For the fourth year in a row, Westfield State received the most points out of the eight institutions to claim the Howard C. Smith Cup following the completion of the spring season. The Smith Cup is awarded annually to the member institution which compiles the most points based on the placement of each of its programs competing in the 15 league championship sports.
The University of Massachusetts Boston highlights a list of eight universities?including four from New England?that will be fighting for a single spot at the NCAA Division III World Series. The New England Regional, hosted by Massachusetts Maritime Academy and the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, drew the tournament champions from seven different conferences, including three teams ranked in the Top 25 nationally.
Colin McCabe is officially the best freshman shot putter in New England. The star Massachusetts Maritime Academy thrower qualified for the prestigious multi-divisional All-New England Track and Field Championships and finished No. 8 across NCAA Divisions I, II, and III in shot put with a 15.35m throw.
Fresh off its Team IMPACT Draft Day yesterday, the Massachusetts Maritime Academy?s softball team added another season highlight as Jill Corazzini was named to the All-Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference Second Team.
The dream season continues for shot putting sensation Colin McCabe. Not only did McCabe earned his fourth MASCAC Rookie of the Week nomination, but the two-sport freshman qualified for the All-New England Track and Field Championship on Saturday at Dartmouth College.
The Massachusetts Maritime Academy men?s lacrosse was shut out of All-New England Women?s and Men?s Athletic Conference voting, but senior Nick Zaia concluded his career with a nice honor as he was named to the NEWMAC All-Sportsmanship Team.
Buccaneer Baseball capped off an exciting 2018 season with a series of awards from the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference, headlined by Rookie of the Year John Teehan. Teehan was joined on the All-Conference First Team by Logan Sullo, while Connor Kennedy and Casey Furnas were tabbed to the MASCAC Second Team.
Massachusetts Maritime Academy celebrated its second annual Bucs4Bucs Day, which promotes philanthropy education and community involvement through a series of events and activities across campus. Buccaneer Athletics was a proud participant in the event, hosting a scavenger hunt location with Bucs bumper stickers and hosting a dodgeball tournament in which the Bad News Bucs defeated Maritime?s Rugby Club.
The 2018 women?s lacrosse season has seen one Massachusetts Maritime Academy record after another fall and, with the announcement of the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference season awards, a final historic moment was achieved. For the first time in history, a Buccaneer has been named to a major conference award, as Casey Sullivan claimed Rookie of the Year honors. She was joined on the All-MASCAC Second Team by Stephanie Hunt, the first time the Academy has been tabbed twice on the list.