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Women’s Lacrosse Eyes Successful Third Season

Clodel Remy, Impact Staff

February 17, 2012

  The road towards another successful season starts on March 3 for Coach Francesca Delorenzo and Mercy women’s lacrosse against Assumption.  Delorenzo is entering her third season as the coach for a very young, hungry and improving team. The young team is looking to continue their rise...

Men’s Bball Wins, Youthful Team Maturing

Colin Senior drives to the basket against Chestnut Hill in a losing effort on Nov. 30.

Chayim Tauber, Sports Editor

January 31, 2012

It took them more than three months to accomplish the feat that the Mavericks men’s basketball team pulled off last Saturday. Victory. The Men’s basketball squad got their first win of the season against Nyack in what is easily the Mavs best start in years. The Mavs are a well balanced team...

Lady Mavs Still Feel Playoffs Are Possible

Power forward Jasmine Williams and the Lady Mavs will attempt to avenge two season losses to Bridgeport on Dec. 17 on the road.

Chayim Tauber, Sports Editor

January 31, 2012

"Here we go again.” How else could a team react to an 0-6 start on the heels of consecutive 20+ loss seasons? Worse yet has been the manner in which they’ve lost. Whereas last season’s team were in nearly every game they lost, this team’s been blown out pretty much every time they’ve stepped...

Looking The Role Of The Athlete At Mercy

Looking The Role Of The Athlete At Mercy

Vincent Roszkowski, Impact Staff

January 31, 2012

Professional sport teams have their own set of unwritten rules that have to be abided by on and off the field. Many may remember when left fielder Johnny Damon jumped ship from the Boston Red Sox to the rival New York Yankees; however, it was under one condition, he had to clean up his hair and clean ...

Mercy Freshman Volleyball Star Keeping Her Head In The Game

Mercy Freshman Volleyball Star Keeping Her Head In The Game

Jasmine Williams, Managing Editor

January 31, 2012

With anxiety flowing through her veins after her last kill, she makes eye contact with the head official, waiting for him to signal that it’s okay for her to serve. Dribble. Slap. Dribble. Slap. Dribble. Slap. She leans back, tossing the ball in the air with ease and serves perfectly over the...

Meet The Maverick Masher – Freshman Phenom Brenna White

Meet The Maverick Masher - Freshman Phenom Brenna White

Chayim Tauber, Sports Editor

November 21, 2011

This is the face of Mercy Athletics. She is also the most dominant neophyte in Division II volleyball and is starting to get the league-wide recognition to accompany her heady game. Despite being the most ferocious hitter in the East Coast Conference (she ended the season with the second most kills...

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