In tradition with its service to the City of Lowell community, the UMass Lowell Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) raised more than $2,000 to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation as well as the Committees Adopt-A-Family project recently.
Mike Long never imagined this scenario a couple of months ago.
When he agreed to return to The College of Saint Rose men's basketball team this sea¬son as an assistant to head coach Brian Beaury - after being away from the program for 20 years - Long was expecting to take on a compli¬mentary role.
Members of the Southern New Hampshire University women's basketball team, coaching staff and athletic department administration will show their support for cancer awareness this weekend, and they asking anyone attending Saturday's game against nationally-ranked Southern Connecticut State University to do the same.
The Northeast-10 Conference has announced the Hall of Fame class of 2007. Fourteen student-athletes, one coach, one administrator and one team will be recognized. The Hall of Fame inductees have been chosen by a vote of the Northeast-10 Hall of Fame committee.
The Northeast-10 Conference has announced the recipients of its winter 2006-07 Sportsmanship Awards. The awards program, which honors one team from each of the conferences 23 championship sports that has exemplified the spirit of sportsmanship and generally conducted themselves with a higher degree of integrity, character and class.
Dr. George Hagerty, Chair of the Northeast-10 Council of Presidents announced earlier this week that Dave Brunk has accepted an offer to become the next commissioner of the Peach Belt Conference in Augusta, Ga. effective July 1. Brunk will replace Marvin Vanover, the first-ever commissioner of the Peach Belt, who will retire from the position on June 30.
Bryant University has claimed the 2006-2007 Northeast-10 Presidents Cup as announced by Northeast-10 Conference Commissioner David Brunk. This marks the third time in four years the Bulldogs have won the cup.
Assumption College senior tennis player Matt Stopp and Saint Michaels College senior softball player Meggan Roberge were named the 2006-2007 Northeast-10 Scholar-Athletes of the Year as selected by the Northeast-10 Faculty Athletic Representative (FAR) Council as announced by the Northeast-10 Conference Commissioner David Brunk.