Free Position Shots
Face Offs Won
def. Adele Duval / Emily Ruttkowski (ENC)
def. Laura Krick / Annemarie Haas (SRU)
def. Shealyn FitzPatrick / Lily Gorman (SRU)
def. Lauren Harvey (SRU)
def. Abigail Burke (SRU)
def. Laura Krick (SRU)
def. Annemarie Haas (SRU)
def. Shealyn FitzPatrick (SRU)
def. Annelise Sherrill (ENC)
def. Will Chasse / Trevor Jones (SRU)
def. D.J. Bisaillon / Aaron White (SRU)
def. Matthew Newfield / Michael Salazar (SRU)
def. Trevor Jones (SRU)
def. D.J. Bisaillon (SRU)
def. Will Chasse (SRU)
def. Aaron White (SRU)
def. Matthew Newfield (SRU)
def. Michael Salazar (SRU)
NEWPORT, R.I. - In the United States April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence and to educate communities on how to prevent it.
Salve Regina spring sports teams in action the rest of this month to promote awareness - look for teal socks and wristbands on the Seahawks.
- Tue., April 16 (2:30 p.m.) Salve Regina plays at Nichols (men's tennis)
- Tue., April 16 (3:30 p.m.) Salve Regina plays at Eastern Nazarene (women's tennis)
- Tue., April 16 (4 p.m. - Toppa Field) Salve Regina hosts MIT in doubleheader (softball)
- Tue., April 16 (4 p.m. - Gaudet Field) Salve Regina hosts Wentworth (women's lacrosse)
- Tue., April 16 (7 p.m. - Gaudet Field) Salve Regina hosts Wentworth (men's lacrosse)
- Thu., April 25 (3:30 p.m. - Reynolds Field) Salve Regina hosts Gordon (baseball)
The Seahawk women's track and field team carried the message on the road as they competed at the Penmen Invitational in Manchester, N.H. (Sat., April 13).
"Teal the field was cool," says tennis head coach Pete Torgrimson. "Not only nice to have the wristbands for some extra flare, but it created a dialogue opportunity to talk about the issue. (We) had a few conversations about it, and agreed supporting the issue was important in order to bring awareness and prevent."
Salve Regina University student-athletes have taken a stand against sexual assault and are partnering with the university to raise awareness. Each athlete is wearing a wristband/socks to represent their commitment to ending sexual assault on the Salve Regina University campus and beyond.
Join the Seahawks at any and all events listed above, and share the message to get involved - http://www.nsvrc.org