After three postponements in two days, the rain relented in Clermont, Florida, on Saturday, enabling the Knights to finally retake the softball field. Caroline Carbone then proceeded to drive in the winning run with a walk-off single in the eighth and Bryttne Nelson went the distance in a 3-2 win over Merrimack. Bloomsburg beat the Knights 3-0 later in the day.
The Lady Knights were beaten by Dowling College, 2-1, in the completion of a game started yesterday at NYIT. The loss knocks QC out of the double-elimination East Coast Conference Softball Championship Tournament.
The ECC Softball playoff game between the Lady Knights and Dowling has been suspended with Dowling ahead 1-0 after one inning of play. The game will be resumed on Saturday morning starting at 9 am, weather permitting.
Lady Knights Danielle DiGioia and Katie Miracco were named to the 2009 East Coast Conference Softball all-conference team. DiGioia was a first teamer at the utility spot while Miracco made the third team as the designated player.
C.W. Post scored three in the bottom of the first on their way to a 4-2 victory over Queens College in the opening round of the East Coast Conference Softball Playoffs. QC next faces NYIT on Friday at 4:30 pm.
Senior Christina Colon was two for four with a home run and three runs batted in to lead Queens College to a 6-3 win over the University of Bridgeport in the first game of a Senior Day doubleheader played in Flushing, New York on Sunday. Bridgeport won the second game, 3-1.
Sara Koumou was five for six with a homer and three RBIs as the Lady Knights swept Chestnut Hill, 8-0 and 11-4, on Saturday in Philadelphia. QC wraps up the regular season slate tomorrow with a Senior Day doubleheader against Bridgeport.
Dowling used three solo home runs to rally to beat Queens College, 6-5, in the completion of a game suspended on April 7th. The game had been halted after three innings with the Lady Knights leading 4-3.
Jill Rini cleared the bases with a one out triple in the seventh to put Queens College ahead for good in a 9-7 win over St. Thomas Aquinas College in game one of a doubleheader in Flushing on Thursday. STAC rebounded to edge the Lady Knights in game two, 4-3.
The softball doubleheader between Queens College and the University of Bridgeport, originally scheduled for Tuesday, Arpil 21st at Bridgeport has been cancelled. Additionally, the baseball game against C.W. Post, scheduled for April 21st, has been postponed and will be played on April 29nd at Queens College.
Adriana Faria hit a three run home run and pitched a complete game to help QC beat Molloy College, 8-6, in the second game of a twin bill on Thursday. Molloy took the opener, 6-4, in Flushing, New York.
Megan White of Softball and Jesse Smith of Men's Tennis have been named East Coast Conference Rookies of the Week in their repsective sports. Both have previously earned conference weekly honors in 2009.
The Lady Knights beat Post University, 2-0, in the second game of a non-conference doubleheader in Connecticut on Thursday to gain a split. Victoria Coan went the distance to pick up the win for QC. Post won game one, 4-1.
The Lady Knights were edged by Dowling College, 5-4, in 10 innings in the first game of a doubleheader in Flushing. The second game was suspended due to darkness after three innings with Queens College leading, 4-3.
Danielle DiGioia has been named East Coast Conference Player of the Week for games played between March 30th and April 5th. This marks the second consecutive week that a Queens College Player has won the award. Megan White was the recipient seven days ago.
The Lady Knights lost this morning to host school Georgian Court, 9-3, in day two of GCU's 2nd annual "Going to Bat for Breast Cancer" Softball Tournament. The University of Bridgeport then handed QC a 6-1 loss in an afternoon affair.
Freshman Megan White hit three home runs on Saturday morning against Dominican College in Georgian Court University's 2nd Annual "Going to Bat for Breast Cancer" Softball Tournament. The Lady Knights lost that slugfest, 11-10 and fell to Dowling later in the day, 9-1.
Destiny Ocasio had two hits and two RBIs and Bryttne Nelson picked up the last three outs in relief of starter and winner Victoria Coan as QC beat Pace University, 5-4, in game two of a twin bill played in Flushing. Before the start of the day the Lady Knights learned that they had been ranked fifth in the East Region in an NCAA Poll released earlier in the day. Pace won the opener, 8-2.
Danielle DiGioia was the hitting star in Flushing while Bryttne Nelson and Adriana Faria each posted complete game, 4-2 wins to enable QC to sweep a doubleheader from Mercy College on Tuesday afternoon. DiGioia was six for seven with five RBIs on the day.
The fourth ranked team in the East, Queens College, split a pair with the second ranked team, C.W. Post, on Monday afternoon in Flushing. Christina Colon's walk off home run gave QC a 4-3 win in game one while Post took game two 11-2.
Christy Sanders returned to the mound on Saturday and threw a one hit shutout in the nightcap as Queens College swept a double dip at Concordia College on Saturday afternoon. QC took the opener 5-3 and game two 7-0.
Queens College lost to New York Tech, 8-6 and 7-5, in a pair of East Coast Conference games played in Flushing on Tuesday afternoon. The two clubs combined for 37 hits, including seven home runs, in the twin bill.
Katie Miracco and Sara Koumou provided the thunder and Bryttne Nelson threw a five hitter to power the Lady Knights to a doubleheader sweep of Holy Family on Sunday in Pennsylvania. With the 8-4 and 6-1 wins, Queens College improved to 9-3 on the season.
Destiny Ocasio drove in two and scored another in the Lady Knights' come from behind 7-5 win in the nightcap of a doubleheader at 12th ranked Georgian Court University on Saturday. GCU won the first game, 8-0, in five innings.
The Lady Knights played the first doubleheader on their new field on Friday with mixed results. QC rallied behind a fine peformance by pitcher Victoria Coan to take the nightcap from Bloomfield College, 2-1, after dropping the opener 5-3.