RECAP: Field hockey, volleyball, men’s golf fall short on the road


Women’s soccer took home Marywood’s only two away victories this week.

While Marywood approaches its midterm for the fall semester, athletics are in full swing. Several Pacers picked up wins this week. Results for every game can be found at

Women’s Soccer

The first game of the week for Marywood sports was women’s soccer against Cazenovia University on Sunday, October 2. Cazenovia drew first blood with a goal one minute and twenty seconds into the game, scored by Riley Minor. This did not deter the Pacers, who came back to win with a final score of 3-1.

The first Pacer goal was scored by sophomore midfielder Josephine Sorce, in the 46th minute of the first half. Sorce also scored the final goal of the game in the 70th minute. The other goal for Marywood was scored by freshman defender Madison Blackshire and assisted by freshman forward Marissa Boles.

Women’s soccer also traveled to Immaculata University on Wednesday, October 6. In a shutout victory, the Pacers took home a final score of 3-0. While a yellow card was issued in the 41st minute , no one was ejected and that was the sole warning.

Once again scoring for the Pacers was Blackshire, assisted by junior midfielder Antonella Doglio. After the half, Blackshire assisted a goal by freshman forward Riley Mulherin. Blackshire also scored the final goal of the game in teh 84th minute, assisted by Josephine Sorce.

Women’s soccer next plays at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia on Saturday, October 9.

Men’s Golf

On Wednesday, October 6, men’s golf headed to Moosic to tee off against the University of Scranton. However, Scranton would outscore the Pacers, winning 302-328.

Freshman Francesco Pazzaglia placed 2nd, shooting 75 +4. Sophomore Eddie McGreevy tied for 6th place with Scranton’s Matthew Fleming, hitting 79 +8. Rounding out the scoring for the Pacers was Connor Kelleher (85 +14), Landon Firmstone and Ben Williams (89 +10), and Matt Lombardi (96 +25). They play at home against Clarks Summit University on Tuesday, October 12.

Field Hockey

The Pacers fell to Cabrini University on Wednesday, October 6, with a final score of 5-2. After a scoreless first quarter, Marywood scored first with a goal around the 18 minute mark by junior forward Mackenzie Hoats, assisted by freshman back Amanda Leeland. Less than a minute later, Cabrini answered back with a goal by Kaitlyn Martin.

Field hockey’s second and final goal came in the fourth quarter, with Hoats scoring again, assisted this time by sophomore midfielder Cydney Lahr. Cabrini also outpaced Marywood with shots attempted, with 14 to the Pacers’ 4. However, Marywood also had 3 saves to Cabrini’s 2. Their next away game is Tuesday, October 12 at Gywnedd Mercy University.


Another Pacers team fell to Cabrini on the road this week. Volleyball was shut out by the Cavaliers on Thursday, October 7, with a final score of 0-3. Junior outside hitter Shannon Corr led the team in kills with 10. Corr also had 1 ace, 2 assists and 9 digs. Sophomore middle hitter Rebecca Klemovitch helped the team in several areas, including 2 assists, 2 blocks, 2 aces, and 4 kills.

Despite the loss, Marywood still retains a better Atlantic East Conference record at 7-12, compared to Cabrini’s 5-11.Volleyball’s next two games are at home. The first game will be Saturday, October 9 against Centenary University, and the second will be Wednesday, October 13 against Gywnedd Mercy University.

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