Men's Water Polo
GNAC Players of the Week for November 12, 2018
Be sure to check out the inaugural GNAC basketball reports for the 2018-19 campaign.
Suffolk Cross Country's Emily Manfra Selected for NCAA Cross Country Championships
Emily Manfra's historic cross country season will continue as the junior became the first-ever Suffolk runner to clinch a spot in the NCAA National Championships.
No. 2 JWU Volleyball Upset by Wesleyan, 3-1, in NCAA Regional Final
JWU fell short of advancing to the Elite Eight for the second straight year on Sunday afternoon, dropping the regional final to the Cardinals in four sets.
Amherst Tops Monks in NCAA Men's Soccer Second Round
#18 Amherst (14-4-1) defeated #5/8 Saint Joseph's (21-1-0), 4-2, in the second round of the NCAA DIII Tournament on Sunday afternoon.
JWU Women’s Volleyball Tops New Paltz in NCAA Regional Semifinal
Johnson & Wales took another step closer to a regional championship on Saturday as the second-ranked Wildcats defeated SUNY New Paltz, 3-0.
Hewitt Header Propels #5/8 Saint Joseph’s Men's Soccer Past Middlebury, 2-1
Sophomore Quinn Hewitt scored in the 85th minute to break a 1-1 tie and lift #5/8 Saint Joseph?s (21-0-0) past Middlebury, 2-1, in the NCAA First Round on Saturday.
Suffolk's Csiki-Fejer, Manfra Top GNAC Runners at NCAA Cross Country Regionals
The Rams' Matyas Csiki-Fejer and Emily Manfra made program history Saturday afternoon as the duo ran two all-region accolades at the New England Regionals hosted by Bowdoin.
Five GNAC Student-Athletes Receive CoSIDA Google Cloud Soccer All-District® Honors
Four women and one male from GNAC schools have received Academic All-District® honors in men's and women's soccer, as announced by CoSIDA on Thursday afternoon.
JWU Volleyball Begins NCAA Providence Regional with 3-0 Win over ECSU
The Wildcats won their 59th straight home match with Friday night's NCAA regional quarterfinal victory over Eastern Connecticut.
Saint Joseph's of Maine Men's Soccer Places Eight on All-GNAC First Team
Nationally-ranked SJC, fresh off their third consecutive GNAC title, had eight of the 11 First Team selections and four major award winners as all-conference was announced Monday.