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Immaculata University's volleyball squad extended its season-opening win streak to eight matches on Thursday night after defeating Delaware Valley, 3-1, in non-conference action. After dropping the opening set (23-25), the Mighty Macs were able to win the next three sets, 25-22, 25-22 and 25-21.
Immaculata University fell on the road at Ursinus College, 2-0, in non-conference men's soccer action Wednesday night.
The Immaculata women's tennis team (4-1) won their second straight match with an 8-1 victory over Penn State-Berks (0-1). The Mighty Macs swept all six singles matches en route to the non-league win.
The Immaculata field hockey team (2-5) fell behind 3-0 early in a road non-conference contest at Arcadia (5-2), but they battled back with second half goals from junior Patsy Murphy and senior Ashley O'Donnell, however they were unable to complete the comeback and fell 3-2.
Immaculata University's golf team opened the fall portion of its schedule on Tuesday at the Messiah Falcon Classic with a round of 341.
The Immaculata women's soccer team hosted Swarthmore (4-1) in their final non-conference contest of the season prior to starting Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) play, and the Mighty Macs (0-6) were unable to keep pace with the Garnet as Swarthmore won 7-0.
Immaculata University freshman outside hitter Arden Vizzard was chosen by the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) as its Volleyball Player of the Week on Monday, Sept. 15. This marks the first player of the week nod for Vizzard and the Mighty Macs this season.
Immaculata senior Ashley O'Donnell was named to the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Field Hockey Weekly Honor Roll for her role in Immaculata's 6-3 victory over Swarthmore on Saturday. It was the second time this season that O'Donnell has been recognized by the CSAC.
For the third week in-a-row, Immaculata University junior Angel Chimal Rodriguez was honored as the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Runner of the Week. It marks the sixth time in his career that he was earned the top weekly award by the conference.
Immaculata University sophomore Diana Cusick was named to the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Women's Cross Country Weekly Honor Roll on Monday, Sept. 15. It's the first time this season an Immaculata women's cross country runner has been honored by the league.
Looking to snap their four-game losing skid to start the season, the Immaculata women's soccer team (0-5) travelled to Wesley (4-1) on Saturday night, but after falling behind early, they were unable to make up ground in a 3-0 defeat.
Five minutes into the second overtime frame, DeSales University was able to break through for the only score of the contest and defeat Immaculata University men's soccer, 1-0, in non-conference play.
Immaculata University's women's cross country team had a seventh-place finish on Saturday morning at the Delaware Invitational.
Angel Chimal Rodriguez finished second among 91 runners to lead the Immaculata University men's cross country team to an eighth-place finish at the Delaware Invitational Saturday morning.
Led by double-digit kills from Jamie Rombach and Stephanie Johler, Immaculata University's volleyball team was able to defeat visiting Arcadia University, 3-1, in non-conference action Saturday afternoon. The Mighty Macs won the match with scores of 25-22, 25-23, 22-25 and 25-19.
Immaculata senior Ashley O'Donnell had a career day and helped the Mighty Macs (2-4) snap a four-game losing skid with a 6-3 victory over visiting Swarthmore (0-6) on a rainy afternoon at Draper Walsh Stadium.
Today's scheduled Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) women's tennis match at Cedar Crest has been postponed due to the weather. No make up date has been set.
The Immaculata women's tennis team stayed unbeaten in Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) play with a 9-0 victory over visiting Baptist Bible (3-2, 1-1 CSAC). The Mighty Macs (3-1, 2-0 CSAC) didn't drop a set en route to the victory.
Immaculata travelled to Goucher on Thursday night looking to snap their three-game slide, but despite outshooting Goucher (4-1), the Mighty Macs (1-4) fell by a count of 3-0.
Arden Vizzard had a team-leading 14 kills and Stephanie Johler added 13 as Immaculata University's volleyball team defeated Albright, 3-1, in non-conference road action Thursday night. After winning the first two sets (25-14 and 25-15), the Mighty Macs dropped the third set to the Lions, 25-21, but were able to come back and win the fourth set, 25-17.