Two Wagner College soccer players took home weekly Northeast Conference (NEC) honors for their performances in a 3-2 season opener last Friday at Rider.
This is the first time since November 3, 2014 that a pair of Seahawks have each won weekly conference honors on the same day, joining former stars Megan Fritz and Katie Marcy, who took home player and player honors respectively. defensive of the week.
Carr and Roe connected on the first goal of the game at the start of the second half. The Broncs tried to move the ball but Roe managed to telegraph the pass and start the counterattack for the visitors. The first-year midfielder was able to send a well-timed pass to Carr, who dribbled the rest of the way while delivering a low left-footed strike that put the Greens and Whites ahead.
In the 71st minute, Carr passed his defender and found the right place to score his second goal of the game. Newcomer Mia Tessier brought the ball to the right side and crossed it to Carr, who jumped over a defender and directed the ball past the keeper to take Wagner’s lead to 3-1.
For Carr, she is the first Seahawk to score two or more goals in a game since Maria Nunez did so on August 25, 2019 against Delaware State. Additionally, the Perryville, Md. Native is the first Wagner player to score twice in a game on Opening Night since 2003. In addition to today’s announcement, Carr joins his junior teammate and captain, Annie Blanche, on the NEC Prime Performers list.
White scored Wagner’s second goal of the game, as the Rocky Hill, Connecticut native was able to redirect the ball after Kayla barbosa sent him from the corner.
Wagner prepares for his home opener against St. Peter’s tonight at 7 p.m.
Former Wagner women’s lacrosse coach to remove jersey
Former Wagner College women’s lacrosse coach and former Syracuse University football greats Katie Rowan Thomson will have her number withdrawn by the Orangemen at a ceremony later this year, the school said.
Rowan Thomson, who has family on the island, is currently the head coach of the University of Albany women’s lacrosse program.
Considered the best female lacrosse player of all time in Syracuse, she ranks ninth on the NCAA Division I career roster in points (396) and 11th in assists (164).
She helped Syracuse qualify for the Women’s Lacrosse Final Four for the first time in 2008. She was a finalist for the Tewaaraton Award in 2008, and has continued to play for the US National Team.
Flag football clinic for special needs
9-11 Flag Football President Mike Fidanza aims to give back to the community.
Recently, the organization made its annual donation to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
Additionally, Fidanza recently announced free clinics for players with speed needs every Saturday starting in mid-September at Bloomingdale Park.
Fidanza always talks about how inclusive flag football is and says it shouldn’t be any different for players with special needs.
For more information, please call Fidanza at 347-992-5755.
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