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Endicott Field Hockey celebrates a goal vs Gordon 

Football

The Endicott football team ran away with a 52-22 victory over Curry College as the Gulls improve to 3-2 on the season. The game was tight in the third quarter until Shea McManaway got the run started with a 17 yard touchdown to extend the lead. Endicott’s defense responded the very next possession when Connor Schinderman scooped up the ball off of a William Rivera strip sack and returned it 65 yards for the score. The Gulls would carry their momentum all the way to a 28-0 run to close out the game. Joe Kalosky broke his career high in touchdown passes in a single game with 5 and McManaway hauled in 3 touchdowns of his own. The next game will be against Nichols at 12:00 P.M. on Saturday, October 6th as Endicott will try to tally back to back wins in the conference.

Field Hockey

The Endicott field hockey team came out victorious last Tuesday as the team shutout Nichols by a score of 4-0, improving to 8-5 on the season. Addi Williams led the charge with two goals nearly five minutes apart to secure the road win. Kristen McCarthy collected two assists in the contest and Taylor Farrin was sharp in net earning her fifth shutout of the year with four timely saves. The continued their success on the road with a big 4-2 win over UNE. The Gulls will travel to local rival Gordon on Saturday the 6th for their next game. 

Women’s Tennis

The women’s tennis team took care of business against Curry with a 9-0 sweep to improve to a remarkable 10-0 record for the first time since 2011. The Colonels had no answer for the Gulls as three different Endicott pairings earned victories on the day. Of the six singles victories, two were straight-set wins from Gretta Hartman and Clare O’Keefe. The team will host Nichols on Saturday, October 6th.

Women’s Soccer

The Endicott women’s soccer team squeezed out a 2-1 win over Castleton in a double overtime thriller, upping their record to 4-2-4. Mary Verneris found the back of the net for the Gulls at the 32:04 mark of the first but Castleton evened things up after Makenzi Bellando struck at the 83:48 mark. The game was sent to double overtime where Gabriella Prisco would break the tie and give her team the victory on her third goal of the season. The team has outscored their opponents 6-1 in their last three games and will resume play on Friday, October 5th at 4:00 P.M. against Roger Williams.

Men’s Soccer

The men’s soccer team racked up back to back wins on the road against Johnson & Wales and Nichols, each game being decided by one goal. Jesse Martinez was the hero in both games as his goal at the 45:59 mark proved to be the lone goal against Johnson & Wales and he netted the double overtime game winner against Nichols. The Gulls are 4-1-1 on the road. On Tuesday they returned home and got their first home victory of the year a 3-0 win over Curry. Evan Couchcot (two goals) and Alex Vuksta (one goal, one assist) were key players for Endicott. 

Women’s Volleyball

The Endicott women’s volleyball team cruised past Amherst by a score of 3-1 to continue their 4 game win streak. Emma Mancini led the charge with 26 kills and MacKenzie Kennedy continues to be a defensive force as she collected 23 of the 80 Endicott digs. The Gulls held the advantage in hitting percentage .232 to.198 and will host Gordon on Wednesday, October 3rd at 7P.M.

Women’s Cross Country

The women’s cross country team finished in 10th place at the Bowdoin Invitational last Saturday. Although Brandies took the cake, a bright spot for Endicott was Emma Farrington with a time of 24:14.1 on the six kilometer course to earn her 41st place. Fellow Gull Aleah MacKay followed short behind with a time of 24:40.5. The team will head to Suffolk University Invitational at Franklin Park on October 12th at 4:00 P.M.

Women’s Rugby

The women’s rugby team continued their dominance with a 111-5 victory over Johnson & Wales on Senior Night. The Gulls scored 40 seconds into the match and it all went up hill from there as the team improves to 3-0. Jordan Zak, Lauren Wilson, Samantha Muzarol, Felicia Bouchard, Casey Joyce, and Semra Haxhillari were the six seniors honored for their time and commitment towards the program. The team will head to the University of Maine-Farmington this Saturday at 12 P.M.

Men’s Rugby

The men’s rugby team conquered Western New England with a 89-12 victory this past Saturday. It was senior night for the team and they responded by earning their third straight win in as many tries and will head to Plymouth State University on Saturday, October 13th.

Men’s Cross Country

The men’s cross country team finished 11th overall out of 19 teams at the Bowdoin Invitational. Bowdoin and Connecticut College snatched first and second place honors with 38 points and 68 points. Will Connelly led the charge for Endicott with a time of 28:40.2 in the 8-kilometer course and Marcus Poccia wasn’t far behind posting a time of 28:52.1. The team will head to Boston on Friday, October 12th at 4:45 P.M. to participate in the Suffolk University Invitational.

Credit: EC Gulls (Endicott College Sports Information)