Manhattanville Valiants

Schedule

Overall: 9-14-3 - Conference: 6-8-2
11/5 at Utica W, 4-1 BX RC
11/10 at Neumann * • L, 3-1 BX
11/11 at Neumann * • L, 4-2 BX
11/17 vs. Wesleyan W, 3-1 BX
11/21 vs. Amherst L, 4-0 BX
12/2 vs. Lebanon Valley * • W, 7-1 BX RC
12/3 vs. Lebanon Valley * • W, 5-0 BX
12/9 vs. Connecticut College T, 2-2 BX
1/6 vs. SUNY Canton W, 4-2 BX
1/7 at Castleton L, 1-0 BX RC
1/10 vs. Saint Anselm • L, 4-2 BX
1/12 vs. Chatham * • W, 7-2 BX RC
1/13 vs. Chatham * • W, 2-1 BX RC
1/16 at Trinity • L, 2-1 BX
1/17 vs. Williams L, 4-3 BX
1/20 at King's * • W, 12-2 BX RC
1/21 at King's * • W, 8-2 BX RC
1/27 at William Smith * • L, 2-1 BX
1/28 at William Smith * • L, 2-1 BX
2/2 vs. Utica * • T, 0-0
2/3 vs. Utica * • L, 3-1 BX
2/9 at Elmira * • L, 3-2 BX RC
2/10 at Elmira * • L, 6-0 BX RC
2/16 vs. Stevenson * • T, 0-0 BX
2/17 vs. Stevenson * • L, 3-1 BX
2/24 at Stevenson L, 4-3 BX P

(* Conference; • Region)
Overall: 9-14-3 - Conference: 6-8-2
11/10 at Neumann * • L, 3-1 BX
11/11 at Neumann * • L, 4-2 BX
12/2 vs. Lebanon Valley * • W, 7-1 BX RC
12/3 vs. Lebanon Valley * • W, 5-0 BX
1/12 vs. Chatham * • W, 7-2 BX RC
1/13 vs. Chatham * • W, 2-1 BX RC
1/20 at King's * • W, 12-2 BX RC
1/21 at King's * • W, 8-2 BX RC
1/27 at William Smith * • L, 2-1 BX
1/28 at William Smith * • L, 2-1 BX
2/2 vs. Utica * • T, 0-0
2/3 vs. Utica * • L, 3-1 BX
2/9 at Elmira * • L, 3-2 BX RC
2/10 at Elmira * • L, 6-0 BX RC
2/16 vs. Stevenson * • T, 0-0 BX
2/17 vs. Stevenson * • L, 3-1 BX

(* Conference; • Region)

2017-18

Elmira 15-0-1 25-3-2
William Smith 11-2-3 16-6-4
Stevenson 10-3-3 15-8-5
Utica 9-5-2 15-10-2
Neumann 9-6-1 12-11-2
Manhattanville 6-8-2 9-14-3
Chatham 4-12 7-14-2
Lebanon Valley 1-14-1 2-19-2
King's 0-15-1 0-22-1

Past Records

2017-18 (9-14-3, 6-8-2 UCHC)
2016-17 (17-9-2, 12-4-1 ECACE)
2015-16 (9-17, 6-10 ECACE)
2014-15 (10-11-5, 8-6-3 ECACE)
2013-14 (8-14-4, 6-7-3 ECACE)
2012-13 (18-9-1, 14-3-1 ECACE)
2011-12 (15-9-4, 11-4-3 ECACE)
2010-11 (19-8-2, 13-4-1 ECACE)

Team Info

Coach: David Turco (American International '09)
Conference: UCHC

Manhattanville

Valiants

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 1528
Location: Purchase, NY
Colors: Red, White
Region: East
Arena: Playland Ice Casino
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

December 2, 2017 Sinning's Hat Trick Leads Manhattanville Past Moffatt, Lebanon Valley RYE, N.Y. – Senior Sarah Sinning (Southold, N.Y./National Sports Academy) recorded her second career hat trick, sophomore Amanda Sabia (Freehold, N.J./The Gunnery) added three assists, and senior Maeve O'Brien (Chicago, Ill./Chicago Fury) and sophomore Zoey Pellowitz(Arlington, Va./Washington Pride) added two points apiece as the Manhattanville College women's hockey team overcame a slow start and early deficit in a 7-1 win over Lebanon Valley Saturday night at Playland Ice Casino.
November 5, 2017
August 23, 2017 Division III makes presence known at CWHL Draft 15 former Division III women's players had their names called at Sunday's CWHL draft in Toronto. Photo: Eric Kelley, D3photography.com
March 3, 2017 Manhattanville Reaches NEHC Title Game Behind Mensi's Hat Trick NORTHFIELD, Vt. – The first career hat trick from sophomore Nicole Mensi (Mamaroneck, N.Y./SUNY Plattsburgh) propelled the second-seeded Manhattanville College women's hockey team into the New England Hockey Conference Championship game as the Valiants took down third-seeded UMass Boston 4-2 inside Norwich University's Kreitzberg Arena Friday evening.
February 25, 2017 Manhattanville drops Southern Maine 6-2 to advance to NEHC semifinals Four goals in the second period were the difference for the Valiants, who now advance to face UMass-Boston in the semifinals of the NEHC playoffs. This is the seventh consecutive year the Valiants and Beacons will face each other.
January 28, 2017 Reilly's Shorthander Sends Manhattanville Past Franklin Pierce, 2-1 RYE, N.Y. – Sophomore Kat Reilly (Holbrook, N.Y./Boston Shamrocks (JWHL)) scored the game-winning goal shorthanded in the third period to lead the Manhattanville College women's ice hockey team past Franklin Pierce University 2-1 Saturday, keeping sole possession of the number two seed in the New England Hockey Conference postseason standings.