Sports update: Highlighting soccer, field hockey and volleyball

Photo provided by Fisher Athletics
Photo provided by Fisher Athletics

By Khari Demos, Sports Editor

Men’s soccer wins non-league matchup

Fisher men’s soccer took a 2-1 victory over D’youville College on Tuesday, Sept. 19. The win comes after the Cardinals dropped their first conference matchup with Stevens Institute of Technology.

Tyler Randall and Justen Polk both scored one goal a piece, while Joe Catalfamo only allowed one goal and made four saves. Fisher continued the conference on Saturday, Sept. 23 taking on Utica College.

Women’s soccer falls to Fredonia

The Cardinals got off on the wrong foot to begin the week, losing a 1-0 game in double OT. Despite the loss, Melissa McGowan made two saves and allowed the game’s lone score.

Fisher drops to 2-5 overall, and got back to work on Saturday, Sept. 23 against conference foe Houghton College.

Field hockey gets fifth straight win

The women’s field hockey team continued to roll, winning its fifth straight game in a 5-0 over Houghton College. The Cardinals are currently the 19th ranked team in the Division III national poll.

All-American, Emily Markarian, led the way with two goals and Lauren Fazio, Bre Socker and Reghan Amoroso all chipped in with goals. Alyssa Andres lead the way with two assists, followed by Socker and Amoroso with one. Fisher took on Utica College on Saturday, Sept. 23 and St. Lawrence University on Sunday, Sept. 24.

Volleyball drops non-conference to RIT

Women’s volleyball dropped three of four matches in their non-conference game with the Rochester Institute of Technology. The loss sets the squad at a 10-4 mark, highlighting the best start in coach Kelly Greapentrog’s tenure at Fisher.

Anna Marcy and Katie Mazierski paced the team with 12 and 10 kills respectively. On the defensive end, Mazierski added 11 digs, while Elise Kreuz finished with 16 digs overall.

Next up for the Cardinals was the Empire 8 crossover games on Saturday, Sept. 23. Fisher is looking to defend home court with Alfred and Sage coming into the Manning & Napier Gymnasium.

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