Women’s soccer finished 10-8-3 overall, 5-3-1 in the Big East, with a loss to DePaul on penalty kicks in the Big East semifinal. Leading scorer Darian Powell scored a team-high 7 goals.
Men’s soccer finished 8-6-4 overall, 2-3-4 in the Big East, losing to Georgetown in the Big East quarterfinal. C. Nortey led the team with 7 goals. Goalkeeper Charlie Lyon was named to the Capital One Academic All-America First Team, set program records with 8 straight shutouts, a stretch of 804:58 minutes played without conceding a goal, and was one of 10 finalists for the 2014 Senior CLASS Award. Defender Axel Sjoberg and Lyon were taken in the Major League Soccer draft.
Men’s basketball finished 13-19 overall, 4-14 in the Big East, with leading scorer Matt Carlino averaging 15 points per game, and signed a new class of freshmen that many analysts ranked in the top 10 nationally. It includes forward Henry Ellenson, a McDonald’s All-American from Rice Lake, Wis., and the younger brother of current student-athlete Wally Ellenson.
Women’s basketball finished 9-22 overall, 4-14 in the Big East, with leading scorer Arlesia Morse averaging 15 points per game.
Men’s tennis finished 14-10, losing to St. John’s in the Big East Conference Championship title match.
Women’s tennis finished 12-11, losing to DePaul in the Big East Conference Championship semifinals.
Track and field scored highlights, including Wally Ellenson being named All-American indoor and outdoor in the high jump. Both men’s and women’s teams finished second in the conference in indoor and outdoor seasons.
Men’s golf won the Big East Championship in Okatie, S.C., in April, qualifying for the NCAA tournament.
Men’s lacrosse started 7-0 and was ranked as high as No. 9 in a national poll, before falling just short of landing its first NCAA tournament bid in only its third season.
Women’s lacrosse finished 5-12 overall, 1-6 in the Big East. Leading scorers Claire Costanza and Nicole Gleason had 21 goals each.
Cross country women’s team finished 12th at the 2014 NCAA Great Lakes Region Championships, while the men’s team finished 18th. Both teams were named to national all-academic lists.
Women’s volleyball finished 24-9 overall, 14-4 in the Big East, and made the NCAA tournament for the fourth straight season — the first time under new Head Coach Ryan Theis.