HARTFORD, Conn. — The Sacred Heart University men's golf team concluded its play at the Hartford Invitational, finishing seventh out of 20 teams on Tuesday.
The Pioneers finished with a team score of +9 and a 585 total. University of Central Florida won the invitational, finishing -26 and a 550 total.
Clifford Lindholm led the way for the Pioneers, finishing tied for 12th out of 112 competitors, shooting 3-under par. Lindholm shot best in the second round as he shot 7-under par.
FAIRFIELD, Conn. - Sacred Heart University women’s volleyball had numerous players earn NEC weekly awards as freshman Emma Smallcomb was named Co-Defensive Player of the Week and freshman Sarah Ciszek was named Rookie of the Week, as announced by the league Monday afternoon.
Ciszek and Smallcomb are the second and third players to earn weekly awards this season as red-shirt junior Liisel Nelis was named the Molten/NEC Player of the Week on Sept. 4.
The Sacred Heart women's volleyball team went 2-0 on the final day of the Hampton Inn by Hilton Shelton Invitational, defeating Binghamton 3-1 and Rhode Island, 3-2. Sarah Ciszek, Alix Polk and Liisel Nelis were all named to the All-Tournament team, with Ciszek being named the tournament MVP.
The Sacred Heart University Women’s Tennis team kicked off the 2018-19 season by wrapping up play at the Quinnipiac Women’s Invitational. The team returns to action on Friday Sept. 21 when they compete in the Hofstra Invite. Lauren Santarsiero would have the best day for the Pioneers as she would be the champion of the D Cons Single Bracket by defeating fellow teammate Nicole Vassalle 8-3.
HANOVER, N.H.. — The Sacred Heart University women's golf team concluded its play at the Dartmouth Invitational, finishing 12 out of 15 teams on Sunday.
The Pioneers finished with a team score of +55 and a 631 total. University of Albany won the invitational, finishing +4 and a 580 total.
Ana Contreras led the way for the Pioneers, finishing tied for 23rd out of 80 competitors, shooting 7-over par. Contreras shot best in the second round as she shot a an even 72.
The Sacred Heart University field hockey team had its two-game win streak snapped, as the Pioneers fell to UMass Lowell, 4-1, Sunday afternoon at Johnson Field. Colleen McAninley scored the Pios lone goal in the loss.
The Pioneers return to action on Tuesday, September 18, when SHU plays host to Hofstra at noon.
The Sacred Heart Women’s Soccer team (1-8-0 overall, 0-0 NEC) fell to New Hampshire (4-4-1 overall, 0-0 America East) by a score of 1-0 this afternoon. The team returns to action on Friday September 21 when the begin Northeast Conference play against Bryant. Game time is set for 3:00 p.m.
FAIRFIELD, CT — The Sacred Heart University women’s volleyball team defeated the NJIT Highlanders 3-0 (27-25, 25-15, 25-21) on Friday night at the William H. Pitt Center to open the Hampton Inn by Hilton Shelton invitational. With the win the Pioneers improved to 5-4.
The Sacred Heart University Men’s Soccer team fell to Siena this afternoon in an overtime nail bitter 2-1. The team returns to action on Wednesday Sept. 19 when they host Seton Hall. Game-time is set for 3:00 p.m.
HANOVER, N.H. - The Sacred Heart University field hockey team earned its second win in a row, as the Pioneers defeated the Dartmouth Big Green 3-2, at Thompson Arena on Friday afternoon. Marlena Koellner scored a goal and Colleen McAninley scored twice, with her second goal being the game-winner.
The Pioneers return home to Johnson Field as they look to stretch their winning streak to three games against UMass Lowell on Sunday, September 16 at 2 p.m.
The Sacred Heart University Women’s Soccer team (1-7-0 overall, 0-0 NEC) defeated Saint Peter’s (0-6-0 overall, 0-0 MAAC) this afternoon by a final score of 4-0. Lindsay Corallo was the lead scorer for the Pioneers as she tallied two goals. With the win head coach Matt Micros earned his first NCAA Division 1 win as well as his first win as the SHU head coach.
Sacred Heart University Athletics has announced the hiring of Charlie Tortorici as the director of compliance. Tortorici will be assisting Senior Associate Athletics Director for Compliance, Meghan Miller, in being responsible for the direction of the department’s NCAA Compliance efforts.
The Sacred Heart University Women’s Rugby team fell to Army West Point this afternoon by a final score of 24-17. Tessa Buckey had two runs over twenty meters while Buckey, Isabelle Cuddy and Allie Rinaldi each scored a try for the Pioneers respectively. The team returns to action on Saturday Sept. 22 when the team faces off with Castleton. Game-time is set for 3:00 p.m.
The scheduled women’s rugby match against LIU Post has been cancelled due to the opponent having a limited number of players for this weekend’s match. Instead, the Sacred Heart University women’s rugby team will face off against Army B Side on Friday September 14. Game-time is set for 5:30 p.m.
The Sacred Heart men’s tennis team opened its fall 2018 season at the UCONN Invitational this afternoon. The team returns six players while adding three freshman to the team as well. The team returns to action tomorrow as they continue play against the seven other teams in the tournament including Bentley, Boston University, Fairfield, Holy Cross host UCONN and Quinnipiac.
Head Men’s Ice Hockey Coach CJ Marottolo announced the 2018-19 schedule this morning. The 34-game schedule includes seven non-conference games including games against the former number 11 team in the country Northeastern on Oct. 12 and 13 followed by a match against Providence on Oct. 20 at home. The team will also take on Ivy League member Yale on Jan. 13 and local rival UCONN on Jan.29.
Sacred Heart women's ice hockey head coach Tom O'Malley announced the Pioneers' 2018-19 schedule this afternoon. The Pioneers will open the 31-game regular season slate on Friday, October 5 at home against Post University.
Sacred Heart University field hockey had numerous players earn MAAC weekly awards as senior Allie Brouhard was named the Defensive Player of the Week and freshman Kayla Kruk was named Rookie of the Week, as announced by the league Monday afternoon.
The Sacred Heart University men's golf team concluded its play at the Ryan T. Lee Collegiate at Hop Meadow Country Club, finishing first out of 11 teams on Sunday. Saptak Talwar won the Individual Medalist honors at 1-under par after a two-hole playoff.
The Pioneers finished with a team score of +9 and a 585 total. Bryant and Saint Peter’s finished tied for second with team scores of +18.
After falling to No. 21 Albany on Saturday, the Sacred Heart University field hockey team bounced back and defeated Villanova, 2-1, at home on Sunday afternoon. Kelsy Hopkins and Kayla Kruk each tallied a goal in the win, with Kruk’s goal being the game-winner.
The Sacred Heart University Women’s soccer team (0-7-0 overall, 0-0 NEC) fell to Vermont (1-4-1 overall, 0-0 American East) by a score of 1-0 this afternoon. The team returns to action on Wednesday Sept. 12 when they travel to Jersey City to face Saint Peter’s. Game-time is set for 1:00 p.m.