White’s Fifth 20-Kill Effort Leads Volleyball to 3-0 Sweep of Nyack

White’s Fifth 20-Kill Effort Leads Volleyball to 3-0 Sweep of Nyack

September 25, 2014
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Senior Brenna White  recorded her fifth 20-kill match of the season to lead the Mercy College volleyball team to a 3-0 sweep of Tappan Zee Bridge... Read more »

Serna Bookends Pair of Goals as Women’s Soccer Blanks Bloomfield, 5-0

Serna Bookends Pair of Goals as Women’s Soccer Blanks Bloomfield, 5-0

September 25, 2014
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Freshman Heidi Serna bookended her evening by scoring the first and last goals as the Mercy College women's soccer team defeated the Bears of Bloomfield College, 5-0. The Mavericks improve to 6-1 overall,... Read more »

Leon Jr. Takes Team Scoring Lead as Men’s Soccer Hosts Philadelphia

Leon Jr. Takes Team Scoring Lead as Men’s Soccer Hosts Philadelphia

September 25, 2014
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Senior Danny Leon Jr. netted the Mavericks' tenth goal of the season to become the team's leading scorer as the Mercy College men's soccer team hosted Philadelphia University in a non-conference bout... Read more »

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... Read more »

One Week To Go! NFL Mock Draft

One Week To Go! NFL Mock Draft

Michael Nash, Sports Editor
May 1, 2014
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The NFL Draft is something both fans, and the players cannot wait to watch. For the athletes, the dream of one day playing in the NFL is about to come true, and the fans cannot wait to see who their team picks. With the draft just seven days away, I decided to give a mock draft a try to try and predict... Read more »

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
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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... Read more »

The Dominant Jets Defensive Line

The Dominant Jets Defensive Line

Michael Nash, Sports Editor
April 23, 2014
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Back in the 70's and 80's, the Jets had one of the most dominant defensive lines in NFL history. Joe Klecko, Marty Lyons, Mark Gastineau, and Abdul Salaam were the members of that defensive line that were called " The New York Sack Exchange" for how often they caused havoc on the opposing quarterback.... Read more »

Baseball Shows Improvement Despite Losing Season

Baseball Shows Improvement Despite Losing Season

Michael Nash, Sports Editor
April 23, 2014
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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... Read more »

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
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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... Read more »

Ivory, Johnson, Powell? Sign Me Up

Ivory, Johnson, Powell? Sign Me Up

Michael Nash, Sports Editor
April 15, 2014
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A few years back, the New York Giants had a trio of running backs that were called " Earth, Wind, and Fire". The " Earth" was Brandon Jacobs, the " wind" was Derrick Ward, and the "fire" was Ahmad Bradshaw. Going into the 2014 season, it is very possible the New York Jets will have a similar version... Read more »