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Flag Football Is Back At Mercy College

Flag Football Is Back At Mercy College

Andrew Kim, Impact Staff December 1, 2022

With Mercy seniors Sam Baiden and Christian Aaron Manipis leading the way for the full reboot of the club, there are a few changes to what it used to be in the past. The Flag Football Club is now led by...

Deshaun Watson Doesnt Deserve to Play

Deshaun Watson Doesn’t Deserve to Play

Zack Higgins, Impact Staff November 28, 2022

As I drove home from Thanksgiving break back to Dobbs Ferry, I found myself listening to the game between the Cleveland Browns and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the radio.  The game ended in dramatic...

Mens and Womens Soccer Win ECC Titles

Men’s and Women’s Soccer Win ECC Titles

Nate Singleton, Impact Staff October 28, 2022

For the first time in Mercy athletics history, the soccer programs each won their respective conference titles and can call themselves champions. Both will not advance this weekend to the NCAA tournament As...

Men’s Soccer First Loss

Men’s Soccer First Loss

Nate Singleton October 23, 2022

The Mercy men’s soccer team suffers their first loss on the season at the hands to Southern Connecticut State University, falling to a 3-1 decision. Southern Connecticut scored the first two goals of...

Men’s Soccer Wins First Season Opener in 3 Years

Men’s Soccer Wins First Season Opener in 3 Years

Nate Singleton, Impact Staff October 21, 2022

To start the season, the Mavericks beat The College of Saint Rose on the road, 2-1, with a game-winning goal by senior Benjamin Van Buren, earning their first season opener in three years. Van Buren led...

The Zone Is Here For Your Well Being

The Zone Is Here For Your Well Being

Zack Higgins, Impact Staff September 30, 2022

Ivan Tchatchouwo and Erik Poldroo arrived at Mercy College's Dobbs Ferry campus early this September to share a message about the struggles of mental health with the Maverick student-athletes and were...

The Humble Phenom

The Humble Phenom

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor April 30, 2022
It was a warm and sunny Wednesday afternoon home game against New Haven, down off the Hudson River on Mercy Field. Jaden Caballero’s father, Richard, was in attendance for that game. In Richard's eyes, there wasn't a better way to spend his birthday than to watch his son play ball.
Baseball Clinches Consecutive Playoff Appearances with Wins Over DYouville

Baseball Clinches Consecutive Playoff Appearances with Wins Over D’Youville

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor April 27, 2022

Mercy baseball clinched a second straight playoff appearance this weekend after sweeping D’Youville including two wins on Saturday, which was also Senior Day.  The Mavericks' offense carried...

Overreacting to The Yankees First Ten Games; They Stink

Overreacting to The Yankees First Ten Games; They Stink

James Tiedemann, Managing Editor April 17, 2022

A baseball season is a marathon. That’s undisputed. A ten-game stretch of good or bad games can be corrected or undone in the next ten. It's part of the beauty of baseball. In the end, the best teams...

Lacrosse athlete Juggled Between Four Colleges Before Becoming a Maverick

Lacrosse athlete Juggled Between Four Colleges Before Becoming a Maverick

Nicole Alarcon, Associate Editor April 16, 2022

The lacrosse player and owner of the No. 88 jersey did not think he would ever be transferring and living in New York. Before he transferred to Mercy, Zack Higgins went to Hartford University, where...

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