A plethora of Endicott teams participated in gameplay on Wednesday. Some won, some lost, but overall, it was a successful day for Endicott sports.
The women’s tennis team shut out Wentworth courtesy of singles and doubles domination. The No. 1 spot was won with ease by Gretta Hartman and Cameron Foley. The pair took care of Wentworth’s Ali Sollecito and Morgan Collins by a score of 8-2.
In single’s play, the Gulls won all five matchups. Hartman delivered again in single’s play with a 6-2, 6-4 performance. The team is 3-0 on the season.
Since their opening-game loss, the Gulls have rattled off four straight victories over Salve Regina, Nichols, Roger Williams, and now Curry on Wednesday. The Blue and Green were up by just one goal after the second quarter, but an eight goal third quarter was enough for the victory.
Nick Pagluiso not only netted two goals, but dished out four assists. Versatility was on display as well as the Gulls had five different players scoring multiple goals.
The women’s lacrosse team hosted Western New England on the same day and looked more than comfortable on their home field in a 17-4 win. A quick start was enough for the Blue and Green as they scored nine of 10 total goals in the first half.
Three different players recorded hattricks, including veteran Maya Feigenbaum. The senior now has 43 career goals to her name and her team is 3-1 on the season.
The softball team took part in a double-header on Wednesday against Suffolk, and won one out of two games. In their victory, the Gulls won by a score of 8-6-- capping off a five-game win streak for the team.
The group faced adversity from the start, trailing 2-0 and 6-4. However, a sixth inning barrage of four runs was enough to give them the win. Lauren Misiaszek led the way with three hits and three RBI.
Endicott backed their first-seeded title on Wednesday with a 3-0 win over No. 4 Nichols in the NECC Semifinals (25-16, 25-18, 25-18).
Senior Erich Roman has played many big games in the MacDonald Gymnasium and delivered once more. He racked up 13 kills and seven digs to lead his team.
The group outperformed Nichols in many of the major categories including digs, aces, and especially hitting percentage (Endicott: .514, Nichols: .133).