Week Ending October 4th, 2015
Michael Domagala (St. Catharines, ON) was a key component in the Panda Game victory over adversary Ottawa at TD Place Stadium on Saturday, October 3rd. The 5’9″ kicker went 4/5 on field goal attempts and converted 4/4 extra points to contribute 16 of his team’s 48 points in the win. His 43-yard field goal in the first quarter was his longest made kick of the day.
As the team’s punter, Domagala only had five attempts on Saturday for a total of 185 yards with an average punt of 37.0 yards per kick.
After Week 6 of CIS action, Domagala ranks third in the country in field goal percentage with an 87% conversion rate. His 13 field goals this season ranks him in the number one spot in the OUA. Domagala has scored 62 points in 2015, which has already helped him surpass his 59 points total in 2014, with two remaining games in the regular season.
Michael, currently in his 3rd year of eligibility, is enrolled in the Criminology program at Carleton.
Abby Nicastro (Ottawa, ON) scored a game-tying goal against Queen’s in the 90th minute on Sunday afternoon to earn her team a crucial point in the race for the OUA East division playoffs. Nicastro received a great pass before beating her defender and blasting the ball by the Gaels keeper to level the score at 1-1.
Nicastro played the full 90 minutes against RMC and Queen’s on the weekend. She was a solid contributor down the wing, showing hustle and consistency to add to her team’s offensive exploits. Her speed and technical skills were on full display as she opened up passing lanes as well as created chances for her teammates.
Nicastro has started nine out of Carleton’s ten games so far this season.
Abby, a 3rd-year student-athlete, is currently enrolled in Carleton’s Criminology program.