Women’s Soccer Continues Winning Season

Christina Christodoulou On September 16, the Drew University women’s soccer team continued their winning streak with a 7-2 victory over Delaware Valley. Their season record now stands at 4-2-0. Less than three minutes into play, Alex Gilgorri (‘19) found the back of the net to jumpstart Drew’s offensive success. In the fifth minute, Gilgorri added an assist to her stats when Sarah Racine (’21) scored … Continue reading Women’s Soccer Continues Winning Season

Why Does the Whistle Blow So Much in Field Hockey?

Josephine Emanuelli This year marks the 50th year that women’s sports have been at Drew, and to mark this occasion, the Acorn will be doing a series highlighting the women’s sports on campus as well as the women’s coaches and the histories of the sports. To begin the series, the first article will be explaining the game of field hockey, the first women’s sport at … Continue reading Why Does the Whistle Blow So Much in Field Hockey?

Men’s Soccer Extends Winning Streak to Four

Josephine Emanuelli The men’s soccer team is proving themselves to be unstoppable, winning their last two games to extend their winning streak to four and move their record to 7-0-1, just in time to open Landmark Conference play this Saturday. The Rangers won a close matchup against Manhattanville on September 16, beating the Valiants 2-1. The Rangers took the lead early, when Aidan Cserhat (‘20) … Continue reading Men’s Soccer Extends Winning Streak to Four

Sarah Racine Named for Two Athlete of the Week Nods

Josephine Emanuelli In her inaugural season in the Forest, Sarah Racine (‘21) has made a quick impact on the Rangers offense, leading the team with five goals this season, three of which have been over the last two games. She is tied for first in points for the team with 10 . These accomplishments have earned Racine her first Landmark Conference Offensive Player of the … Continue reading Sarah Racine Named for Two Athlete of the Week Nods

Men’s Golf Opens Season

Alexa Fitzgerald Drew University men’s golf kicked off their inaugural season at one of Division III golf’s most prestigious tournaments over the weekend of September 16th and 17th in Middlebury, VT. In a highly competitive field of 22 teams, the Rangers placed placed 19th with a team score of 637 at the Middlebury Duke Nelson Invitational. Ryan Fitzsimmons (‘21) was Drew’s top performer for the … Continue reading Men’s Golf Opens Season

Field Hockey Drops Battle of Madison Ave

Mal Vishwanath The Drew University field hockey team fell to Delaware Valley University on Saturday, September 21, with a score of 0-2. Madi Sheetz (’18) attempted two shots, and Kate Todero (’19) attempted one, but their attempts were all saved by the Aggies’ goalkeeper. The Rangers’ goalkeeper Goalkeeper Ryann Callaghan (’19) remained a force to contend with, as she made 10 saves throughout the game, … Continue reading Field Hockey Drops Battle of Madison Ave

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Athlete Spotlight: Alex Gilgorri, Women’s Soccer

Josephine Emanuelli Alex Gilgorri (‘19) is new to the Forest following her transfer from NJIT, but in her second semester here she is wasting no time making a huge impact on the women’s soccer team’s offense. Thus far, she has scored four goals and made two assists for the Rangers. She is second on the team for goals scored and tied for most points, with … Continue reading Athlete Spotlight: Alex Gilgorri, Women’s Soccer