Women’s Soccer battled Hartford to a 0-0 tie on September 23. Keeper Kelly Boudreau made five saves to record her 20th career shutout. The Stags are now 4-4-1 on the season.

Women’s Volleyball went 2-1 this week, with wins in both MAAC contests. The Stags won their home opener over Manhattan 3-2 and won 3-0 on the road at Siena.  Fairfield is now 5-10 overall and 4-0 in the MAAC.

Men’s Soccer played St. Francis (NY) to a 1-1 tie on Wednesday night. David Piedrahita scored on a penalty kick for the Stags. The game was called in the 70th minute due to weather.  The Stags are now 1-2-4 in the season.

Field Hockey knocked off Holy Cross 2-1 to remain undefeated at home in 2010. Anne Nieuwenhuis scored both goals for the Stags. Fairfield is now 5-4 on the year.

Men’s Tennis had a strong showing at the USTA Invitational over the weekend.  Junior Joe Michalisin picked up his 100th and 101st career victories to join an exclusive list of six Stags tennis players.  Other Stags who had a great showing this weekend were: Dan Sauter ’12, who made it to the semifinals of the north consolation bracket in flight 5; Rob Ferrante ’11, who  made it to the finals of the consolation south bracket and Erik Kremheller ’13 who advanced to the finals in the consolation west draw of singles flight 7. The men’s tennis team will return to action September 29 when they host Fordham at 3 p.m. at Walsh Tennis Courts.

Men’s Basketball finalized its 2010-2011 schedule as the MAAC announced the conference slate.  The Stags open their season vs Sacred Heart on November 13 at the CT 6 Classic at Mohegan Sun Arena.

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