Athletics


Journalism Student Captures Priceless Team Moments

July 2022

Sophomore Bryson Eldridge got an inside look into both electronic media — his major — and University Athletics this past fall when he joined the department as a student videographer.

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Bryson Eldridge

A Successful Year in Sports

July 2022

Four teams played in the NCAA Tournament this year, three of which won Landmark Conference titles.

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On the volleyball court, the Royals posted an impressive 25-8 record.

Dowdell Overcomes Personal Tragedy to Help Lead Team to Glory

Fall 2021

Softball player Meaghan Dowdell ’21 has had to bear witness to unimaginable highs and just as tragic of lows.

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On the volleyball court, the Royals posted an impressive 25-8 record.

Winning the Wait: A Conversation with Dave Martin, Director of Athletics

Fall 2021

The Scranton Journal talks with Dave Martin, director of Athletics, about the challenges and triumphs during COVID-19.

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The Scranton Journal talks with Dave Martin, director of Athletics, about the challenges and triumphs during COVID-19.

Four Fall Sports Teams Have Successful Seasons in Spring and Fall

Fall 2021

A lot has happened on the field this past year. Stay up to date.

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The Scranton Journal talks with Dave Martin, director of Athletics, about the challenges and triumphs during COVID-19.

Athletics Spring Update

Spring - April 2021

After finishing a shortened fall sports season at the end of March, the University's spring athletics teams raced into action, playing a Landmark Conference only slate of games that concluded in early May.

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Sophomore Kate Pagano

Four Fall Sports Teams Complete Successful Spring Campaign: The Scranton Journal

Spring - April 2021

After having their respective fall schedules canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, four University of Scranton teams made the most of a shortened schedule.

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Sophomore Kate Pagano

COVID Testing Protocols Allow Scranton Student-Athletes Back in the Game

Spring - April 2021

Scranton completes a rigorous testing program each week with each athletic team beginning in January.

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Sophomore Kate Pagano

Mom-Management: Coaching is a Family Affair

Spring - February 2021

Three Scranton coaches find success both on and off the field.

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Colleen Moyer, Head Field Hockey Coach

Men's and Women's Basketball Compete, Cardboard Cutouts are Fans

Spring - February 2021

The University of Scranton men's and women's basketball teams opened their season on Feb. 9.

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Fans were invited to buy cardboard cutouts for the basketball stands.

Landmark Conference Announces Updates to Return to Play Protocol

Fall - December 2020

Leadership at The University of Scranton and the other seven institutions in the Landmark Conference continue to work tirelessly to develop a plan for a safe return to play for their collegiate sports programs during the spring semester.

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Fans were invited to buy cardboard cutouts for the basketball stands.

Athletics Alumni Share Impacts of COVID-19 on Their Lives, Careers

Fall - December 2020

Throughout the fall, Scranton Athletics profiled five former student-athletes, detailing their journeys from Scranton to their respective communities across the country, along with the challenges they have been dealing with in the face of the pandemic.

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In a photo taken by the Lebanon Daily News in March, Theresa Haley shows and explains what a PAPR system does to reporters at the Lebanon VA Hospital.

Student-Athletes, Coaches Adjust to a Fall Without Competition

Fall - December 2020

Coaches and student-athletes of all 23 of Scranton’s athletic teams have had to adjust to a harsh reality — the chances were very slim that they would be able to compete against another team for the fall 2020 semester.

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In a photo taken by the Lebanon Daily News in March, Theresa Haley shows and explains what a PAPR system does to reporters at the Lebanon VA Hospital.

More Athletics News

Spring 2020

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The University of Scranton men's soccer team clinched the No. 2 seed in the Landmark Conference Tournament with a 2-1 win at Juniata.

Field Hockey, Women’s Soccer Landmark Conference Titles Headline Successful Fall Season

Spring 2020

In a fall that saw each eligible University of Scranton athletic team qualify for the Landmark Conference playoffs, the performances by the field hockey and women’s soccer teams headlined another successful opening stanza to the 2019-20 academic year for the Department of Athletics.

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LEFT: Women’s soccer celebrates their win over Moravian. RIGHT: Field hockey celebrates their Landmark Conference title.

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Fall 2019

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LEFT: Women’s soccer celebrates their win over Moravian. RIGHT: Field hockey celebrates their Landmark Conference title.

Softball Wins First Landmark Conference Championship, Competes in NCAA Tournament

Fall 2019

This spring, the softball team won its first-ever Landmark Conference Championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament.

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The softball team celebrates its championship.

Lady Royals Make It to NCAA Final Four

Fall 2019

The women’s basketball team enjoyed a historic season, posting a 29-3 record, winning its fourth straight Landmark Conference championship and advancing to the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament.

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The Lady Royals pose with their trophy after the NCAA Final Four game.

Scranton Inducts Six New Members into Wall of Fame

Spring 2019

Scranton inducted the six newest members into its Athletics Department Wall of Fame on Feb. 9.

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The Wall of Fame Class of 2018, seated from left: Donell Young ‘07, Frank Ross ‘87, Mary Beth (Vogel) Murray ‘08, Tim Logan ‘08, Karen (Barlow) Lisk ‘89 and Randy Arnold ‘08. Seated, far right, is University President Scott R. Pilarz, S.J. Standing, far left, is Dave Martin, director of athletics.

Women’s Cross Country Places Fifth at Landmark Conference Championships

Spring 2019

This past fall, the women’s cross country team finished fifth at the Landmark Conference Championships.

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The Wall of Fame Class of 2018, seated from left: Donell Young ‘07, Frank Ross ‘87, Mary Beth (Vogel) Murray ‘08, Tim Logan ‘08, Karen (Barlow) Lisk ‘89 and Randy Arnold ‘08. Seated, far right, is University President Scott R. Pilarz, S.J. Standing, far left, is Dave Martin, director of athletics.

Men’s Cross Country Finishes Fourth at Landmark Conference Championships

Spring 2019

Men’s cross country placed fourth at this past fall’s Landmark Conference Championships.

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Zach Gutekunst

Volleyball Returns to Landmark Conference Playoffs

Spring 2019

Enjoying another strong season this past fall, volleyball earned its ninth straight Landmark Conference playoff bid before falling to sixth-ranked Juniata in the semi-final round.

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Zach Gutekunst

Field Hockey Finishes as Landmark Conference Runner-Up

Spring 2019

Posting a 13-6 overall record, the field hockey team went 4-3 to qualify for the Landmark Conference playoffs. The team finished as the conference runner-up, falling to Susquehanna in the championship game, 2-0.

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Zach Gutekunst

Women's Soccer Reaches Second Round of NCAA Tournament

Spring 2019

The women’s soccer team enjoyed an outstanding campaign this past fall, posting a 16-2-3 overall record and advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

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Zach Gutekunst

Men’s Soccer Celebrates 50th Season

Spring 2019

The men’s soccer program celebrated its 50th season this past fall, honoring the Royals’ rich tradition, which includes 10 conference championships and 14 NCAA Tournament appearances.

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Steve Klingman, longtime Scranton men’s soccer coach and current assistant athletics facilities manager, speaks at the dedication of the plaza bearing his name at the Quinn Athletics Campus as part of the 50th anniversary celebration of men’s soccer.

University Inducts Seven into Athletics Wall of Fame

Spring 2018

The University inducted seven new members into the Athletics Wall of Fame on Feb. 10.

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Steve Klingman, longtime Scranton men’s soccer coach and current assistant athletics facilities manager, speaks at the dedication of the plaza bearing his name at the Quinn Athletics Campus as part of the 50th anniversary celebration of men’s soccer.

Women’s Soccer Captures Second Straight Landmark Conference Championship

Spring 2018

Women’s Soccer Captures Second Straight Landmark Conference Championship.

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Becca Russo

Women’s Volleyball Leads Nation with 35 Victories

Spring 2018

The women’s volleyball team finished the season with a 35-5 record, matching Johnson & Wales for the most victories in NCAA Division III.

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Kristin Kirwan

Casey, Donnelly Lead Men’s Soccer to 10 Victories

Spring 2018

Senior forward Connor Casey and junior defender Michael Donnelly both earned second-team All-Landmark Conference honors.

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Senior forward Connor Casey (left) and junior defender Michael Donnelly (right)

Bartlett, Patwell Lead Cross Country at Landmark Conference Championship

Spring 2018

Bartlett, Patwell Lead Cross Country at Landmark Conference Championship.

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Jack Patwell

Field Hockey Rewrites Record Book in Stellar Season

Spring 2018

Senior forward Meredith Campbell(pictured above, left) was named Landmark Conference Player of the Year.

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Meredith Campbell

Corrigan Qualifies for Women’s Cross Country National Championship

Spring 2018

Corrigan Qualifies for Women’s Cross Country National Championship

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Meredith Campbell

Highlights

Fall 2017

Highlights from the spring athletic season.

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Meredith Campbell

Women’s Lacrosse Returns to Landmark Conference Championship

Fall 2017

The women’s lacrosse team had another outstanding season, finishing 11-6 overall while reaching the Landmark Conference championship for the second consecutive season

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Meredith Campbell

Lady Royals Continue Dominance on the Court

Fall 2017

The women’s basketball team had another terrific season, finishing 26-4 overall and winning its second straight Landmark Conference championship, their third in four seasons

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Meredith Campbell

Softball Makes History with 20 Victories

Fall 2017

The softball team finished with 20 victories for the second straight season, going 20-15 overall. The 20 wins marked the first time in program history that the Royals have won 20 games in back to- back seasons.

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Meredith Campbell

University Adds Track and Field in Fall 2017

Fall 2017

The University added both indoor and outdoor men’s and women’s track and field in the 2017-18 academic year, bringing its total number of intercollegiate sports to 23.

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Meredith Campbell

Seventy-seven Student-Athletes Honored at Annual Senior Luncheon

Fall 2017

The University of Scranton athletics department held the 26th annual Senior Student- Athlete Luncheon on Saturday, May 13, in the McIlhenny Ballroom on the fourth floor of the DeNaples Center

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Meredith Campbell

Men’s Basketball Claims Seventh Landmark Title

Fall 2017

The men’s basketball team won the Landmark Conference title for the seventh time in the conference’s 10-year history

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Meredith Campbell

Highlights

Spring 2017

Athletics photos and news from the fall are featured here.

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Meredith Campbell

Women's Golf Team Makes Its Debut

Spring 2017

The first women's golf match in University of Scranton history was played on Tuesday, Sept. 13.

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Pictured, from left, are head coach Ed Karpovich ’76, Katie Allen, Brianna Stein, Julie Cranney, Maggie McDonough, Maura McDonough, director of athletics Dave Martin, and assistant coach Trevor Woodruff.

University Inducts Four Into Athletics Wall of Fame

Spring 2017

The four newest members of the University’s Athletics Wall of Fame were inducted on Saturday, Feb. 18.

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Pictured, from left, are head coach Ed Karpovich ’76, Katie Allen, Brianna Stein, Julie Cranney, Maggie McDonough, Maura McDonough, director of athletics Dave Martin, and assistant coach Trevor Woodruff.

Men’s Basketball Tips off 100th Season

Spring 2017

The men’s basketball team tipped off the 100th season in team history when the Royals hosted the Hilton Scranton Invitational in the Long Center in November.

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The 2016-17 Royals

Men’s Soccer Wins Second Straight Conference Title

Spring 2017

On a quest to win its second straight Landmark Conference title, the men’s soccer team defeated top-seeded Elizabethtown, 1-0, on the road in early November.

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Men's Soccer Landmark Conference Champions

Women’s Soccer Continues Its Winning Tradition

Spring 2017

Finishing with a 17-1-2 record and capturing its fifth Landmark Conference title and 21st conference title overall, the women’s soccer team enjoyed one of its best seasons in program history.

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Women’s Soccer Landmark Conference Champions

More Spring Athletics Highlights

Fall 2016

Athletics photos and news from the spring are featured here.

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Women’s Soccer Landmark Conference Champions

Baseball Team Goes Beyond the Field, to the Dominican Republic

Fall 2016

The University of Scranton baseball team spent five days in January in the Dominican Republic to play four games and perform community service, traveling from Santo Domingo to San Pedro De Macoris to Boca Chica.

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The team arrives at its home for the week, Bellevue Resorts in Boca Chica.

Seventy-four Student-athletes Honored at Annual Luncheon

Fall 2016

The Athletics Department held the 25th annual Senior Student-Athlete Luncheon on Saturday, May 14 in the DeNaples Center. Seventy-four senior student-athletes were recognized during the event.

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The 2016 senior student-athlete award winners, from left: Erin Casey, women’s soccer (Carlesimo Award); Brendan Boken, men’s basketball (O’Hara Award); Ryan Brown, men’s golf (Carlesimo Award); Bridget Gallaher, women’s lacrosse (Fitzpatrick Award); and Emily Walsh, women’s tennis (O’Hara Award).

Royals Return to the NCAA Tournament

Fall 2016

Making its 27th appearance in the NCAA Tournament after earning an at-large bid, the men’s basketball team finished the season with a 19-8 record.

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The 2016 senior student-athlete award winners, from left: Erin Casey, women’s soccer (Carlesimo Award); Brendan Boken, men’s basketball (O’Hara Award); Ryan Brown, men’s golf (Carlesimo Award); Bridget Gallaher, women’s lacrosse (Fitzpatrick Award); and Emily Walsh, women’s tennis (O’Hara Award).

Lady Royals Make History with 30 Consecutive Victories

Fall 2016

The Lady Royals women’s basketball team posted a season for the record books in 2015-16, as the team finished with a 30-1 overall mark, won the Landmark Conference championship and advanced to the Elite Eight of the 2016 NCAA Division III Tournament.

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The Lady Royals celebrate their victory over Christopher Newport in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

More Fall Athletics Highlights

Spring 2016

Athletics photos and news from the fall are featured here.

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The Lady Royals celebrate their victory over Christopher Newport in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

University Inducts Six Into Wall of Fame

Spring 2016

The six newest members of the University’s Athletics Wall of Fame were inducted in February, during a ceremony held between games of the men’s and women’s basketball doubleheader against Juniata in the Long Center.

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The Lady Royals celebrate their victory over Christopher Newport in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

Martin Named Director of Athletics

Spring 2016

The University began a new era in athletics in August when Dave Martin was named director of Athletics. Martin comes to the University after serving an 11-year tenure as director of athletics at Misericordia University in Dallas.

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The Lady Royals celebrate their victory over Christopher Newport in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

Men’s Soccer Makes Tourney Run

Spring 2016

The men’s soccer team capped a banner 2015 season in the middle of November, as the team qualified for the NCAA Tournament and won a first-round match (2-0 over UMass-Boston), before bowing out in the second round to St. Lawrence (2-0).

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The Lady Royals celebrate their victory over Christopher Newport in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

Athletics News

Fall 2015

Athletics photos and news from the spring are featured here.

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The Lady Royals celebrate their victory over Christopher Newport in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

Celebrating the Seniors

Fall 2015

The Athletics Department held its 24th annual Senior Student-Athlete Luncheon on May 16, in the DeNaples Center.

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The Lady Royals celebrate their victory over Christopher Newport in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

Athletics News

Spring 2015

Athletics photos and news from the fall are featured here.

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The Lady Royals celebrate their victory over Christopher Newport in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

Landmark Conference All-Sportsmanship Team

Spring 2015

Six Royal fall sport student-athletes were selected to the Landmark Conference All-Sportsmanship Team.

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The Lady Royals celebrate their victory over Christopher Newport in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

Wall of Fame Inductees

Spring 2015

The University inducted the six newest members into the Wall of Fame on Saturday, Feb. 21.

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This year’s Wall of Fame class includes the women’s basketball tandem of Katie (Dougherty) Fischer ’04 and Kate (Pierangeli) Pearson ’04; former men’s and women’s swim coach Tomm Evans; men’s soccer standout from the 1980 NCAA runner-up team Mark Haley ’81; women’s tennis standout Krissy (Killiany) Dommes ’92; and four-time women’s soccer all-conference selection and current Royal women’s soccer Head Coach Colleen (Murphy) Pivirotto ’04.

That Championship Season

Fall 2014

Since the Landmark Conference first began competition in the fall of 2007, the University has earned 20 titles. Coupled with the 131 championships that the University won in its previous affiliation with the Middle Atlantic Conference, Scranton now has 151 conference titles in its history.

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This year’s Wall of Fame class includes the women’s basketball tandem of Katie (Dougherty) Fischer ’04 and Kate (Pierangeli) Pearson ’04; former men’s and women’s swim coach Tomm Evans; men’s soccer standout from the 1980 NCAA runner-up team Mark Haley ’81; women’s tennis standout Krissy (Killiany) Dommes ’92; and four-time women’s soccer all-conference selection and current Royal women’s soccer Head Coach Colleen (Murphy) Pivirotto ’04.

Capping 125 Years of Victories

Fall 2014

Intercollegiate athletics has been an integral part of the University’s heritage since its founding as St. Thomas College in 1888. Several teams and individuals added another chapter to the University’s rich history during its 125th anniversary. The University now has 96 NCAA championship appearances in 12 different sports.

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This year’s Wall of Fame class includes the women’s basketball tandem of Katie (Dougherty) Fischer ’04 and Kate (Pierangeli) Pearson ’04; former men’s and women’s swim coach Tomm Evans; men’s soccer standout from the 1980 NCAA runner-up team Mark Haley ’81; women’s tennis standout Krissy (Killiany) Dommes ’92; and four-time women’s soccer all-conference selection and current Royal women’s soccer Head Coach Colleen (Murphy) Pivirotto ’04.

Athletics Recap

Spring 2014

At Scranton, student-athletes can make baskets or score goals, but they also excel at the quintessential Jesuit ideal of being men and women for others. Similarly, our coaches make an effort to teach and practice this ideal.

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Samantha Russo

Ross Danzig '15, Basketball

Spring 2014

At Scranton, student-athletes can make baskets or score goals, but they also excel at the quintessential Jesuit ideal of being men and women for others. One such person is basketball player Ross Danzig.

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Samantha Russo

Ryan Saraceni '14, Lacrosse

Spring 2014

At Scranton, student-athletes can make baskets or score goals, but they also excel at the quintessential Jesuit ideal of being men and women for others. One such person is lacrosse player Ryan Saraceni.

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Samantha Russo

Stephanie A. Romano '15, Softball

Spring 2014

At Scranton, student-athletes can make baskets or score goals, but they also excel at the quintessential Jesuit ideal of being men and women for others. One such person is softball player Stephanie Romano.

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Samantha Russo

Carlesimo Golf Tournament & Award Dinner

Spring 2014

Named in honor of Peter A. Carlesimo, former University of Scranton coach and athletics director, the Carlesimo Golf Tournament & Award Dinner celebrates athletics at The University of Scranton and honors a person who has made special contributions to athletics.

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Samantha Russo

Charles Hudacek

Fall 2013

The difference between solid golfers and poor golfers is how they practice. Every poor amateur in the sport likes to practice what he or she is good at instead of what they are bad at.

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Samantha Russo

Michaela McCrudden

Fall 2013

Since my sophomore year in high school, I knew I wanted to play a sport in college. Since I played volleyball year round and dedicated so much time to it, I knew it was the sport I wanted to continue with in college.

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Samantha Russo

Samantha Russo

Fall 2013

The key to getting a good shot on goal is being patient and waiting for the right opportunity. However, when you see an opening, it’s important to seize the opportunity and take the shot without hesitating.

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Samantha Russo

Athletics Recap

Fall 2013

Our Scranton student-athletes are shining on the field and in the classroom.

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Samantha Russo

Chris Silakoski '14

Spring 2013

Athletics always seems to come down to what’s measurable: wins and losses, distances and yards, and minutes and seconds. But those methods don’t accurately gauge the student-athletes at The University of Scranton like Chris Silakoski '14.

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Samantha Russo

Sara Francisovich '14

Spring 2013

The student-athletes at The University of Scranton are standouts in the classroom and community, as well as on the playing field. Sara Francisovich '14 is an example of just that.

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Samantha Russo

Travis Farrell '13

Spring 2013

Travis Farrell ’13 exemplifies what it takes to be a Royal student-athlete: dedication, leadership and hard work. We must also add perseverance to this list.

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Samantha Russo

Athletics Recap

Spring 2013

Our Scranton student-athletes are shining on the field and in the classroom.

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Samantha Russo

Road Trip – Grand Rapids, Mich.

Spring 2013

In the spring of 1983, there was no bigger stage than the basketball court at the John J. Long, S.J., Center.

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Samantha Russo

Beyond the Numbers: Julia Crilly '15

Fall 2012

Athletics always seems to come down to what’s measurable: wins and losses, distances and yards, and minutes and seconds. But those methods don’t accurately gauge the student-athletes at The University of Scranton like Julia Crilly '15.

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Samantha Russo

Beyond the Numbers: Bill McGuiness '13

Fall 2012

Bill McGuiness '13 exemplifies what it takes to be a Scranton student-athlete.

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Samantha Russo

Beyond the Numbers: Gretchen Kempf '13

Fall 2012

The student-athletes at The University of Scranton are standouts in the classroom and community, as well as on the playing field. Gretchen Kempf '13 exemplifies what it takes to be a Royal.

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Samantha Russo

Scranton Athletics

Fall 2012

The University of Scranton Athletic Department had many reasons to celebrate this season including the women's tennis team's first NCAA appearance.

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Samantha Russo

Above the Competition: Dan Slade

Spring 2012

Dan Slade '12, a lacrosse player, is one of several Scranton student-athletes taking their respective programs to new heights. Appropriately, we recently photographed Slade with Scranton’s skyline as a backdrop.

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Samantha Russo

Above the Competition: Anthony Duchnowski

Spring 2012

Anthony Duchnowski '13, a Royal baseball player, is one of several Scranton student-athletes taking their respective programs to new heights. Appropriately, we recently photographed Duchnowski with Scranton’s skyline as a backdrop.

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Samantha Russo

Above the Competition: Ashley Vosilla

Spring 2012

Ashley Vosilla '12, a softball player, is one of several Scranton student-athletes taking their respective programs to new heights. Appropriately, we recently photographed Vosilla with Scranton’s skyline as a backdrop.

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Samantha Russo

Highlights from Scranton Athletics

Spring 2012

The University of Scranton Athletic Department had many reasons to celebrate this season with Coach Mike Strong setting a NCAA record for victories, the men's basketball team advancing to the Elite Eight, and the women's soccer team clinching its second straight conference title!

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The University’s women’s basketball program has sustained tremendous success during the past three decades in large part to longtime coach Mike Strong, who in December set a new record for career victories in NCAA Division III women’s basketball history.

The Embodiment of a Student-Athlete

Fall 2011

Financing graduate school just got a lot easier for Carl Caceres ’11 and Chris Stallone ’11. This summer, the two Scranton graduates were awarded prestigious postgraduate scholarships by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), bringing the total number of recipients from The University of Scranton to 15.

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A standout baseball player at the University, Chris Stallone ’11 excelled in the classroom as well, maintaining a 3.95 GPA while earning a degree in finance.

Fresh Faces Join Coaching Staffs

Fall 2011

It’s been a whirlwind summer for Mia Collarini ’11. In May, she earned Bachelor of Science degrees in counseling and human services and history from the University. Six weeks later she was named head coach of Scranton’s softball program.

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A standout baseball player at the University, Chris Stallone ’11 excelled in the classroom as well, maintaining a 3.95 GPA while earning a degree in finance.
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