WORCESTER, Mass. ? On Wednesday, July 12 the Worcester State University Wellness Center housed the Annual Massachusetts Association for Recreational Sports (MARS) State Workshop, as fitness, facilities, intramural and recreational program professionals, including students and vendors across Massachusetts came together for the event.
WORCESTER, Mass. ? The Worcester State University Department of Athletics has released the fall 2017 athletic teams? schedules, as they are now available for viewing at the Lancers? athletic website (wsulancers.com).
WORCESTER, Mass. ? 138 Worcester State University student-athletes were named to the Spring 2017 Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) All-Academic team, as announced by the MASCAC Commissioner, Angela Baumann, Thursday afternoon.
WORCESTER, Mass. ? Worcester State University?s senior softball player, Rachel Couto, has been recognized by the NCAA as a Woman of the Year Nominee, as announced by the NCAA Tuesday (Jun. 27) afternoon.
WORCESTER, Mass. ? On Wednesday, June 14, the Worcester State University Wellness Center will be expecting 350 coaches and administrators of NCAA Division III New England Region members for the New England Regional Rules Seminar, hosted by the New England Division III Commissioners Association (NEDIIICA).
At a May 31 press conference held in the Wellness Center at Worcester State University, the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL) announced plans to host the collegiate national teams from the United States and Japan this July at three of the League?s ballparks. The teams will be housed on campus.
WORCESTER, Mass. ? Three Worcester State University track & field student-athletes have earned Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) weekly accolades for their performances at the NCAA Division III National Championships in Geneva, Ohio this past week.
GENEVA, Ohio ? Worcester State University?s Sam Weeks (Methuen, Mass.) placed 13th in the hammer throw on Saturday (May 27) as he threw for 53.49m at the NCAA Division III National Championships, held at the SPIRE Institute.
GENEVA, Ohio ? Worcester State University?s rookie Justin Lewis (Lynn, Mass.) earned his first NCAA Division III national title and the Lancers? men?s track & field team?s second-ever individual title in program history as he leaped for a personal record (PR) and school record of 2.16m in the finals round of the NCAA Division III National Championships Friday (May 26) afternoon.