WORCESTER, Mass. – The Connecticut College women’s rowing team raced against several of the top programs in the country for the third consecutive weekend at Lake Quinsigamond on Saturday morning.
MEDFORD, Mass. – The Connecticut College men’s tennis team concluded a 14-match stretch away from home with a 9-0 loss against No. 18 Tufts on Saturday.
HARTFORD, Conn. – The Connecticut College men’s track & field team had its final tuneup for the upcoming NESCAC Championships at the Trinity Invitational on Saturday.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – Sophomore Henry DeCoster (Greenwich, Conn.) was victorious in singles and doubles action as the Connecticut College men’s tennis team rallied to earn a 6-3 win over Coast Guard on Wednesday afternoon.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – Sophomores Brooklynn Hayes (Granville, Mass.) and Stephania Lopez (Chicago, Ill.) combined to score 11 goals in leading the Connecticut College women’s water polo team to a 13-9 win over Penn State Behrend in the seventh-place game of the CWPA Division III Championships on Sunday morning.
HARTFORD, Conn. – Henry DeCoster won his singles match in three sets to help lead the Connecticut College men’s tennis team to a 5-4 win over Trinity on Sunday afternoon.
HARTFORD, Conn. – Senior Emily Migliorini (North Haven, Conn.) won her singles and doubles matches, but it wasn’t enough, as the Connecticut College women’s tennis team fell to Trinity by a 7-2 decision on Sunday afternoon.
CLINTON, N.Y. – Junior Jack Rutter (Madison, N.J.) scored a career-high seven goals and classmate Colin Smith (Mount Kisco, N.Y.) made a personal-best 19 saves to help propel the Connecticut College men’s lacrosse team to a 12-9 victory over Hamilton on Saturday afternoon at Steuben Field.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Connecticut College women’s water polo team split against its competition at the CWPA Division III Championships on Saturday at the Lott Natatorium. The Camels first defeated Utica, 12-4, before dropping a 15-12 decision to Wittenberg later in the day.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – Senior Shannon Kennedy (East Longmeadow, Mass.) won the heptathlon and was among seven student-athletes to factor into breaking a school record in leading the Connecticut College women’s track & field team to a fourth-place finish at the Silfen Invitational over the weekend. The Camels finished the scoring meet with 83 points.
2018 Men's Soccer Standings