The Elms College men’s volleyball team nabbed the second spot in the New Collegiate Conference preseason poll. The Blazers tallied 32 points and the two remaining first place votes. The Blazers are coming off a season in which they broke a program record with 28 wins, and took home a share of the regular season conference title.
A total of 38 Elms College student-athletes have been named to the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Academic All-Conference team for the 2019 Fall semester, as announced by the conference office on Wednesday morning.
The Elms College men’s basketball team dropped a non-conference game 81-63 at Emmanuel College on Wednesday night. The loss puts the Blazers at (5-10) overall on the season and (1-1) in conference play.
The Elms College women?s basketball team picked up a New England Collegiate Conference road win on Tuesday night over Bay Path University. The Blazers controlled the Wildcats for four quarters in the 84-40 win. Elms improves to 5-10 overall and 2-3 in NECC play.
The Elms College men’s basketball team dropped a tough road game at ENC on Saturday afternoon. In a game that came down to the wire, two free throws and a clutch block lifted the Eastern Nazarene College to a 76-75 victory over Elms Saturday afternoon at the Lahue Physical Education Center. The Blazers see their three game winning streak come to an end, and dip to 5-9 overall and 1-1 in league competition with the result.
The Elms College women’s basketball team dropped a New England Collegiate Conference road game 68-56 at Mitchell College on Saturday afternoon. The loss puts the Blazers at 4-10 overall and 1-3 in conference play on the season.
The Elms College men’s basketball team defeated the visiting Lesley University Lynx 98-64 on Wednesday night in their New England Collegiate Conference opener. It was the third straight victory for the Blazers who now stand at 5-8 on the season and 1-0 in NECC play.
Junior D.J. Edelen (Prince George, Va.) notched a strong performance in the Blazers’ lone contest, a 70-58 victory over Norwich. Edelen poured in 20 points and pulled down 11 rebounds, while also chipping in two assists.
The Elms College men's basketball team opened up 2020 with a 70-58 home win over Norwich University on Thursday evening at the Maguire Center. The Blazers used a fast jumping out to a 16-3 lead, and would carry a 13 point advantage into the break.
The Elms College women's basketball team dropped a home game to the visiting Eastern Nazarene College Lions 68-38 in league action Saturday afternoon.
The Blazers slip to 4-8 on the season and 1-1 in the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) with the loss.
The Elms College women’s basketball team defeated the Suny Delhi Broncos 82-59 on Monday afternoon to round out their stay at the Western Connecticut State University Hat City Tournament. The Blazers improve to 4-7 on the season.
The Elms College women’s basketball team returned to the hardwood after a two week break at the Hat City Tournament, hosted by Western Connecticut State University. The Blazers would come up short in the 64-51 loss to Alfred University. The setback puts Elms at 3-7 on the season.
The Elms College men’s basketball team picked up a non-conference win on Saturday afternoon at Picknelly Arena. The Blazers edged out the visitng NVU-Johnson Badgers 84-81 in non-conference action. The win pushes Elms to 3-8 on the season.
The Elms College Women’s basketball team picked up a 70-53 road win at Mount Holyoke College on Wednesday night. The win pushes the Blazers to (3-5) on the season and (1-0) in conference. The game would also see a Blazer record fall on the night. Angelica Peguero-Flores (Springfield, MA) would pick up three blocks in the game and become the all-time program leader with 119.
The Blazer swim teams closed out the first semester with the Regis Invitational on Sunday 12/8/19. Both the Women's and Men's teams swam strong in the all-day, dual session meet. Many swam to season best times, with some achieving lifetime bests at the meet.
Senior captain Becca Molin (West Hartford, CT) has been selected to play in the New England Women’s Intercollegiate Soccer Association Senior Bowl. The NEWISA Senior Bowl features seniors from colleges and universities throughout New England representing all three NCAA Divisions.
Angelica Peguero-Flores (Springfield, MA) scored 27 points and pulled down 18 rebounds to lead the Elms College women's basketball team past the MCLA Trailblazers 63-57 in non-league action inside the Amsler Campus Center. The Blazers improve to 2-5 on the season.
The Blazer Swim Teams returned to competition on Saturday 11/23 at home for their annual dual meet against Bridgewater State University. Both the men and women fell to the Bears 158-40 and 140-64 respectively.
The Elms College women’s basketball team lost 64-58 to the visiting Johnson and Wales Wildcats last Tuesday. The Blazers erased a 10 point halftime deficit and pushed to game to extra time before falling short. The loss puts Elms at (1-6) on the season.
The Elms College women’s basketball team opened up New England Collegiate Conference play on Saturday afternoon at Picknelly Arena with a win, defeating the visiting Lesley Linx 90-24. With the win the Blazers improve to (1-4) overall and (1-0) in NECC play.