A record 211 student-athletes, including 15 members of Newbury College, have been named to the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Academic All-Conference team for the 2018 Fall semester, as announced by the conference office on Wednesday afternoon. The 211 student-athletes earning recognition bests the previous record of 210 honorees in the spring of 2017.
The United Soccer Coaches Association announced that Nighthawks junior Andrew Kalombo (Worcester, Mass.) has been named to the USC NCAA Division III Men's Scholar All-East Region Third Team. The designation is the first of any kind for men's soccer by the USC.
Red Dragons junior Jake Keller (Wappingers Falls, N.Y.) scored two goals and senior Migell Ormsby (Kingston, Jamaica) added a goal and collected an assist as the SUNY Cortland Red Dragons defeated the Newbury College Nighthawks 3-1 on Saturday night in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament.
For the first time in program history, a Newbury Nighthawks team is headed for the NCAA Tournament after clinching the automatic qualifier from the New England Collegiate Conference. The Nighthawks travel to upstate New York for their first-ever appearance in the National Tournament where they will face the No. 6 team in Division III, the State University of New York at Cortland Red Dragons.
The NCAA announced Monday afternoon that the New England Collegiate Conference Champion Newbury College Nighthawks will travel to the State University of New York at Cortland for the First Round Match in the NCAA Division III Men's Soccer National Tournament.
With under two minutes remaining in the first overtime, Nighthawks freshman Albert Baraka (Bukavu, Dem. Rep. of Congo) scored the goal of a lifetime, sending the Newbury Nighthawks to the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament by virtue of their 1-0 victory over Mitchell College on Sunday afternoon at Hormel Stadium.
MEDFORD, Mass. – The Newbury College men’s soccer team has advanced to the 2018 New England Collegiate Conference Championship Final after defeating New England College 2-1 this afternoon in the NECC Semifinals. The Nighthawks scored a pair of goals in the first 13 minutes of the contest earning the right to host defending NECC Champion, Mitchell College, at 1pm at Hormel Stadium in Medford, Mass.
For only the second time in the 11-year history of the New England Collegiate Conference, one team has swept the End-of-Season Major Awards. The Newbury Nighthawks join only the 2015 Daniel Webster Eagles in winning all four Major Awards in the same season.
In an unprecedented season, nine members of the Nighthawks men's soccer program have been named to the All-New England Collegiate Conference Teams, including a record six on the First-Team, as announced by the NECC Office on Tuesday morning.
For the first time in program history, the Newbury Nighthawks are the top-seed heading into the New England Collegiate Conference Postseason, as announced by the NECC Office today. Along with the top-seed, the Nighthawks 5-0-3 conference record marks the only unbeaten season in program history.
Corsair sophomore Joe Morehead’s (Fairhaven, Mass.) early marker paired with goalie Danny Andrade’s (New Bedford, Mass.) first clean sheet of the year structured UMass Dartmouth’s victory over Newbury College, 2-0, at Cressy Field on Friday night. Prior to the non-league clash, the Corsair athletic community honored its five senior members of the squad as part of Senior Night.
The Newbury Nighthawks became the sixth team in New England Collegiate Conference history to finish unbeaten in conference play with their scoreless draw against New England College on Tuesday afternoon at Charlestown High Complex.
Nighthawks freshman Warren Exceus (Boston, Mass.) finished the week with a goal and added an assist, helping him to his second New England Collegiate Conference Rookie of the Week award, for the week ending on Oct. 21.
Nighthawks senior Nicholas Olivares-Thompson (Rochester, N.H.) scored a pair of goal on Senior Night, providing plenty of offense in the Newbury Nighthawks 5-0 win over the Becker Hawks on Saturday evening in New England Collegiate Conference play.
Nighthawks freshman Richard Silva (Pompano Beach, Fla.) pulled off some late-game heroics, scoring his first goal of the season in the 88th minute, keeping the Newbury Nighthawks unbeaten in conference play in a 3-2 win over the Dean Bulldogs in New England Collegiate Conference play.
With two minutes remaining in double overtime in a match headed for a scoreless draw, Nighthawks freshman Kobe Barnes (Hartford, Conn.) scored the only goal on the afternoon, keeping the Nighthawks undefeated in conference play with a 1-0 victory over the Mitchell College Mariners on Saturday afternoon from Pride Field.
Nighthawks freshman Warren Exceus (Boston, Mass.) posted two goals and two assists for six points in the Nighthawks only game of the week, giving Exceus his first New England Collegiate Conference Rookie of the Week honor, for the week ending on Sept. 30.
Bears senior Greg Burnham scored a pair of goals for the Coast Guard Academy, leading to their 4-0 victory over the Newbury Nighthawks on Monday night in non-conference play. The Nighthawks loss breaks their five-game winning streak and marks their first loss since Sept. 8.
Nighthawks freshman Warren Exceus (Worcester, Mass.) scored a pair of goals and added a pair of assists, contributing in all four Nighthawk goals as Newbury won their fifth straight with a 4-1 victory over the Fitchburg State Falcons on Wednesday afternoon in non-conference play.
The Nighthawks offense exploded for six goals, the most in a game for the program since 2016, while shutting out the Southern Vermont Mountaineers 6-0 on Saturday afternoon at Everett Field in New England Collegiate Conference play.
Nighthawks freshman Ryan Gonzales (Portsmouth, N.H.) scored his first career goal, a header coming off a corner kick, leading the Nighthawks to a 1-0 victory over the Husson Eagles on Wednesday evening at Boucher Field in non-conference play.
Nighthawks juniors Josue Lopez (San Diego, Calif.) and Julius Davis (Philadelphia, Pa.) both scored in the first 12 minutes of the game, leading the Newbury Nighthawks to a 2-0 victory over the Emerson Lions on Monday night at Hormel Stadium in non-conference action.
With under four minutes remaining and a 1-1 game, Nighthawks junior Josue Lopez (San Diego, Calif.) scored his first goal of the season, providing the game-winner as the Nighthawks defeated the Elms Blazers, 2-1, on Saturday afternoon in the New England Collegiate Conference opener for both teams.
Only 36 seconds after halftime, Seahawks junior Evan MacDonald (Candia, N.H.) scored for Salve Regina University, providing all the offense they needed in their 1-0 victory over the Newbury Nighthawks on Saturday afternoon in non-conference play.
Nighthawks freshman Rony Morales (Seekonk, Mass.) scored his first career goal and added an assist, providing the offensive help needed as the Nighthawks broke through for their first victory of the season, a 2-0 win over the Emmanuel Saints on Wednesday night at Roberto Clemente Field.
Trailing 2-0 after 43 minutes in the first half, the Massachusetts Maritime Buccaneers came from behind twice, en route to a 3-3 draw on Monday evening against the Newbury Nighthawks for Clean Harbor Stadium.