The Newbury College Department of Athletics announced today that Caitlin Benyi has resigned as the Newbury College Softball Coach in order to jumpstart a new career at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
Newbury College announced the appointment of Alex Rodriguez, B.A., M.B.A., as Faculty Athletics Representative, effective immediately.
Rodriguez steps into the Faculty Athletics Representative role following two years of involvement with Newbury College as a professor at Newbury’s Roger A. Saunders School of Business & Hotel Management.
Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach and Senior Women’s Administrator, CJ Haase will be traveling with American International Sports Teams (AIST), helping coach during their Prague Cup Lax Tour from June 17-26. This tour travels to Munich, Germany and Prague, Czech Republic where the team will play against a Munich collegiate team and compete in the Prague Cup Lacrosse Tournament.
The New England Collegiate Conference announced today that eight Nighthawk student-athletes have been named to the 2016-17 All-Conference Academic Team for the student-athletes of the winter and spring seasons.
Nighthawks senior-to-be Destiny Spears is headed for Ireland as a member of United States of America Athletes International Basketball Team in 2017, in conjunction with the Irish Roots Tour and The Irish Basketball Partnership.
Nighthawks pitcher Ethan Forrest (East Bridgewater, Mass.) and junior outfielder Matthew Sobray (Santa Clarita, Calif.) added to their postseason awards as both were recognized as members of the 2017 New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association Division III All-New England Team.
Newbury College Director of Athletics, Jonathan Harper has announced the promotion of Danny Borrero to Director of Sports Medicine effective July 1, 2017. Borrero has served as Newbury’s first full-time Head Athletic Trainer since August 2014.
Nighthawks senior Ethan Forrest (East Bridgewater, Mass.) has been named the 2017 New England Collegiate Conference Pitcher of the Year as voted by the member schools of the NECC, claiming an award that has eluded the Nighthawks winningest pitcher, until the announcement today by the conference office.
A pair of Nighthawks seniors, Ethan Forrest (East Bridgewater, Mass.) and Ian Hruniak (Lutz, Fla.) finish their career on the All-Conference First Team as announced by the New England Collegiate Conference Office on Tuesday afternoon.
Nighthawks freshman goalie Keely Molloy (Staten Island, N.Y.) was named to the New England Collegiate Conference All-Sportsmanship Team as voted by the member schools of the NECC, announced by the Conference Office on Monday afternoon.
The goal was simple entering the day for both teams, a single win for the Lesley Lynx would give them the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. For the Newbury Nighthawks, they were in need of two victories to clinch the New England Collegiate Conference Crown. Following a third straight comeback win for the Nighthawks, the season came down to a final, winner-take-all, game.
BOSTON, Mass. - The Newbury Nighthawks needed a pair of comebacks to stay alive in the New England Collegiate Conference Championships, while the Lesley University Lynx rolled to the final's in the winner's bracket on Saturday afternoon at Sweeney Field at Wentworth.
A three-run sixth inning but the Wildcats brought them back from two runs down as Bay Path advances in the winner's bracket with a 5-4 victory over the top-seed, Newbury Nighthawks, on Thursday night at Sweeney Field.
A seven-run opening inning, all with two outs, was the catalyst for the Nighthawks offense as the top-seeded Nighthawks are moving on to the NECC Semifinal, Double Elimination Bracket via a 13-3 victory over the No. 8 seed Southern Vermont Mountaineers on Tuesday afternoon at Grant Field.