HADLEY, Mass. – Connecticut College junior women’s basketball standout Sami Ashton (Clinton, Conn.) has been named to the All-NESCAC Second Team, as announced by the league office on Wednesday afternoon. She is receiving the recognition for the first time of her career.
Women’s Basketball Concludes Season in Record-Breaking NESCAC Tournament Quarterfinal Game At No. 1 Bowdoin
BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Connecticut College women’s basketball team concluded its 2018-19 season by dropping a NESCAC Quarterfinal matchup to No. 1 Bowdoin by a 96-75 decision on Saturday afternoon at Morrell Gymnasium.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – Connecticut College will be among eight schools competing in the NESCAC Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament beginning this weekend.
WATERVILLE, Maine – With playoff implications on the line, the Connecticut College women’s basketball team punched its ticket to the upcoming NESCAC Tournament by earning a 67-65 victory over Colby on Saturday afternoon at Wadsworth Gymnasium.
BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Connecticut College women’s basketball team battled hard but ultimately dropped a 69-58 decision to No. 1 Bowdoin on Friday evening at Morrell Gymnasium.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Connecticut College women’s basketball team fell to Trinity by a 64-54 score on Sunday afternoon at the Charles B. Luce Field House.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Connecticut College women’s basketball team dominated the second half of play en route to downing Bates by a convincing 73-52 score on Saturday afternoon at the Charles B. Luce Field House.
NEW LONDON, Conn. – The Connecticut College women’s basketball team was dealt a 66-45 loss by No. 6 Tufts on Friday evening at the Charles B. Luce Field House.
WILLIMANTIC, Conn. – Eastern Connecticut State broke loose in the third quarter and held off a valiant comeback effort to escape with a 66-57 victory over the Connecticut College women’s basketball team on Tuesday evening at Geissler Gymnasium.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – The Connecticut College women’s basketball team fell to Wesleyan by a 68-60 score on Saturday afternoon at Silloway Gymnasium. The Cardinals emerged as the victors in a seesaw battle which featured 19 lead changes and four ties by outscoring the Camels by a 19-10 margin in the fourth quarter.