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8GOOD PLAY


4SPORTSWRAP


Field hockey. The Thoroughbreds advanced to the final four in NCAA Division III nationals for the sec- ond time in program history, after winning a third straight Liberty League championship and beating the College of New Jersey and Eastern University at NCAA re- gionals. The team finished 20-2, with a program-record 19 consec- utive wins. Liz Catinella ’11, Claire Superak ’11, and Christine Kemp ’11 earned All-America honors, and Coach Beth Hallenbeck was named league and regional Coach of the Year. Golf. Skidmore beat the University of Rochester by seven strokes to win a fourth straight Liberty League championship. The T’breds start the spring season ranked ninth nationally. Soccer. The women’s 10-5-3 record earned them an eighth straight postseason trip. Lindsay Schmitt ’11, the Liberty League’s Defensive Player of the Year, be- came the second All-American in the history of Thoroughbred women’s soccer.


The men finished at 7-8-4; two


GABE ZIEFF '12 (AT RIGHT) GETS A FACEFUL FROM HIS RIT OPPONENT.


players earned second-team all- league honors. Volleyball. Meredith Palmer ’11 made first-team AVCA Division III All-America, after leading her team to a 24-9 season record. Tennis. The doubles team of Spencer Cheng ’11 and Jimmy Sherpa ’14 (at right) earned All-America honors by win- ning the USTA/ITA north- east championship. The team seeks a fourth straight nation- al tournament bid in the spring. The women enter the spring ranked 19th nationally. They’ll play for a fifth straight nationals bid when the sea- son resumes in February. Molly Nolan ’14, Nataly Mendoza ’13, and Robyn Baird ’14 won New York State singles titles, while Nolan and Keirsten Sires ’14 took the NYS doubles crown. T’BRED HOTLINE. For full results and schedules, call 518-580-5393 anytime or go to www.skidmore.edu and click “athletics.”


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