Fall sports teams wrap up season

By Kimberly White
October 21, 2004

Jenna Nash

As their excitement and effort-filled seasons quickly come to an end both athletes and fans anticipate the upcoming Pennsylvania Athletic Conference titles.

“We have four PAC matches left and our goal is to play well in them and to make playoffs,” junior volleyball captain, Kacie Green, said.

Cabrini’s volleyball team has a record of 12-7 overall and 4-2 in the PAC this season. Many of the women on the team, along with their coaches feel as though winning the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference title is within their reach. “Our team is playing really well together and one of our greatest strengths is that we never give up,” Green said. “I love being captain…I feel that it is my job to keep everyone positive and focused on the court…and also to keep everyone up.”

The women of the volleyball team are motivated enough to win the PAC title. They are a talented group of players who have the dedication and perseverance to reach their goals.

The women on Cabrini’s soccer team suffered a hardship when they lost two of their best players earlier this season. After striving for a successful season the women are hopeful and confident that they still have a chance to compete for the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference title.

“This year we had a hard start, with losing two key starters, but we are pulling through the rest of the season consisting of all PAC games and that is what matters in our record so we still have a good chance this season,” third year player, Lorenea Meskill said.

“Yeah, we can win it,” junior, Adrienne Baldwin said.

The women’s soccer team has a 2-7-1 record overall and a 2-1-1 in the PAC. The women’s team won the PAC last year and is hoping to repeat the success again this season. Meskill said while in fourth place in the playoffs last year the team beat Gwynedd-Mercy College in the championship. All women are confident that although they have dealt with the hardships of losing two important players this year, they are dedicated enough to succeed and win the title again.

After experiencing an eventful season the players of the Men’s soccer team seem somewhat less confident than the previously mentioned women’s teams, regarding the possibility of a Pennsylvania Athletic Conference title. Casey Marshall, junior at Cabrini and third-year player, said “I don’t think we can win the PAC title, but we could make playoffs.”

The team’s record this season is 5-6-3 overall and 3-2-1 in the PAC. In order to make the playoffs Marshall said they must defeat both Eastern and Arcadia in their upcoming games.

The players of the volleyball team and women’s and men’s soccer teams are enduring stress, excitement and anticipation as each sports season is coming to an end. All players face the possibility of participating in the playoffs and in competing for the PAC title. For the most part the players are confident and believe that finishing their season and bringing home the PAC is a likely possibility.

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