for the Judges on Saturday.
Middle blocker Carly Gutner-Davis ’15 took all-tournament honors at the Brandeis Invitational.
Tyler Savonen ’15 scored twice in the game’s first half hour and added an assist for the Judges.
Last Thursday, the National Hockey League announced several rule changes for the 2014 to 2015 season.
The men’s tennis team opened their season at the Middlebury College Invitational on Saturday with a pair of
Outside hitter Liz Hood ’15 recorded 27 kills over the weekend, including 13 on Saturday afternoon.
Forward Samantha Schwartz ’18 has paced the Judges with four goals in five contests this year.
The squad surrendered just one shot on goal in a 4-0 win over Clark University on Saturday.
Forward Cidney Moscovitch ’17 scored twice in Saturday’s win against UMass Boston.