Tag Archives: Athletics

Fourth Annual Daemen Tennis Carnival Set For Late January

Daemen College head men’s and women’s tennis coach Stephen Beatty has announced this his program will host the Fourth Annual Daemen Tennis Carnival on Saturday, January 27 at Miller Tennis Center, the indoor home of Daemen’s men’s and women’s tennis teams, at 5959 Sheridan Drive in Williamsville. The event aims to bring the local tennis community together for a… Read More »

Custodi Finishes 44th At Collegiate Triathlon National Championship

Redshirt freshman Amber Custodi (Ransomville, N.Y.) of the Daemen College women’s triathlon team placed 44th out of a record 81 competitors at the Collegiate Triathlon National Championship meet held today at Tempe Town Lake, and hosted by Arizona State University. The race featured a sprint-distance 750-meter swim, draft-legal 20-kilometer bike and 5-kilometer run, and the entrant list… Read More »

Restructuring of Daemen Athletics Administration Announced

Daemen College Director of Athletics Bridget Niland has announced a restructuring of the athletics department’s leadership staff to better serve the needs of the Wildcats’ 17 NCAA Division II sports and more than 230 student-athletes. The changes also reflect a structure that will support Daemen’s Center for Allied and Unified Sport and Exercise (CAUSE), which… Read More »

Men’s Soccer Matches Program Wins Record With Dramatic Comeback At Molloy

Freshmen Noah Keem(Amherst, N.Y.) and Niklas Ringdahl Bohlin (Fjaras, Sweden) accounted for three unanswered goals to lead the Daemen College men’s soccer team to a 3-2 come-from-behind victory over Molloy College in an East Coast Conference game this afternoon at the RVC Sports Complex. With the win, Daemen closes the 2017 season with an overall record of 7-11,… Read More »

Guerinot To Participate On Panel Of NCAA Compliance Professionals

Daemen College Associate Athletics Director for Compliance and Student-Athlete Success Brandi Guerinot has earned several professional appointments recently, most notably her inclusion on a panel called the Compliance Think Tank. Nominated by the East Coast Conference to participate on the panel, Guerinot will help the group address several challenges that are presently facing Division II compliance offices.… Read More »

Wildcats Take Thruway Rivalry Game In Dramatic Fashion

Freshman Sander Johannessen (Skedsmokorset, Norway) picked an opportune time to score the first goal of his career, doing so in the final minute of the first overtime period to deliver a 2-1 victory for the Daemen College men’s soccer team under the lights tonight in an East Coast Conference contest at longtime rival Roberts Wesleyan College. After… Read More »

Veitengruber Sets All-Time Wins Mark As Wildcats Tame Tigers

Senior men’s tennis player Mark Veitengruber (Rockford, Mich.) posted wins in singles and doubles action to lead Daemen College to an 8-1 victory over visiting Rochester Institute of Technology under the lights this evening at the Ellicott Tennis Courts. The individual effort gives Veitengruber a combined 64 wins between singles and doubles matches in his career, surpassing… Read More »

Daemen Launches Initiative to Provide Athletic Opportunities for Disabled Persons

Daemen College has announced the launch of a comprehensive new initiative that aims to provide recreational and competitive athletic opportunities for persons with disabilities. The Daemen College Center for Allied and Unified Sport and Exercise (CAUSE) will help facilitate physical fitness of participants while giving them the opportunity to experience the camaraderie and sportsmanship that… Read More »

Women’s Soccer Continues Dramatic Winning Ways

Sophomore forward Jamie Boyar (Williamsville, N.Y.) scored on a header in double overtime as the Daemen College women’s soccer team continued its recent string of dramatic victories with a 1-0 defeat of host Clarion University in non-conference action this afternoon at Memorial Stadium. After 103 scoreless minutes, Boyar broke through, scoring her team-leading fourth goal of the… Read More »