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The fourth-seeded Immaculata women's lacrosse team will host a Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Quarterfinal game for the second season in a row on Saturday afternoon when the fifth-seeded Gwynedd Mercy Griffins come to Draper Walsh Stadium for a 1 p.m. start.
Immaculata University's men's golf team looks to defend its Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) title as it plays in the 2014 CSAC Championship this weekend, April 25-26, at the Lebanon Country Club in Lebanon, Pa.
In his first season of collegiate men's tennis, freshman Mark Hueber earned Honorable Mention All-Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) for his play at the sixth singles position in 2014. The conference also recognized sophomore Nick Coia as a member of the All-Sportsmanship Team on Thursday morning.
In its final match before the conference championship, the Immaculata University golf team finished in a tie for fourth place at the Messiah Falcon Classic on Wednesday afternoon at Blue Ridge Country Club. The Mighty Macs shot a 327 on the par 72, 6,615-yard course.
The Mighty Mac baseball team capped off their series with Marywood (12-10, 4-6) on Wednesday with a win 4-1, taking one of three games from the Pacers.
Immaculata University played its final non-conference games of the regular season Tuesday afternoon splitting action with Ursinus College. The Mighty Macs took the opener, 3-2, before falling in the nightcap to the Bears, 15-3.
Today's home baseball game and softball doubleheader have been postponed due to impending storms this afternoon. Baseball was set to finish their series with Marywood with a single game while softball was hosting Ursinus in a non-conference doubleheader.
Immaculata University's golf team had a fifth-place finish at the Swarthmore Match on Monday afternoon with a round of 328. The Mighty Macs played the par 71, 6,695-yard course at Rolling Green Golf Club.
Immaculata University softball players Meagan Fitzgerald and Meghan Kugler both garnered Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Honor Roll recognition on Monday. Fitzgerald and Kugler helped the Mighty Macs to league wins against Notre Dame of Maryland in their only games last week.
Following the Easter break, Immaculata looked to build upon a six-game winning streak with a trip to Marywood (12-9, 4-5 CSAC) for a CSAC doubleheader, and the Mighty Macs (14-11, 5-6 CSAC) dropped a back-and-forth first game in extra innings 6-5, before having a late rally come up short in the nightcap, 7-3.
Immaculata sophomore Shannon Neill was named to the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Weekly Honor Roll for the first time in 2014, and fourth time in her career.
Immaculata senior infielder Eli Vottero was named to the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Weekly Honor Roll for the first time in his career on Monday for his part in helping Immaculata run their winning streak to six games with two non-league victories.
Sophomores Alex Felderstein (shot put) and Lucas Grudi (high jump) each grabbed their highest finishes in any event in the outdoor season in their respective events to lead all Immaculata men's track & field finishers at the Gwynedd Mercy Mid-Week Twilight Invitational where there was no team scoring.
Freshman Diana Cusick continued her strong outdoor season with her best time and finish in the 800-meter race in fourth place with a time of 2:31.83 to lead all finishers for the Immaculata women's track & field team at the Gwynedd Mercy Mid-Week Twilight Invitational where there was no team scoring.
The Immaculata women's lacrosse team (8-7, 5-3 CSAC) clinched a home game in the CSAC Quarterfinals for the second season in a row with an offensive outburst in a 22-12 victory over Notre Dame (2-11, 1-7 CSAC) on Wednesday afternoon in their regular season finale.
Immaculata University's softball team claimed two decisive five-inning victories against Notre Dame of Maryland University Wednesday afternoon, 17-2 and 24-2, to sweep the Gators in Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) action.
The Immaculata baseball team ran their win streak to six games, the program's longest since 2011, with a 6-4 non-conference victory over Lebanon Valley (17-12) on Wednesday afternoon. The Mighty Macs (14-9) have finished their non-conference slate for the season by winning their final seven contests.
The Immaculata men's tennis team concluded their 2014 season on Wednesday afternoon with a 7-2 defeat at the hands of Gwynedd Mercy (4-4, 4-3 CSAC). The Mighty Macs finished the season 2-8 overall, and 2-5 in CSAC play.
Immaculata University's men's lacrosse team was unable to come up with a victory in its final Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) contest Wednesday afternoon as the visiting Mighty Macs were defeated by Neumann University, 11-9.
Due to the weather forecasted for the region, three of Immaculata University's athletic teams have had events cancelled today. The men's golf tournament, men's tennis match and softball doubleheader slated for April 15 have all been cancelled.