Fall Sport Round-up: An update on St. Michael’s College sports

Alex Weiss/aweiss@mail.smcvt.edu/Sports Editor

The cross country runners found individual success in the North- east-10 (NE10) Conference

Championships. Tess Drury ‘27 fin- ished 3rd out of 94 runners and senior, Noah Taracena finished 8th out of
121 runners for the men in the NE10 Championship.

For golf, Declan Buckley ‘24 and Peter Pagiluca ‘25 ranked 39th and 34th, re- spectively, in the 10 team NE10 Cham- pionship.

With a few weeks left in the regular season, the volleyball team currently sits at an over 5-7 record with their next game at Adelphi University.

The men’s soccer team has two games left in the regular season, both home games. They are overall, 4-5-4 and 2-3-3

against NE10 teams. They look to play New Haven College this Saturday at 2 p.m. on Duffy Field.

The women’s soccer team also has two games left in the regular season. They are overall 7-5-3 and 3-5-1 against NE10 teams. They take on American International College this Saturday at 5 p.m. on Duffy Field.

Field hockey looks to close out their regular season with two more games, both at home. As of Wednesday, they stand at 3-13 overall, and 2-2 in the NE10. Adelphi University on October 28th at 11 a.m. on Duffy Field. This is the field hockey senior day.

In tennis, the men are 3-3 overall, and 2-2 against conference teams. The women are 1-9 overall and 0-8 in the conference. Both teams have finished their seasons, however the men will continue their season in the spring on March 23rd against Adelphi University, in New York.

As the semester continues, winter sports are starting up.

Swim and dive have had three meets so far. The men are 2-1 and the wom- en are 1-2. Their next meet is against Keene State, and is home at the Ross Sports Center.

Ice hockey has also started. The men have only competed in exhibition games where they tied Wentworth Institute of Technology (2-2 OT) and lost to SUNY Plattsburgh 12-1. Their first official game is against Manhattan- ville College in New York. The women are currently 0-4 in total and 0-2 in the conference. Their next game is against Post University in Connecticut.

Men’s basketball tips their season off against University of Vermont (UVM) in an exhibition game on Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. at UVM. The women begin their season the same way as the men, their game is on November 2nd at 6 p.m., also at UVM.

Skiing will not begin their season until January.