IRVING, Texas – The University of Dallas men’s soccer team fell to Colorado College 2-1 on Sunday afternoon. CC grabbed a 2-0 lead after Will Mallory scored at the 24:56 mark after his teammate found him at the center of the box. Moments later a penalty kick was awarded to the Tigers after a handball in the box, which they converted. Dallas got a late goal in the half from Carlos Trevino (Southlake, Texas) to pull Dallas closer. The first half score held up in the end, but UD had several opportunities late that just could not quite find the net.
IRVING, Texas - The University of Dallas volleyball team finished the regular season at the Maher Center on Saturday night with a 1-1 split on the day. After a setback to No. 6 Colorado College in the afternoon, the Crusaders battled back-and-forth with Centenary College as three-of-five sets were determined by three points or less. The Crusaders (13-16, 6-7 SCAC) picked up the crucial victory to keep pace in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) standings for a remaining spot in the tournament in three weeks.
ABILENE, Texas – The University of Dallas women’s cross country team competed at the Bill Libby Invitational on Saturday. Anna Wilgenbusch (St. Paul, Minn.) won her sixth-straight race is as many competitions and also broke her own school record from last week in the 6k race finishing with a time of 22:23.4. Wilgenbusch continues to shine on the course as she broke her previous record of 22:41.80. Dallas finished sixth out of eight team competing with 129 points.
IRVING, Texas – The University of Dallas men’s soccer team triumphed over Johnson & Wales University (CO) 3-2 on Friday evening. The Crusaders (4-6-1, 2-1-1 SCAC) gained some late game magic when Brady McNamara (San Antonio, Texas) found the back of the net at the 89:12 mark after a nice feed from Tomas DePetris (Houston, Texas) to prevent Dallas from going to its second consecutive overtime match.
IRVING, Texas - The University of Dallas volleyball team split Friday's matches of the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) Divisional in the Maher Center. The first three sets with Southwestern University were decided by three points or less, as the Crusaders (12-15, 5-6 SCAC) dropped the second meeting of the season to the Pirates in four sets. The Crusaders rebounded to a straight set sweep over Schreiner University in the nightcap.
IRVING, Texas- The University of Dallas women's soccer team remained unbeaten in Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) play, winning its fourth match in a row via a 2-0 result over Johnson & Wales University-Denver on Friday night.
MICHELLE MACINTYRE OF UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, a sophomore defender on the women's soccer team from Houston, Texas, has been selected the SCAC Character & Community Female Student-Athlete of the Week for the week beginning October 14.
ANNA WILGENBUSCH OF UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, a sophomore from St. Paul, Minn., has been named the SCAC Women’s Runner of the Week for meets ran Friday, October 11 and Saturday, October 12. This is the third time this season Wilgenbush has claimed the weekly honor. She also won weeks 3 and 4 to give her a personal-best how many times an individual has earned the accolade. The three times by a Dallas women's cross country runner matches the most times a member of the program has been tabbed Conference Runner of the Week with the 2012 season.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas – The University of Dallas men’s golf team shaved five strokes off its first round team total for a 300 score, but remained tied for seventh by the conclusion of the Alamo City Classic on Tuesday. Host school Trinity University prevailed with a 592 (294, 298) over the pair of rounds at The Quarry Golf Club. University of Mary Hardin-Baylor claimed second with a 593 (292, 301), and Hardin Simmons University rounded out the top three with a 594 (298, 298).
SAN ANTONIO, Texas – The University of Dallas women’s golf team concluded the second round of the Alamo Classic at the Par 71 course at the Quarry Golf Club on Tuesday. UD finished seventh ahead of Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) opponent Centenary College. Claire Kirby (Lubbock, Texas) improved by two shots on the day for a 202 (102, 100) to lead the Crusaders. Kirby finished 33rd overall.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas – The University of Dallas men’s golf team completed round one of the Alamo City Classic on Monday. The Crusaders carded a 305 to tie for seventh with Texas Lutheran University. Other Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) opponents competing include host Trinity University and Schreiner University, who happen to be in second and third place, respectively. University of Mary Hardin-Baylor leads the group with a 292, just two strokes ahead of Trinity and three better than Schreiner.
IRVING, Texas – The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) requires athletics data to be submitted annually via a web-based data collection, by all co-educational postsecondary institutions that receive Title IV funding and that have an intercollegiate athletic program, to prepare an annual report to the Department of Education on athletic participation, staffing, and revenues and expenses, by men's and women's teams. The Department will use this information in preparing its required report to the Congress on gender equity in intercollegiate athletics.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Dayjah Whyte (Round Rock, Texas) represented the University of Dallas volleyball team by being named to the 2019 Baden Invitational All-Tournament Team released on Sunday. Whyte joined six other players, including three from host school Washington University (MO) who were 3-0 over their home invitational.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The University of Dallas volleyball team split a 2-2 weekend at the Baden Invitational hosted by Washington University (MO) on Friday and Saturday. The Crusaders (11-14) went 1-1 each day by winning the early matchup each time. Dallas edged Lakeland University, 3-1, and Monmouth College (IL), 3-2. It dropped matches to Washington and University of Wisconsin-Stout.
IRVING, Texas – The University of Dallas men’s soccer team slipped past Austin College 1-0 in double overtime. Hunter Haugland (Bixby, Okla.) scored the game-winner in the 105th minute of play after he was fed a nice ball by Chase Reynolds (Southlake, Texas) to give Dallas the victory. UD (3-6-1, 1-1-1 SCAC) was outshot 18-15 in the contest, but was able to snag its first conference victory on the season.
IRVING, Texas – The University of Dallas women’s soccer team scored once each half and limited Austin College to three shots in a 2-0 victory on Friday night to extend its Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) winning streak to a program-best three matches. The shutout stretch also extended through league play with Olivia Severson (La Crosse, Wis.) and the Crusaders (6-4-1, 3-0 SCAC) stout defense not surrendering a goal in the last 275:17 minutes.
MARSHALL, Texas - Anna Wilgenbush (St. Paul, Minn.) headlined the University of Dallas women's cross country team's second first place finish in the last week with her fifth straight individual first place mark in as many meets and broke a school record in the 6k. On Friday, the Crusaders totaled 37 points for the lowest score that was ahead of LeTourneau University (70) and Cottey College (71).
MARSHALL, Texas – The University of Dallas men’s cross-country team finished sixth at the ETBU Tiger Invitational on Friday. John James (Metairie, La.) led the Crusaders with a 19th place finish with a time of 29:31. Stephen Brennan (Tulsa, Okla.) and Andrew Maal (Pueblo West, Colo.) took the second and third spots for UD finishing 31st and 32nd, respectively.
ALYSSA MENCACCI OF THE UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, a freshman midfielder from League City, Texas, has been named the SCAC Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week for games played through Sunday, October 6th.