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Alison Zimny poured in 21 points and Sara Smith added 20 but it was not enough as Immaculata University women's basketball dropped its final game before the holiday break at Ursinus College Wednesday evening, 90-75.
In the program's first-ever matchup against a Division I program, the Immaculata men's basketball team battled tough throughout against Lafayette and trailed by just eight at 40-32 at halftime, but the Leopards (4-5) used a 20-1 run to open the second half to take a commanding lead on their way to a 79-54 victory. Twelve different Mighty Macs (3-4, 1-2 CSAC) scored with junior Mamadou Diakite leading the way with nine points and six rebounds.
Immaculata University's women's basketball contest versus Haverford that was originally scheduled for this past Saturday has been rescheduled. The Mighty Macs will now host the Fords on Sunday, January 26 at 3 p.m. at Alumnae Hall.
The Immaculata University women's basketball game scheduled for Saturday, December 14 against Haverford College has been postponed with the forecasted winter storm expected to impact the region later today. No make-up date for the contest has been determined.
Immaculata University junior field hockey player Ashley O'Donnell was named to the Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Team as voted upon by the sports information offices of the 28 schools in the area. O'Donnell was one of 13 members voted onto the team.
The Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) honored Immaculata University guard Sara Smith for the second-straight week on Monday, Dec. 9, selecting the junior to the CSAC Women's Basketball Weekly Honor Roll.
Women's track & field started their indoor schedule at the Bow-Tie Classic at Ursinus College on Saturday afternoon, competing as individuals. Junior Alexandra Okoro was the top finisher for the Mighty Macs in 14th in the shot put with a throw of 31-feet and 11.25 inches.
The Immaculata men's track & field team kicked off their indoor track season at the Bow-Tie Classic at Ursinus College with a 19th place finish. Sophomore Lucas Grudi earned the lone point for the Mighty Macs with an eighth place finish in the triple jump with a distance of 39-feet, 6.5-inches.
Looking to win their second consecutive Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) game, Immaculata travelled to Neumann, but the Knights (4-3, 2-2 CSAC) pulled away late in claiming a 62-50 victory. The Mighty Macs (3-3, 1-2 CSAC) had the lead midway through the second half, but Neumann took control and scored the final eight points of the game to win their second CSAC game.
Immaculata University women's basketball extended its winning streak to four games and stayed perfect in Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) play with its 70-61 victory on the road Saturday at Neumann University.
The Immaculata men's basketball team bounced back from a tough loss on Monday night to claim their first CSAC victory of the season by a 78-66 score over Cairn (0-6, 0-3 CSAC) on Wednesday night at Alumnae Hall. The Mighty Macs (3-2, 1-1 CSAC) started the game on 22-4 run and never looked back to even their CSAC record for the season.
Four Mighty Macs placed in double figures as Immaculata University's women's basketball team stayed undefeated both at home and in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) with its 76-66 victory against Rosemont College Wednesday night.
Junior guard Sara Smith led three scorers in double figures with a game-high 23 points as visiting Immaculata University defeated host Cedar Crest College, 94-41, in Colonial States Athletic Conference women's basketball action Monday night.
The Immaculata men's basketball team travelled to Centenary (2-5, 1-0 CSAC) looking to win their CSAC opener over the Cyclones, but the Mighty Macs (2-2, 0-1 CSAC) fell 68-55 in overtime to snap a two-game winning streak. Centenary outscored Immaculata 20-7 in the extra period to take control of the game and seal the conference victory.
The Immaculata University women's tennis team earned the 3-D award given by the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC), as announced by the commissioner's office this afternoon. The 3-D Award honors the teams from each sport that best exemplified the NCAA Division-III principles of "Discover, Develop, Dedicate".
Immaculata University junior guard Sara Smith was selected by the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) as its women's basketball player of the week on Monday, December 2.
Sara Smith scored a game-high 28 points as Immaculata defeated Penn State Harrisburg, 72-65, in non-conference action Tuesday night at Alumnae Hall.
Immaculata University's women's basketball team took its first loss of the 2013-14 season Saturday as the Mighty Macs fell 89-64 on the road to the DeSales University Bulldogs in non-conference action.
Anchored by big performances from juniors Jose Ortiz (game-high 22 points) and Mamadou Diakite (16 points, school-record tying 16 rebounds), the Immaculata men's basketball team (2-1) won their home opener, 78-70, over Penn State Berks (0-2). Sophomore Tyreek Peeples chipped in 14 points and six assists as the other double digit scorer as the Mighty Macs won their second straight game.
The Immaculata women's soccer team received a Team Academic Award this morning from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) for having a team GPA of 3.25 or higher throughout the entire 2012-13 academic year. As a team, women's soccer excelled in the classroom last year with a 3.37 team grade point average.