Jovanni Garcia tallied two goals as the American International College men’s soccer team erased a 3-1 second-half deficit to defeat the Franklin Pierce University Ravens 4-3 Wednesday evening in a rain-soaked Northeast-10 Conference affair at Abdow Field.
Due to the threat of widespread thunderstorms, the Northeast-10 Conference men's soccer contest between Franklin Pierce University and American International College has been rescheduled to Wednesday.
Adelphi University men’s soccer sophomore forward Taylor Kaczynski tallied his third goal of the season while Ofek Pinto added an insurance marker as the no. 14 nationally-ranked Panthers came into Sodexo Field and defeated the Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer team 2-0 Saturday afternoon in Northeast-10 Conference action. With the victory, the Panthers increase their record to 11-1-2, 9-1-1 NE10 while the Ravens slide to 6-5-2 overall and 4-5-2 NE10.
The Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer team controlled the pace of the game and outshot the no. 9 nationally-ranked Merrimack College Warriors, but the hosts shutout the Ravens 1-0 Wednesday evening in Northeast-10 Conference action at Martone-Mejail Field. With the win, the Warriors jump to 12-1-1 overall and remain undefeated in league play at 9-0-1 while the Crimson and Grey drop to 6-4-2 and 4-4-2 NE10.
RINDGE, N.H. (November 15, 2017) – Over the weekend, the Franklin Pierce University women’s ice hockey team held its “Skate for Autism” campaign, in conjunction with its home games against Saint Michael’s on Friday and Saturday at the Jason Ritchie Ice Arena. In all, the initiative raised $5000, which will be donated to the New England Center for Children in Southborough, Mass.
Our favorite shots from the week that was in Raven Nation. Photos from Nov. 6 through Nov. 12, 2017.
Ravens men's basketball opened the season over the weekend with a pair of wins at the SNHU Tournament. On Monday, our Matt Cerullo caught up with senior forward Asante Sandiford to discuss the opening weekend, an upcoming week full of rivalry games and... his NHL talents?
Ravens women's basketball opened the season with a split on the road in tournament action at Holy Family over the weekend. On Monday, our Tyler Aragao was able to chat with head coach Jen Wedo about the team's season openers, evaluating her process as she opens her second year and... her inner Indiana Jones.