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August 17, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Men's Basketball #1 NEWPORT, R.I. - Salve Regina University men's basketball senior Nicholas Bates (Danvers, Mass.) and junior Rodney Morton (Malden, Mass.), both captains, were named to the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) All-CCC teams in voting by the league's coaches at the end of the regular season. "Our staff and players are pleased to see Nick Bates and Rodney Morton have their efforts recognized by the CCC coaches," 15th-year head coach Sean Foster commented.
August 16, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Men's Lacrosse #1 NEWPORT, R.I. - The Salve Regina University men's lacrosse team held visiting Curry College to two goals in the second half, one in each quarter, to earn a 9-7 victory on Senior Day. This was the 20th meeting between Salve Regina and Curry. The Seahawks own a 12-8 record in the all-time series and have now won five in a row over the Colonels.
August 15, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Men's Soccer #1 NEWPORT, R.I. - The Salve Regina University men's soccer team scored four goals in a six minute stretch of the second half to break a 0-0 tie on its way to a 6-0 victory over visiting Massachusetts Maritime Academy in non-conference action Wednesday at Brother Reynolds Field.
August 15, 2017
Seahawks earn Academic Honor Squad; place five on Honor Roll NEWPORT, R.I. –The Salve Regina University women’s lacrosse team has been named an Academic Honor Squad for the 2016-17 season by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA).
August 14, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Men's Cross Country #1 NEWPORT, R.I. - The lineup of Billy Martin (West Islip, N.Y.), Scott Brewer (Wilbraham, Mass.), Andrew Sardelli (Hope Valley, R.I.), David Napierkowski (Cheshire, Conn.) and Brett Jutras (East Bridgewater, Mass.) made a mark on the cross country program’s all-time list in a meet at UMass Dartmouth on Sept. 17. The Seahawk scorers combined for a time of 2:21:49.8, which ranks third on the team’s all-time list for aggregate time at 8K. The program record, 2:17:57.69, was set at UMass Dartmouth in 2014. Martin raced the second-fastest 8K of his career – 27:16.89 – to lead the charge. He split 5:16 in the opening mile and settled in around 5:30 pace as he worked his way through the field. He would up inside the top 100 (76) in the field of 242. Brewer, Sardelli and Napierkowski spent much of the race in a pack, working together to advance through the field. Brewer broke from the pack in the later miles to claim the No. 2 spot for Salve Regina, posting a personal best for 8K at 28:02.29. Sardelli (28:39.74), Napierkowski (28:54.62) and Jutras (28:56.29) all ran their fastest 8K races of the season. “The course at UMass Dartmouth suits us very well, and many of our athletes’ personal bests, as well as many of our program records, have been set there,” said head coach Rob McGuinness. “This was a solid performance for our scoring five, and I know they are proud to have their names on the all-time list.”
August 13, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Men's Tennis #1 NEWPORT, R.I. - Salve Regina University freshman Aaron White (Falmouth, Mass.) rallied for a three-set victory at fourth singles to lift his team to a 5-4 victory over visiting Rhode Island College at the Seahawks' tennis court on Leroy Avenue on Thursday.
August 12, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Baseball #2 NEWPORT, R.I. - Salve Regina University baseball vaulted to No. 1 in the region in the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA) poll after a 7-1 week raised the Seahawks' overall record to 27-5 (April 25, 2017).
August 11, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Softball #2 NEWPORT, R.I. - Salve Regina topped host Springfield, 7-4, in the opening contest of the 2017 NCAA Division III Championship Tournament Regional.
August 10, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Women's Volleyball #2 NEWPORT, R.I. - Sophomore Cassidy Trablicy (Phoenix, Ariz.) recorded 12 kills, three aces, and five blocks to help pace the fifth-seeded Salve Regina University women's volleyball team to a 3-0 win over fourth-seeded Wentworth Institute of Technology in a Commonwealth Coast Conference quarterfinal match played at Tansey Gymnasium.
August 9, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Men's Ice Hockey #2 NEWPORT, R.I. - The Salve Regina University men's ice hockey team has been ranked in a national poll for the first time in program history.
August 8, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Football #2 NEWPORT, R.I. - Offensive coordinator and head coach Kevin Gilmartin takes pride in his team's ability to keep the quarterback clean and score points.
August 7, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Women's Cross Country #2 NEWPORT, R.I. - There is no doubt that the Connecticut College Invitational was a highlight for Salve Regina in 2016. The team finished eighth amid a loaded field that included three of the top 10 teams in New England and two ranked teams from outside the region. A competitive finish among the region’s top teams is one thing. A new program record for combined team time at 6,000 meters is another. Four of the five Seahawk scorers posted personal bests at 6K in breaking a record that had been set a year before at the Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship. Seniors Amy Irving (Bohemia, N.Y.) and Victoria Varone (Providence, R.I.) led the scoring charge, finishing inside the top 40 in the field of 250. Senior Taylor Ricker (Rocky Point, N.Y.), junior Olivia Wilson (Bethel, Conn.) and freshman Cianna Lynch (Cranston, R.I.) rounded out the scoring five. The group’s aggregate time was 1:57:24.1, a 21-second improvement over the previous mark. Amy Irving – 22:35.3 Victoria Varone – 23:10.3 Taylor Ricker – 23:41.7 Olivia Wilson – 23:49.9 Cianna Lynch – 24:06.9 “Our aggregate time records are becoming more difficult to beat,” said head coach Rob McGuinness. “I thought the record set in 2015 would stand for some time, in light of the personnel and the level of performance on that day. I am glad to be wrong. This group made its mark on the all-time performance list.”
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School Conf Overall
Nichols 15-3 24-6
Endicott 15-3 24-7
Roger Williams 13-5 19-7
Gordon 12-6 15-11
Wentworth 11-7 14-13
Eastern Nazarene 9-9 13-14
Salve Regina 6-12 8-17
U. of New England 5-13 7-19
Western New Eng. 4-14 6-19
Curry 0-18 1-24
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