Alexandra Troiano

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Storm washes away home sendoff, makes things harder for women’s volleyball team

The Queens College women’s volleyball team’s 3-9 conference record ensures another losing season. Starting Tuesday at NYIT, the team needs to win their final five games to even have a shot at the East Coast Conference playoffs this year. But don’t tell team captain and senior Suzanne Byrne they can’t make it, even despite the […]

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Upcoming games prove to be crucial for Knights

Despite their recent accomplishment in the regional rankings, the Queens College men’s soccer team missed their chance to clinch an ECC playoff position with their last two results and currently find themselves pressured to win the rest of their conference matches. The Knights, now ranked fourth in the ECC with a record of 3-2-2, found […]

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Men’s soccer continue good play

The Queens College Men’s Soccer Team continues through the second half of their season boasting a solid start with an overall record of 5-2-3 and a 3-1-2 record in conference play. They are now ranked third in the conference behind LIU Post and Bridgeport. The men’s most recent conference win over Molloy College (2-1) was […]

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Men’s soccer opens conference with draw

The Queens College men’s soccer team (2-1-2) started their conference schedule at home on Thursday with a scoreless draw against St. Thomas Aquinas. The crowd sat at the edge of their seats during an overtime consisting of two 10 minute halves, as both teams struggled to put the ball in the back of the net. […]

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Senior standout hopes final season is his best

Scoring the crucial goal against Bridgeport University which admitted the last ranked, 2011 Queens College men’s soccer team to the playoffs is a memory that will forever resonate within senior standout Daniel Stoker. However, Stoker, a starter and second-year captain, remembers this day for the result it left the underrated team, not for his personal […]

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