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Immaculata senior midfielder Ashley O'Donnell was named the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Field Hockey Player Of The Week for the second time in her career on Tuesday afternoon for her part in helping the Mighty Macs win their season opener on Friday.
Junior Angel Chimal Rodriguez from the Immaculata men's cross country team was honored as the Colonial States Athletic Conference's (CSAC) Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week on Tuesday, September 2. While this is the first week of weekly honors by the conference, it is Rodriguez's fourth career CSAC Runner of the Week nod.
Immaculata sophomore Lauren Degnan was recognized by the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) as part of the women's tennis Weekly Honor Roll for her performance in Immaculata's 8-1 victory over Rosemont to start the 2014 season. The honor was the first in Degnan's career.
Immaculata junior outside hitter Jamie Rombach was selected to the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Honor Roll on Tuesday, September 2. It is the first week that the conference has honored players in the league for their weekly accomplishments.
Immaculata volleyball ushered in the 2014 season on Saturday afternoon winning all three matches that it played. The Mighty Macs played three non-conference matches on opening day defeating Cairn, 3-1, Penn State Abington, 3-0, and Notre Dame, 3-0.
Immaculata's women's cross country squad started the 2014 season by capturing the team title at the Delaware Valley College Invitational on Saturday morning scoring 56 points. The Mighty Macs placed three runners in the top 10 to lead them to the impressive finish.
Immaculata's men's cross country team placed two runners in the top four, including the individual champion at the Delaware Valley College Invitational on Saturday morning. Junior Angel Chimal Rodriguez won the event and sophomore newcomer Bobby Rimkis finished in fourth place leading the way for the Mighty Macs.
Immaculata University head volleyball coach Jill Holdren is hoping to lead the Mighty Macs into the six-team 2014 Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Tournament during her first season at the helm. With a mix of returners and a group of talented newcomers, Holdren believes that the Immaculata squad has what it takes to qualify for the playoffs.
Immaculata University's men's soccer team started the 2014 season falling on the road at Alvernia under the lights Friday night, 2-0, in non-conference play.
The Mighty Mac women's soccer team opened up their 2014 season at home at Draper Walsh Stadium on Friday night against Penn-State Abington (1-0) and the Nittany Lions took an early lead and never looked back as Immaculata fell 4-0.
Starting their 2014 campaign with a Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) match up, the Immaculata women's tennis team had a strong showing with an 8-1 victory over Rosemont (0-1, 0-1 CSAC). The Mighty Macs (1-0, 1-0 CSAC) swept their doubles' matches before claiming five of the six singles contests.
The Immaculata field hockey team got their 2014 season started in fine fashion on Friday afternoon at Draper Walsh Stadium with a 1-0 victory over the visiting Widener University Pride (0-1). Senior Ashley O'Donnell scored the game-winner with just over 18 minutes to go in the game to give the Mighty Macs (1-0) the season-opening victory.
The 2014 Immaculata University men's soccer squad, under new leadership from first-year head coach Joe Clementi, is hungry for success with a large group of returners who persevered through much adversity on the field last season.
The 2014 season will get underway for the Immaculata women's soccer team tonight under the lights at Draper Walsh Stadium at 7 p.m. against Penn State-Abington, and the Mighty Macs will look to continue their growth under third year head coach Lisa Parsons.
The Immaculata women's tennis team surges into 2014 after reaching the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) playoffs for the first time in eight years a season ago as they look to make it back-to-back appearances in the postseason under third year head coach Scott McTigue.
The Immaculata University field hockey team opens their 2014 campaign tomorrow afternoon seeking their second consecutive Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) postseason appearance and a continued growth of the program under fourth year head coach Amber Corcoran.
The Immaculata women's tennis team was selected to finish in fourth place in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Preseason Poll, as voted upon by the 11 member institution head coaches.
Immaculata University's volleyball squad was tabbed to finish seventh in the 2014 Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Preseason Coaches' Poll released Monday. The Mighty Macs received a total of 73 points.
The Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) released their preseason women's soccer coaches' poll and the Mighty Macs were picked to finish sixth for the coming season as voted upon by the 12 member institution head coaches.
The 2014 Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) men's soccer preseason coaches' poll was released by the league office and Immaculata University men's soccer team was slated in 10th place after garnering a total of 21 points.