Men’s outdoor track & field placed second in the East Coast Conference (ECC) Championships and sixth at the NCCAA Championships. Malcolm Shaw’18 (Pickering, Ontario) qualified for the NCAA DII National Championships placing 15th in the javelin after winning the NCCAA Championships with a school record toss of 64.56 meters. The Redhawks earned ECC titles in seven different events and four athletes were named NCCAA All-Americans.
Women’s track & field team brought won the ECC title for the third straight year! They also took second at the NCCAA National Championships. The Redhawks earned ECC titles in five different events and eight athletes were named NCCAA All-Americans.
Men’s lacrosse finished the season with a 4-12 overall record. Alex Bianchi’18 (Rochester, NY) led with 44 points on 31 goals and 13 assists. Cody Menzies’19 (Ontario, Canada) led in the goal category with 34.
The women’s lacrosse team made it to the ECC Championships for the first time in the program’s history. They finished with a 7-11 overall record, including a 4-4 record in ECC play. Attacker Cassley Jackowski’17 (Lafayette, NY) was the leading point scorer with 83 goals and 35 assists. She also led NCAA Division II in points, points per game, goals, and goals per game. Jackowski also earned IWLCA All-American Third Team, IWLCA All-American North Region Second Team, and ECC First Team. Shannon Knapp’17 received ECC Second Team.
The men’s tennis team finished with a 13-12 overall record and narrowly missed out on the ECC Championships. Freshman Paul Langbroek (Munich, Germany) was 20-8 in singles play and 19-8 in doubles. He was named the ECC Rookie of the Year and earned ECC Player of the Week honors three times.