2014 Fall Season Wrap-up


The men’s team poses with the PAC Champions banner.


Men’s Soccer finished the season 18-2-2 with the most wins in school history.  They won both the PAC regular season and tournament titles and won their first-round NCAA tournament game.  Coach Jeff Cummings was named PAC coach of the year and eight Saints were named All-Pac. For more information please visit http://tmcsaints.com/sports/msoc/2014-15/releases/20141120z8p7oz


The Saints celebrate winning the PAC tournament title.

Women’s Soccer finished the season at 23-2, a school record for wins. They won both the PAC regular season and tournament titles. Olivia Huber and Coach Jeff Cummings swept the PAC yearly awards and six Saints were named all PAC.  The ladies won the first two rounds of NCAA tournament play which took place at TMC, then moved on to Carnegie Mellon and beat Trinity University before falling to Johns Hopkins in the Elite 8!  To read more about their stellar season visit http://tmcsaints.com/sports/wsoc/2014-15/releases/20141120g0wajs



Dominique Hayden in action with his team mates supplying an open running lane.

The Saints finished the season 8-2, ranked #23 in the country and were earned the distinction of PAC co-champions. Dominique Hayden was named offensive PAC player of the year and 1 of 10 finalists for the Gagliardi trophy (D3 Heisman), to vote for Dom visit http://www.d3football.com/notables/2014/11/gagliardi-voting by noon Dec. 8. Thirteen other Saints were named All-PAC and Coach Jim Hilvert became TMC’s winningest coach during the 2014 season. For more information visit http://tmcsaints.com/sports/fball/2014-15/releases/20141118o8ltcc


Volleyball Saints in action during their October run.


Volleyball finished the season 30-5 as they earned a share of the PAC regular season title and won the PAC tournament title. The ladies won the first round of NCAA tournament play but fell in the second round.  The team with Kelsey Castiglioni, Jenna Fessler and Coach John Spinney swept the PAC volleyball awards and six Saints ere named All-PAC. For additional details visit http://tmcsaints.com/sports/wvball/2014-15/releases/20141111yqm4jl

Cross Country

Men’s Cross Country team improved on their past rankings by finishing fifth at the PAC Chamionship. For additional information visit http://tmcsaints.com/sports/mxc/2014-15/releases/20141101cw3ihk

Women’s Cross Country finished seventh in the PAC Championship with Sarah Duncan and Krista Tensing earned all-conference honors. For details visit http://tmcsaints.com/sports/wxc/2014-15/releases/20141101ykq9ok

PAC 60th Anniversary TeamsPAClogocolor

Formally organized in 1955 by charter members Case Institute of Technology, Western Reserve University, John Carroll University, and Wayne State University, the President’s Athletic Conference is celebrating its 60th anniversary throughout the 2014-15 academic year. The PAC is recognizing outstanding past and present student-athletes that have competed in the creation of 60th anniversary celebratory teams. Thomas More College had 32 former fall and winter student-athletes named to their respective sports’ celebratory teams. For a complete list of those named to the teams please visit http://tmcsaints.com/generalreleases/fallwinterall60