A total of 416 student-athletes have been honored by the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference with selection to the league’s Winter 2018 All-Academic Team that was released earlier today by Commissioner Angela Baumann.
Worcester State maintains the most points in the second round of the Howard C. Smith Cup standings. 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.
Williams College advanced to the second round of the 2018 NCAA Division III Men's Basketball Tournament as the host Ephs posted a 56-45 victory over visiting Bridgewater State University in opening round action on Friday night at Chandler Gymnasium.
Senior Shaquan Murray of Salem State is the 2017-18 Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Year and headlines the All-Conference team which is voted on by the seven coaches around the conference.
The NCAA Division III Tournament pairings have been announced and the Bridgewater State University men's basketball team will travel to Williamstown, Massachusetts Friday night (TBA) to take on the host Ephs of Williams College in an opening round contest.
The Bridgewater State University men's basketball team captured the 2018 Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) Tournament championship as the second-seeded Bears downed #4 Fitchburg State University, 77-72, in the conference title game on Saturday afternoon at the Tinsley Center.
Anthony Hodges knew the moment was coming. He just didn’t know when. But as Salem State took a huge, late lead on Jan. 10 against Fitchburg State, he started to get ideas. And with about four minutes left, coach Chris Harvey looked over to him.
After winning their semifinal games on Thursday night, second seed Bridgewater State and fourth seed Fitchburg State will meet on Saturday, February 24 to determine the MASCAC Men's Basketball Tournament Champion.
When the Lynn English boys basketball team defeated Gloucester last week, Antonio Anderson secured his first state tournament appearance as coach of the Bulldogs. English needed 10 victories to secure its bid — it only took Anderson and the Bulldogs 11 games to get it done. Needless to say, things are going well for Anderson in his first season on the English sideline.