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  • Players of the Week: Nick Leiningen Players of the Week: Nick Leiningen

    HOMETOWN Millwood, New York YEAR Senior MAJOR Marketing and Economics SPORT Baseball, Pitcher STATS/AWARDS Captain, Louisville Slugger Freshman All American, NEC Rookie of the Year, NEC All Tournament, Complete Game Shutout 3/15 "We’ve brought the program to a new level, where we feel we should win every game we play.

  • Players of the Week: Katelyn Racanelli Players of the Week: Katelyn Racanelli

    HOMETOWN Stamford, Connecticut YEAR Senior MAJOR Media Studies SPORT Track and Field, Sprinter STATS/AWARDS Captain NEC Indoor Champion, 200m best of 25.8 seconds. Won 400m race @ CCSU "The great thing about our sport is that you can shine individually, but also as a team.

  • Softball Splits Last Week’s Games Softball Splits Last Week’s Games

     The Sacred Heart University softball team faced off against both Fairfield University and Central Connecticut State.  The Pioneers defeated the Stags of Fairfield 3-2 Thursday with a walk-off play in the seventh inning, but lost both games of a doubleheader to the Blue Devils, 5-0 then 4-3, on Saturday.

  • Volleyball Struggles,  Prepares for Final Home Games Volleyball Struggles, Prepares for Final Home Games

     The Sacred Heart men’s volleyball team had four games over the weekend. The Pioneers faced Rutgers-Newark, Harvard, Springfield and Vassar. The Pioneers went 1-3, to give them a 9-16 record overall.  R-junior Enzo Mackenzie, had a season-best of 22 kills and hit .

  • Women’s Lacrosse Falls to Fairfield U.

      The Sacred Heart University women’s lacrosse team fell to cross-town rival Fairfield University Wednesday afternoon, 14-10. The loss drops the Pioneers to 2-6 on the season before beginning Northeast Conference play this weekend. Sophomore Jesslyn Joseph paced the Pioneers scoring four goals on the afternoon, giving her a total of 13 for the year.

  • Players of the Week: Enzo Mackenzie Players of the Week: Enzo Mackenzie

    HOMETOWN Rio de Janeiro, Brazil YEAR R-Junior MAJOR Business Administration and Sports Management SPORT Men’s Volleyball, Outside Hitter STATS/AWARDS 242 kills and 35 service aces in 2014 season "I get to play a high-level sport and at the same time manage to get a good education.