Women’s Athletics

  • Top 5 in the Past Five Years

    2018: Ilona Maher When it comes to Quinnipiac Athletics, nobody has brought more national success to their respective team than Ilona Maher. She brought the Bobcats to three national championships during...

  • When Two Worlds Collide

    If you look at an acrobatics and tumbling roster, you’ll notice a pattern amongst the team: not one athlete trained and competed in the sport prior to college. In fact, it...

  • Fit For A Queenie: The Grace and Focus of Quinnipiac Women’s Golf Queen Phenom Queenie Lai

    Quinnipiac women’s golf freshman Queenie Lai never aimed to become a winner of three-straight MAAC Golfer of the Week awards. “It just kind of happened,” Lai said. “It was nice the...

  • Game, Set, Match

    In sports, sometimes, teams get hot. The Cleveland Indians rattled off 22 wins in a row last season. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers won 19 in a row over...

  • The Dynamic Duo

    “Samoskevich to Lancaster…SHE SCORES!” How many times can you hear something before you start to expect it? Juniors Kenzie Lancaster and Melissa Samoskevich have formed one of the most powerful combinations...

  • Time to Dance

    Quinnipiac women’s basketball is establishing cornerstones for long-term success. March 25, 2017: The final buzzer sounded in Stockton, Calif. Head coach Tricia Fabbri, sophomore Jen Fay, freshman Taylor Herd, and the...

  • Q&A: Maria Pansari

    Maria Pansari, the sophomore setter for the women’s volleyball team from Whitehouse Station, New Jersey, cares about more than just volleyball. When she can, she tries to be a presence in...

  • Coming Full Circle: For Quinnipiac Women’s Rugby, Seeing is Believing

    Quinnipiac’s women’s rugby team has come a long way in its seventh year of existence. It hasn’t been earned easily. Innovative philosophies and trust have brought the team unparalleled levels of...

  • Beyond the Mats

    Jocelyn Saber is in the four-plus-one program in the school of business and is working towards earning her master’s in business administration. She’s also a former division-one athlete for the Acrobatics...

  • Welcome Home

    One of the most difficult decisions a teenager has to make is choosing where to go to college. There are a multitude of factors a student takes into account: how much...

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