The Endicott Gulls men’s soccer team takes on Nichols on a senior day Saturday, as senior captain Jon Breed reflects on his Endicott career.
Freshman Zach Regulbuto, the starting goaltender for the Endicott Gulls men’s soccer team (5-3-1), continues to enjoy his student-athlete experience as the season progresses.
College is a monumental adjustment point in everyone’s young adult life. It’s a time to try new things and expand comfort zones, further than once believed.
Evan Couchot, the one-time freshman phenom who’s come to be the face of Endicott men’s soccer, continues his collegiate journey in year number four.
Veteran Daniel Rinkert attracted eyes with a magnificent singles performance, but Stonehill topped Endicott by a score of 7-2 at the South Campus Courts.
The Endicott field hockey team remains undefeated in the young season after a 3-1 victory over MIT on Tuesday night.
The Endicott Golf team traveled to The Country Club of Wilbraham in Wilbraham, Massachusetts to compete in the 2019 Commonwealth Coast Conference Tournament on April 27th. The Gulls walked on to the course with the feeling of the 2017 championship in the back of their minds.
Endicott College played host to the seventh annual Will Archibald ‘04 Wheelchair Game on Tuesday, honoring the late Will Archibald. The Gull faithful was present and accounted for in the MacDonald Gymnasium and gave participants a night they’ll never forget.
With anticipation creeping and excitement building, the Endicott cheer team finished seventh overall at the DIII Collegiate Championship in early April.
When the Endicott softball team jumped out to a 3-0 start to open the young 2019 season, the expectations were high. Three weeks later, the Blue and Green continue to pursue a championship and remain undefeated in the all important CCC.
The Endicott women’s lacrosse team looks to model the success of last season and establish themselves as a tough opponent in the talented CCC. With a versatile attack and a veteran core to their name, the Gulls plan on racking up the wins early on in the season.
The Endicott women’s basketball team will sit atop the seedings in the CCC tournament after prevailing against Western New England last Wednesday. With a 13-2 conference record and momentum in their favor, the Gulls don’t plan on stopping anytime soon.
The 2019 Endicott dance team find themselves in lone company as they become the first team in program history to finish top-5 in both the open jazz and open pom routines this past January. The group headed into the weekend with confidence and after a thrilling performance, it’s safe to say t…
Keith Brown cemented his name in the Endicott history books on November 25th as the Junior reached 1,000 career points for the blue and green.
6:30 A.M. is an early wake up call for most college students on a fall weekend coming off of summer break. For the Endicott golf team, those early wake up calls are just the start to a weekend of tournaments and hard work. The two hour travel time in a van of five golfers allows for team bon…
The Endicott field hockey prevailed against the University of New England in thrilling fashion to take home the team’s first conference title since 2012.
Since beginning the season with just one victory in the first three weeks of play, the Endicott football team has poured in five straight wins and aim to finish the season as advertised.
The Endicott men’s and women’s hockey teams begin play this Saturday and with a barrage of players returning from last season and lots of talent to put forth, the Gulls are primed to take the ice.
The Endicott fall sports fly high this homecoming weekend with wins all around. These wins gave the Endicott community a confident look into the season ahead.
On Tuesday night, Endicott’s Logan Day from Seminole, Florida, made his National Hockey League debut in an exhibition game for the Edmonton Oilers. Prior to the exhibition game, Day signed a one-year contract with the Bakersfield Condors, American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate of the Oilers.
Across the board, from a performance by Aleah Mackay in the NCAA DIII Regional Championship in the 10K, to a CCC Championship in Women’s Lacrosse, the Lady Gulls come out and put the rest of the CCC on notice. Let’s look at a more detailed look at each sport (men’s and women’s) and how they …
On a snowy Thursday in Bristol, Rhode Island, the Endicott Women’s basketball team came in trying to usurp the #2 seed who they had knocked o in the same gym just five days earlier. However, it was not as smooth this time around compared to the previous game. The Hawks of Roger Williams seem…
Playing a collegiate sport is a dream for many. Being sidelined, is a nightmare. Unfortunately for Endicott College junior Jaime Balboni, that nightmare became a reality.Balboni came to Endicott after a successful athletic career at Billerica Memorial High School. The varsity athlete made he…
It was a tough weekend for the Gulls as both the Men’s basketball team and Men’s Hockey team bowed out of playo competition.After a payback victory over the #2 seed Gordon in the Commonwealth Coast Conference tournament semi- nals the #3 seeded men’s basketball team advanced to the CCC tourn…
After back-to-back seasons falling short in the CCC Championship to Salve Regina, the Endicott Baseball team will hope third times the charm this season.
The baseball team’s formal dance fundraiser called “Nest Fest” which was supposed to be this Saturday was cancelled due to lack of sign ups.
Name: Matt McDevittAge: FreshmanSport: BasketballMajor: Finance Why did you chose Endicott? I chose Endicott because of the great internship program, and the great athletics. What do you like most about being apart of the Endicott Community? I like the close knit community feel. It's nice se…
The new student-athlete weight room and turf room had its grand opening this week on Tuesday. This facility will be used not only be used to benefit the Endicott Student Athletes, but the school of sports science majors as well.
On Sunday, November 5, 2017, more than 1,000 people, including over 100 members of the Endicott community, raced, walked, or volunteered at the Pete Frates 5K: Run, Wheel, Walk 3 for #3 held at Lynch Park in Beverly to raise money and awareness for ALS as well as to support Pete’s Park.
It’s time to tee off the Endicott Observers: Rookie Spotlight with Endicott golfer Tyler Smith. Many of these athletes have done their part in contributing to the team in the regular season. Not many have already played their role in influencing postseason play like Tyler has. Tyler finished…