The National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) has announced the Zag Field Hockey/NFHCA Division III National Academic Team Awards and Division III National Academic Squad for the 2018 season. For the ninth consecutive year, Wellesley College field hockey has earned Academic Team honors. In addition, nine members of the team have been recognized as members of the National Academic Squad, the most for the program since the Blue also earned nine spots on the squad during the 2013 season.
First year Eleanor Mallett (Berwick, Maine) scored seven goals and added an assist to lead Wellesley College lacrosse to a 21-11 non-conference victory over UMass Dartmouth Tuesday evening at Cressy Field.
Wellesley College lacrosse senior Dacia Persky (Las Vegas, Nev.) has been named the New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Women's Lacrosse Offensive Athlete of the Week for the week ending March 17, 2019.
Senior Dacia Persky (Las Vegas, Nev.) set career highs with 10 goals and 12 points and classmate Lena Engbretson (Beaverton, Ore.) established a career-highs with eight points on eight assists, as Wellesley College lacrosse rolled past Mount Saint Mary College, 22-7, in non-conference play on Saturday at the Wellesley Fields Complex.
Wellesley College Soccer will host host a prospect ID clinic on Friday, April 19 and Saturday, April 20, 2019 at the Wellesley Fields Complex. The cost of the clinic is $200 and all prospects in grades 9-12 are welcome to participate.
Senior Dacia Persky (Las Vegas, Nev.) scored seven goals and added an assist but Wellesley College lacrosse dropped a 17-13 final to host Wentworth Institute of Technology in non-conference play on Wednesday night at Sweeney Field.
Junior Brie Maurer (Fredericksburg, Va.) took 9th overall in foil and sophomore Julia Calventus-Coveney (Barcelona, Spain) finished 12th overall in epee to lead Wellesley College fencing at the 2019 NCAA Northeast Regional, hosted by Columbia University on Sunday at Vassar College.
No. 38 Wellesley College tennis dropped their second consecutive match to a ranked opponent as No. 22 The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) defeated the Blue, 7-2, in a non-conference match-up on Sunday afternoon at the TCNJ Rec Center.
Senior Dacia Persky (Las, Vegas, Nev.) scored her 100th career goal as the Wellesley College lacrosse team opened up the 2019 season with a 16-7 win against Eastern Connecticut State on Thursday afternoon at the Wellesley turf.
Wellesley College Athletics will welcome Nevin Caple (pronouns: she, her, hers), a Strategic Inclusion Consultant and national thought leader on inclusion in sport, for a series of events during Wellesley College's weeklong Trans Day of Visibility Campaign, March 11-15, 2019.
The New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) has announced the 2018-19 Winter Academic All-Conference Team and a total of ten Wellesley College student-athletes have been honored for their academic excellence in the classroom.
Wellesley College fencing won the Women’s 3-Weapon Team Title and Sabre Squad Championship and sophomore Julia Calventus-Coveney (Barcelona, Spain) won the individual gold medal in epee at the 2019 New England Intercollegiate Fencing Conference (NEIFC) Championships, as the Blue hosted the event on Saturday at Dorothy Towne Fieldhouse. The NEIFC 3-Weapon Team Championship is the first in Blue program history.
Wellesley College fencing will host the 2019 New England Intercollegiate Fencing Conference (NEIFC) Championships on Saturday, March 2, at Dorothy Towne Fieldhouse. Admission for the event is free and competition is scheduled to begin at 9:00 AM.
The New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) announced the 2018-19 Women's Basketball All-Conference and Postseason awards on Tuesday and Wellesley College junior Caitlin Aguirre has been named to the All-Conference Second Team for the second straight season.
After claiming the program's 14th Seven Sisters title over the weekend at Vassar, Wellesley College tennis has swept the New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Women's Tennis weekly awards. Senior Justine Huang (Coto de Caza, Calif.) has been named the Singles Athlete of the Week, while the sophomore Lily Chu (Princeton, N.J.) and first year doubles partner Cinji Lee (Seoul, South Korea) have been named Doubles Team of the Week.
Wellesley College swimming & diving took fifth place at the 2019 New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Women's Swimming and Diving Championship following the final night of competition on Sunday at WPI’s Sports & Recreation Center.
Wellesley tennis opened their spring schedule with commanding wins as the Blue did not drop a game against Smith College and Mount Holyoke at the Seven Sisters Championships at the Walker Field House on the campus of Vassar College. The Blue are currently tied for first place with Vassar College after one day of competition.
First year Jessica Wegner (Taipei, Taiwan) earned All-Conference honors with a first place time in the 100 Fly to lead Wellesley College swimming & diving on the third day of the New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Swimming & Diving Championships at WPI's Sports & Recreation Center.
After collecting qualifying marks throughout the season, eight members of the Wellesley College track & field team competed on Saturday at the New England Division III Indoor Championships. First year Grace Cowles (Yarmouth, Maine) finished with the top mark for the Blue, just missing out on all-region honors with a tenth place finish in the mile.
First year Peyton Wang (Palo Alto, Calif.), sophomore Hannah May (Cincinnati, Ohio), junior Kayleigh Svensson (Palo Alto, Calif.), and first year Jessica Wegner (Taipei, Taiwan) set a new program record in the 200 Free Relay to lead Wellesley College swimming & diving on day two of the 2019 New England Women’s & Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Swimming & Diving Championships, hosted by WPI at the Sports & Recreation Center.
Wellesley College swmming & diving is in fourth place following the opening night of the 2019 New England Women's & Men's Athletic Conference (NEMWAC) Swimming & Diving Championships, hosted by Worcester Polytechnic Institute at the WPI Sports & Recreation Center.
Seniors Lauren Bondi (Burnaby, BC, Can.) and Kennedy Guest-Pritchett (Fairburn, Ga.) combined for 35 points to lead No. 2 Smith College to a 75-38 victory over No. 7 Wellesley College in the quarterfinals of the 2019 New England Women’s & Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Women’s Basketball Championship on Tuesday evening at Ainsworth Gymnasium.
The New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference has released the 2019 Women's Basketball Championship bracket. The championship tournament will consist of seven teams that will begin postseason play on Tuesday, February 19th. After NEWMAC tie breaking procedures were applied, Wellesley College basketball (8-14, 5-11) earned the final spot as the No. 7 seed.