The visiting Pfeiffer Falcons earned a 58-48 win over Meredith College in Wednesday night's USA South Conference women's basketball opener. Kimberly Schuh led the Avenging Angels with 12 points, adding seven rebounds.
Meredith College Head Golf Coach Jimmy Hamilton was named one of the top-10 best instructors in North Carolina by Golf Digest, as voted on by his peers. He earned the same recognition between the years of 2003 and 2006.
As part of the USA South's Cans Across the Conference competition, the Meredith College Avenging Angels collected 1,150 non-perishable food items and donated to the Raleigh Rescue Mission. With 18 member institutions, the league presented 69,387 items to local organizations across the wide footprint of the conference.
The visiting Piedmont International University Bruins scored a last second layup to hold off a 19-point comeback by Meredith College in Monday night's non-conference women's basketball action. Kate Perko led the game with 23 points and Madison Gladwell tallied seven assists in the loss.
Meredith College freshman Kate Perko swept the USA South women's basketball weekly honors as announced Monday from the conference office. She was named both the Player and Rookie of the Week for her performance in MCBB's only game last week, a win over Christopher Newport.
The Meredith College basketball Angels ended a longstanding streak versus the Christopher Newport Captains with a 69-66 victory in Saturday's non-conference action. The win marks the first for the Avenging Angels in 15 meetings since the programs first met in 2000-01.
Meredith College junior Kimberly Schuh was named the USA South Women's Basketball Player of the Week, as announced Monday afternoon from the league office. Schuh surpassed 1000 career points in Saturday's win at Shaw.
Freshman Corrine Weaver set a new all-time Meredith College record to lead the Avenging Angels in Saturday's NCAA South/Southeast Regional meet hosted by Rhodes College at Shelby Farms Park in Memphis, Tenn.
Junior forward Kimberly Schuh scored 36 points to lead the Meredith College basketball team to a 79-77 victory over the Shaw Bears Saturday afternoon. She reached 1000 career points with the first bucket of the game.
A young but determined Meredith College basketball squad kept pace with the visiting Guilford Quakers in Wednesday night's home opener. Freshman Kate Perko led the Angels with 16 points, 12 rebounds, and Kimberly Schuh tallied nine points, nine boards.
The Meredith College basketball team finished off the Randolph Wildcats 63-49 in Saturday's non-conference action. This win marks the first season opening victory for the Avenging Angels since 2013. Rookies Kate Perko and Lindsay Bell set the tone with a pair of double-doubles to launch their collegiate careers.
The East second-seed Meredith College Avenging Angels fell 3-1 (12-25, 20-25, 25-20, 17-25) to the West Division top-seed Maryville Scots in Friday's first semifinal pairing of the USA South Volleyball Tournament. Down 2-0 MCVB won the third to force another frame, but the Scots outlasted the Angels for a win.
Meredith College volleyball's standout defender Lauren Phillips garnered the 2019 USA South Libero of the Year honor and joined two teammates as All-Conference honorees. Caroline Corey garnered her fourth selection to the All-USA South first team, and both were joined by Cathy Delano on the All-East first team. Lauren Grodi represented MCVB as the All-Sportsmanship selection.
Meredith College Athletic Director Jackie Myers announced the addition of Courtney Hexter to the Avenging Angels athletics staff. Hexter will direct the college's new field hockey program as Meredith's 10th varsity sport set to begin competition in fall 2020.
The East Division second-seed Meredith College Avenging Angels downed third-seed William Peace 3-1 (21-25, 29-27, 25-21, 25-14) in a classic battle of the Raleigh rivals to advance to the USA South Conference Volleyball Tournament semifinals. Hailey Long and Caroline Corey combined for 32 kills, and Bailey Lucas distributed 28 assists to lead the Angels to their next match.
As the USA South Women's Volleyball East Division second seed, Meredith College will host early rounds of the conference tournament Tuesday, Nov. 5. At 7:30 p.m. the Avenging Angels will play the winner between third-seed William Peace and sixth-seed Methodist.
Meredith College junior libero Lauren Phillips collected her fourth USA South Volleyball Defensive Player of the Year honor as announced Monday from the conference office. She and her team will host early rounds of tournament action tomorrow night beginning at 5 p.m. in Weatherspoon Gym in an effort to defend their 2018 title.
The Meredith College cross country team scored 130 points for a fifth-place finish in Saturday's USA South Championship on the campus of N.C. Wesleyan in Rocky Mount. Three earn All-conference honors as a result of today's race.
The Meredith College Avenging Angels volleyball team clinched second place in the USA South East Division standings with a 3-1 (25-12, 25-21, 26-28, 25-16) win over Salem Friday night. The win secured hosting privileges for Tuesday's first round tournament action.
The USA South Women's Soccer Tournament East Division's round one action at Meredith College did not disappoint. The visiting N.C. Wesleyan Bishops advanced to the quarterfinals on penalty kicks with a score of 5-3 over the Avenging Angels.
The Meredith College Avenging Angels head to Rocky Mount, N.C., for the USA South Conference Championship Saturday, Nov. 2. The women's race is slated for an 11 a.m. start on the campus of N.C. Wesleyan College, and the men follow at Noon.
In front of a full house in Weatherspoon Gymnasium, the Meredith College volleyball Angels suffered a disappointing 3-1 (25-17, 20-25, 23-25, 19-25) loss to USA South rival William Peace University. MCVB claimed a swift first set lead before letting go of three straight to an energetic Pacer squad with nothing to lose.
The Meredith College soccer Angels captured five consecutive wins to earn a USA South Tournament third seed and round one hosting privileges. East six-seed N.C. Wesleyan travels to Raleigh Wednesday, Oct. 30, for a 6 p.m. pairing to open the playoffs at Meredith.
Meredith College junior defensive specialist Lauren Phillips surpassed 1000 career digs in Tuesday night's USA South pairing with N.C. Wesleyan. Phillips grabbed a match-high 19 in the sweep to reach the milestone.