It was a busy week for your Mavericks and Lady Mavericks. Check out the recaps below to see how all the Fall teams did last week!

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Weekly Recap:

Women’s Volleyball: The Lady Mavericks went (2-0) last week, defeating the Spartans of D’Youville and the Bengals of Buffalo State. Both matches were road games for Medaille, as they improved to (5-1) in true road matches this season. The Lady Mavericks controlled much of the play against D’Youville, defeating the Spartans (25-15, 25-18, 21-25, 25-9) in four sets. The victory helped Medaille stay undefeated in AMCC play so far this season. On Tuesday, the Lady Mavericks avenged an early season loss to Buffalo State, taking the match (3-1; 25-22, 25-22, 20-25, 28-26). In a very close match throughout, Medaille showed just how much they have come together as a team in just four short weeks. The Lady Mavs travel to Mount Aloysius this Saturday before returning home to host rival Penn State-Behrend on Tuesday, October 20.

Men’s Soccer: The Mavericks had a busy week at home, going (1-1) in their two games last week. On Sunday, a dominant first half propelled Medaille to a (4-2) victory over the Barons of Franciscan. Goals by Michael Jackson, Cory Carter, Nick DuMond, and Junior Geegba propelled the Mavs to their third conference victory of the season. On Tuesday, Medaille hosted the AMCC Men’s Soccer Game of the Week when they Lions of Penn State-Behrend came into town. In another hard fought battle between the two AMCC powerhouses, it was the Lions who would come out on top (2-1). It will be an important week coming up for Medaille, when they travel to Mount Aloysius on Saturday, and host the Hawks of Hilbert on Wednesday, October 21.

Women’s Soccer: The Lady Mavericks had perhaps their best week of the season last week, defeating the Barons of Franciscan (1-0), while pushing the four-time defending AMCC Champions Penn State-Behrend to the brink in double-overtime. Sunday’s victory against Franciscan was the Lady Mavericks first of the season, as sophomore Kayln Compeau scored the game’s only goal off a beautiful play from Candis Kapuscinski. Senior Alea Wade recorded the first shutout of her career as well, as the Lady Mavs improved their record to (1-8-1). Wade continued her stellar play on Tuesday against the Lions, who were frustrated in the first half en route to a (3-0) lead by Medaille at halftime. Goals by Jaime Michalewski (1) and Candis Kapuscinski (2) powered the Lady Mavs through the first (45) minutes. Wade’s (14) saves kept Medaille in the second half, as the Lady Mavs forced double-overtime before falling (4-3). The ladies will travel to Mount Aloysius on Saturday, before hosting Hilbert on Wednesday, October 21.

Men’s Cross Country: The Mavericks competed in the Meghan Memorial Race last Saturday, hosted by Hilbert College. The men finished 3rd in a field of three, with freshman Ryan Redlein running perhaps the best race of his career. He finished first among all Medaille runners with a time of (20:21), earning himself 10th place overall.

Women’s Cross Country: The Lady Mavericks also competed in the Meghan Memorial Race at Hilbert, coming in 2nd place out of three teams. Senior Christina Volpini paced Medaille with a time of (23:05), while sophomore Jessica Maguder crossed the finish line just (:01) second behind with a time of (23:06).

Men’s Golf: The Mavericks finished their 2015 campaign last week, competing in the Elmira Fall Invitation last Tuesday before playing in the AMCC Championship Tournament on Sunday and Monday. After the first day of the Championships Medaille was sitting in 5th place; however, behind the strong play of freshmen Chuck Panepinto and Zach Lewandowski the Mavs were able to climb up and finish the tournament in fourth place.

Women’s Tennis: The Lady Mavericks finished their fall 2015 season with the programs first ever AMCC Tournament appearance. Medaille won a program best (6) matches overall, and (4) conference matches to get them into their first ever post-season play. They faced a tough test in defending AMCC Champion Franciscan University, but not before reaching the highest point in program history. The (5-0) defeat ended the greatest season in Women’s Tennis history.

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