The Cardinals made history as the first team to defeat three NCAA-bound teams en route to their NESCAC crown. They will begin NCAA play with a face-off against Skidmore College on Friday, March 6 at Johns Hopkins University.
After defeating Bates, the men’s basketball team looks to punch its first-ever ticket to a NESCAC final.
Men’s Hoops fought off a tenacious Bates squad on the road to secure a spot in the semifinals against Trinity.
The team travels to Bates in search of its first NESCAC tournament win since 2012.
Edmonds ’16’s 29 points led the men’s basketball team in a 2-0 weekend over ‘CAC foes
Hoops are tied for the eighth and final playoff spot with Middlebury.
After losing to Bates and defeating Tufts, the men’s basketball team is now in a three-way tie for sixth in the conference.
The men’s basketball team won seven of 10 over winter break, including a 77-62 shellacking of conference-leading Bowdoin.
The men’s basketball team took three of four against non-conference foes, and forced overtime against last year’s national runner-up Ephs before falling in the extra period.
Men’s Basketball picked up two games to win Herb Kenny Tip-Off Tourney, Kuo ’17 takes home MVP honors.
Coach Reilly provides insight into how the men’s basketball team stacks up against ‘CAC competition this season.
Men’s Tennis writer Asher Young sat down for an interview with Coach Mike Fried to discuss how he got here, and where the programs are going.
Closing out their fall season, Dhruv Yadav ’18 and Greg Lyon ’17 win big for Men’s Tennis
Steven Chen ’18 caps off a historic run in the ITA New England regional championship with a second place finish.
The men’s tennis team won all 20 of its matches last weekend, beating Fairfield and Hartford Universities.
With the fall season approaching, Coach Mike Fried talks with Asher Young about his young squad of men’s tennis players.
Following a 2-2 tie against Conn College on Wednesday, Oct. 30, the women’s soccer team is heading to the NESCAC playoffs for the sixth consecutive season.
The women’s soccer team, with the help of Marisa Yang ’16, won its first game of the season on Tuesday, Oct. 1 at home against Elms College in a 4-1 blowout.