BENNINGTON, Vt. - Sophomore forward Nilton De Andrade (Boston, Mass.) registered a hat trick and added an assist in the 4-0 #5 Newbury College win over #4 Southern Vermont College in the first round of the New England Collegiate Conference tournament. The Nighthawks will travel to #1 Mitchell College on Friday for a 2:00pm kickoff.
FITCHBURG, Mass.- A late first half goal by senior, Kevin Teixeira (Boston, MA) sent the Nighthawks into halftime 1-0, but Newbury could not hold on as Fitchburg State University would score a pair of goals in the second half of the match to win tonight's match at Elliot Field.
HENNIKER, N.H.—New England College senior forward Michael Skarbelis (North Andover, Mass.) registered a hat-trick in a 4-0 win in non-conference win against Newbury College on Sunday afternoon. The win evens the Pilgrims at 3-3-2 while the loss drops Newbury to 3-6.
BOSTON, Mass. - Reigning New England Collegiate Conference Player of the Week, sophomore Nilton De Andrade (Boston, Mass.) scored twice for the Newbury College in the first half but it was not enough as Emerson College picked up the 3-2 overtime win tonight at Rotch Field. Lion freshman John Manoccia's (Narraganset, R.I.) first collegiate goal in the 93rd minute was the game-winner for Emerson.
BOSTON, Mass. – Bates College men’s soccer remains undefeated after defeating Newbury College, 3-1 at Hellenic Field this afternoon. The Bobcats were powered by a 23-8 shot advantage and collected 10 corner kicks to the Nighthawks none.
BOSTON, Mass. – Sophomore forward Nilton De Andrade (Boston, Mass.) scored two second half goals in leading the Newbury College men’s soccer team to a 2-1 victory over visiting Eastern Nazarene College this afternoon at Hellenic Field.
BOSTON, Mass. – The Newbury College men’s soccer team collected its first win of the season this afternoon over visiting Emmanuel College in the Nighthawks home opener at Hellenic Field, 4-3. The physical match ended less than two minutes into the first overtime period when freshman midfielder Ronald Giraldo (Mamaroneck, N.Y.) redirected a touch from sophomore forward Carlos Diego (Lawrence, Mass.).
The men’s soccer team recorded their second straight 11 win season and the combination of a talented freshman class and experienced senior class, brought the Nighthawks to the semifinals of the NECC Tournament in 2016. The 11-8-2 record resulted in the best winning percentage in program history (.571).
Six members of the men’s soccer team have been recognized for their outstanding play this season by the NECC. Senior Prince Boateng (Worcester, Mass.) and freshman Nilton De Andrade (Boston, Mass.) made the All-Conference First Team.
Nighthawks freshman Nilton De Andrade (Boston, Mass.) has been awarded the New England Collegiate Conference Rookie of the Year for his strong 2016 campaign. De Andrade, who finished with a program freshman record 16 goals and 36 points in 20 games, is the first Rookie of the Year in program history and the first player to win a major award since Shaundize Moosavizadeh won Player of the Year in 2011.
After 110 minutes, only penalty kicks could settle the match between the Newbury Nighthawks and Regis (Mass.) Pride. A critical stop by Manny Santiago (Bristol, Conn.) of the Pride in the second round of penalty kicks would seperate the Pride from the Nighthawks, giving Regis (Mass.) the edge to a 4-2 victory in penalty kicks on Friday night in the NECC Men's Soccer Semifinals.
The winner Friday night between the sixth-seed Newbury Nighthawks and the second-seed Regis (Mass.) Pride will earn a spot in the NECC Men's Soccer Finals. By virtue of the second-seed, Regis (Mass.) (10-7-1, 5-2-1 NECC) earned a bye into the semifinal round. The Nighthawks (11-8-1, 4-4-0 NECC) find themselves in the semifinals after a 4-2 upset victory over the third-seeded Lesley Lynx.