EC Men's Soccer

Endicott Men's Soccer players Evan Couchot, Jon Breed, and Brandon Haughton.

Football

The Endicott football team continued their winning streak with a 45-14 win over Nichols to climb to 4-2 on the season. Christian Cole got things started early for the Gulls when he hauled in a four yard touchdown in the first quarter. Nichols responded the very next possession with Josh Pierre-Charles returning the ensuing kick 87 yards for the score. Endicott then scored 17 unanswered points and took that momentum all the way to a 31 point victory. Hakim Fleming led the charge for Endicott with 126 rushing yards and a touchdown while Joe Kalosky tossed three touchdowns of his own to improve to nine touchdowns on the year. The Gulls will travel to the University of New England for a 2 P.M. battle on Saturday, October 13th.

Field Hockey

The Endicott field hockey team split back to back road games against Gordon and Connecticut College to improve to 10-3. Things got started on the right track against Gordon thanks to a Kristen McCarthy hat-trick to lead the Gulls to a 5-1 win. Maggie O’Reilly and Jaylin Grabau also tacked on goals for Endicott. The next game didn’t go as planned as Connecticut College upset the Gulls 5-3 for their third win of the season behind Meghan Gazard’s pair of goals. Endicott will host Roger Williams on Wednesday, October 10th at 7 P.M.

Women’s Tennis

The Endicott women’s tennis team recorded a road win against Wheaton but suffered their first loss of the season two days later courtesy of Nichols. The Gulls collected two doubles victories, one by Margot Andreason and Justine Hoover and the other from the pairing of Alexandra Barmore and Cara McCormack. The team then hosted Nichols as both teams entered with 6-0 conference records but things went the Bison’s way and they secured the victory behind single and double play domination. Endicott will take part in the CCC Tournament on October 16th.

Women’s Soccer

The Endicott women’s soccer team came up empty against Roger Williams but responded four nights later by tallying a win on the road against Gordon, upping their record to 5-4-4. Hannah Pesci opened the scoring from the left side of the box against Roger Williams but unfortunately that would be it for the Gulls as the Hawks scored two goals in just over nine minutes for the upset win. The team then traveled to rival Gordon and shot out to a 3-0 lead thanks to strikes from Jillian Presser, Gabriella Prisco and Catherine Elkas while goalkeeper Kayla Wentworth was sharp in net with four timely saves. Next on the schedule is Wentworth on Saturday, October 13th at 3:30 P.M.

Men’s Soccer

The Endicott men’s soccer team outscored their opponents 6-1 in the last two contests and climbed to 6-4-2 on the season.  Roger Williams entered with a 12-0 record entering this matchup but Couchot would play the role of the hero once again with a hat-trick in a 3-1 Endicott victory. The club continued their recent dominance in thrilling fashion with a 3-2 overtime win against Gordon. Goals were spread out across the board from Couchot, Haughton and Vuksta. Play continues at Wentworth Saturday, October 13th at 12:30 P.M.

Women’s Volleyball

The Endicott women’s volleyball team split their tri-match against Plymouth State and Babson to raise their record to 13-7. The Gulls received great offense from Emma Mancini and Alex Dippel against Plymouth State as the two upperclassmen recorded 12 kills each in a 3-1 triumph. Defensive anchor MacKenzie Kennedy continued to make a difference with a 14 digs in the win. Things didn’t go as planned against Babson as the Gulls lost 3-1 despite a remarkable 23 digs from Kennedy. Roger Williams was next in line and they defeated Endicott by a score of 3-2 behind 16 kills from Lara Loiacono. This is the first time the team Endicott recorded back to back losses since September 12th. They will host Bowdoin for a senior night matchup on October 12th with a 6:00 P.M. start.

Women’s Rugby

The Endicott women’s rugby team eyed their fifth win in as many tries and did just that with a 80-27 victory over UMaine-Farmington. Jordan Zak, Shannon O’Malley and Amanda Poulin all collected four tries apiece and the team will travel to Stonehill College on Friday, October 19th at 7:00 P.M.

Men’s Rugby

 The Endicott men’s rugby team demolished Harvard (B-Side) 91-5 to remain perfect at 4-0 this season. Jack Lonergan from Tipperary, Ireland was extremely effective for the Gulls and they will prepare for Plymouth State in a conference matchup at noon on Saturday, October 13th.

Credit: EC Gulls