Nyack captured the CACC Women's Sportsmanship Award for the ninth-consecutive year dating back to when the honor was first handed out during the 2006-07 campaign. The head coaches of each conference-sponsored sport vote for the individual CACC team sportsmanship awards annually.
Women's lacrosse midfielder Lauren Lebo (West Simsbury, CT) has been named the NCAA Division II statistical champion in women’s lacrosse for most draw controls per game in the final statistics for the 2015 season.
Wilmot has experience with being a part of a building lacrosse team. She began playing lacrosse in Western Maryland in 2006. Abby has been the Chambersburg girls lacrosse team captain since her sophomore season, which was the program's inaugural season.
As the spring campaign here at Nyack comes to a close, our women's lacrosse team has wrapped up their third season since their start back in 2013. Check out this video recapping the 2015 spring season and get excited for what's in store for the returning Warrior squad and new additions joining the team this fall.
The Nyack College Department of Athletics hosted its annual awards celebration on Sunday evening, April 26th at the institution's Boon Campus Center. Individuals from all 11 varsity teams were honored by their respective coaches.
CACC women's lacrosse teams have come together and decided to sport the green color during every game this season in support of the Post University women's lacrosse team who lost a teammate earlier this year.
The CACC has released its 2015 All-CACC Women's Lacrosse All-Conference Team. Juniors Lauren Lebo (West Simsbury, CT) and Karly Walborn (Nyack, NY) were named to the All-CACC Second Team, as was announced by league Commissioner Dan Mara, after their impressive performances this regular season.
The first half was a tightly contested half that saw neiter team leading by more than two goals as the game recorded seven ties. Freshman Victoria Silvers scored a goal off a free position shot to give Nyack a 9-8 lead with 1:44 left in regulation until Ram Elizabeth Seitzinger snuck in a quick assurance goal with 00:04 remaining. The halftime score would reflect 9-9 going into the locker room break.
After a slow first half, Warrior Lacrosse would outscore the University of Bridgeport 6-2 in the second half but the late surge would not be enough as Nyack would get edged out on the road in a non-conference contest by a close final score of 10-8.
The Nyack College women's lacrosse team traveled to face Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC opponents from Georgian Court University where the Warriors would fall to a 17-7 decision to the Tigers.
The Nyack College women's lacrosse team traveled to take on the Chargers of Dominican College in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) contest where the Warriors would get topped by a final score of 18-8.
The Warriors will wear special t-shirts during their pre-game warm up vs. Chestnut Hill on March 31, 2015. The t-shirts are to help raise money for an organization called Lax-4-Life, "a national lacrosse campaign to provide and support programs geared toward adolescent and young adult suicide prevention awareness."
The Nyack College women's lacrosse team served as host to Chestnut Hill College in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) match where both teams fought hard in snow/rain mix. By the end of regulation the Griffins would top the Warriors by a final score of 16-15.
Karly and Karis Walborn would combine for 10 goals on the afternoon as the Warriors held strong to survive a late threat and defeat Post University 13-12. With the win Nyack jumps out to a 1-0 standing in CACC play (3-3 overall) while the Eagles drop to 0-1 in league play (0-6 overall).
The church had recently acquired a building in the town of Philippi that had been dormant for many years. The building needs a lot of work done and through a few connections, the team was able to volunteer in a joined effort for a successful work day at the new building.
In a 2-1 week, freshman Silvers has netted 11 goals which includes her shooting at 100.0 in the tough 10-9 loss to West Va. Wesleyan. Her re-defend has been strong coming up with 5 cause turnovers to go along with 6 ground balls in the past three games last week.
The Nyack College women's lacrosse team rallied back from a 2-5 trail going into the halftime break and would outscore their opponents from West Virginia Wesleyan College 7-5 in the second half, only to be edged out 10-9 by the end of regulation.
Midfielders Lauren Lebo and Karly Walborn each tallied 6 goals apiece as the Warriors scampered past Alderson-Broaddus University, 22-7, in an away contest played at the Battler Stadium in West Virginia
Captain Lauren Lebo netted a game-high 9 goals against Chowan University on Tuesday. The Warriors outshot the Hawks by a 42-31 margin, leading to a 23-14 victory for the women's lacrosse squad. Following their first win on the season, Nyack advances to 1-2 overall while Chowan ladrops to 0-4.
The Nyack College women's lacrosse team traveled to the neutral site campus of Iona College where the Warriors took on opponents from Pace University. The Setters would come out on top in this non-conference match-up by a final score of 15-5.
Nyack Warrior, Lauren Lebo (West Simsbury, CT), scored the 100th goal of her college lacrosse career this past Saturday against American International College (AIC), where the Warriors fell by just one point (17-16).
Lebo is currently tied at No. 5 in the NCAA Div. II national ranking for the most goals per game (5) and is tied at No. 3 in the nation for the most draws per game (7) this opening week. As a team, Nyack is also tied for 7th scoring offensively.
Taking the field for the first time since last April, the Nyack College women's lacrosse team hung tough with American International College (AIC) from the North East 10 Conference on Saturday afternoon and would get edged out by the score of 17-16.