Today, we have an interview with graduate business student Amanda Clemens, to share her experience as a player on the women’s lacrosse team. Since Amanda graduated early, she is still eligible to play lacrosse as a graduate student. Continue Reading
Mount Saint Mary College takes Old Westbury in Skyline League action on Jan. 11, 2017.
Knight Life caught up with Jessica Rini, MSMC Women’s Basketball captain, to discuss what it’s like being a student athlete here at the Mount.
KL: What is your favorite aspect of basketball?
JR: My favorite part of playing basketball is when you are in the lead, and it starts to look like it’s impossible for the other team to come back. When someone makes a shot, the whole team shares the excitement. Another great feeling is when you’re down by 10 or so points and you begin to come back. The climb back up is filled with so much intensity and determination. Honestly, during moments like that, you just feel unstoppable. Continue Reading
Mount students Sarah Favata (left) and Margaret Treacy talked to Knight Life about their experiences during Spirit Week.
Knight Life: What were the big Spirit Week activities?
Sarah Favata: Mount Olympics, PowderPuff, Bonfire
Student Margaret Treacy talked to Knight Life about her experience at Alumni and Family Weekend.
Knight Life: What were some of the activities at this year’s Alumni and Family Weekend?
Margaret Treacy: The family BBQ, wine tasting, the boat cruise, and the carnival night.
Freshman Shanice Robe recently became the first player in women’s soccer program history to be named the Skyline Conference Player of the Year. Robe led the entire NCAA, including Divisions I, II, and III, with 35 goals and 74 points this season. She helped the Knights to a record of 17-4-1 and a berth in the ECAC Metro Region Tournament.
Knight Life: When did you start playing soccer?
Shanice Robe: I started playing when I was very young, I guess at about two. I grew up playing on concrete, most of the time in bare feet. The majority of the time I would play with the boys. They wouldn’t worry about marking me until I touched the ball and they saw what I could do.