The volleyball team traveled to Riverdale, New York securing a victory over Manhattan College. The victory was their third straight win and improved their record to 10-3 in the MAAC.

Sophomore Caitlin Stapleton had a match high 18 kills, including her 500th of her career. Sophomore Camille Coffey added 14 kills and her 5th double-double of the season.

Junior Rachel Romansky had 54 assists as well as 11 digs. Sophomore Carsen Mata had a career high 25 digs with Kara Reis ’13 adding 25 digs and 5 assists.

Freshman Maddie FitzPatrick delivered three blocks in addition to two kills with Stephanie Cruz’ 13 totaling nine digs, along with teammate Hayley Moyer ’14 adding 7 kills and totaling 4 blocks.

The Stags return home to play five-straight MAAC matches to end their regular season. The matches begin on October 27 against Iona College at 2 p.m.

Women’s Soccer

The Stags traveled to New Haven for a tough game against Yale University Monday night.

The game was a tight match with the Stags unfortunately falling 1-0 in double overtime. The Bulldogs outshot the Stags 7-0 in overtime, where one goal was allowed in allowing the Bulldogs to win.

Sophomore Kathleen Early had a total of four saves throughout the game, two of which were in the first overtime period.
Also, the Stags played a great game against Iona on Saturday, which allowed the team to clinch a spot in the 2012 MAAC Championship.

Junior Shannon Fay scored the first goal of the game only 74 seconds into the game, followed by a goal from Kasey Schulz ’13 in the 11th minute.

Junior Stephanie Sutherby scored her first collegiate goal in the 39th minute from 22 yards out, giving the Stags a 3-0 lead into the half.

In the second half, Schulz got her second goal 89 minutes in, finishing the game off with the final score of 4-0.

The Stags scored half of the shots on goal throughout the day. The Stags will be hosting St. Peter’s at home 7 p.m. on Friday night, with the senior ceremony at 6:50 p.m.

Men’s Swimming

This past weekend, three program records were broken in the Stags’ win against Manhattan College.
Junior Cody Parker broke an eight-year record in the 200-m freestyle and captured the 400m freestyle with a person best of 4:13:41.

Freshman Connor Daly broke not one but two program records in the 200m IM and finished as the runner-up in the event. In the 100m butterfly, Daly won the event and set a new program standard in addition to runner-up of the 100m breaststroke.

Junior Kevin Greener won the 800m freestyle with Nick Cannone ’16 finishing in 3rd, with classmate Andrew Robinson’16 placing 4th. Sophomore Tyler Conley won the 50m freestyle and runner up in the 100m freestyle, both times being extremely close to his own program records.

Senior Ryan Krebs won both diving events, the 1-m and 3-m board, with a personal best on the 1-m.

Fairfield swims at home against Fordham October 26 at 5 p.m.

Women’s Swimming

The Stag’s won against Manhattan College, with a total of eight first place finishes as well as several personal bests.
The Stags began the day with a win in the 200m medley relay, the team consisting of Kelly Mulligan ’16, Suzy Lawlor ’14, Cacky Keating ’13, and Liz Avery ’16.

In the 200m freestyle, Fairfield took the top three spots, with Kate Ansani ’16 in first, Katherine Kraus ’15 in second and Michelle Pleban ’16 in third.

Not only did the Stags take the first three spots in the 200m freestyle; they also won the 50m freestyle with, Liz Avery, Suzy Lawlor and Keating respectively.

The 400m freestyle was nothing less with the top three spots won yet again by the Stags from Alyssa Acompora ’15 winning the event, followed by teammates Ansani following, and Emily Pedrick ’14 in third.

In the 100m backstroke, Stags took the top two spots with Jaimee Carrazza ’16 in first with Bridget McGowan ’14 in second.

Freshman Danielle Latino placed second in the 200m individual medley, as well as Kayla Kuzniewski ’16 being runner-up in the 100m fly, a personal best with Kuzniewski.

In diving events, Lauren Kemple ’15 had the Stags top finishes, with a win in the 1m board with a personal best, in addition to a personal best on the 3m board.

Freshman Demi Marathas also recorded her personal bests on both boards. The Stags compete against Fordham on Friday at the RecPlex at 5 p.m.

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