SIDE LINES: 11/5/14

The University bowling team began their 2014 season this past weekend at the FDU Jamboree in North Brunswick, NJ. The Hawks finished 17 out of 26 teams with seven wins and seven loses on the tournament.

Senior Valerie Bermudez placed 28th individually overall to lead MU, with an average pin count of 192. Freshman Kim Klinger was the second leading bowler for the Hawks with an average of just over 190, and she also posted the highest overall game for the blue and white with a 264 in a win over UW-Whitewater.

Senior forward, Trish O’Dwyer, was named the MAAC Offensive Player of the Week for the second time this season this past Tuesday. O’Dwyer recorded ten total points for the Hawks in their two games over the weekend, including a seven point game against Siena where she knotched her third-career hat trick.

The women’s soccer team is currently ranked eighth in the Northeast Region by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.

The blue and white recently clinched their second straight MAAC regular season title, and are 14-4 overall with a 9-1 record in conference. It is their fourth straight week being ranked regionally.



Wednesday, November 5

MSOC at St. Peter’s*

Jersey City, NJ 2:00 pm


Friday, November 7

Bowling at Crusader Classic

Valparaiso, Ind 10:00 am


FH vs. Sacred Heart*

W. Long Branch, NJ 1:30 pm

MAAC Championships


WSOC vs. Rider*

W. Long Branch, NJ 8:00 pm

MAAC Championships

Hesse Field


Saturday, November 8

Bowling at Crusader Classic

Valparaiso, Ind 10:00 am



MAAC Championships


Sailing at TBD

MAISA Championships



Football at Liberty*

Lynchburg, VA 3:30 pm


MBB vs. Wesley (exhibition)

W. Long Branch, NJ 7:00 pm



Sunday, November 9

Bowling at Crusader Classic

Valparaiso, Ind 10:00 am


FH vs. TBD*

W. Long Branch, NJ 11:00 am

MAAC Championship Game



W. Long Branch, NJ 3:00 pm

MAAC Championship Game

Hesse Field


*conference games