The Elms College women’s volleyball team picked up a four-set win at Newbury College in the New England Collegiate Conference opener on Saturday. The Blazers won 25-13, 25-13, 22-25, 25-15 to improve to 8-3 overall and 1-0 in NECC play.
The Elms College women’s soccer team battled with New England Collegiate Conference powerhouse Lesley University for nearly 100 minutes on Saturday before falling 1-0 in overtime in heartbreaking fashion.
Throughout the hiring process, Rich had met with the Athletic Department at Elms College multiple times to discuss incoming applicants but none of them seemed to fit the needs of such a strong program. That was until someone brought up Professor Jill Bigos, an Elms College Hall of Famer
Hayley Omahen (San Diego, Calif.) scored two goals and Madison Gabel (Agawam, Mass.) added another but the Rivier University field hockey team defeated visiting Elms College, 5-3 on Thursday at Raider Field.
The Blazers (5-2-1) and Golden Bears (3-3-1) seemed destined to draw as the game crept into the 109th minute but with just 1:38 remaining in the second overtime Goodwin (Lawrence, Mass.) lifted Elms to its third consecutive victory.
After scoring two critical goals in an overtime win over Fitchburg State and assisting another in the New England Collegiate Conference opener, Elms College freshman Sydney Goodwin (Lawrence, Mass.) was selected as the NECC Women’s Soccer Rookie of the Week.
The Elms College men’s golf team climbed one spot on the leaderboard on the final day of the Duke Nelson Invitational hosted by Middlebury after a final-round team score of 323 on Sunday. The Blazers finished 21st in the 22-team field after improving by nine strokes over Saturday’s opening round 332.
The Elms College men’s golf team finds itself at the back of the pack after the first day of the Duke Nelson Classic hosted by Middlebury. Through 18 holes, the Blazers are in 22nd place after a team score of 333, three shots behind Wesleyan University.
The Elms College men’s soccer team was on the wrong end of a late flurry of goals on Saturday, falling 2-1 in heartbreaking fashion at Newbury in the New England Collegiate Conference opener for both teams.
The Elms College men’s and women’s cross country teams had a successful morning at the Mitchell College Invitational on Saturday. Emily Guillerault led the Blazer women with a 10th-place finish while Ricky Elmer finished 16th to lead the Blazer men.