The wrestling team recorded 99.5 points and finished in fifth place over the weekend at the Ithaca College Invitational. Freshman Steven Nogradi won all five of his competitions en route to winning the 133-lb. bracket. Freshman Raymond Jazikoff was able to advance to the finals of the 157-lb. bracket.
Men’s Swimming and Diving
The men’s swimming team finished in first at the NYU Invitational over the weekend. The Violets finished the meet with a total of 1,045 points. Senior co-captain Jerry Crowley broke two pool records on the second day of the meet when he won the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 49.66 and the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 44.81. Freshman Austin Palmer also broke the 400 individual medley with a time of 4:08:82.
Women’s Swimming and Diving
The women’s swimming team finished in first ahead of the three other competitors at the NYU Invitational over the weekend. The Violets finished the quad-meet with a total of 1,064 points. Second place was awarded to Stevens Institute, who totaled 836 points. Freshman Elise Gibbs won the 100-yard breaststroke with 1:07.39, breaking a previous pool record she set earlier this year.
Men’s Cross Country
The NYU men’s cross country team finished in 13th place among 43 teams that competed in the ECAC Championship over the weekend, also in Westfield. This was the first time NYU had competed in an ECAC Championship race in over a decade. Senior Justin Turlip was the Violets’ top performer with a time of 26:47.6 and a 43rd-place finish.
Women’s Cross Country
Several members of the NYU women’s cross country team participated in the ECAC Championship on Saturday in Westfield, Massachusetts. Because NYU did not have a full seven members, they were not scored in the team category. Only three Violets participated in the 6K race. Junior Becky Turlip finished with the best time for the Violets at an impressive time of 24:01.9, which was good for 47th place out of 338 athletes.
The men’s soccer team fell 1-0 to Brandeis University in the season finale on Saturday at Gaelic Park. The Violets finished the season with a record of 11-6 and said goodbye to seniors Mickey Ingerman and Justin Suter. Sophomore goalie Lucas Doucette kept the Violets in the game with seven saves, but it was not enough for a win.
The women’s soccer team ended the season with a 0-0 tie in double overtime against Brandeis University at Gaelic Park. The Violets finished the season with a record of 11-5-2, which earned them third place in the UAA standings and the best finish for tenured head coach Michele Canning. Sophomore goalie Cassie Steinberg recorded 12 saves, which was four more than her career-best. An announcement later today will decide whether the Violets get a bid to play in the NCAA DIII Tournament for the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championship.
A version of this article appeared in the Monday, Nov. 10 print edition. Email Kyle Luther at [email protected]