SVC Women's Volleyball Team to Host NECC Championships: November 4 and 5
October 18, 2011
On October 26, the Women's Volleyball team improved to 7-0 in the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) to win the programs first NECC regular season championship. The team is now a school best 28-2 and ranked 15th in the regional poll. With the regular season championship the team will now host the NECC Championships next Friday and Saturday (November 4 and 5) at the Mountaineer Athletic Center. Tentative times are 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Friday night with a 2 p.m. championship game Saturday. Check www.svcathletics.com for up-to-date athletic action.
Also, on October 26, the Men's Soccer team clinched the New England Collegiate Conference Championship when Daniel Webster tied Regis. The SVC Men's Soccer team is also unbeaten in conference play with a 6-0-1 NECC record. The regular season championship was also the Men's Soccer's first since joining the NECC. They, too, will have home field advantage throughout the playoffs. After a first round, the Men's team will host a NECC semi-final on Friday, November 4, at 2 p.m.. The Men's team will finish its regular season schedule on Saturday, October 29, at home when the team honors six seniors against Wheelock College at 2:30 p.m.
Lastly, the Women's Soccer team has a chance to make its first post-season appearance in 12 years. With a win this Saturday the team will qualify for the NECC tournament. The Women's Soccer team will take on Wheelock College at noon on Everett Field as the team will also honor its senior Joellen Demers.
Assistant Professor and Chair Scott Stein, MS, The Donald Everett Axinn Division of Social Sciences.
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