151 Saint Anselm Student-Athletes Earn NE-10 Spring Honor Roll Recognition July 3, 2014 SOUTH EASTON, Mass. – One-hundred fifty-one Saint Anselm College student-athletes, representing each of the school's 17 intercollegiate... [full story]
Gauthier, Villareal Named to Northeast-10 Academic All-Conference Teams June 30, 2014 SOUTH EASTON, Mass. – Senior Monique Gauthier (Canton, Conn.) of the Saint Anselm College softball team and sophomore Caitlin Villareal... [full story]
152 Student-Athletes Garner Spring 2014 Dean’s List Honors May 30, 2014 MANCHESTER, N.H. – Saint Anselm College announced that 149 student-athletes, representing all 20 Saint Anselm intercollegiate teams, were... [full story]
Saint Anselm Athletic Department Captures NCAA Graduation Rate Honor May 28, 2014 INDIANAPOLIS – Saint Anselm College is one of 27 Division II schools that have been honored with the Division II Presidents’ Award for... [full story]
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- Trask Garners Daktronics East All-Region Second Team Honor May 12, 2014 NEWARK, Del. – Junior Tayla Trask (Lincoln, Maine) of the Saint Anselm College softball team was named to the Daktronics East All-Region Second Team as announced Monday afternoon.
- Saint Anselm Student-Athletes Honored For Academic, Athletic Achievements May 6, 2014 MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Saint Anselm College Department of Athletics held its annual Scholar-Athlete Academic Honors Reception and Celebration of Athletic Excellence recently, with both events taking place on campus at the Dana Center.
- New Haven Ousts Softball From NE-10 Championship, 5-1 May 3, 2014 WEST HAVEN, Conn. – Senior Nicole Boucher (Woonsocket, R.I.) went 1-for-2 and scored the Hawks’ only run as the Saint Anselm College softball team suffered a 5-1 loss to the University of New Haven in the semifinal round of the Northeast-10 Championship at the UNH Softball Field.
- Crannell, Trask Help Softball Rally Past Pace, 2-1, in NE-10 Quarterfinals May 2, 2014 WEST HAVEN, Conn. – Sophomore Emily Crannell (Wilmington, Mass.) went 2-for-3 with a home run, along with plating the game-winning run as the Saint Anselm College softball team took down Pace University, 2-1, in the Northeast-10 quarterfinals at the UNH Softball Field.