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  • UD's Sals Grad Colby Reeder named CAA Player of the Week

    Posted 2018-10-15 18:09:56 by: Nicholas Halliday

    UD's Sals Grad Colby Reeder named CAA Player of the ...

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  • Alanna Speaks Named CACC Women’s Soccer Player of the Week

    Posted 2018-10-03 19:10:21 by: Exec Exec

      (Speaks GBC) Goldey-Beacom produced yet another strong week on the athletics scene with four of its student-athletes picked for weekly honors by the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. Sophomore  (St Elizabeth's) was named the Women's Soccer Player of the Week with Volleyball sophomore Lindsay Przywara (Williamstown, NJ), Women's Tennis sophomore Catarina Zheng (Oporto, Portugal) and Men's Cross Country senior Jono Hooper (Brisbane, Australia) named to their sports respective Weekly Honor Roll. Speaks ended with two goals and two assists over three games to help Goldey-Beacom close 2-1.  She started with a goal and an assist Monday in her squad's huge 3-2 win over Jefferson and ended with an assist on the first goal in the team's 2-1 victory Saturday over Caldwell.  Speaks also had a goal Wednesday at sixth-ranked Mercy. The 2017 CACC Rookie of the Year and first team all-league pick stands 15th in the country with three game-winning goals, 16th with 20 points and 18th with eight goals to help the Lightning sit second in the nation with 34 goals and fourth with 91 points.  This all has Goldey-Beacom (9-2, 6-0 CACC) sitting with its best overall and conference start in team history. Przywara ended with 47 kills and 41 digs over three matches.  She had 20 kills and 14 digs Tuesday at Wilmington (DE) and finished her week with 24 and 22 Saturday at Bloomfield. Having yet another sensational year, the 2016 CACC Rookie of the Year is second in the league with 264 kills, 4.0 kills per set and 290 points.  Przywara also is ninth in team history with 595 career kills. Zheng recorded two victories on the week in Goldey-Beacom's 4-3 triumph over Wilmington (DE).  She got a 6-3, 6-3 triumph over Anushka Sathe at second singles after she and sophomore Lotte Lesscher y Post (Arnhem, Netherlands) teamed for a 6-1 win at first doubles over Laura Gil and Andrea Ribalta. The 2017 first team ...

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  • Goldey-Beacom Athletics (Sept. 24-Oct. 1)

    Posted 2018-10-01 20:56:19 by: Exec Exec

    Goldey-Beacom Athletics (Sept. 24-Oct. 1) 9/24/2018 | Men's Golf Goldey-Beacom Men's Golf team participated in the Jefferson Tri-Match at The ACE Club on Monday September 24. Goldey-Beacom took second place with 324 points behind Dominican College who had 307 points. Jefferson followed behind Goldey-Beacom with 342 points for third place. 9/24/2018 | Women's Soccer | Goldey-Beacom overcame a two-goal halftime deficit by scoring three times in the second half to remain unbeaten in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference with a 3-2 victory over Jefferson at Hockessin Soccer Club in Hockessin, DE. 9/25/2018 | Men's Soccer Goldey-Beacom once again made its presence known with six of its student-athletes getting on the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Weekly Honor Roll. 9/26/2018 | Men's Soccer | Goldey-Beacom received a tough battle from New York Tech before getting two goals in the final 10 minutes for a 2-0 triumph at Hockessin Soccer Club in Hockessin, DE. 9/26/2018 | Women's Tennis Goldey-Beacom continued to take steps towards winning a third straight Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference title with another league win over Wilmington University, 4-3, at Sanford School in Hockessin, DE. 9/27/2018 | Women's Soccer The outstanding 2018 campaign that is Goldey-Beacom's women's soccer season has placed the team and many of its players among the NCAA Division II leaders. 9/29/2018 | Women's Soccer | Senior (Wicklow, Ireland) has her name all over Goldey-Beacom's record book, but she might have scored her biggest goal to date as she tallied in the 73rd minute for her squad's 2-1 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference win over Caldwell at Nancy Churchman Sawin Field in Wilmington, DE. 9/29/2018 | Women's Cross Country It ...

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  • Sam Jester Caps Frantic Finish in Overtime, 2-1, Over Holy Family

    Posted 2018-09-26 18:15:23 by: Exec Exec

      (Jester, WilmU) NEWARK, Del. - - Each team nearly ended the contest with a goal at the end of regulation, but it was a  (Appoquinimink) Blast exactly seven minutes into the first overtime that gave the Wilmington University men's soccer team a hard earned 2-1 victory over Holy Family at the WU Athletics Complex on Tuesday afternoon. The win was the fifth in a row for the Wildcats (6-0-3) who remained undefeated on the year and the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (4-0-1). The loss was only the second in the last six game for the Tigers (4-5), who dropped their first CACC contest of the year (4-1). The Wildcats help possession for the majority of the first half, but couldn't find the back of the net despite holding an 8-5 advantage in shots and a 10-2 advantage in corners taken. It didn't take long for the Wildcats to capitalize in the second half however, as one of those corners finally paid off. was on the back post and slotted a deflected header from into the back of the net for the 1-0 lead in the 52nd minute. But the lead didn't last long, as the Tigers answered with their first chance of the second half. Elliot Johnson nearly broke up the play in the box, but the jammed ball bounced in favor of Will Stackhouse and he was able to beat low to tie the match, 1-1, in the 60th minute for the Tigers. The Wildcats had a goal wiped off the scoreboard in the 74th minute as a late out of bounds call was made once the dust settled. The Tigers had an opportunity to grab a late lead as Holy Family's Sean McCormick found himself alone and in on Tasca. He worked around Tasca, but his shot was cleared off the line as came flying in to keep the game at 1-1 with one minute left in regulation. The Wildcats then used that and headed down the other way, as Fredik Bentdal ended up wide open in front of the goal off a feed from with four seconds left. But his shot sailed on him, hitting the top of the crossbar and headed out of bounds as the ...

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  • Goldey-Beacom Athletics (Sept. 17-23)

    Posted 2018-09-24 15:15:09 by: Exec Exec

    Goldey-Beacom Athletics (Sept. 17-23) 9/17/2018 | Women's Tennis Goldey-Beacom once again got great all-around play as it concluded action Monday at the ITA East Regional, contested at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, NY. 9/17/2018 | Women's Soccer Goldey-Beacom saw three of its student-athletes honored by the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference with (Valencia, Spain) named Women's Soccer Goalkeeper of the Week a second straight week, (Hockessin, DE) picked to the sport's Weekly Honor Roll and sophomore Lindsay Przywara (Williamstown, NJ) tabbed to Volleyball's Weekly Honor Roll. 9/18/2018 | Women's Tennis Goldey-Beacom sophomore (Oporto, Portugal) has been named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Women's Tennis Player of the Week and (Maracay, Venezuela) has repeated as the league's Rookie of the Week. 9/20/2018 | Men's Soccer | A rematch of last season's Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference final was a thriller as Goldey-Beacom scored three second-half goals to rally for a 3-3 tie against Jefferson at Nancy Churchman Sawin Field in Wilmington, DE. 9/21/2018 | Men's Cross Country Senior (Brisbane, Australia) won the individual title on the men's side and junior Alivia Gillard (Manchester, England) closed fifth in the women's race, ending a solid morning for Goldey-Beacom at its GBC Fall Classic in Wilmington, DE. 9/21/2018 | Women's Cross Country Senior Jono Hooper (Brisbane, Australia) won the individual title on the men's side and junior (Manchester, England) closed fifth in the women's race, ending a solid morning for Goldey-Beacom at its GBC Fall Classic in Wilmington, DE. 9/21/2018 | Women's Tennis Goldey-Beacom took the first step in hopes of winning a third straight Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference title, ...

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  • Volleyball sweeps home opener against Valley Forge, Washington Adventist

    Posted 2018-09-17 14:54:01 by: Exec Exec

                           (Hackendorn Left, Burchfield Center, Burg Right, Wesley)                            (Christoper Left, Wright Right, Wesley) DOVER, Del. – The Wesley College volleyball team picked up a pair of wins on Sunday in their 2018 home opener, sweeping the Valley Forge Patriots and the Washington Adventist Shock in three sets. Wesley dominated Valley Forge in the opening match of the tri-match, sweeping the match 25-9. 25-11, 25-13. picked up a double-double against Valley Forge with a career-high 20 kills, along with 13 digs. Healey also added three block assists, two assists and a service ace.  (St Elizabeths) tallied seven digs with six kills.  (AI DuPont) recorded five kills, three service aces and two blocks.  (St Georges) also dropped in four service aces.  (Conrad) recorded a game-high 23 assists and added seven digs. handed out 13 assists with two blocks. dug out 24 attacks on the back line. Healey collected another double-double in the finale of the tri-match as Wesley downed a late rallying Washington Adventist, 25-4, 25-15, 25-20. Healey registered 12 digs and a team-high 10 kills. Getty notched nine kills on 18 attacks while  (Dover) and  (Newark) each recorded seven kills. Christopher added six digs and four service aces. Burg and Vogelsang combined for 32 assists. Mills paced the defense with 22 digs. Wesley will continue their week-long homestand on Wednesday when they host the Lancaster Bible Chargers. Game time from Wentworth Gymnasium is set for 7 ...

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  • Seventh-ranked Wesley cruises to first NJAC win of season over TCNJ, 62-0

    Posted 2018-09-17 14:00:37 by: Exec Exec

            (Kemp Left, Drummond Right, Wesley) DOVER, Del. – The seventh-ranked Wesley College football team cruised to a 62-0 win over The College of New Jersey Lions on Friday in Wesley's New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) opener. Wesley outgained TCNJ 638-208 in total offense. Wesley tallied 27 first downs and converted 8-of-11 on third down. Wesley averaged 9.4 yards per play. went 17-of-22 passing for 259 yards, three touchdowns and an interception.  (Caesar Rodney) caught two touchdown passes on eight receptions and 108 receiving yards. reeled in a pair of passes for 67 yards and a touchdown. Simpson also notched 61 yards in punt returns. Keshuan Henry caught three passes for 38 yards. recorded two catches for 16 yards and a touchdown. 13 different Wolverines carried the ball in the win for 354 combined rushing yards. had 13 totes for 100 yards and three touchdowns.  (Sussex Tech) had two carries for 116 yards with an 86-yard touchdown run. registered eight carries for 50 yards. notched six attempts for 23 yards and a touchdown. On defense, 31 Wolverines collected a tackle on the stat sheet. had a team-high five tackles with a forced fumble. and each tallied four tackles. Harris-Winbush, Tanner, and each sacked the quarterback once. had a first-quarter interception while sealed the game late in the fourth quarter with an interception in the end zone to help preserve the shutout. After Wesley ended TCNJ's opening drive of the game with an interception at TCNJ's 41-yard line by , the Wolverines only needed one play to score the opening points of the game when beat the cornerback on a fly route and found him in the end zone for a 41-yard touchdown connection to give Wesley a 6-0 lead three minutes into the game. capped off a nine-play, 79-yard drive with a four-yard touchdown scamper to give Wesley the 13-0 lead. returned a punt 54 yards to the TCNJ 18-yard line. Two plays later, Burroughs hit ...

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  • Goldey-Beacom Athletics (Sept. 10-16)

    Posted 2018-09-17 13:33:34 by: Exec Exec

    Goldey-Beacom Athletics (Sept. 10-16) 9/10/2018 | Women's Soccer Goldey-Beacom's strong week on the athletics circuit saw six of its student-athletes picked for weekly awards from the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. 9/12/2018 | Men's Basketball The latest professional signing for a Goldey-Beacom men's basketball alum sees Sameen Swint (Sicklerville, NJ) inking a contract with Club Once Lobos in El Salvador. 9/12/2018 | Women's Soccer | Goldey-Beacom got a pair of goals from freshman (Hockessin, DE) and is off to its best start in team history with a 3-1 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference win at Holy Family in Philadelphia, PA. 9/15/2018 | Women's Soccer | Goldey-Beacom left no doubt early in the first half and tied the school record with its sixth straight win, a 4-1 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference triumph over Dominican (NY) in Orangeburg, NY. 9/15/2018 | Women's Tennis Goldey-Beacom will be sticking around for more weekend play as it produced dominating results at the ITA East Regional, which is being contested at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, NY. 9/16/2018 | Women's Tennis Goldey-Beacom enjoyed more success Sunday as it continued to be a force at the ITA East Regional, which is being contested at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, ...

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  • Blue Hens Defeated by Stony Brook, 3-0

    Posted 2018-09-17 13:18:45 by: Exec Exec

         (Judge Left, Davis Right, UD) Blue Hens Defeated by Stony Brook, 3-0 Bailey Pearlman led the way with eight kills STONY BROOK, N.Y. – The Delaware volleyball team was defeated by Stony Brook, 3-0 (25-21, 25-20, 25-20), in the final match of the Stony Brook Invitational on Saturday night inside Pritchard Gymnasium. With the loss, the Blue Hens fall to 6-6 while the Seawolves improved to 5-8 overall. “We had a tough day,” head coach Sara Matthews said. “We had some unfortunate circumstances with an injury that we had to alter our lineup but at the end of the day we just need to compete better and longer. We have to stay in sets until the end and be more consistent. We need to bounce back and have a good week leading into conference play.” Junior Bailey Pearlman led the way with eight kills with 18 swings. Junior Cailey Bracken followed closely with seven terminations, while junior Maria Bellinger had five. Senior Brooke Robertson and sophomore Julia Hayes each had three, while senior Abby Skryd and graduate student Sonja Vukosavljevic had two. Skryd directed the offense with 24 of Delaware’s 29 assists tonight. Skyrd also added four digs. Junior libero Andie Hanus paced the Blue hens with 15 digs. Bracken was one short of the double-digit mark with nine, and sophomore Maddie Judge (Padua) matched that total. Skryd’s four was equaled by freshman Samantha Davis (Ursuline), while Bellinger and Bracken had three scoops each. UD recorded six team blocks, with five - including two solo stuffs – coming from Hayes. Pearlman added four assisted blocks to her eight hammers, while Vukosavljevic had the other block assist. UP NEXT Delaware begins Colonial Athletic Association play next week on the road. UD will begin play at Towson on Friday at 7 p.m. before wrapping up the weekend at James Madison on Sunday at 1 ...

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  • Volleyball Bounces Back with 3-0 Win Over Post Saturday Afternoon

    Posted 2018-09-17 12:38:58 by: Exec Exec

    (Ford, WilmU)   NEWARK, Del. – The Wilmington University women's volleyball team bounced back from a loss at Georgian Court the night before to take a 3-0 match from Post University at the WU Athletics Complex Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats (8-8, 2-2 CACC) started the match off strong as they took a 4-0 lead in the first set and never looked back for the rest of the match. WilmU recorded 10 kills on 34 attacks for a .200 hitting percentage to begin the match. Trying to increase their lead even more, served up an ace to make the score 19-13, before teammate 's (Caravel) ace on set point.   They continued that energy into the second set, where they went on a seven point run to make the score 10-3.  WilmU out-hit the Eagles 13-12 to take the second set, 25-17. The Eagles did not go down without a fight in the third set though, as they saved five match points before and got the block to finish out the set and the match, 25-23. led all hitters with 15 kills and only had three errors, while put up a double-double with 15 assists and 11 digs for the Wildcats. had six block assists at the net, as added two block solos. led the Wildcats with a .421 attack percentage, collecting nine kills with only one error on 19 swings. also dished out 16 assists and added 16 digs in the back row. The Wildcats out-blocked the Eagles 13-3, while having a .257 hitting percentage to Post's .146. Up next, WilmU will take on the University of the Sciences on Wednesday for 7:00 p.m. matchup at the WU Athletics ...

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