Senior Kenny Sorensen (Quincy, Mass.) racked up a career-high 30 kills to lead the Eastern Nazarene College men’s volleyball team to a 3-1 victory over Newbury Saturday afternoon at the Lahue Physical Education Center.
Women's Basketball Head Coach Marc Taney is headed to Greece to discuss the opportunity with locals about attending Hellenic College and the ability to participate in NCAA Division III sports at Newbury College. Thanks to the consortium between Newbury College and Hellenic College approved by the NCAA last December, students committed to attending Hellenic College may participate in sports programs at Newbury.
Pioneers junior Nick Geyer (Newburgh, N.Y.) batted 3-for-4 while junior Danny Doran (Rochester, N.Y.) batted 1-for-3, with a solo home run, helping Alfred State to a 6-2 victory against the Newbury Nighthawks on Wednesday afternoon at the Player Development Complex.
Nighthawks freshman Jaymesha Sanders (West Haven, Conn.) has been voted to the New England Women's Basketball Association All-Rookie Team as voted by the head coaches of the region and the announced by the NEWBA Office on Tuesday afternoon.
Nighthawks senior Destiny Spears (Arnold, Md.) has been selected to participate in the New England Women's Basketball Association Senior All-Start Classic game as determined by the head coaches of the region and announced on Tuesday by the NEWBA Office.
Colonels sophomore Leona Stevens (Kingston, Mass.) scored a game-high four goals while freshman Katie Parker (Branford, Conn.) added a hat trick as the Curry Colonels defeated the Newbury Nighthawks 22-1 on Tuesday evening in non-conference play at Walter M. Katz Field.
The Nighthawks offense returned to their form from a week ago, scoring 13 runs in the first four innings on the way to a 15-4 win over the Becker Hawks on Sunday afternoon, salvaging a game in the three-game series of New England Collegiate Conference play.
Hornets seniors Mikayla Hodge (Newbury, Vt.) and Taylor Cavaliero (Somers, N.Y.) each scored five goals on the afternoon as the Lyndon State Hornets defeated the Newbury Nighthawks on Thursday at Victory Field on Opening Day for both teams.
The Gulls offense rolled, finishing the match with 46 kills while hitting .405 from the floor, as the Endicott Gulls remained perfect in New England Collegiate Conference by virtue of a 3-0 (25-10, 25-18, 25-14) victory over the Newbury Nighthawks on Wednesday evening at Pappas Gymnasium.