SUCO Fall Sports Near the Finish Line

Adam Lis, Staff Writer

   Women’s Soccer:

   Currently with a record of 10-4-1 and 6-1 in conference play, the lady Red Dragon’s are doing fantastic. Their last big conference win was 3-0 over New Paltz and they have two conference games this weekend on the road against Fredonia and Buffalo State to round out SUNYAC games until the tourney starts next week.

   Men’s Soccer:

   Currently with a record of 9-5-1 and 5-2 in conference play, the men’s soccer team is doing just fine. They had a big conference win 1-0 over New Paltz and have two conference games this weekend at home against Fredonia Friday and Buffalo State Saturday.

   Women’s Field Hockey:

   Currently with a 8-5 record overall and 3-2 in conference play, this Friday’s home game vs. New Paltz will be important. It also kicks off the first of four straight home games for the Red Dragons. Their last big game was a 5-1 victory over Ithaca College Saturday.

   Men and Women’s Cross Country:

   The cross country teams have an important meet coming up Friday at Hartwick. The meet is known as the Hartwick Fast Race 5k and will be crucial as SUCO looks to crush our rival from across the wall. John Longo and Danielle Kennedy are two individuals to watch out for.

   Men and Women’s Tennis:

   The men’s team is having a bit of a down season this year with a record of just 1-4 in overall play. On the bright side though, they will look to have a better showing this spring when the second half of the season continues. The women on the other hand look strong with a record of 8-4 overall. Senior Danielle Browarski is having a solid final season for the lady Red Dragons, as they also will look to continue their powerful play, when matches start up again in the spring.

   Women’s Volleyball:

   With a record of 16-9 overall, the volleyball team looks really strong but with a 1-3 record in conference play they look to con- tinue to get better and more constistant. They have struggled recently but look to find their early season groove again as SUNYAC play resumes this weekend at New Paltz.

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