CUA’s Field Hockey and Women’s Soccer teams went into the Landmark Conference Finals on Saturday with top conference records; however despite valiant attempts, by both teams, the day proved to be a disappointing one for all, as both teams lost in overtime late Saturday afternoon. To read more about the games and both teams, visit the CUA Cardinals website.
CUA Women’s Soccer vs. Scranton last Wednesday
CUA Field Hockey vs. Juniata on Saturday at the Landmark Conference Final
In CUA’s Homecoming game, the Cardinals defeated the Generals, leading the team to a 5-1 Record. During the half-time festivities, seniors Joshua Baum and Liz Madio were crowned the Homecoming King and Queen. To see all the photos from the game and the half-time events click here.
From CUA Athletics:
“WASHINGTON- Greg Brown (Philadelphia, Pa./Malvern Prep) ran for 211 yards on 28 carries, while Keith Ricca broke the career passing mark, throwing for 287 yards and five touchdowns, as the Cardinals defeated the Generals of Washington & Lee in a shootout.” Read the full story here.
Working out a deal with Catholic University, the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals football team have been practicing at CUA’s Cardinal Stadium since their game against the Washington Redskins last Sunday. The professional football team, using both the Athletic Center and the football field, are preparing for their game against the New York Jets this upcoming weekend.
Today, members of the CUA Cardinal’s Football Team were able to meet members of the Arizona team.