Weston, Mass.The Regis College athletics department released its 2010 field hockey schedule earlier this week. The Pride will play 11 home games this season starting with non-conference opponent Simmons (Sept. 6).
Weston, Mass.In its annual end-of-year athletics banquet, the Regis College athletics department bestowed on Maria Mendes (Dorchester, Mass.) and James Cooper (Philadelphia, Pa.) the Mother Regis and Casserly Awards respectively.
Weston, Mass.Having recently participated in the NCAA Student Leadership Conference in Jersey City, N.J., Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) President Torie Pappas is ready to make some changes at Regis College.
Weston, Mass.Regis College Field Hockey participated in the Susan G. Komen Play 4 the Cure effort during the colleges annual homecoming activities Oct. 17. As a part of the initiative the team wore pink socks, and sold bracelets with proceeds benefiting breast cancer research.
Weston, Mass.¬-Three different Gordon College (4-12, 3-4 TCCC) players scored in the Scots 8-0 defeat of The Commonwealth Coast Conference opponent Regis College Thursday. Clara Baker (Underhill, V.T.), Brianne Gilbert (Windsor, Conn.), and Veronica Pierce (West Hartford, Conn.) all had two goals each.
Weston, Mass.Katy Vogl (Cazenovia, N.Y.) opened with Western New Englands first score, setting off a scoring frenzy that would ruin Regis Colleges (0-10, 0-6 TCCC) chances of picking up its first win of the season during its homecoming.
DUDLEY, Mass. (Oct. 13) Seven different Bison scored as Nichols College remained unbeaten on the season with a 7-0 home victory over Regis in a The Commonwealth Coast Conference game at Vendetti Field Tuesday evening. Nichols runs its program-record win streak to 13 games and improves to 6-0 in TCCC matches, while the Pride is still searching for its first win on the year at 0-9 overall and 0-5 in conference action.
Weston, Mass.Anna Marias Angela Giuffrida (Leicester, Mass.) scored the first goal of the match in less than 30 seconds. The AMCats posted five goals in the first period. Anna Maria went on to defeat Regis College 7-0 Saturday.
Weston, Mass.In a battle of the defeated, Lasell College (1-5) notched its first win of the season against a young Regis College (0-4) team Tuesday. Sophomore goalkeeper Erin Norton (Yarmouth, Maine) was responsible for the shutout.
Nashua, NH Rivier College stepped on the field for their second game of the season against another young program in the Regis College Pride. Just 2:36 into the first half Riviers Ashley Ruocco (Fr, E. Kingston, NH) scored her first goal of the season and gave Rivier a 1-0 lead that they would never give up. Regis put forth a valiant effort as they played the game with exactly 11 players and had no subs available, but as the game wore on, the fresher legs of the Raiders were able to prevail and finish with a 4-0 victory.
CHICOPEE, MA Elms College senior forward Tomie Lafond (Hatfield, MA) found the back of the night three times to help pace the Blazers to a hard-fought 4-2 victory over Regis College in Wednesday afternoons season opener for both teams.
With the win, Elms improves to 1-0 overall, while Regis falls to 0-1 on the season.
Weston, Mass.The National Field Hockey Coaches Association named junior Micaela Lynch (Lyndonville, VT), sophomore Laura Malloy (Windham, NH), junior Maria Mendes (Brockton, Mass.), and junior Maria Pino (Revere, Mass.) to its annual all-academic squad.
Weston, Mass.Regis College (0-7, 0-2 TCCC) lost to Endicott College (7-1, 2-0 TCCC) 5-0 Saturday. The Gulls Lindsey Mills (Arlington, Mass.) would attack first, scoring in less than four minutes. Samantha Bourgeouis (Gardner, Mass.) would give the assist, and would also tally a goal for Endicott.
Weston, MassHaving lost to Worcester Polytechnic Institute 7-0 on Labor Day, the Pride of Regis College (0-2) went to work against Elms College Thursday. Fighting a hard fought battle, the Pride would fall 2-1 to the Blazers.