GENEVA, Ohio - MIT senior Maryann Gong (Livermore, Calif.) and sophomore Aidan Gilson (Florence, Mass.) have earned the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Elite 90 awards at the NCAA Championship in Geneva, Ohio.
GENEVA, Ohio - During the final days of the 2017 NCAA Track and Field Championships the NEWMAC saw an impressive six women claim All-America status for their finishes in final events. The conference was highlighted in multiple events but stood out in the Hammer Throw as SPringfield's Carly Markos finished 6th followed by MIT's Jackie Vahey in 7th.
GENEVA, Ohio - The NEWMAC saw two men claim All-America status at the 2017 NCAA Track and Field Championships in Geneva, Ohio on Saturday afternoon. Babson's John Decker finished 4th in the 800-Meter race to become the programs first All-American. Also claiming top honors was MIT's Matthew Deyo who finished strong in the 5,000-Meter with his 7th place finish.
APPLETON, Wis. – The Wheaton College baseball team wrapped up its 2017 season Saturday evening with a 3-2 loss to UMass.-Boston in the 2017 College World Series at Fox Cities Stadium at Neuroscience Group Field.
WEST WINDSOR, N.J. - Wellesley College crew earned the bronze in the varsity eight and the silver in the second varsity eight to take third overall at the 2017 NCAA Division III Women's Rowing Championships at Lake Mercer. Bates College earned the team national championship for the second time in three years thanks to their combined point total from the two events.
WEST WINDSOR, N.J. - Defending NCAA Champion Wellesley College crew advanced both boats to Saturday's Grand Finals on the opening day of the 2017 NCAA Division III Women's Rowing Championships on Friday at Lake Mercer. The Blue's Second Varsity Eight cruised to an open water victory to advance to the final, while Wellesley's Varsity Eight was the runner-up in their opening opening heat to earn a spot.
WORCESTER, Mass. - Seniors Lindsay Gurska (Revere, MA) and Hope Shevchuk (Burlington, CT) have the distinction of being named Academic All-America first team members, as selected by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). It is the first time in school history there have been two first teamers from the same team.
YORK, Pa. – The third-seeded Wheaton College (Mass.) Lyons used one run, scored in the second inning, to hold off No. 2 Shenandoah in the championship game of the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic Regional on Monday at York College of Pennsylvania.
WELLESLEY, Mass. — Defending National Champion Wellesley College crew will make the program's eighth consecutive trip to the NCAA Division III Women's Rowing Championships, May 26-27, 2017 at Lake Mercer in West Windsor, New Jersey. This year's championships will be hosted by The Ivy League and the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - Springfield College's Shelby Corsano (Bourne, Mass.) of the women's lacrosse program was named an Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) All-American, announced on Friday afternoon.
YORK, Pa. – The second-seeded Shenandoah Hornets held off a late-inning rally by No. 3 Wheaton (Mass.) for a 5-4 win to force the "if necessary" game for the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic Regional title on Sunday at PeoplesBank Park.
HARWICH, Mass.—Sophomore Edward Lehr (Byram Township, N.J.) tossed a complete-game two-hitter and Babson College scored in each of the first six innings en route to a 9-1 victory over Suffolk University in an NCAA Tournament elimination game at the Harwich Regional on Sunday afternoon.
YORK, Pa. – The third-seeded Wheaton (Mass.) Lyons upset the top-seeded Johns Hopkins Blue Jays, 6-1, to advance to the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship Game on Sunday. The Blue Jays will play on Sunday in game 13 in an elimination game.
HARWICH, Mass.—Junior Ryan Arena (Yorktown Heights, N.Y.) hit a two-out, two-run single in the bottom of the eighth inning to lift Babson College to a 5-4 win over No. 22/20 Salve Regina University in an elimination game at the NCAA Tournament Harwich Regional late Saturday night at Whitehouse Field.
HARWICH, Mass.—Sophomore Eric Jaun (Loveland, Ohio) set an NCAA Tournament program record with five hits and senior Owen Shea (Northborough, Mass.) drove in three runs as Babson College defeated No. 18 D3baseball.com/No. 22 Collegiate Baseball St. John Fisher College, 12-8, in an elimination game at the Harwich Regional on Saturday morning at Whitehouse Field.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass.—Junior Ali Reilly (New Canaan, Conn.) tossed a three-hit shutout in game two, but visiting Babson College saw its NCAA Tournament run come to an end when 19th-ranked Williams College rallied for six runs in the sixth inning of game three to win the Williamstown Super Regional series, 2-1.
YORK, Pa. – The third-seeded Wheaton (Mass.) Lyons shut out the second-seeded Shenandoah Hornets, 6-0, in game eight of the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic Regional on Saturday night at PeoplesBank Park.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass.—No. 19 Williams College scored three first-inning runs and homered three times on its way to defeating visiting Babson College, 6-2, in game one of an NCAA Tournament Super Regional series on Friday afternoon at Cole Field.
HARWICH, Mass.—Sophomore Michael Genaro (Greenwich, Mass.) tossed a complete game, but fifth-seeded Babson College was limited to three hits and suffered a 4-0 loss to top-seeded UMass Boston in the Harwich Regional at Whitehouse Field on Thursday night.
HARWICH, Mass.—Senior Jake Weiss (Irvine, Calif.) and sophomores Brian McHale (Ramsey, N.J.) and Eric Jaun (Loveland, Ohio) combined for 10 hits and nine runs batted in as fifth-seeded Babson College defeated fourth-seeded Salve Regina, 14-3, in the opening game of the NCAA Tournament Harwich Regional on Thursday at Whitehouse Field.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - The 56 selected teams and eight regionals are set for the 2017 NCAA Division III baseball championship. Four of the regional sites will be comprised of six teams, while eight teams will compete at the four other regionals as part of a double-elimination format. Each of the eight regional winners will then advance to the double-elimination championship hosted at Fox Cities Stadium in Appleton, Wisconsin, from May 26-30/31. With the AQ after claiming the NEWMAC title, Babson will head to the Harwich Regional while Wheaton earned at At-Large bid into the field and will be traveling to York, Pennsylvania for the Mid-Atlantic Regional.
BABSON PARK, Mass.—Sophomore Annie Quine (Santa Monica, Calif.) hit a go-ahead grand slam in a game six win and senior Leslie Moore (Atkinson, N.H.) gave Babson College the lead with a two-run homer in a winner-take-all game seven as the Beavers defeated Rowan University twice to claim the Babson Park Regional crown on Monday at Alumni Field. Babson staved off elimination with a 7-4 win and then edged the Profs 3-2 to advance to next weekend's NCAA Tournament Super Regionals.
HARTFORD, Conn.— Junior Abby McInerney (Cape Elizabeth, Maine) led all players with four goals and 10th-ranked Trinity College closed the first half with an eight-goal run on its way to defeating visiting Babson College, 16-5, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sundayafternoon at Sheppard Field.
HARTFORD, Conn.—Senior Francesca Giovanucci (Easton, Mass.) and junior Charlotte O'Halloran (Middletown, R.I.) each scored four times and Babson College used a 12-goal run that spanned parts of both halves to defeat Johnson & Wales University, 17-8, in an NCAA Tournament First Round game on Saturday afternoon at Sheppard Field.
BABSON PARK, Mass.— Babson softball went 1-1 on Saturday afternoon in NCAA Softball Championship action in Babson Park. The Beavers stay alive in tournament action and will now face Rowan in the Regional Finals tomorrow.
The Lead: In the second round of the 2017 NCAA Tournament, the No. 22 ranked MIT women's tennis team dropped a 5-0 final to No. 7 ranked Wesleyan College in a match played at Bowdoin College. The Engineers end the season at 13-9 overall, while Wesleyan will now face top-seeded Bowdoin in Sunday's regional final.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - The Springfield College softball team saw its season come to a close on Saturday afternoon, as the Pride fell to UMass Boston in the NCAA Division III Softball Championship Tournament, 3-1, on Potter Field.
The Lead: On Saturday afternoon at the Pickard Tennis Courts in Brunswick, Maine the No. 20 ranked MIT men's tennis team fell to No. 7 and defending national champion Bowdoin College, 5-0, in the NCAA Tournament's Regional Championship match. The loss brings MIT's season to a close with a record of 18-5, while Bowdoin advances to the National Quarterfinals in Chattanooga, Tennessee next week. Despite the score being 5-0, the Engineers made a rally during singles and had the match been played to completion it would have been a lot closer than the final score was.