BEARS WEEKEND PREVIEW

BEARS WEEKEND PREVIEW

The women's soccer team kicks off a busy weekend tonight when the Bears host Clark at 6 p.m. to kickoff Parent's Weekend activities.

Coast Guard is 4-3 overall and 0-1 in the NEWMAC while Clark is 2-4-2 overall and 0-0-1 in the conference

Senior Sarah Hills and junior Terry Netusil have led the way for Coast Guard this year Hills leads the team with 10 points on the year with four goals and two assists while Netusil is tied with Hills for the team lead in goals with four.

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The rest of the teams will be in action on Saturday, here is a look....

MEN'S TENNIS vs. Assumption, 10 a.m.

The Bears are are off to a 2-0 start on the season with a 5-4 win over Vassar and a 9-0 win over Salve Regina.

MEN'S SOCCER vs. Clark, noon

The Bears, 1-7 overall and 0-1 in NEWMAC play, look to snap a five-game slide against the Cougars.

On Tuesday, a goal in the 85th minute by junior Shay Neary gave Endicott a 1-0 non-conference win over Coast Guard.

Last year, Clark handed the Bears their only NEWMAC loss of the season 2-1.

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VOLLEYBALL at Wesleyan 10 a.m. and vs. Western New England, noon

The Bears 6-4 overall, have won two straight and go out of conference for pair of games on Saturday.  On Thursday, sophomore Madison Scott had eight kills and four blocks leading Coast Guard to a 3-0 win over host WPI.

The Bears won by set scores of 25-22, 26-24 and 25-21.

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FOOTBALL vs. Salve Regina, 1:30 p.m.

The Bears welcome Salve Regina in the conference opener

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SAILING

The sailing team will once again compete in four events this weekend, highlighted by the New England Men's Singlehanded Championship at Niantic Bay Yacht Club, hosted by Yale University. Senior All-American Avery Fanning will look to grab one of four berths to the Men's Singlehanded National Championship at Old Dominion University later in the season. In 2014, Fanning won the New England Championship and was third at the National Championship. The New England qualifiers are always a tough hurdle, however, with many of the Nation's best singlehanded sailors battling for very few qualifying spots.

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CROSS COUNTRY at Purple Valley Invitational @ Williams

The Bears, after a week off, travel to Williams where they will compete against archrival Merchant Marine in both races with the Superindents' Trophy points on the line.

In the season opener two weeks ago, on the women's side, freshman Anita Green was the top Coast Guard finisher as she placed tenth with a time of 20:45 leading the Bears to a fifth place finish at the season-opening Trinity Invitational.

Freshman Nina Ragle was 24th (21:55) , freshman Morgan Garrett placed 30th in 21:38, junior Jenn Haley was 31st also in 21:38 and senior Andrea Barrameda was 36th for the Bears with a time of 21:45.

For the men, Coast Guard took four of the top 12 spots to finish second overall at the season-opening Trinity Invitational.

Gilliam Hill was the top Bear finisher as he placed fourth overall (16:47) while Andrew Brown was fifth (16:47), Caleb Teachout was tenth (17:00) and Kevin Petow placed 12th in 17:06.