Women's Tennis

Women's Tennis defeated Gordon 5-0, they will now move on to the CCC championship against Nichols. 


The Endicott football team ups their win streak to four games after running away with a 66-38 win over the University of New England. The Gulls had all kinds of success running the ball highlighted by Greg Ruff who racked up 120 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Quarterback Joe Kalosky was also sharp completing 18 of his 32 pass attempts for 228 yards and has an outstanding 863 yards in his past four games. Endicott tied their program record with 66 points in a single game and will travel to Becker on Saturday, October 20th at 12:00 P.M.

Field Hockey

The Endicott Field Hockey team took care of business against Salve Regina to enhance their record to 13-1 thanks to an incredible six goals from Kristen McCarthy. Taylor Bulis evened the score for the Seahawks at 1-1 early on but the Gulls responded by scoring the next eight goals of the contest to round out the victory. Abby Carter scored her first of two goals of the season from the defensive position. The team will prepare for Bates on Thursday, October 18th at 7:00 P.M.

Women’s Tennis

The Endicott women’s tennis team climbed to a sensational 12-1 record on the season with a clean 5-0 win over Gordon. Justine Hoover and Margot Andreasen set the tempo early with an 8-3 win and were followed by another victory thanks to Gretta Hartman and Fernanda Trevino. The Gulls would dominate singles play as well and will battle one-seeded Nichols this Saturday in the CCC Championship at 1:00 P.M.

Women’s Soccer

The Endicott women’s soccer team tallied back to back road shutout wins over Wentworth and Salem State to amp their record to 7-4-4. The Gulls and the Leopard went down to the wire until junior Madeline Cheney headed in a goal that rolled past the Wentworth goaltender at the 92:16 mark. Two nights later the club took on Salem State as Cheney continued to give goaltender’s trouble with another two goals just 10:27 apart. Madeline Mucher also found the back of the net in the win. The team will host the University of New England on Wednesday, October 17th at 4:00 P.M.

Men’s Soccer

The Endicott men’s soccer team aimed to defend their winning streak and did just that with a road win against Wentworth. Cameron Pacheco opened the scoring for Wentworth but it was all Gulls after that as Evan and Conner Couchot scored the next two goals in the contest in route to a 3-1 victory. Dario Neukom put the lid on things with another tally and helped lift Endicott to their sixth win in as many tries. The University of New England comes to town on Wednesday, October 17th at 7:00 P.M.

Women’s Volleyball

The Endicott women’s volleyball team came up short against Bowdoin and split the following two contests to round their record to 14-9. Despite 17 Emma Mancini kills the Gulls couldn’t take care of business on senior night against Bowdoin. Endicott responded with a bang against Springfield with a 3-0 sweep as Alex Dippel reached double digit kills but the team fell to Umass Boston 3-1. Next in line is the University of New England on Wednesday, October 17th  at 7:00 P.M.

Women’s Cross Country

Only Emmanuel College surpassed Endicott at the Suffolk University Invitational as the Gulls finished second out of 19 teams this past Friday. Emma Farmington shined in the 5-kilometer course with a time of 20:41. The Gulls ran consistently as Aleah MacKay was right behind Farmington in 12th place and Abigail Keim soon after in 14th place. The top five runners for Endicott all crossed the finish line in a 53-second span. The team will take part in the CCC Championship at Gordon College on Saturday, October 27th at 11:00 A.M.

Men’s Cross Country

The Endicott men’s cross country team took seventh place at the Suffolk University Invitational with four runners in the top 50. Joshua Knight led the way posting a time of 28:47 in the eight-kilometer course with Marcus Poccia not far behind with a time of 28:52. The team will run their way to the CCC Championship at Gordon College on Saturday, October 27th at noon.

Men’s Rugby

The Endicott men’s rugby team remains perfect on the season at 5-0 with a 37-26 triumph over Plymouth State. Jackson Thiebes was a big contributor all over the field and the club will welcome Wheaton College on Friday, October 19th.

Credit: EC Gulls