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Field Hockey Continues to Grow Heading into 2014 Season

Field Hockey Continues to Grow Heading into 2014 Season

September 24, 2014
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Head Coach Kayte Kinsley continues to build the Mercy College field hockey program piece by piece as the 2014 campaign begins. The fifth-year coach has seen the program mature quickly since its inception and is looking to take another step forward this season. "The last four years have been a rollercoaster...

Women’s Lacrosse Season Ends Under .500; Bub Leads Team in Points

Women’s Lacrosse Season Ends Under .500; Bub Leads Team in Points

Michael Nash, Sports Editor
April 24, 2014
Filed under Sports

The 2014 campaign for the Mercy Mavericks Women's lacrosse team has been like  roller coaster. There were some high points on the season, and some low points on the season, but overall the Mavericks have had themselves a decent season up to this point notching a record of 6-9, with two away games...

Baseball Shows Improvement Despite Losing Season

Baseball Shows Improvement Despite Losing Season

Michael Nash, Sports Editor
April 23, 2014
Filed under Sports

The Mercy Mavericks baseball team finished up the season with a record of 8-37-1. While 2013 was not an easy ride, the team is enjoying more success so far in their 2014 campaign. At this point in the season with just about ten games left on the schedule, the Mavs record is 11-20, with eleven of those...

Men’s Lacrose looks to end the season on a winning note

Men’s Lacrose looks to end the season on a winning note

Jospeh Cogdell, impact staff
April 17, 2014
Filed under Sports

After posting a 4-3 record in the conference last season and finishing in third place, The Mercy College men’s lacrosse team seemed to be on track and heading in the right direction. Somewhere along the line, the Mavericks derailed. With an overall record of 8-5, the Mavericks conference record is...

Men’s Lacrosse seeks ultimate goal: Championship

Men’s Lacrosse seeks ultimate goal: Championship

Joseph Cogdell, Impact Staff
March 30, 2014
Filed under Sports

As spring approaches, the weather is not the only thing that is about to warm up the campus in Dobbs Ferry.  Spring time at Mercy College means lacrosse season is about to stick off, or should I say kick off, and if this season is anywhere near a duplicate of last season, Mavericks fans have a lot to...

Mercy Mavericks Baseball Recap and Season Preview

Mercy Mavericks Baseball Recap and Season Preview

Michael Nash, Sports Editor
March 20, 2014
Filed under Sports

Before the start of every season, each team is tied for first place. After a rough 2013 season, the Mercy Mavericks were looking forward to putting the past behind them and putting together a strong 2014 season in which they return many key players from the team last season, and added many talented...

Mercy’s Softball Set To Be In Full Swing

Joseph Cogdell, Impact Staff
March 6, 2014
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After suffering a second round defeat to Dowling College in the East Coast Conference playoffs last season, the Mercy College softball team looks to step to the plate and swing for the fences in hopes of capturing the ECC Championship this season.  The Mavericks finished 26-25 last season with a conference...

Chris Cavalieri Story: Slim Chance

Chris Cavalieri Story: Slim Chance

Trifton Rose, Impact Staff
March 6, 2014
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Every college athlete has their own story. Some more than others. For Chris Cavalieri, his was about survival. The Mercy basketball player, just a few years ago, was not only worried about his athletic career, but his life as well. He was experiencing shortness of breath, fatigue, and his chest was...

Mercy Mavericks Lacrosse Season Preview

Mercy Mavericks Lacrosse Season Preview

Michael Nash, Sports Editor
March 5, 2014
Filed under Sports

Last year, the Mavericks Women's Lacrosse team finished 7-7.  Nothing to certainly complain about, but not where the Lady Mavs expected to be as they eyed a playoff birth. After starting the season with three consecutive wins over Wlimington, American Int'L, and Chestnut Hill respectively where the...

A Push For The Post Season

Joseph Cogdell, Impact Staff
February 19, 2014
Filed under Sports

After ending the month of January with a 69-66 victory over conference rival District of Columbia, the Mavericks attempted to carry that winning momentum into the month of February.  With just 7 conference games left on the schedule, and in the season, if the Mavericks wanted to make a push for the...

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