NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Camel Athletics Club will be hosting a reception to bring together Connecticut College coaches, staff, alumni and friends on Saturday, Dec. 30 at Chelsea Piers in New York City when the men's ice hockey team faces nationally-ranked Hobart.
NORTHFIELD, Vt. – The Connecticut College women’s ice hockey team, which was facing a top 10 nationally-ranked opponent for the fifth time in seven games, battled wire-to-wire for 60 minutes before eventually coming up just short to No. 1 Norwich by a 4-2 score on Sunday afternoon at Kreitzberg Arena. The Camels held their own and found themselves ahead or tied for most of the game before the Cadets rallied by scoring the last three goals to remain unbeaten this season.
BRISTOL, R.I. – The Connecticut College women’s basketball team fell to Roger Williams by a 68-62 score at the Campus Recreation Center on Sunday afternoon. The Camels, who entered the afternoon without a loss on their resume in nearly a month, had their impressive winning streak halted at six games.
BRUNSWICK, Maine – Freshman Paul Capozzi (Lake Forest, Ill.) netted his first career hat trick to propel the Connecticut College men’s ice hockey team to a convincing 7-1 road win over Bowdoin at the Sidney J. Watson Ice Arena on Saturday afternoon.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Sophomore Daniel Aschale (Cambridge, Mass.) won the 3,000-meter run by punching in one of the nation’s fastest times to lead the Connecticut College men’s indoor track & field team at the Rhode Island College Invitational on Saturday afternoon.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Sophomore Koko Mensah (Orange, N.J.) recorded one of the top shot put marks in the country to lead the Connecticut College women’s indoor track & field team at the Rhode Island College Invitational on Saturday afternoon to open the season.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – Sophomore Ben Bagnoli (East Haven, Conn.) exploded to score a career-high 23 points and junior Phil Leotsakos (Arlington, Mass.) registered a double-double, but it wasn’t enough, as the Connecticut College men’s basketball team fell to Mitchell College by a 75-68 score at the Charles B. Luce Field House on Saturday afternoon.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn.—Senior Daniel Reisman (Santa Barbara, Calif.) collected his first win of the season to help the Connecticut College men’s squash team earn a 6-3 victory over host Wesleyan on Friday night at the Rosenbaum Squash Center.
HARTFORD, Conn. – Senior Mairead Hynes (Mahopac, N.Y.) scored 28 points in leading the Connecticut College women’s basketball team to a 74-63 non-conference win over Trinity at Ray Oosting Gymnasium on Monday evening. The Camels led for nearly the entire contest en route to earning their sixth straight victory.
HADLEY, Mass. – Connecticut College’s Samuel Piller (Charlottesville, Va.) has been named the NESCAC Men’s Squash Performer of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday afternoon. The sophomore is being recognized for the first time this season.
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – Freshman Erin Dillon (Hazlet, N.J.) scored her second goal of the season at the 3:02 mark of overtime to lift the No. 8 Connecticut College women’s ice hockey team to a thrilling 4-3 victory on the road over No. 6 Middlebury on Saturday afternoon at Kenyon Arena.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – Sophomores Mary Erb (Readfield, Maine) and Lily Gribbel (Pleasanton, Calif.) earned three individual and two relay victories apiece as the Connecticut College women’s swimming team won its third straight Connecticut Cup on Saturday at Wesleyan.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – Freshman Charlie Adl (New Canaan, Conn.) and senior George Tilneac (New York, N.Y.) each won an event as the Connecticut College men’s swimming team placed second among three schools in the Connecticut Cup hosted on Saturday afternoon at Wesleyan. The Camels finished the meet with 490.5 points.
AMHERST, Mass. – Freshmen Alex Snape (Washington, D.C.) and James Andrew (Dover, Mass.) recorded their first collegiate wins to help the Connecticut College men’s squash team register an 8-1 victory over Northeastern at a round robin tournament hosted by Amherst College on Saturday afternoon. The Camels also fell to the host Mammoths earlier in the day.
AMHERST, Mass. – Freshman Molly Carabatsos (North Andover, Mass.) and sophomore Margaret Davey (Groton, Mass.) recorded their first victories of the year to propel the Connecticut College women’s squash team past Northeastern University by an 8-1 score to close out a round robin tournament at Amherst College on Saturday afternoon. The Camels also fell to the host Mammoths, 9-0, earlier that day.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Connecticut College men’s ice hockey team fell to Williams by a 7-2 score on Saturday afternoon at Dayton Arena. The Ephs scored four power play goals and added an additional marker while playing shorthanded to remain unbeaten this season.
NEW LONDON, Conn. - Junior Kevin Doyle (Orleans, Mass.) scored a pair of goals and sophomore Connor Rodericks (Buzzards Bay, Mass.) notched his first career clean sheet between the pipes as the Connecticut College men's ice hockey team earned a convincing 5-0 win over Middlebury at Dayton Arena on Friday evening. The Camels scored five times for the second time in three outings and recorded their first shutout in more than two years.
MIDDLEBURY, Conn. – Sixth-ranked Middlebury handed the eighth-ranked Connecticut College women’s ice hockey team just its first loss of the season by posting a 3-0 shutout in an early battle for NESCAC supremacy on Friday evening at Kenyon Arena.
Patchogue, N.Y. – Junior David Labossiere (Stoneham, Mass.) exploded to score 27 points in leading the Connecticut College men’s basketball team to a 77-67 victory over St. Joseph’s (L.I.) at the Danzi Center on Thursday evening.
BEVERLY, Mass. – Connecticut College volleyball standout Sam Hunter (Pacific Palisades, Calif.) is among 30 NCAA Division III student-athletes who have been selected to participate in the New England Women’s Volleyball Association (NEWVA) Senior Classic All Star Game and Skills Competition, as announced by the organization.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Connecticut College women's soccer seniors Lauren Steele (Westford, Mass.) and Mackenzie Kingston (Charlotte, Vt.) as well as freshman Kat Norton (Hampton, Conn.) all earned United Soccer Coaches All-New England Region laurels, as announced by the national organization. Steele made the first team, while Kingston and Norton landed on the third team after helping the Camels advance to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in four years this past fall.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Connecticut College men’s soccer junior captain Ben Manoogian (Peabody, Mass.) earned United Soccer Coaches All-New England Region accolades, as announced by the national organization. The junior made the first team after helping the Camels advance to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 22 years this past fall.
CHANDLER, Ariz. – Connecticut College field hockey senior captain Jacqueline Murphy (Danvers, Mass.) earned a place on the NFHCA All-New England West Region Second Team, as announced by the national organization.