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Fall sports introduce a slew of freshmen

With the school year just beginning, the seasons for many fall athletics are well under way. This year, many of the teams have freshmen that will look to make themselves known by having an impact on the team,...
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She’s got all the Faith she needs

On a team carried heavily by nine seniors, starting as a freshman can be extremely difficult. But starting on the team as a freshman seemed to be a simple obstacle to overcome for Faith Daley. Daley is one...
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Rees’ 100th win highlights men’s soccer’s season

In the 2013 Fairfield men’s soccer season, the team put together an 8-5-3 overall record while going 5-3-2 in the MAAC Conference. Six Fairfield student-athletes were recognized for the academic achievement as members of the MAAC All-Academic team: Jordan Ayris ‘15, Matt Danaher ‘14, Sean Fahy ‘14, George Newton ‘16 , John Sullivan ‘15, and Matt Turner ‘16.
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Women’s soccer wraps up season

After a long and successful season, Fairfield’s women’s soccer will finally be taking a break from the field. Before the season had even started, the Stags had established their overall goals. The team wasn’t looking for a perfect record, but for a season that showed they had deserved everything that had come to them.
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Soccer coaches win big

In these past few weeks, Fairfield men’s and women’s soccer coaches, Carl Rees and Jim O’Brien, respectively, have made great accomplishments. Carl Rees notched his 100th MAAC win as a coach and Jim O’Brien finished the season as the first ever coach of an undefeated Fairfield women’s soccer team at home.

Women’s soccer win for seniors

​Last Saturday, the Stags women’s soccer team beat the Niagara Purple Eagles with a score of 4-0 on Senior Day. Ironically enough, all four of the goals were scored by freshmen. The four seniors, Sarah Frassetto, Jac Ley, Carly Beyar and Shannon Fay, and one graduate student, Nikki Stanton '13, played in their last ever home game at Lessing Field and helped their team clinch a winning season as well as an undefeated season at home. This is the first time such a feat has happened for the women’s soccer team.
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Men’s soccer ties MAAC opener

In their first MAAC play game of the season, men’s soccer was not able to pick up a win or a loss. The team walked away with a tie of 1-1 against Monmouth University on Saturday night in double overtime.