Wildcats junior Kaylee Herring (Worcester, Vt.) finished with a game-high six goals, while also contributing four ground balls and three caused turnovers as the Bay Path University Wildcats defeated the Newbury Nighthawks, 21-4, on Thursday evening at Hormel Stadium Facility.
Eagles senior Madeline Roulier (Pittsfield, Mass.) scored a hat-trick, adding to her team-leading goal total, which stands at 19, helping the Daniel Webster Eagles over the Newbury Nighthawks 9-5 on Wednesday night at Hormel Stadium Facility for their first win of the season.
Mariners senior Ashley Murtha (South Windsor, Conn.) netted a season-high 11 goals, leading the Mitchell attack for a 19-3 victory over the Newbury Nighthawks on Monday afternoon at Alumni Field in New England Collegiate Conference action.
Blue Jays senior Vicky Thai (West Hartford, Conn.) and junior Hannah Lemek (Bristol, Conn.) scored four goals each as the University of Saint Joseph lacrosse team downed the Newbury College Nighthawks, 16-2, in non-conference action at Arute Field on Wednesday evening.
Mountaineers senior Lauren Nesshoever (Chittenden, Vt.) scored a season-high six goals, giving her 12 on the season, leading the Southern Vermont Mountaineers to a 23-0 victory over the Newbury Nighthawks on Saturday afternoon in New England Collegiate Conference play at Hormel Stadium Facility.
Tuesday evening the Newbury Nighthawks travel to Western Connecticut for their fourth match in their inaugural season, facing the Albertus Magnus Falcons in New Haven, Conn. The Falcons make their season debut on Tuesday in their fifth season in program history. The Falcons season starts with two matches against New England Collegiate Conference opponent; today vs. Newbury and Thursday at Daniel Webster.
Falcons freshman Courtney Cacace (Brookfield, Conn.) recorded a team-high six goals and seven points as the Albertus Magnus College women's lacrosse team opened the 2017 campaign with a 21-2 triumph over Newbury College on Tuesday evening in the Falcons' home opener.
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. - The Smith College lacrosse team received goals from 10 different players in Saturday's 16-0 win over Newbury. At 6-1, the Pioneers are off to their best start in program history. Smith also recorded their first shutout in the history of the program.
The weather has struck again in New England, forcing the postponement of a Nighthawks lacrosse game scheduled for Saturday, March 4 at New England College; the final game before the Nighthawks Spring Break took effect.
Chargers sophomore Sierra Schuster (Hopkinton, N.H.) scored four times on the night and junior Nicole Lavigne (Berlin, Vt.) posted three goals and three assists, propelling the Colby-Sawyer Chargers to a 20-1 victory over the Newbury Nighthawks on Tuesday at The Winsor School.
Mount Ida scored seven times in the opening five minutes on their way to a 20-0 win over Newbury College in non-conference women's lacrosse action on Saturday at Hormel Stadium, the season opener for both teams and the first ever varsity contest for the Nighthawks.
Nighthawks Lacrosse joins Indoor Track & Field as the newest sports offered to student-athletes at Newbury College. Saturday afternoon the Lacrosse program begins their inaugural season against Mount Ida College at 1:00 p.m. at Hormel Stadium in Medford, Mass; the first game in program history.