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Mackenzie Donahue
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AMHERST, N.Y. - Men's soccer player Cole Beale (Hamburg, N.Y./Hamburg) and cross country runner Mackenzie Donahue (East Aurora, N.Y./East Aurora) have been named Daemen College's Bedore Tours Student-Athletes of the Month for September.

After scoring once in 17 games last season, Beale, a 5-foot-10 sophomore forward, scored four goals in September, helping Daemen win three of their first seven outings this season.  He opened the year by scoring the game-winning goal in Daemen's 2-1 road victory over the College of St. Rose on September 6.  He then added Daemen's lone tally in a hard-luck 2-1 defeat to Slippery Rock University on September 13, before registering a pair of goals, including the game-winner, during the Wildcats' 3-1 win over Gannon University three days laster.  The two-goal outing vs. Gannon was the first multi-goal game of Beale's career.

Presently, Beale leads the team in goals, game-winning goals and shots on goal (10).  His four goals rank seventh in the East Coast Conference so far this season.

Donahue, a 5-foot-2 sophomore, opened the season with back-to-back top-10 finishes, giving her a streak of eight consecutive such performances.  Donahue finished the Le Moyne Alumni Short Course Invitational, a 4K race, in sixth place with a time of 15:11.97 back on September 6.  She went on to finish in fourth place at the Penn State Behrend Invitational on September 13, running that race, a more traditional 5K, in 19:36.4.

Donahue's string of top-10 finishes was snapped at the ultra-competitive Harry F. Anderson Invitational on September 27, although she still came in as the Wildcats' top scorer in the race, finishing in 28th place with a season-best time of 19:18.9.

This selection is Donahue's second for Student-Athlete of the Month.  She last earned the honor for September of 2013.
Cole Beale
Men's Soccer
AMHERST, N.Y. - Men's soccer player Cole Beale (Hamburg, N.Y./Hamburg) and cross country runner Mackenzie Donahue (East Aurora, N.Y./East Aurora) have been named Daemen College's Bedore Tours Student-Athletes of the Month for September.

After scoring once in 17 games last season, Beale, a 5-foot-10 sophomore forward, scored four goals in September, helping Daemen win three of their first seven outings this season.  He opened the year by scoring the game-winning goal in Daemen's 2-1 road victory over the College of St. Rose on September 6.  He then added Daemen's lone tally in a hard-luck 2-1 defeat to Slippery Rock University on September 13, before registering a pair of goals, including the game-winner, during the Wildcats' 3-1 win over Gannon University three days laster.  The two-goal outing vs. Gannon was the first multi-goal game of Beale's career.

Presently, Beale leads the team in goals, game-winning goals and shots on goal (10).  His four goals rank seventh in the East Coast Conference so far this season.

Donahue, a 5-foot-2 sophomore, opened the season with back-to-back top-10 finishes, giving her a streak of eight consecutive such performances.  Donahue finished the Le Moyne Alumni Short Course Invitational, a 4K race, in sixth place with a time of 15:11.97 back on September 6.  She went on to finish in fourth place at the Penn State Behrend Invitational on September 13, running that race, a more traditional 5K, in 19:36.4.

Donahue's string of top-10 finishes was snapped at the ultra-competitive Harry F. Anderson Invitational on September 27, although she still came in as the Wildcats' top scorer in the race, finishing in 28th place with a season-best time of 19:18.9.

This selection is Donahue's second for Student-Athlete of the Month.  She last earned the honor for September of 2013.
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10.18.14 | Men's Cross Country
OBERLIN, Ohio - The Daemen College men's cross country got back in action today, competing at the Inter-Regional Rumble hosted by Oberlin College after a two-week hiatus from racing.

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10.18.14 | Women's Volleyball
OAKDALE, N.Y. – Junior Jessica Kalbfleisch (Ridge, N.Y.) totaled 19 kills and seven digs to lead Dowling College to a 3-0 victory over Daemen College here today in East Coast Conference women's volleyball action.

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10.18.14 | Women's Tennis
AMHERST, N.Y. - Due to the weather system moving through the area, today's East Coast Conference women's tennis match between Daemen College and St. Thomas Aquinas College has been moved indoors to Miller Tennis Center.

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10.17.14 | Women's Volleyball

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – Senior Biljana Savic (Novi Sad, Serbia) totaled six kills, 16 assists, five service aces and seven digs to lead the University of Bridgeport to a 3-0 victory over Daemen College here tonight in East Coast Conference women's volleyball action



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10.17.14 | Men's Soccer
FLUSHING, N.Y. - The Daemen College men's soccer team saw its two-game winning steak snapped, as the Wildcats dropped a 2-0 decision to host Queens College today in East Coast Conference action at QC Soccer Field.  Today's result drops the Wildcats to 5-6 overall this season, and 2-4 in the ECC, while Queens jumps to 4-7 overall and 2-5 in the league.

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10.17.14 | Women's Soccer
FLUSHING, N.Y. - The Daemen College women's soccer team suffered its third straight setback, dropping a 3-1 decision to host Queens College today in East Coast Conference action at QC Soccer Field.  With tthe loss, Daemen is left still searching for its first league win of the season at 0-5-1, while falling to 3-10-1 overall.  Queens, meanwhile, picked up its first ECC win of 2014 (1-4-1) while jumping to 3-7-2 overall.

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10.16.14 | Women's Volleyball
THE LEAD: The Daemen College women's volleyball team travels to Connecticut and Long Island this weekend for East Coast Conference matches against the University of Bridgeport (Oct. 17) and Dowling College (Oct. 18).

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10.16.14 | Men's Soccer
THE LEAD: The Daemen College men's soccer team hits the road this weekend for East Coast Conference games at Queens College (Oct. 17) and Molloy College (Oct. 19)…the Wildcats enter the weekend having won three of their last four games.

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10.16.14 | Women's Soccer
THE LEAD: The Daemen College women's soccer team hits the road this weekend for East Coast Conference games at Queens College (Oct. 17) and Molloy College (Oct. 19)…it marks the final two conference road games for Daemen, which closes out the regular season with three-straight home games.

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10.15.14 | Women's Volleyball
AMHERST, N.Y. - The Daemen College women's volleyball team fell to visiting Roberts Wesleyan College in three sets (22-25, 20-25, 14-25) in an East Coast Conference match tonight at Lumsden Gymnasium, closing out the Wildcats' season-long four-match home-stand.

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10.14.14 | Men's Golf
STATE COLLEGE, PA – The Daemen College men's golf team accomplished one of it's preseason goals and captured it's third consecutive USCAA National Championship Tuesday afternoon with a final round score of 300 at the Penn State Blue Course, finishing seven shots better than runner-up Rochester College.

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10.14.14 | Women's Soccer
AMHERST, N.Y. - An improbable goal in the 89th minute sunk the Daemen College women's soccer team as the Wildcats dropped a 2-1 decision to visiting Mansfield University in non-conference action under the lights at Dimp Wagner Stadium tonight.

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10.14.14 | General
AMHERST, N.Y. - The Daemen College Department of Athletics and Office of Student Affairs announced today that in preparation for the upcoming 2014-15 men's and women's basketball campaigns, "Blue Madness" will hit Lumsden Gymnasium this Saturday, October 19, beginning at 8 p.m.

The annual event will once again be centered around introductions of the men's and women's basketball teams.  Each team will compete in a three-point shooting contest and conduct brief intra-squad scrimmage, and the men's squad take part in a dunk contest.

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10.14.14 | Women's Tennis
AMHERST, N.Y. - Daemen College head women's tennis coach Stephen Beatty announced today that his team's schedule match this Thursday, Oct. 16 vs. Dowling College will be cancelled.

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10.14.14 | Women's Volleyball
THE LEAD: The Daemen College women's volleyball team plays host to long-time rival Roberts Wesleyan College in an East Coast Conference match Wednesday…the action gets underway at 7 p.m. at Lumsden Gymnasium.

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10.13.14 | Men's Golf
STATE COLLEGE, PA - In hopes of claiming a third consecutive USCAA National Title, the Daemen Wildcats men's golf team posted a first round total of 308, and are eight shots clear of the field after day one at the Penn State Blue Course on Monday afternoon.

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10.12.14 | Men's Golf
STATE COLLEGE, PA - The Daemen College men's golf team begins its quest for a third consecutive United States Collegiate Athletic Association National Championship Monday morning at the Penn State Blue Course in State College, PA.

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10.12.14 | Men's Tennis
WEST LIBERTY, W.Va. - The Daemen College men's tennis team saw their unblemished record fall by the wayside today as the Wildcats dropped a 9-0 match on the road to West Liberty University.  With today's result, Daemen now stands at 4-1 this season, while the Hilltoppers up their mark to 2-0.

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10.12.14 | Women's Tennis

WEST LIBERTY, W.Va. - The Daemen College women's tennis team dropped a 9-0 decision today to West Liberty University, one of the top teams in the Mountain East Conference.  The loss runs Daemen's overall record to 4-9 this season while the Hilltoppers improved to 5-1.

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