A total of 154 student-athletes from the 14 conference schools across six different sports have earned a place on the list, which is 34 more than in 2013. The 154 Spring student-athletes represents a record number of all-academic team honorees since the conference began sponsoring the program in 2004-2005. The average grade point average for the student-athletes that qualified for the list was 3.70.
The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) announced today the recipients of the 2013-2014 CACC Sportsmanship Awards. Georgian Court University garnered the Men's Sportsmanship Award and Nyack College has earned the Women's Sportsmanship Award. The award recipients were identified by the total number of sportsmanship votes the institution received over the course of the academic year divided by the total number of sports sponsored.
The Nyack College Department of Athletics hosted its annual awards celebration on Sunday evening, April 27th at the institution's Boon Campus Center. Individuals from all 11 varsity teams were honored by their respective coaches.
Lebo concludes the season with 58 season goals to tally 97 career goals as a sophomore. She is 1st in the CACC with shots taken and goals made. Lebo is also currently tied for 13th place in NCAA Division II with goals made and is ranked at No. 6 for winning the most draw controls in the nation.
Nyack played the University of Bridgeport at home this afternoon. The seniors were honored for their hard work and dedication to the team before the start of the game. Players Allyson Rola, Amanda Carter, Stacey Cervantes, and Sydney McIntosh, as well as Student Assistant Gabrielle Do received accolades before game play.
Six Lady Warriors recorded goals in a collaborative effort to top the CACC visitors from Caldwell College by a final score of 12-6. The win improves Nyack's overall record to 3-12 with the Cougars falling 0-11 on the year.
Led by a game high twelve goals from sophomore captain Lauren Lebo, the current No. 1 shooter and scorer in the CACC, Nyack College women's lacrosse successfully tops Caldwell College on the road by a final score of 17-12.
On a Thursday afternoon, the Nyack College women's lacrosse team fell to 1-12 overall on the season, as the Warriors dropped a 22-5 final to Dominican College in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) play on Mosley Field.
Nyack had five players score at least one goal as the ladies netted a program record 23 goals to help them defeat Emmanuel College (Ga) 23-13 Friday night at the Naimoli Family Athletic and Intramural Complex.
The girls completed their first project at a local church in Mount Vernon during fall ball, and finished their second project here in Florida. The Lady Warriors volunteered for Habitat for Humanity, and helped build a community of houses by focusing on three in specific.
The Nyack Warriors started off their spring break with a tough loss against the University of Tampa. The Warriors played at their best, but the Spartans proved to be a stronger, more experienced team, defeating Nyack by a score of 20-4.
Warriors played at Philadelphia University this afternoon. Nyack showed excellent effort in this Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference battle, but came up short falling to the Rams who currently stands at No. 1 in the south division.
Today's Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference women's lacrosse away match against Post University has been postponed due to field conditions on the Eagle campus and will resume tomorrow Friday, March 14, 2014. First draw is set for 3PM on LaMoy Field in Waterbury, CT.