18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
1880 S. Winton Rd.
Rochester, NY 14618
The Maverick Club encourages and supports the academic and athletic endeavors of the Maverick student athletes through promotion, attendance and financial support. Membership is open to alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends of the Medaille College Athletic Program. Learn more about the Maverick Club
Medaille College has one of the fastest growing and most successful Division III athletic departments in the country. With conference championships and post-season bids, Medaille athletes expect success. We need you to help us as we continue to strive for the top.
The Maverick Family is made up of our family and friends who contribute to the success of our athletic programs. Members of the Maverick Family provide our team with additional funding so that we can compete at a championship level. Please indicate the team to which you would like your contribution directed.
This season we are scheduled to play two scholarship programs and eight teams that have been in the Division III NCAA Tournament in the past two seasons. Your donation will allow us with the travel to play these top programs and to purchase equipment and gear.
Our men’s soccer program has won four consecutive undefeated AMCC Championships (2005-2008) and has advanced to the NCAA Tournament three times. Last season we lost to the NCAA champions in overtime in the NCAA tournament and this year we are hoping to do much better. Your donation could help us in our push towards an NCAA Championship.
Your donation will assist in the purchasing of high quality gear, specialized training equipment, and a potential special trip in the future. Your donation will be an integral part of my team obtaining these items and pursuing our goal of a conference championship.
Our team is continuing to excel and develop into a powerhouse in the AMCC. Last year we finished with a 7-2 conference record, the best in the program's history. We were also undefeated at All-High Stadium thanks to the unwavering support of fans like you. This year we are looking to take the next step and are setting our sights on a conference championship and a trip to the NCAA tournament. The generous support of members of the Maverick Family help make it possible for us to achieve our goals.
Next season we are looking to expand our arena of competition and travel outside of the northeast. We want to raise our level of play by surrounding ourselves with the best competition. Your donation will allow us to travel and compete at this level.
Our volleyball program has a chance to do something very special this year. Our goals are to win our conference championship and receive our first ever NCAA tournament bid. We have a young but talented team that has already showed great signs of success. We need you to help us on this journey.
Our golf team has finished second and third in our Conference Championships during the past two seasons. Our goal is to win the Conference which will earn us a berth in the National NCAA Division III Championship.
Monies raised will help to allow us to travel South in the Spring. We also will be able to compete in additional tournaments. Both of these endeavors are critical to our team's development to the next level.
This season we have a schedule where we will run against top Division III schools from our conference and the northeast. Your donation will allow us to travel and purchase additional team apparel.
We are building our cross country program and we need you to help us on this journey. There are more prestigious invitationals that we are striving to be able to attend in the near future. We are going to do our part. Your donation could help us in our push towards a conference championship and a spot at the NCAA Championship meet.
This season we have a schedule where we play everyone from a Division I school to long-time Division III powerhouses. Your donation will allow us to compete against this very challenging schedule.
Our basketball program has a chance to do something special. Our goal last year was to make the NCAA Tournament…and we did! Now, we want to get back to the NCAA’s and advance. We need you to help us on this journey.
This season we are participating in a four day trip to a tournament in Boston and your donation will help offset the costs not covered by budget monies.
Over the past several seasons, our basketball program has achieved tremendous success, having reached at least the semi-finals of the AMCC playoffs for five consecutive years and participated in the NCAA tournament in three of the last four years. This year we want to return to the "Big Dance" and we need your help on this journey!
We are very excited to begin this season and we’re committed to being one of the top Division III teams in the country. "We have to beat the best to be the best," and your donation will enable our team to compete against the best volleyball programs including matches against Division I & II teams.
Our volleyball team has qualified for the conference tournament in each of the last six seasons. This year, making the tournament won't be enough, our goal is to win it and earn a bid to the Molten Division III National Championships in April. We need your help as we begin this journey.
We are trying to raise $4,000 to cover the expenses for tournaments in Kutztown, PA, Notre Dame and a trip to the Intercollegiate Team and Single Championships. We also need to purchase equipment and gear and fund repairs during tournament play.
The Lady Mavs finished 2009 ranked 18th in the nation. Also, for the first time in school history we received an invitation to Sectional Play. This season we hope to do even better, and we need your help.
Our 2010 baseball season promises to be another challenging and exciting year. We have increased the number of games on our schedule and will be traveling to Port Charlotte Florida to participate for the first time in the Snowbird Classic College Tournament to open our season.
We are trying to raise money to defray the cost of our Florida Trip, the rental of the golf domes for indoor practice which has been very helpful in improving our workouts and other baseball equipment which is not covered in our regular budget.
Your donation will help us pay for our trip to Florida for spring training, which gives us the opportunity to compete against teams from all over the country while preparing us for our conference schedule. Our spring trip is very special and you can really make a difference by helping us get there.
We have a committed, talented group of ladies ready to make a run for the Allegheny Mountain College Conference championship. We are looking to improve on our third place finish last year and we need you to be a part of our team.
This season we will play our most challenging schedule in program history. We play top 20 opponents, Empire 8 schools, as well as our own competitive conference schedule. Your donation will allow us to compete against this very challenging schedule.
Our lacrosse program has taken steps to do something special. Our goal last year was to make the NEAC Conference Championship…and we did! Now, we want to get back to the Championship and gain national recognition. We need you to help us on this journey.
This season we will play more games as our conference competitors has increased in numbers. We play a challenging schedule and we want to be ready for the competition. Your donation will allow us to compete against this schedule.
Our lacrosse program has taken steps to make something happen this year. Our goal this season is to make NEAC Conference Playoffs. We want to be ready to face our new opponents in conference play and we need you to help us on this journey.
Many thanks to our corporate sponsors for their support of our athletics program and the athletes who enjoy playing a game they love.
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