After a tough weekend on the road, the women's Soccer team returns home and looks to rebound from two tough losses to non-conference opponents Ohio and Kent State. The season is just three games old and the team's record stands at 1-2 with the only victory coming in double overtime against Wagner in the season opener.
The women's field hockey team suffered a disheartening 6-5 loss to Rutgers on penalty strokes Tuesday. The loss was the Stags' first of the season after winning the team's first two games against Providence and Rhode Island. Fairfield also, for the first time ever, received votes in the NFHCA National Poll.
In winning two out of three games over the weekend against Niagara, the baseball team is positioning itself for a run at the MAAC conference tournament with seven veteran seniors leading the way. Senior Matt Ciardelli had four hits in eight at-bats in the doubleheader Saturday, while classmate Ryan Bittner hit a two-run homerun during the Stags rally to win the second game.
Fairfield's second-annual Rock 'N' Jock softball game takes place on April 19, with all proceeds going to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
This Saturday will mark Fairfield University's 14th Annual Hunger Cleanup workdate. Students, faculty, alumni, and community members will gather behind Alumni Hall at 9 a.m. to donate time and money to help non-profit organizations throughout the greater Fairfield area.