St. Michael’s Baseball team won a doubleheader at Stonehill on April 3. During which, Colby Fane-Cushing ’25 and Jarret Muzzy ’25 won their first collegiate games in relief. St. Michael’s moves from being ranked seventh in the NE10 to fifth after these wins, which happened in the aftermath of losing a doubleheader at Stonehill on April 2. (Photo by Jim  Laskarzewski)

St. Michael’s Men’s Tennis team won 6-1 at Stonehill on April 2. This is the first win against Stonehill since 2001. Jason Boucher ’23 won both his singles and doubles matches bringing his total number of wins this year to 20 and he remains undefeated in singles with a record of 5-0. Sebastiano Tonini ’23 and Josh Weiss ’23 won their doubles match bringing their record to 4-0. This comes after a close loss of 4-3 against Southern New Hampshire on March 30 and 4-3 against Franklin Pierce on March 26. (Photo by Alexander Foy)

St. Michael’s Softball won the opener 7-6  and lost 3-4 the second game of the doubleheader at Castleton on April 5. St. Michael’s Softball won a doubleheader against Southern Connecticut State on April 2. During this doubleheader, Kaylee Morey ’25 got her first collegiate hit in the second game. (Photo by Jim  Laskarzewski)

On April 2, Men’s Lacrosse lost 15-4 to Le Moyne. During this game, the team committed only 12 turnovers to Le Moyne’s 13, Zachary Watson ’25 made his first collegiate goal and Spencer Scardino ’24 made 13 of St. Michael’s 18 saves. This game came after a close loss of 14-11 at Assumption on March 26 where Max Katavolos ’23 had his fourth five-goal game. (Photo by Jim  Laskarzewski)

On April 5, the Women’s Lacrosse team lost 12-7 at Franklin Pierce. During this game Allison Schofield ’25 made her first collegiate goal. St. Michaels also led in ground balls (17-15) and draw control (12-11). This comes after a defeat of 20-3 against nationally ranked Le Moyne on April 2. (Photo by Liam Gay-Killeen)

Alexander Foy | Sports Editor |

TeamOverall (W-L-T)Conference (W-L-T)
Men’s Baseball3-132-2
Men’s Lacrosse1-80-4
Men’s Tennis5-91-4
Women’s Lacrosse1-80-6
Women’s Softball6-112-2
Updated as of 4/5 /2022