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As the regular season comes to end for some Saint’s, teams are ready to play their hearts out in the playoffs.
Women’s Soccer: 9-9-1
Once again Victoria LaRoche ’19 led her team to a signifying victory. With her ninth shutout win over Mount Ida, she brought her team into the playoffs. This team has been hot in the month of October, going 6-2 with five shutout wins. So, don’t look at this team’s record and immediately count them out, they have been playing with heart and passion all season long. Those key qualities will lead them through the playoffs!
— EC Saints (@ECSaints) October 23, 2016
Men’s Soccer: 8-8-2
With a win over Mount Ida the men secured a spot in 2016 Division III playoffs. It was an stupendous win for the team. After Mount Ida tied it up in the first half, Cameron Messier ’18 came to play. He scored 2 goals to lead his team to the playoffs. This will be coach Dan Roberts first playoff run as the new Emmanuel College Men’s Soccer Head Coach.
Women’s Volleyball: 11-19
Even though it was a tough week for the women’s volleyball team, they still had something to celebrate. Cassie Chruscielski ’17 joined the prestigious 1,000 digs club. This is a great milestone for her in her final season as a Saint.
— EC Saints (@ECSaints) October 21, 2016
Golf: Seventh out of Nine at GNAC Championship
The Men’s finished there season at the GNAC championship at Gorham Country Club. They came in seventh overall, shooting 643. Even though this wasn’t there best season, there is a glimmer of light with the rise of Jack Scavone ’20, who led the team with a 156 and came in fifteenth overall in the match.
Trevor Nataupsky ’19 is a Sports Writer for The Hub. He can be followed on Twitter at @TheBigTuna511.