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Monday, September 21, 2020

Coach Profile: Eileen Coyle

Corey Giacovelli Staff Writer The Utica College athletic department now has a Hall of Famer on its staff. Women’s soccer coach Eileen Coyle is a member of the Herkimer County Community College Hall of Fame, following a highly successful playing career. She led the Generals to a...

Babb and Mayo lead UC over Saxons

Shane Kelly, Staff Writer The Utica College women’s basketball team put on a dominating performance against conference opponent Alfred University this past Saturday at home, winning 75-59. As soon as tip-off began UC came out strong. A full-court press was used for the majority of the...

Kieffer looks to ‘keep the culture’

Jim McLaughlin, Sports Editor  Since the departure of former field hockey head coach Sarah Elleman, field hockey interim head coach Nikki Kieffer has only seen a slight change to her role. Elleman left UC after accepting the head coaching position at Stockton University and Kieffer was...

UC volleyball ends weekend with a win

James McClendon Staff Writer Looking to carry over the momentum from their last match, the Utica College volleyball team headed to participate in the SUNY Potsdam tournament on Friday and Saturday. The Pioneers, coming off their 3-0 victory over SUNY Cobleskill, faced four opponents in the...

Women’s Cross Country Finding Success

Nick McAdam, Tangerine Clerk The Utica Pioneers women’s cross country team is seemingly on top of the world right now. The squad has opened their first three contests with first place finishes against SUNY Poly, Alfred University and Mitchell College. Utica’s recent invitational in Connecticut resulted...

Cold Weather Won’t Keep the Pioneers from Playing Hard

Mark Mitchell, Staff Writer Whether it’s rain, sleet or snow, the Pioneers will be out on the field practicing and playing each week so that they are ready for their games to come. During the fall season, athletes can begin to run into harsh weather conditions...

Michele Davis Continues to Find Success Through Devotion to Players

By Samuel Northrup, Editor-In-Chief While growing up in South Utica, Michele Davis had two options to keep herself busy after Sunday morning church service let out: she could watch the day’s NASCAR race with her father, which she found boring with the exception of car...

Miceli makes history

Andrew Mazzatti Staff Writer On Monday night, the record books for the Utica College women’s basketball team added one more name as Mary Miceli broke into the 1,000-point club, but lost to Hamilton College 67-65. The senior guard would put together a 28-point performance en route to...

Coach profile: James Lemieux

Anthony Cittadino, Sports Editor   The Utica College track and field team added a strong member to their coaching staff in the fall of 2014, coach James Lemieux. Since his hiring, Lemieux has specialized in all throwing events for the Pioneers. His presence here at UC...

UC falls to Stevens as seniors say farewell

Anthony Cittadino, Asstistant Copy Editor The Utica College women’s basketball team hosted Stevens Institute of Technology in a heated conference match up Saturday afternoon. The Pioneers held their own in this one against the top team in the Empire 8 standings, but fell short, losing 69-61. The...