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Women’s Ice hockey posted an impressive double overtime victory against Edicott (Beverly, MA) this past weekend. The first ever Colonial Hockey Conference Championship was nothing short of exciting with each team battling for over 90 minutes on the ice. In the end, the Mustangs edged out a 2-1 victory.

Senior Applied Math major Sarah Modzelewski was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player recording 44 saves in the championship and 13 of those in overtime. Modzelewski bested Edicott’s Swedish goalie, Vendela Jonsson, who also tallied 44 saves in the game and earned the Second Star award.  Sarah has played in 59 games with the ice hockey team in her four years at SU and has totaled over 3000 minutes on the ice. This past season she posted her best save percentage and record with 0.947% and 19-2-1 respectively, which were best in the entire conference. Congrats to Sarah and the rest of the Women’s Ice Hockey team on a much deserved victory! 

At the annual Dell Lecture, Mr. Ray Villard was the guest speaker.  Mr. Villard, who has taught Astronomy in our department, is the News Director for the Space Telescope Science Institute at Johns Hopkins University.  His talk "The New Copernican Revolution" was amazing and provided new insights into astronomy.  

The Math Department is excited to share our new department gear!  The logo was designed by Applied Math sophomore, Gerald Roman.  Jackets are available to students, faculty and alumni.  

Applied Math senior, Emily Ringenbach, interned at Lockheed Martin. Her capstone paper was about the effects of the United States PATRIOT Act on private cyber security. ...Click here to read more.

For her Capstone, senior Sarah  Modzelewski, was an intern in the Risk Department at OneMain Financial, a subprime lender offering personal loans. Her capstone project focused on discrimination in the loan industry. She studied the process by which the government determines whether or not lenders are discriminating against applicants based on factors such as the person’s age, race, religion, and gender. Sarah made recommendations on improving the process of determining if discrimination is occurring since many studies she examined showed that lenders are often discriminatory.

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