Four of SJC Long Island‘s spring athletic teams will represent the College in the 2017 Skyline Conference playoffs — all with the same goal: To take home an NCAA Division III championship. A productive showing in the spring playoffs will put SJC Long Island in excellent position to claim yet another President’s Cup.
The St. Joseph’s College women’s lacrosse team earned its sixth-straight playoff bid, clinching the No. 2 seed in the Skyline Conference Championship. The Golden Eagles concluded their regular season campaign 8-8 (7-1), and will play SUNY Old Westbury at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 4.
The Golden Eagles finished to 19-15 on the year and 14-4 in conference play, good enough for second in the Skyline standings. The squad begin their quest for another Skyline Conference Championship, this Thursday, May 4, at top-seed Mount St. Mary. Live stats for the double elimination tournament will be available here.
The men’s baseball team finished its regular season with a 24-12 record (15-3) to claim the 2017 Skyline Conference regular-season title. The team will host the Skyline Conference Baseball Championship starting on May 5-7. And if that wasn’t impressive enough, the baseball team earned the No. 7 ranking in the first New York Regional poll voted on by the NCAA.
The Golden Eagles Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field squad heads Glassboro, New Jersey on May 6 to participate in the NJAC Championships. Qualifying athletes will then head to Westfield State University in Massachusetts for the ECAC Championships May 16. At a recent event in April, Madelyn Kowalevich broke the program record in the 100-meter hurdle with a 16.98 first-place time. Her twin sister, Mikayla, came in second in the event with a 17.30 time.
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