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Back to Winning Ways; Field Hockey Bests Saint Michael’s

By Michael Otero Sports Editor After starting the season 8-0 and climbing to the no. 1 ranking in Division II, the Pioneers hit a few bumps on the road. In the midst of a three-game losing streak, for which the team was on the wrong side of consecutive one-goal deciders, the field hockey…

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By Michael Otero Sports Editor After piling up win after win, the no. 1-ranked Pioneers were finally dealt a blow, losing their first match of the season to NE-10 rival Adelphi University, 2-1, on Wednesday, Oct. 5. The Pioneers fell behind early, but never got rattled. As time began to…

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By Michael Otero Sports Editor After an overtime loss at the hands of no. 1 ranked Bentley University, the Pioneers were back in action on Friday, Oct. 30, in their regular season wrap-up against Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire. Their matchup featured three total goals, two of them coming…

Athlete of the Week: Keliann Margiotta

By Thomas Scavetta Assistant Sports Editor Keliann Margiotta is a senior who is double-majoring in speech pathology and audiology, with a minor in psychology. Margiotta hails from Sewell, N.J., and serves as a forward for the Field Hockey team as they look to get over the hump and win the…

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By Michael Otero Sports Editor Coming off their third straight one-goal victory, the Pioneers, led by sophomore defender Grace Ilias and her two goals, ousted Pace University by a score of 3-1 from Bethpage Federal Credit Union Stadium on Wednesday, Oct. 21. Ilias didn’t take long to get her team…

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By Michael Otero Sports Editor Freshman forward Emily Miller’s lone goal on the day was enough for the Pioneers to upend Saint Michael’s College who was visiting LIU Post on Saturday, Oct. 17. The goal came in the 10th minute off of a rebound from junior midfielder Steph Mocerino. Even…

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By Michael Otero Sports Editor Coming off a loss against Adelphi University, the Pioneers looked to bounce back when they welcome Lindenwood University to Pioneer Country. The non-conference matchup featured three total goals, but it was the Pioneers who claimed the 2-1 victory. After a scoreless first half, the Pioneers…

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By Michael Otero Sports Editor The Pioneers rebounded after back-to- back losses on Wednesday, Sept. 30, with a 2-0 win against Dowling College, but their winning ways came to a halt there as they suffered a 2-0 loss to Saint Anselm College on Saturday, Oct. 3. Saint Anselm got on…