Wells College women?s lacrosse midfielder Mackenzie Maloney earned North Eastern Athletic Conference Student-Athlete of the Week honors for the week ending April 15, 2018. Maloney, a junior from Huntington, N.Y. was the Women?s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week.
The Wells College women?s lacrosse team dominated the middle portion of the game and cruised to a 17-8 victory over Cazenovia College on Sunday, April 15 at the Wells Turf Field. Wells overcame an early deficit and scored 12 straight goals to claim the victory.
The Wells College men?s volleyball team lost in four sets to Lancaster Bible College in the North Eastern Athletic Conference tournament championship match on Sunday, April 15.Wells concluded the 2018 season with a 21-8 overall record, which set program bests for total wins and winning percentage.
The Wells College men?s volleyball team won its North Eastern Athletic Conference semifinal playoff match in four sets over SUNY Poly on Saturday, April 14 at Lancaster, Pa. Set scores were 29-27, 21-25, 25-22, 25-21 in favor of the Express.
The NEAC announced its 2018 Men?s Volleyball All-Conference Teams and award winners on Wednesday, April 11. Brannon Perdicho and Caden O?Loughlin earned places on the All-NEAC First Team. Robert Patzer was the NEAC Rookie of the Year and earned Third Team honors, and Josh Undari also made the Third Team.
The Wells College men?s volleyball team had two players honored by the North Eastern Athletic Conference as student-athletes of the week for the week ending April 8. Brannon Perdicho was the Player of the Week and Caden O?Loughlin was the Defensive Player of the Week.
The Wells College softball team split a NEAC doubleheader against Morrisville State College on Tuesday, April 10. Wells earned a 6-0 win in the opening game behind a two-hit shutout pitched by Naomi Kubo. Morrisville took the second game 6-4.
The Wells College softball team challenged traditional conference power Keuka in two games Monday, April 9 at the Wells Turf Field. Keuka took the first game 1-0 and won the second game 9-0 in five innings.
The Wells College men?s volleyball team won its final two matches of the regular season on Saturday, April 7. The Express established a single-season wins record with its 20th win of the season. Wells honored seniors Mike Hartman, Scott Litvin and Brannon Perdicho prior to the second match.
The Wells College women's lacrosse team defeated SUNY Poly 13-11 on Friday, April 6 at the Wells Turf Field. Savanah Connors led Wells with seven goals, and six of them were assisted by Renee Bartosz. Bartosz finished with eight points on two goals and six assists.
The Wells College men?s volleyball team maintained its hold on second place in the North Eastern Athletic Conference with a three-set win over visiting Wilson College on Friday, April 6 at the Schwartz Center. Set scores were 25-20, 25-12, 25-17.
The Wells College softball team began its conference season with a win and loss against SUNY Cobleskill on Wednesday, March 28 at the Wells Turf Field in Aurora, N.Y. Wells took the opening game 5-2 and Cobleskill held on for a 9-8 win in the second game.
The Wells College baseball team traveled to SUNY Cortland and lost 17-4 against the Red Dragons at Wallace Field in Cortland on Wednesday, March 28. Cortland is ranked 14th in the latest D3baseball.com top-25 poll.
The Wells College men?s lacrosse team broke open a close game with a run of nine goals over the second and third quarters and went on to an 18-6 victory over visiting Medaille College on Tuesday, March 27.
The Wells College baseball team dropped both ends of a doubleheader on Monday, March 26 against Alfred State at the Wells Turf Field. Alfred State held on for a 3-2 win in the opening game and then came away with an 11-0 win in the second game.