Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Sweetin, Ream grabs A-10, national honors

By Herb Scribner

October 13, 2009

The Saint Louis men’s soccer team earned top honors from the Atlantic 10 this week when defender Tim Ream earned A-10 Co-Player of the Week, and forward Alex Sweetin received the Co-Rookie of the Week award. But that isn’t...

Dayton one of three unbeatens in the nation

By Geena Lombardi

October 13, 2009

Dayton’s women soccer team remains one of three unbeaten Division I teams after this weekend of play. Stanford and South Carolina are the other remaining two. Dayton (9-0-5, 5-0-1 Atlantic 10) tried to take the lead in conference...

Atlantic 10 improving against non-conference foes

By Dan Gigliotti

October 13, 2009

Last week, the Atlantic 10 field hockey conference faced considerable adversity, losing nine of 12 non-conference games. This week, the field of seven did well to alleviate those woes by splitting six games with their unfamiliar...

A-10 field hockey struggles in non conference play

By Dan Gigliotti

October 6, 2009

The Atlantic 10 field hockey conference suffered a defeating week against non-conference foes. Aside from Saint Joseph’s – who were off the schedule – every team in the A-10 lost at least one game this week, collectively...

Pride upsets James Madison, UNH Downs Towson

By Juan Pacheco

October 5, 2009

In a closely contested game, Hofstra was able to overcome the odds and upset No. 7 James Madison, 24-17. The win marks the first time the Pride beat a top 10 opponent since 2007. The Pride defense neutralized the JMU (2-2)...

Charlotte dominates A-10 opponents

By Geena Lombardi

October 5, 2009

Charlotte’s Atlantic 10 women’s soccer team  recorded its 20th straight win this past weekend with victories over the University of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. These two wins also marked the 49ers’ third consecutive...

A-10 begins conference play

By Herb Scribner

October 5, 2009

With the Atlantic-10 set to begin its conference play this coming weekend, teams have begun to prepare for their upcoming matches. Easily the biggest game of the weekend will be Charlotte taking on George Washington. The 49ers,...

Richmond moves closer to .500

By Dan Gigliotti

September 29, 2009

The Richmond field hockey team is making strides in the right direction as they inch closer to .500 to start the season in non-conference play. The team started the season alternating two-game winning and losing streaks playing...

Temple’s Witmer, Noone grab weekly honors

By Herb Scribner

September 29, 2009

On Sept. 21, sophomore Tyler Witmer of the Temple men’s soccer team was named Atlantic 10 Player of the Week. The Owls star J.T. Noone was later given the Philadelphia Soccer Six Co-Player of the Week award, giving Temple two...

Richmond, William & Mary easing past CAA foes

By Juan Pacheco

September 28, 2009

Both Richmond and William & Mary continue to show why they are two of the top teams in the Colonial Athletic Association, as their quarterbacks, Eric Ward and R.J. Archer earned conference co-offensive player of the week honors. Ward...

Wake Forest football downs Elon

By Neil Carroll

September 22, 2009

The Elon football team could not withstand a solid performance from quarterback Riley Skinner and the Wake Forest offense, losing 35-7 at Wake Forest last Saturday night. The game paired then 11th-ranked Elon against a Bowl...

Saint Joseph’s field hockey wins first game in double overtime

By Daniel Herberholz

September 22, 2009

 The first goal of Kellie Walter’s season led to the first win of the season for Saint Joseph’s. The junior scored with one minute, 41 seconds left in the second overtime of the night to help the Hawks capture their first...