It was a clean sweep of the New England Collegiate Conference Weekly Awards for a trio of women's competitors while one men's track & field athlete earned an NECC Weekly Award, as announced by the NECC Office on Monday.
The Bulldogs pieced together a six-run inning to win game one while the Nighthawks responded in an extra-innings victory in game two, forcing a split of Friday's New England Collegiate Conference doubleheader between the Newbury Nighthawks and Dean Bulldogs.
Lesley's offense in game one was the story while a one-hit shutout in game two lifted the Lesley Lynx to a two-game sweep over the Newbury Nighthawks on Friday evening in New England Collegiate Conference play.
A ninth inning, six-run rally by the Newbury Nighthawks came up just shy on Thursday afternoon as the Plymouth State Panthers held off the Nighthawks with a 10-8 win in non-conference play at the New England Baseball Complex.
The Southern Vermont College softball team was overpowered Saturday afternoon at Willow Park as the Mountaineers lost 21-4 and then 18-1—both games ending after five innings—during a New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) doubleheader against Newbury College.
The Newbury Nighthawks men's and women's track & field teams continued their strong season with another series of high finishes and program records at the Penmen Relays, hosted by Southern New Hampshire University on Saturday.
The Brandeis University baseball team posted its largest margin of victory under head coach Derek Carlson tonight as the Judges defeated visiting Newbury College, 19-4, under the lights of Stein Diamond. The Judges improve to 10-13, while the Nighthawks fall to 5-14.
The fourth-seeded Eastern Nazarene College men’s volleyball team claimed a 3-0 (25-10, 25-23, 25-18) victory over No. 5 seed Newbury Tuesday evening at the Lahue Physical Education Center to advance to the NECC Tournament semifinals for the second-straight season.
Nighthawks sophomore Rory Dobbins (Warwick, R.I.) became the first Nighthawk in three years to be named to an All-Conference Team, landing on the New England Collegiate Conference Second Team, as voted by the coaches of the NECC and announced by the conference office on Tuesday morning.
Familiar opponents meet again on the Postseason stage as the No. 5 Newbury Nighthawks travel to the No. 4 Eastern Nazarene College Lions on Tuesday night for a New England Collegiate Conference Quarterfinal match with the winner advancing to the NECC Semifinals on Thursday.
Nighthawks sophomore David Jean (Malden, Mass.) took the top spot in one event on Friday afternoon and has been recognized as the New England Collegiate Conference Men's Track Athlete of the Week for the week ending on April 7 and as announced by the NECC Office today.
Nighthawks sophomore Taymise Sanders (Malden, Mass.) took the top spot in two events on Friday afternoon and has been recognized as the New England Collegiate Conference Women's Track Athlete of the Week for the week ending on April 7 and as announced by the NECC Office today.
Sunday's doubleheader looked poised to be swept by the Becker Hawks, but late-game heroics by the Nighthawks capped off by a walk-off home run by senior David Center (Medford, Mass.) forced the split of the two-game series on Sunday night.
The Newbury Nighthawks and Dean Bulldogs began their New England Conference Schedule with Saturday's doubleheader. Newbury took the first game 15-6, needing just five innings to start the NECC season 1-0, but the Bulldogs fought back with a late
Gulls senior Matt Bozek (Exeter, N.H.) finished his regular season career with a career-high 16 kills while hitting an impressive .444 from the floor as the No. 11 Endicott Gulls swept the Newbury Nighthawks 3-0 (25-11, 25-9, 25-14) in straight sets on Endicott's Senior Day in the season finale of New England Collegiate Conference play.
Nighthawks sophomore Taymise Sanders (Malden, Mass.) took first place in the women's 100-meter and 200-meter dashes while sophomore David Jean (Malden, Mass.) claimed the top spot in the men's 400-meter dash, as the Nighthawks men's and women's track & field teams combined for three wins at Friday's Regis Spring Classic.