Gonzalez, Goodhart, Peck, Sarna-McCarthy and Ruiz honored today
LONGMEADOW, Mass.— The Wildcats of Bay Path University fell 4-2 in the opener and 9-4 in the final game today honoring eight seniors including five Wildcats; designated player Shayenne Gonzalez (Enfield, Conn.), pitcher Madison Goodhart (Pawtucket, R.I.), infielder Katrina Peck (Newington, Conn.), infielder Marissa Sarna-McCarthy (Southampton, Mass.) and Jai Ruiz (Hadley, Mass.). Three graduating members of the Dean College Bulldogs were also recognized: outfielder Danielle Dumont (Nashua, N.H.), infielder Courtney Holden (Bridgeport, Conn.) and infielder Michele Sessa (Tewksbury, Mass.).
Mackie, McKenna and Hendrickson Honored During Post-Game Festivities
LONGMEADOW, Mass.- Bay Path College hosted New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) opponent Mountaineers of Southern Vermont College in their senior day women’s lacrosse match falling in a 10-9 heartbreaker. Seniors’ Megan Mackie (Kaiserslautern, Germany), Megan McKenna (Bennington, Vermont) and Jhaklema Hendrickson (Bridgeport, Conn.) started and played all sixty minutes with McKenna scoring two goals and Mackie adding an assist. Leading the way for the Wildcats was sophomore midfielder Samantha Rubacha (Feeding Hills, Mass.) tallying three goals and three assists. Topping all players was sophomore Mountaineer Alex Safford (Burnt Hills, N.Y.) with seven goals.
LONGMEADOW, Mass. – The Castleton University softball team captured both ends of a non-conference softball doubleheader from the Bay Path University Wildcats Tuesday afternoon at Ryan Field. The Spartans took the first game by a 20-0 count before capturing the nightcap 19-1.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.— The Wildcats of Bay Path University were shut out 10-0 and 20-0 against the Pilgrims of New England College in Conference Action. For the game the Pilgrims pitching staff recorded the shutout with sophomore Taylor Barbour (Bay Shore, N.Y.), sophomore Emily Farone (Sandtown, N.H.) and senior Gabriella Marcheschi (St. James, N.Y.) all spending time in the circle. Sophomore pitcher Kayla Vance (Clifton, N.J.) suffered the loss despite only giving up three earned runs. She had two strike-outs and four walks. Senior outfielder and reliever Jai Ruiz (Hadley, Mass.) hurled one inning of relief. Six Pilgrims each had multiple hits for the night-cap. Ruiz was one of only two Wildcats to hit safely.
LONGMEADOW, Mass.— Bay Path took two over Northern Vermont-Johnson.Senior pitcher Maddie Goodhart (Pawtucket, R.I.) led the Wildcats in the circle shutting down the Badgers in five innings with Bay Path winning 12-0. Goodhart allowed only one-hit ; while fanning ten batters and walking one for the opener. She also had one hit in the game. The Wildcats were led by senior catcher Katrina Peck (Newington, Conn.) and sophomore infielder/ pitcher Kayla Vance (Clifton, N.J.) who each tallied three RBI. Peck went 2-for-2 with one run, while Vance went 1-for-1 with three runs. Both tallied doubles.
Four Seniors Honored Mackie, Gonzalez, Nazario and Drapinski
HOLYOKE, Mass.- The Wildcats suffered a Valentine’s Day loss 86-26 to New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) opponents the Lions of Eastern Nazarene College tonight during senior night festivities. The Wildcats’ honored the Lions four seniors Emma Farrow (Blanchester, Ohio), Tia Torio (Manteca, Calif.), Stella Dulay (Santa Monica, Calif.) and Alyssa Cosio (Santa Barbara, Calif.) prior to celebrating their own gradation seniors Megan Mackie (Kaiserslautern, Germany), Shayenne Gonzalez (Enfield, Conn.), Jo Nazario (Springfield, Mass.) and Sam Drapinski (Malden, Mass.).
HOLYOKE, Mass.- The Wildcats of Bay Path University fell 91-21 to New England Collegiate Conference opponent the Pilgrims of New England College tonight in NCAA Division III women’s basketball action. Sophomore guard Emmeline Bronson (Shelton, Conn.) led all players with 15 points.
BRONSON LEADS WAY WITH 18 POINTS, BUT WILDCATS FALL TO NEWBURY 56-37 IN NECC HOOPS ACTION
HOLYOKE, Mass. – Sophomore guard Emmeline Bronson (Shelton, Conn.) poured in a game-high 18 points, but it was not enough as the Bay Path University women’s basketball team dropped a hard-fought 56-37 decision to Newbury College Tuesday evening at the Bartley Center.
HOLYOKE, Mass.- Elms College defeated Bay Path University 80-33 in New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) women’s basketball action today at HCC. Sophomore guard Emmeline Bronson (Shelton, Conn.) led all players with 21 points despite the hard loss. Bronson went 13-for-17 from the charity stripe.