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MISSION STATEMENT

DEPARTMENT of ATHLETICS

The Department of Athletics and Recreation supports the College’s mission by providing an experiential opportunity for individual development outside of the traditional classroom setting. Backed by committed administrators, coaches, and faculty, all students are challenged and encouraged to reach their physical, intellectual, and social potential through participation in a broad-based program of intercollegiate, club sport, intramural, and recreational offerings.

ENDICOTT RECEIVES NATIONAL RECOGNITION Following a successful 2013-14 season in which nine varsity sport programs competed in NCAA postseason play, Endicott was ranked 28th among 444 NCAA Division III institutions in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup, which is in the nation’s top 6%. Endicott placed seventh behind regional powerhouses Williams, Amherst, Tufts, MIT, Middlebury, and Bowdoin in the New England standings and bested all other CCC institutions by a large margin. The department’s spring teams were especially dominant this past season seven programs making deep NCAA Tournament runs and producing the sixth-best point total (top 1.4%) in the Directors’ Cup spring standings behind Williams, Amherst, Wisconsin-Whitewater, Salisbury, and Tufts, all of which captured NCAA national titles.

In addition, The Department encourages the development of sportsmanship and positive social attitudes in all constituents: including students, faculty, staff, alumni, and spectators. We seek to establish and maintain an environment that values the principles of fair play, amateur athletic competition, cultural diversity, and gender equality. In this environment, students are provided with experiences that honor effort and perseverance, reward self-discipline, and promote mutual understanding and respect. In pursuant to the College’s mission, the department seeks to change lives by engaging students in a variety of offerings that encourage a healthy lifestyle and challenge participants to meet and exceed personal goals and expectations through sport.

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FACILITIES NORTH FIELD The North Field is home to the Endicott baseball and field hockey teams. This facility also hosts Endicott’s intramural and recreational program, area youth programs, and Nike’s U.S. Sports and other summer camps. This field was renovated during the summer of 2012 and features a synthetic turf surface, field lights which allow for extended use in the evening hours, and ample seating.

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NORTH FIELD

SOFTBALL STADIUM Endicott’s softball complex opened at the start of the 2006 season and is located between the Post Center and the Stadium. Carved out of the rock with a 100-foot stone cliff in center and right fields, the Stadium is home to the softball team and includes two bull pens, dug-outs, a press box, and seating for 500.

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SOFTBALL STADIUM

ENDICOTT STADIUM In the fall of 2003, Endicott opened a state-of-the-art athletic field with the highly touted Field Turf playing surface –– complete with an oversized Daktronics Scoreboard with multimedia capabilities and premium sound system. In 2014, the turf was replaced and the design altered to feature a more modern look. Nestled against a background of classic New England landscape, this facility has seating for over 3,030 spectators. This beautiful facility plays host to the Gulls football, men’s and women’s soccer, and men’s and women’s lacrosse teams as well as intramural sports.

3 THE POST SPORTS SCIENCE AND FITNESS CENTER The 84,000-square-foot Center is home to Endicott’s Athletic Department and the School of Sport Science and Fitness Studies. This impressive facility provides eight classrooms and laboratories to support the academic departments. The seminar room has theater-style seating and computerized cameras and smartboard equipment for internet and long distance learning. The Center contains the 1,200-seat MacDonald gymnasium and a separate recreation field house. These large activity spaces are complemented by a newly expanded weight and fitness room, aerobics and dance studio, two racquetball courts, elevated walking/jogging track, ten locker rooms, and a spacious training room.

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ENDICOTT STADIUM

POST SPORT SCIENCE AND FITNESS CENTER

TENNIS COURTS Endicott’s tennis courts are located on the South Campus behind the Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies, and adjacent to the Wylie Inn and Conference Center. The six courts are home to Endicott’s men’s and women’s tennis teams, as well as host to summer instructional programs. Each individual court is screened in and separated by windscreens that are decorated with Endicott tennis logos, as well as conference championship and post-season appearance information.

TENNIS COURTS RAYMOND J. BOURQUE ICE ARENA Construction of the Raymond J. Bourque Ice Arena began during the summer of 2014. Named after the former Boston Bruin professional hockey legend and North Shore community supporter, the arena will serve as home for the Endicott men’s and women’s ice hockey programs that are in transition into NCAA Division III status. Located adjacent to the Center for Nursing and Health Professions, the ice arena will have capacity for 1,000 spectators, home and visiting locker rooms, coaching staff and facility offices, athletic training rooms, concessions, a hospitality suite, and will be equipped with audio-visual technology to enhance fan experience. This facility will also host Beverly youth and high school hockey and have the capability to be converted into an entertainment complex for on-campus activities and local events. MACDONALD GYMNASIUM The 1,200-seat MacDonald Gymnasium is home to both the men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball programs. The gymnasium is also utilized for major College events such as concerts, open houses, Founder’s Day, guest speakers, and career fairs. In addition, the gym plays host to the top prep-school basketball players in the region through the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council Class A Tournament. Over the course of an academic year, more than 75,000 people will leave their footprints inside the MacDonald Gymnasium.

RAYMOND J. BOURQUE ICE ARENA


ENDICOTT VARSITY ATHLETICS EQUESTRIAN With third place showings in three of the team’s first five contests, the fall portion of the equestrian season was a successful one while they geared up for the big spring championship. The fall was highlighted by Gareth Bensoff being awarded the Adult Sportsmanship Award at the New England Equitation Championships. Competition continued into the spring season which culminated with the Zone 1, Region 2 Finals at Dartmouth. Although the team did not qualify for the Zone Championship, several individual riders had strong showings, including Bensoff who finished fifth among the open riders in the region. With a rich history and tradition, the Endicott equestrian riders look ahead to the 2014-15 season where they will contend for a position in the IHSA National Championship.

FIELD HOCKEY BASEBALL Baseball (34-16, 13-3) repeated as CCC champions and earned their second automatic qualifier into the NCAA New England Tournament in 2014. Endicott made it to the NCAA New England Regional Final for the second straight season, coming within one victory of a College World Series bid. One of the region’s and nation’s top teams, Endicott rallied behind the CCC Player, Pitcher, and Rookie of the Year to help CCC Coach of the Year, Bryan Haley, lead the Gulls to their third 30-plus win season in the past four years. On the recent re-turfed North Field surface, the Gulls swept through the double-elimination CCC Tournament, without a loss, to capture the program’s seventh conference title in program history.

MEN’S BASKETBALL The 2013-14 men’s basketball season culminated with an overall record of 18-10 with a CCC record of 11-7. The team played into the ECAC Semifinals where they fell to Johnson and Wales (R.I.). Endicott had earlier advanced to the CCC Quarterfinals where they were defeated by Salve Regina in a one point affair. The season was highlighted by two members of the roster joining the 1,000 point club for a career in senior Lachlan Magee and junior John Henault. Those two players also received All-CCC honors.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL The women’s basketball season ended with the Gulls in possession of a 23-7 overall record and a conference record of 14-4. The women made history this season, as the team won the ECAC DIII New England Championship for the first time in team history. The title came by virtue of a 79-76 win over Smith in the championship game and followed a CCC semifinal appearance. The Gulls saw senior Samantha Crough join the 1,000 point club as she led three Gulls with All-Conference honors.

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Under first year head coach Nick Radkewich, both teams experienced one of their most successful seasons in recent history. On the men’s side, the season was highlighted by freshman Noah Mondello being named CCC Rookie of the Year and All-CCC after finishing third at the CCC Championships. For the season, Mondello finished as the top male Endicott runner in every race as he recorded three top ten finishes. The men had four of their members receive Academic All-Conference honors. On the women’s side, junior Erin Haynes and sophomore Lauren Boyle were named to the All-CCC team as they both finished in the top 10 at the CCC championships. Haynes finished second while Boyle finished ninth overall. For Haynes, she notched five top10 finishes, four of which were also top five. She won the WNE Invitational and finished 67th at the NCAA Regional race, the highest ever by an Endicott runner. The team finished 33rd, also the program’s highest result ever. The women’s team saw 11 members earn Academic All-Conference nods, which was second in the CCC.

Endicott finished with a record of 9-10 overall while going 6-6 in the CCC regular season, which earned them the third seed in the conference tournament. The Gulls travelled to Gordon for a CCC semifinal match in which they fell 2-1. The season was highlighted by five players receiving All-CCC honors, while two went on to receive NFHCA All-Region honors as well. Senior Emily O’Halloran was named First Team All-Region while junior Emily Sawchuck was named to the Second Team. O’Halloran, Sawchuck, and senior Stacie Teevens were named First Team All-CCC as junior Meghan Leary and senior Lizetta Solarik received Second Team and Honorable Mention nods respectively. The Gulls were the leading team in the conference in Academic All-Conference honors as 11 players earned the award.

FOOTBALL The 2013 team won the program’s second NEFC title (2010) and advanced to the NCAA tournament for the second time in program history. With an overall record of 8-3 and 4-1 NEFC record, the team received numerous postseason honors which were capped by senior kicker Dylan Rushe receiving All-America honors from D3Football.com, BSN and the AFCA, which marked the first time a Gull had received AFCA All-America honors. Five players were named to All-Region teams, and 16 All-NEFC awards were highlighted by Offensive Player of the Year, Defensive Rookie of the Year and Coach of the Year awards in 2013. 36 players on the Gulls roster earned NEFC Academic All-Conference honors, a program record.

MEN’S GOLF The men’s golf season proved to be historic, as the Gulls received the team and conference’s first ever automatic bid to the NCAA Championships after winning the CCC Championship for the third consecutive season. In the NCAA Tournament, Endicott saw sophomore Austin Teal finish ninth overall in the individual standings in a field of over 200 golfers. Endicott qualified for the CCC Spring Championships by way of a fourth place finish at the fall qualifier. The Gulls received three All-CCC awards which were highlighted by CCC Coach of the Year honors as they won three events on the season. head coach Tom Smith.

MEN’S ICE HOCKEY In the spring of 2014, it was announced that the men’s ice hockey program will transition into NCAA Division III status as members of the ECAC Northeast Hockey League for the 2015-16 season and will compete in a brand new, on-campus arena which will be completed prior to the start of the season. The team will be coached by R.J. Tolan, the former coach of a Wentworth squad that won ECAC Northeast titles in 2012 and 2013. The men’s ice hockey program saw their 2013-14 season come to an end in the first round of the Regionals when they dropped a 4-2 decision to fourth ranked NYU. The Gulls finished their season at 9-8-1 overall and 6-6 in the ACHA. Seniors Tad Gold and Cameron MacLeod earned their 100th points dawning the Blue and Green.

WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY The women’s ice hockey team will transition from a club program into NCAA Division III sponsorship for the 2015-16 season with their home ice being played at a brand new, on-campus facility which is currently under construction. The Gulls will be coached by Andre McPhee, most recently an assistant at Brown and a long-time head coach at perennial top-10 NCAA Division III member Trinity (Conn.). Endicott, in the inaugural season of the IWCHL, finished with a 9-5 record overall and had an appearance in the IWCHL semifinals where the team dropped a 2-1 decision to Westfield State. Senior Jesse Bilafer led the team with 12 goals seven assists.


MEN’S LACROSSE Men’s lacrosse (15-5, 8-0) earned the program’s first at-large bid into the NCAA Tournament and advanced past Keene State with a win in the first round. Endicott saw their tournament run end, however, with a second round loss at Tufts by one goal. Led by the CCC’s Offensive Player, Defensive Player, Rookie, and Short-Stick Specialist of the Year as well as 13 overall All-CCC winners, the Gulls led the conference in scoring and goals allowed while ranking nationally in scoring offense (15.78), points (24.33), shot percentage (0.333), and clearing percentage (.877). Seventeen-year head coach Sean Quirk, who earned his third CCC Coach of the Year award this spring, continues to maintain Endicott’s standing as one of the nation’s top teams, as the Blue and Green were ranked as high as #11 in the country and second in the region.

advanced to the finals 14 times in the last 15 years. In the NCAA Tournament the Gulls advanced to the Williamstown Regional Finals before being ousted by eventual NCAA champion Tufts. Under the leadership of Coach Veilleux, who finished his 20th season at the helm of the softball team, eight members received All-Conference Honors while Senior Nell O’Connor tabbed her second consecutive CCC Pitcher of the Year nod.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE Women’s lacrosse (14-4, 7-1) claimed the program’s ninth consecutive CCC championship under the leadership of six year, head coach Meghan Fitzgerald. Endicott earned an automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament and earned a bye into the second round before being eliminated by #9 Middlebury. The Gulls swept CCC major award winners with senior Callie Murphy earning Co-Offensive Player of the Year, senior Kelsey Barnes earning Defensive Player of the Year, and Emily Whitney earning the program’s first Rookie of the Year. The team also named five players to IWLCA All-Region honors, the most honors the program has ever received in one season.

MEN’S SOCCER Endicott’s 2013 team finished their season with a 9-10 record overall and 4-5 record in CCC play. The team dropped a 3-1 decision to Nichols in the CCC Semifinals after receiving the sixth seed in the CCC Tournament. For their efforts on the season, three members of the 2013 squad received All-CCC honors, highlighted by juniors Abdulla Al Khalifa and Jed Magnusson who each took home Second Team honors. The team also saw four members receive Academic All-Conference awards.

WOMENÊS SOCCER The 2013 team recorded another banner campaign both on and off the pitch. The team finished the season with a 16-6-2 record overall while posting an 8-1 CCC record, good enough for the top seed in the conference tournament. Endicott would win two straight overtime contests to advance to the championship match against Gordon, which the Gulls would win by a 3-1 advantage in penalty kicks. With the program’s 10th CCC title, the Gulls advanced to the NCAA regional at Middlebury and won their first round match against Scranton 1-0 before bowing out to host and eventual national semifinalist Middlebury 2-1. Sarah Person and Katie Donnelly earned All-Region honors and led seven Gulls who won CCC All-Conference award which highlighted a Senior Scholar Athlete of the Year and Coach of the Year honors. The team also led the CCC with 15 Academic All-Conference honorees which led the conference.

MEN’S TENNIS Men’s tennis (9-8, 6-2) improved upon last season’s CCC tournament seeding, as they earned the #3 seed following their 6-2 record in regular season play. Once in the tournament, the Gulls hosted #6 Wentworth and dispatched the Leopards 5-1 to advance to the CCC semifinals. There, the Gulls fell to Roger Williams who entered ranked #2. The Gulls will look to advance to the title match for the first time in program history in 2014-15 after improving each of the two years under head coach Jeremy Howard.

WOMENÊS TENNIS The women’s tennis team won their third consecutive CCC title in the fall and advanced to the NCAA Championships in the spring. The team received the second seed in the CCC tournament after posting a 7-1 record in conference play and an 11-3 record overall. For the third straight year, the team defeated top seeded Nichols to take home the conference title. The 2013 squad received five all-conference honors which were headlined by the CCC Player of the Year and Coach of the Year awards. The team also had four players receive Academic AllConference honors. The Gulls defeated Farmingdale State to win an NCAA match for the second straight season before eventually bowing out to Amherst.

MENÊS VOLLEYBALL The men’s volleyball team won the NECC for the second consecutive season and advanced to the NCAA Tournament where they claimed a first round upset sweep of #6 MIT before falling to eventual champion Springfield in the final eight. The Gulls posted a 19-13 record overall and earned multiple conference awards as the team placed three players on All-NECC teams while also fetching Defensive Player of the Year and Coach of the Year honors. The MIT victory was the program’s first NCAA win in history.

WOMENÊS VOLLEYBALL SOFTBALL Softball (27-13-1, 14-4) won their 10th CCC title, as they swept the double elimination tournament and took down Western New England in the finals to advance to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2011. Endicott has

The women’s volleyball team finished their 2013 season with a 23-16 record overall and a 6-2 record in CCC play. The regular season performance culminated in a return to the CCC Championship match where the team came up just short against top seeded Roger Williams. The Gulls then advanced to the ECAC tournament where they fell in semifinal action. The team was led by senior Callie Dolan who received regional awards and led five total players who received All-Conference honors. Four players also received Academic All-Conference honors.


ENDICOTT CLUB SPORTS CHEERLEADING The cheerleading team competed at the NCA Collegiate National Championship in April and brought home a seventh place finish. In August, the team received a Silver Bid from the NCA which is a partially paid bid to the National Championship, as well as the Most Improved Award. In addition to their competition at nationals, the team competed at a majority of regional events as well as performed at all Endicott football and basketball games.

CREW The men’s and women’s crew team continued to compete against some of the region’s top institutions with the hopes of capturing the NECRL Championship. Both squads took to the water during the fall season at the Textile River Regatta, the New Hampshire Championships, and the historic Head of the Charles Regatta. In the spring, the Gulls went head-to-head with top regional competition including Amherst, Connecticut College, Clark, Bryant, Maine Maritime, Franklin Pierce, Brandeis, and Roger Williams before traveling down to Philadelphia for the Dad Vail Regatta. The men’s and women’s varsity 4+ boats raced to top six finishes in their heads on the Schuylkill River.

DANCE For the second straight year, Endicott competed in both the Jazz and Pom divisions. The team finished in the top 8 and top 14, respectively, against Division II and III colleges from the United States and Puerto Rico. Following nationals, the dance team traveled to Westfield State to compete in the New England Dance Championships. Competing in both Open College Jazz and Pom against colleges and universities from New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts, the team finished first in both for the third consecutive year.

MEN’S RUGBY On the men’s side, the team produced a 7-4 record in their first season as a part of the CCRC. After posting a fall record of 3-4 and narrowly missing the playoffs, the team used the spring season to develop their skills and tallied a record of 4-0 while out-scoring teams 181-41. The 4-0 record included a Rugby Sevens tournament win at Plymouth State, the Battle by the Bay win over Salem State, and the inclusion of three team members to the CCRC Select-Side Tournament.

WOMEN’S RUGBY On the women’s side, the team made history as they competed in their first two matches in program history and came out victorious in the first, defeating Hartford 10-5 in the team’s Rugby Sevens debut. The Gulls advanced to the championship match where they fell to host Plymouth State, capping a fantastic team debut in the 1-1 weekend. For their efforts, the Gulls saw one of their own earn CCRC Select-Side Tournament honors.

SAILING The sailing team, operating out of Sail Salem, continued to practice and hone their skills on the waters of gorgeous Salem Harbor. With the continued efforts of the coaching staff and team members, the group looks to take to the waters for a regatta in the near future, with an ultimate goal to be on a consistent competition schedule.

...all students are challenged and encouraged to reach their physical, intellectual, and social potential.


CHAMPIONSHIPS/POSTSEASON APPEARANCES CHAMPIONSHIPS ECAC

Baseball (3) . . . . . . . . . . . .2005, 2011-12 Women’s Basketball (1) . . . . . . . . . .2014 Field Hockey (2) . . . . . . . . . . .2006, 2008 Football (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011-12 Men’s Golf (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009 Men’s Lacrosse (3) . . . . . .2008-09, 2012 Softball (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2012 Women’s Soccer (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2012 CCC

Baseball (6) . . . . . . . . . . .2000, 2003-04, 2006, 2013, 2014 Men’s Basketball (5) . . . .2000, 2004-06, 2012 Field Hockey (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011-12 Men’s Golf (5) . . . . .2007, 2010, 2012-14 Men’s Lacrosse (7) . . . . . .2001, 2004-07, 2010-11

Women’s Lacrosse (9) . . . . . . . . .2006-14 Women’s Soccer (9) . . . . . . . .1999, 2001, 2003-07, 2009, 2013 Softball (10) . . . . . . . . . . . .2003-11, 2014 Women’s Tennis (4) . . . . . .2008, 2011-13 Women’s Volleyball (4) . . .2004, 2006-08 NECC

Men’s Volleyball (2) . . . . . . . . . . .2013-14 NEFC

Football (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010, 2013 GNAC (1994-1999)

Baseball (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1997 Men’s Basketball (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999 Men’s Soccer (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1998 Women’s Soccer (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . .1997 Softball (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1998-99

CONFERENCE AFFILIATIONS New England Collegiate Conference Daniel Webster, Elms, Endicott, Lesley, Newbury, Regis, Southern Vermont

Commonwealth Coast Conference Curry, Eastern Nazarene, Gordon, Nichols, Roger Williams, Salve Regina, University of New England, Wentworth Institute, Western New England

New England Football Conference Coast Guard, Curry, Endicott, Maine Maritime, MIT, Nichols, Salve Regina, Western New England

New England Collegiate Hockey Association Endicott, Bates, Bridgewater State, Bryant, Connecticut College, Daniel Webster, Lyndon State, MIT, Rhode Island College, Springfield, UMass–Amherst, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, University of Connecticut, University of Vermont, Western Connecticut State, Westfield State, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Endicott, Boston University, Framingham State, Harvard, MIT, Stonehill, Tufts, UMass–Dartmouth, Wellesley, Wheaton

NEWAC (1993-1995)

Softball (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1995 POSTSEASON APPEARANCES NCAA

Baseball (6) . . . . . . . . . . .2000, 2003-04, 2006, 2013-14 Men’s Basketball (5) . . . .2000, 2004-06, 2012 Field Hockey (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011-12 Football (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2010, 2014 Men’s Lacrosse (8) . . . . . .2001, 2004-07, 2010-11, 2014 Women’s Lacrosse (9) . . . . . . . . .2006-14 Women’s Soccer (10) . . . . . . .1999, 2001, 2003-09, 2014 Softball (10) . . . . . . . . . . .2003-09, 2014 Women’s Tennis (4) . . . . .2009, 2012-14 Men’s Volleyball (2) . . . . . . . . . . .2013-14 Women’s Volleyball (4) . . .2004, 2006-08

ECAC

Baseball (6) . . . . . . . . . . . .2001-02, 2005, 2010-12 Men’s Basketball (3) . .2003, 2007, 2014 Women’s Basketball (9) . . . . . . .2005-14 Field Hockey (9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2002-10 Football (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011-12 Men’s Lacrosse (5) . . . . . . .2000, 2002-03, 2008-09 Women’s Lacrosse (2) . . . . . .2000, 2005 Men’s Soccer (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . .2011-12 Women’s Soccer (4) . . . . .2002, 2010-12 Softball (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . .2001-02, 2012 Men’s Volleyball (7) . . . . . . . . . .2004-05, 2007-09, 2011-12 Women’s Volleyball (5) . . .2005, 2009-11, 2013


CAMPUS VISITS AND INTERVIEWS Although a personal interview is not required for admission, we strongly encourage you to visit Endicott. This will be an important opportunity for you to meet students, members of the Athletic Department, and administrators, and to tour our beautiful oceanfront campus. To arrange your visit please call the Admission Office at 978-921-1000 or 1-800-325-1114 (outside MA).

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GENERAL INFORMATION PRESIDENT........................................................................Dr. Richard E. Wylie DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS.........................................................Dr. Brian Wylie ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR..................................................Jodi Kenyon ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR ...................................................Sean Quirk ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR .........................................Mark Kulakowski ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR..........................................Evan McDermott SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR ..........................................Robert Palardy NCAA FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE...................................Dr. Sergio Inestrosa ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC GIVING .......................Meredith Tierney ASSOCIATE HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER ....................................James T. Daley, MS, ATC, LAT, PES, SES ASSOCIATE HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER.......................Abigail Wirtz, MS, ATC ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER.........................Jennifer Ladd, MS, ATC, LAT ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER ................Jonathan Williams, MS, ATC, LAT LOCATION................................................................................376 Hale Street Beverly, MA 01915 ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT PHONE ..........................................(978) 232-2312 (800) 325-1114 (Outside MA) FAX NUMBER ........................................................................(978) 232-2600 FOUNDED ..................................................................................................1939 ENROLLMENT ..........................................................................................2,500 COLORS ....................................................................................Blue and Green CONFERENCE AFFILIATIONS .........................................NCAA III, ECAC, CCC, NEFC, NECHA, IHSA, NECC

COACHING STAFF BASEBALL ................................Bryan Haley ...........................978-232-2304 BASKETBALL, M ......................Kevin Bettencourt .................978-232-2317 BASKETBALL, W ......................Brittany Hutchinson..............978-232-2316 CHEERLEADING .......................Theresa (Terrie) Cook ............978-232-2489 CREW .......................................Adam Conrad.........................978-232-2337 CROSS COUNTRY, M/W ..........Michael Toomey ....................978-232-2308 DANCE......................................Nicole Sao Pedro-Welch.......978-232-2395 EQUESTRIAN............................Stephanie Brightman............978-998-7737 FIELD HOCKEY .........................Jodi Cipolla............................978-232-2303 FOOTBALL ................................James Wells ...........................978-232-2324 GOLF, M ..................................Tom Smith .............................978-232-3053 ICE HOCKEY, M........................R.J. Tolan ...............................978-998-7738 ICE HOCKEY, W .......................Andrew McPhee ....................978-232-5207 LACROSSE, M ..........................Sean Quirk .............................978-232-2010 LACROSSE, W ........................Morgan Maciewicz................978-232-2355 RUGBY, M/W............................Robert Ryman........................978-232-2337 SAILING....................................Brianna Small ........................978-232-2337 SOCCER, M ..............................Joe Calabrese .........................978-998-7739 SOCCER, W ..............................Jodi Kenyon ...........................978-232-2234 SOFTBALL.................................Mark Veilleux ........................978-232-2306 TENNIS, M/W...........................Jeremy Howard......................978-232-2481 VOLLEYBALL, M.......................George Chapell ......................978-998-7764 VOLLEYBALL, W ......................Tim Byram..............................978-232-2443

376 HALE STREET • BEVERLY, MASSACHUSETTS 01915 WWW.ENDICOTT.EDU Endicott demonstrates a commitment to enrolling students from a wide geographic range as well as from ethnic and racial heritages. We welcome all applications without regard to race, religion, color, disability, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, political belief, or prior military status. Endicott College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Information accurate as of August 2014.


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