Sports Shorts

Women’s Field Hockey

With 6 wins and 5 losses overall, the Field Hockey team looks forward to advancing past the Randolph-Macon Yellow Jackets on Oct. 18, 2015. Despite coming off o tough upset against Washington College, Wilson looks to travel up to New York and continue conference play the weekend of Oct. 24 in order to maintain their position as first in the North Eastern Athletic Conference. Player Amanda Haase ’18 noted, “I feel it will be a weekend full of intensity, and as long as we stay focused as a team, we will rise to the occasion and earn what we’ve been working towards.”

Women’s Soccer

With an overall record of 2 wins, 7 losses, and 1 tie the Women’s soccer team put up resilient effort against the Lancaster Bible College Chargers. Their next games will be held in New York this weekend starting Oct. 17 against Morrisville State College. Look forward to a battle until the buzzer this weekend as the women’s soccer team looks to heavily contend in the last 5 games of the season.

Men’s Soccer

The Men’s soccer program is still making history as they go into the final games of the season. Despite the rainy weather, the team put up a battle against Lancaster Bible College but came up short. Learning from each game and more prepared than ever, player Kevin Lysaght ’19 noted, “We know the competition will be tough. However, we are a strong team and once we get going it’s hard to stop us. We look to focus on moving the ball fast and keep good formation.” With that mindset, the team looks forward to making noise and shaking up the conference this upcoming weekend. Their games are scheduled for Oct. 17 and Oct. 18.


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