INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana - The NCAA released the field of 42 for the upcoming national tournament on Sunday evening. After claiming the NECC conference title over the weekend New England College is set to represent the conference on the national stage. Ten first-round games will be conducted Saturday, May 11 with the winners advancing to the second round. Sixteen second-round games will be conducted on Sunday, May 12 with the winners advancing to one of four regional sites Saturday and Sunday, May 18-19. Winners of the four regionals will advance to the semifinals and final, which take place Saturday and Sunday, May 25-26 at Day Field in Ashland, Virginia.
LEICESTER, Mass.— The No. 2 seeded New England College women's lacrosse team downs Becker College 18-6 in the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) championship game, and their first conference title since 2004.
LEICESTER, Mass. - The Becker College women's lacrosse team won 16-2 over visiting Southern Vermont College on Thursday afternoon in the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) semifinals at Alumni Field on the campus of Becker College in Leicester. With the victory, the top-seeded Hawks of Becker advance to the NECC Championship Finals for the first time since the 2014 season.
HENNIKER, N.H.— The No. 2 seeded New England College women's lacrosse team heads to the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) championship game, following their 25-10 win over Elms College Thursday evening at Don Melander Field.
MARSHFIELD, Mass – The New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) announced its 2019 Women’s Lacrosse All-Conference teams and major award winners on Tuesday afternoon. The awards were voted on by the conference’s seven coaches following the conclusion of the regular season. Six of the seven institutions were recognized on All-Conference while New England College paved the way with seven, while Becker claimed three of the four major awards.
BENNINGTON, Vt. – In what could likely be the final collegiate contest played on the Southern Vermont College campus, the hosting Mountaineers defeated Bay Path University 15-8 in a New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) women’s lacrosse first-round playoff contest at Everett Field.
MARSHFIELD, Mass. – The New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) announced the seedings for the 2019 Women’s Lacrosse Championship on Sunday afternoon following the conclusion of the regular season. After finishing with a perfect 6-0 NECC record Becker claims the No. 1 seed earning a first round bye and hosting rights for a semifinal next week. The Hawks will look to goalkeeper Nikolle Storey, the league leader in goals against average and save percentage throughout the tournament.