NEW ROCHELLE, NY - The College of New Rochelle announces sophomore setter Cristal Michelle Liciaga (San Juan, P.R.) has been tabbed the Association of Division III Independents and Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association women's volleyball Player of the Week. Liciaga earns Player of the Week honors for the second straight week after recording double-digit kills in all four matches for the Blue Angels. The sophomore also had 32 digs, 49 assists and hit .237 on the week. Liciaga had a week-high 14 kills and 14 digs along with 14 assists at Union on Friday. The two-time Player of the Week averaged 3.21 kills per set, 3.50 assists per set and 2.29 digs per set.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY - The College of New Rochelle Volleyball team finished the Union Tournament 2 -2. The team traveled to Schenectady, New York on Friday, September 15 for a Friday - Saturday tournament that included four matches.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY - The College of New Rochelle headed to Queensboro Invitational over the weekend at Van Cortlandt Park hosted by Queensborough Community College. The Men's and Women's team both took part in the invitational. The teams showed some real improvement as each runner improved on the course.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY - The College of New Rochelle sophomore setter Cristal Michelle Liciaga has been tabbed the Association of Division III Independents and Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Conference women's volleyball Player of the Week. Liciaga had a strong showing for the Blue Angels, ending the week with 35 kills, 55 assists and 33 digs in three matches.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY - The College of New Rochelle Men's Cross Country kicked off the inaugural season this past weekend at Van Cortland park competing in the Fordham University and Baruch College meets. Eleven Male runners took to the course for the first time in CNR history. It was a historic moment for the once all female institution which accepted its first class of male student athletes in the Fall of 2016. Under the direction of Coach Nigro the squad hung tough out on the trails. The future looks bright for the Blue Angels program. "This program will take some time to build but we are off to a tremendous start," said Coach Nigro.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY - The College of New Rochelle went 2-0 their second week away with a tri-match at Rutgers-Newark in New Jersey. This past weekend puts the Blue Angels at a 4 - 2 record to start the season off.