SIDELINES: 10/09/2013

Former MU goalkeeper, Bryan Meredith, has signed to play professional soccer with the New York Cosmos. While at MU, he helped the Hawks capture four-straight Northeast Conference Regular Season Titles. Originally from Scotch Plains, NJ, Meredith finished his collegiate career with 36 shutouts and a 44-7-10 record.

The men and women’s cross country team recorded an MU history’s best at the Paul Short Run at Lehigh University on Saturday, Oct 5.

Junior Khari Bowen led the men’s side with a first place finish assisting the team to third place overall ranking. Bowen became the first MU runner to ever take first place in the race.

The women were steered by freshman Lennon Cooper and notched a sixth place victory. This is Cooper’s second consecutive race in which she led the women’s team.

The University’s field hockey team lost to No. 5 Syracuse Orange on Sunday, Oct 6 at Coyne Stadium. With the 8-1 loss, MU falls to 3-7 for the year while Orange improves to 10-1. MU scored their lone goal in the 51st minute of play when junior midfielder Melanie Dawson had her shot deflected in by a Syracuse defender. Syracuse marks the third nationally ranked team that the Hawks have faced this season.

The women’s tennis team fell to Sacred Heart University on Wednesday, Oct 2. With the loss, the women’s record drops to 1-3 for the season. Freshman Robyn Belen scored the Hawks lone point in the 6-1 defeat.


Wednesday, Oct. 9

MSOC vs. Iona*

The Great Lawn 7:00 pm

WSOC at Iona

New Rochelle, NY 3:00 pm

FH at Rutgers

Piscataway, NJ 4:00 pm

Thursday, Oct. 10

MGLF Quad Match

Deal, NJ 10:00 am

WTEN vs. Wagner

W. Long Branch, NJ 3:30 pm

Saturday, Oct. 12

Football at Saint Francis

Loretto, PA 12:00 pm

MSOC vs Siena*

The Great Lawn 7:00 pm

WSOC at Siena

Loudonville, NY 7:00 pm

WTEN at Rhode Island

Kingston, R.I. 11:00 am

Sunday, Oct. 13

FH vs Saint Francis

W. Long Branch, NJ 1:00 pm