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Mission Statement

The mission of Endicott College is to instill in students an understanding of and an appreciation for professional and liberal studies. Deeply woven within this philosophy is the concept of applied learning, which has been the hallmark of Endicott. Linking classroom and off-campus work experience through required internships remains the most distinguishing feature of the College. Endicott has a vision for the total development of the individual within a community that fosters an appreciation of diversity, international awareness, community service, and moral and ethical values. Endicott is an innovative and vibrant, studentcentered institution that supports undergraduate and graduate students in their pursuit of knowledge. Common threads run through the fabric of the Endicott experience: increased self-confidence, stronger professional skills and technological competencies, and perhaps the most valued of all, lives open to change.

endicott facts & figures • The Endicott undergraduate population is 2,355 (59% female, 41% male). • The undergraduate student-to-faculty ratio is 15/1 with an average class size of 17.8 students. • Undergraduate Endicott students have 28 bachelors degree programs to choose from with eight master and doctoral programs for post-graduates. • Undergraduate students can select from a variety of majors from the School of Arts of Science, Business, Communication, Education, Hospitality Management, Nursing, Sport Science and Fitness Studies, and Visual and Performing Arts. • Endicott’s retention rate for first-time, full-time, first-to-second year undergraduates is 88%. • Seventy-seven percent of graduates are employed full-time, and 16% of graduates further their education. Forty-one percent of full-semester interns received job offers from their internship sites. • Endicott’s Beverly campus is only 25 miles from Boston with easy access to public transit into the city.

U.S. News and World Report ranks Endicott among “The top tier of Best Regional Universities (North).”

meg leary ‘15

I chose to play at Endicott because on my visit, I felt a sense of balance between a quality education and a competitive athletic experience. When looking for a school, I wanted to play at a level that kept my passion for the game but also allowed me to pursue my academic responsibilities. Endicott was the right fit because it offers a sense of community and many unique experiences that I know will help me create a successful future. – Meg Leary ‘15

amanda glYnn ‘14 (right)

Playing field hockey at the Division III level at Endicott was not so much a choice as it was something that just made a lot of sense; I couldn’t find a reason to not participate. After I decided to come to Endicott for its academics and internship programs, the opportunity to play field hockey seemed like a bonus. I chose to play because Division III athletics allow student-athletes to compete at a high level, but also allow them to focus on their academics and explore other opportunities. I have been able to try all the things I’ve wanted to throughout my time at Endicott in addition to being fully invested in a team. What I saw as a “bonus” at the beginning of my time here has turned into one of the most meaningful experiences of my college life and my life as a whole. Not many people can say they were able to fully experience academics and athletics during their time in higher education, but I am certainly one of those lucky few. Endicott and Division III expect their studentathletes to maintain a balance of high academic and athletic performances, and I feel very fortunate to have been given the opportunity to rise to that challenge. – Stacie Teevens ‘14

The passion to be a student-athlete really drove me in the direction of Endicott. It didn’t matter what division I chose to play, as long as I could continue to pursue the love of the game. Over the years, I have found that the balance and atmosphere of both academics and athletics here at the DIII level, has helped me build strong bonds with my teammates, as well as excel in the classroom. The support from faculty, the education, and the athletic program at Endicott is something that I admire. – Amanda Glynn ‘14

stacie teevens ‘14

61 conference titles, 52 NCAA appearances, two NCAA Sweet 16 appearances, 51 ECAC appearances, nine ECAC Championships 33 Athletic All-Americans, 71 Players of the Year, 37 Rookies of the Year, 29 Coaches of the Year 39 Endicott Athletics Hall of Fame members (dating back to 1994) Overall department win percentage of .592 (3529-242459); Conference-only win percentage of .721 (1888-723-23)

Numerous Academic All-Conference players and several team academic awards

Five Academic All-Americans and 20 Academic All-Region honorees since 2010

Endicott Academic Varsity Club recognized 59 student-athletes with GPAs of 3.50 or higher in 2012-13

15 Conference Senior Scholar-Athletes of the Year

Department-wide GPA mirrors or exceeds general Endicott student population

Renovated in 2012, North Field is home to the baseball and field hockey varsity programs. The field also serves as a practice facility for other programs as well as intramurals. North Field is artificially turfed and equipped with an electronic scoreboard and lighting which allows for night time competition. The facility allows for a capacity of 600 spectators including seating for 415 fans. The field has access to electricity and the internet so that games can be broadcast for live web streaming and live statistics updates.

history (20 seasons) YEAR 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 OVERALL WIN %

OVERALL 9-7-1 7-6-3 10-6 7-8 5-12 4-14 11-9 8-10-1 13-5 11-9 13-9 14-8 13-7 16-5 11-7 18-5 12-9 11-9 12-9 15-5 220-159-5 (.579)

record holders (since 2001) CONFERENCE N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 3-2 2-4 5-1 3-3 6-1 5-2 4-3 6-1 4-4 8-0 7-1 4-4 9-1 9-1 75-28 (.728)



Semifinalist Quarterfinalist Finalist Quarterfinalist Finalist Finalist Finalist Finalist Semifinalist Finalist Semifinalist Finalist Semifinalist Quarterfinalist CCC CHAMPIONS CCC CHAMPIONS

ECAC First Round ECAC First Round ECAC First Round ECAC First Round ECAC CHAMPIONS ECAC First Round ECAC CHAMPIONS ECAC Semifinalist ECAC Semifinalist NCAA First Round NCAA First Round

HEAD COACH Janet Bothwick Mary Beth McInnis Mary Beth McInnis Mary Beth McInnis Sharman Hayward Sharman Hayward Sharman Hayward Sharman Hayward Sharman Hayward Laura O’Neil Laura O’Neil Laura O’Neil Breanne Wojnarowicz Breanne Wojnarowicz Jodi Cipolla Jodi Cipolla Jodi Cipolla Jodi Cipolla Jodi Cipolla Jodi Cipolla







22 8







Four Players Hannah Thornberg 10/20/12 vs Salve Regina* Jen McCormack 9/11/04 vs Salem State

13 50 (22g, 6a) 102







Taylor Teixeira 9/15/12 at Gordon*










CAREER RECORD Hannah Thornberg 2012 Anna Giannoni 2008 Taylor Matties 2011 Hannah Thornberg 2012 Jen McCormack 2004 Melissa Enright 2011 Jennifer Beech 2007 Kelly McNamara 2002 Alison McMore 2001 Alison McMore 2001 Chelsea DeFeo 2008 Chelsea DeFeo 2008


Hannah Thornberg 2009-12


Two Players

24 128 (55g, 18a) 282 8 12 510 .842 1.39 48 25

GP (field)


GP (goalie)


Ashley Wallace 2002-05 Hannah Thornberg 2009-12 Jen McCormack 2001-04 Melissa Enright 2009-12 Jennifer Beech 2005-08 Erin Curry 2003-06 Erin Curry 2003-06 Erin Curry 2003-06 Taylor Teixeira 2009-12 Erin Curry 2003-06 Caitlin Murray 2003-06 Taylor Teixeira 2009-12


commonwealth coast conference OPPONENTS OPPONENT





GORDON Fighting Scots 2012 (6-14, 3-7 CCC)

EC leads 12-3

NICHOLS Bison 2012 (13-8, 7-3 CCC)

EC leads 10-3

EC 3, NC 1 (at EC) Sep. 21 at 1:00 PM (home) EC 4, NC 3 (at GC) Oct. 19 at 1:00 PM (away) EC 2, GC 1 OT (CCC Final)

Eight of the last 13 meetings have been decided by just one goal. Last year’s OT win over Bison gave Gulls their second straight CCC title.

ROGER WILLIAMS Hawks 2012 N/A SALVE REGINA Seahawks 2012 (8-9, 3-7 CCC) U OF NEW ENGLAND Nor’easters 2012 (11-10, 7-3 CCC) WESTERN NEW ENG. Golden Bears 2012 (6-13, 1-9 CCC)



Sep. 24 at 7:00 PM (away) Oct. 16 at 4:00 PM (home)

Hawks are entering in their first season of varsity competition.

EC leads 14-1

EC 6, SRU 2 (away) EC 4, SRU 1 (home)

Oct. 2 at 7:00 PM (home) Oct. 26 at 1:00 PM (away)

Under Cipolla, Endicott has won all eight meetings 2.6 goal margin of victory.

EC leads 10-4

EC 3, UNE 1 (home) EC 2, UNE 3 (away)

Oct 5. at 1:00 PM (home) Homecoming Oct. 30 at 6:00 PM (away)

In 2011, Endicott defeated #19 UNE in the regular season 5-0 and then 2-1 in OT to win their first ever CCC title.

EC leads 8-5

EC 3, WNE 1 (away) EC 5, WNE 1 (home)

Oct. 12 at 1:00 PM (away) Nov. 2 at 1:00 PM (home)

Endicott has outscored WNE 16-3 during current four-game win-streak.

EC 5, GC 0 (at GC) EC 3, GC 0 (at EC) EC 2, GC 1 (CCC SF)

Sep. 28 at 11:00 AM (at GC) Gulls have won 10 in-a-row over Gordon since 2008. Three have been overtime Oct. 22 at 4:00 PM (at EC)

victories including last November’s 2-1 CCC Semifinal win.

OPPONENT BABSON Beavers Conference - NEWMAC SALEM STATE Vikings Conference - Ltitle East COLBY-SAWYER Chargers Conference - NAC UMASS DARTMOUTH Corsairs Conference - Little East UMAINE FARMINGTON Beavers Conference - NAC WESTFIELD STATE Falcons Conference - Little East MIT Engineers Conference - NEWMAC





BC leads 3-2

EC 1, BC 2 Aug. 31, 2012 at Babson

Aug. 30 at 6:00 PM North Field Beverly, Mass.

Endicott has lost three straight to Babson after winning their 2008 match up to the then 19thranked Beavers 4-3 in OT.

EC leads 7-3

EC 2, SSU 3 OT Sep. 19, 2012 at Endicott

Sep. 5 at 6:00 PM Alumni Field Salem, Mass.

The Gulls had won six straight over their North Shore rivals between 2003 and 2008 before the Vikings won 3 of the last 4 meetings.

EC leads 2-0

EC 8, CSC 1 Sep. 8, 2012 at Colby-Sawyer

Sep. 7 at 1:00 PM North Field Beverly, Mass.

Elizabeth Farr and Morgan Bresnahan scored their only goals of the 2012 season in 2012’s lop-sided victory.

EC leads 3-1

EC 3, UMD 2 OT Sep. 12, 2012 at Endicott

Sep. 11 at 6:30 PM Cressy Field Dartmouth, Mass.

Last year’s win was the first of three OT victories for the Gulls in 2012. Endicott was 3-of-4 in extra-time games.

EC leads 3-2

EC 5, UMF 1 Sep. 9, 2012 at Endicott

Sep. 14 at 1:00 PM Prescott Field Farmington, Maine

The four-goal margin of victory in 2012 was the largest between these two squads in five meetings.

EC leads 1-0

EC 4, WSU 3 OT Sep. 7, 2003 Neutral Site Game

Sep. 17 at 7:00 PM Alumni Field Westfield, Mass.

Westfield State has qualified for the Little East Tournament in each of the past two seasons but has not made it past the semifinals.

MIT leads 5-0

EC 3, MIT 5 Sep. 27, 2012 at MIT

Sep. 26 at 6:00 PM North Field Beverly, Mass.

Gulls looking for first win over MIT who has won the NEWMAC and lost to Bowdoin in both 2011 and 2012.

he Gulls are coming off an impressive 2012 season closing with a 15-5 overall record while going 9-1 in the Commonwealth Coast T Conference (CCC) and adding another title to the championship banner. Endicott will welcome back six seniors and seven juniors. Despite losing five seniors that contributed to a thrilling CCC championship overtime win over Nichols and a trip to Utica, N.Y. for the NCAA tourney, Coach Cipolla will create a strong lineup. Coach Cipolla is hoping that the team’s ability to show true camaraderie and teamwork will be the winning ticket for the Gulls. “I think that one of the reasons we have been so successful is because of our teamwork, when someone is struggling on the field our team works together to get back on track” said Cipolla, who brought the field hockey program their first ever conference championship title in 2011. “We have been lucky to be able to rely on people stepping up when we need it. Last year Kathryn Walker only scored five goals, however two of them were in the playoffs when we needed it the most. Having multiple scoring threats balanced by a solid defensive unit will make us very dangerous.” The Gulls who led the conference in goals last season (68) will have depth in the offensive circle by juniors Emily Sawchuck who netted 11 goals last year and led the team in assists (7), Kathryn Walker who found the back of the net five times and Mackenzie Hurst who tallied four points last season. Their strength in the circle will be sure to give them a scoring punch.

Also looking to help with the offensive push will be senior Beth Farr and sophomore Morgan Bresnahan who each tallied a goal last season. CoCaptain senior Amanda Glynn will also be moving up to the offensive line from defense to add some tallies in the goals column for the Gulls. Taking charge between the posts for the Gulls will be senior goalkeeper Lizetta Solarik and sophomore Rose Bradley who will be battling for minutes. They each saw time in 2012 and recorded a .667 save percentage a piece. In front of the goalkeepers will be a strong experienced defensive line comprised of Co-Captain senior Emily O’Halloran, senior Robin Hunt and junior Alyssa Clark. Clark is coming off a great season where she started in all 20 games for the Gulls in 2012 and assisted on offensive corners for her ability to pound the ball into the back of the net, tallying four points last season. O’Halloran will be critical in the back for her ability to direct traffic and Hunt poses a strong stick on the line where she recorded a team high two defensive saves. Hoping to feed the ball into the circle and support the attack will be CoCaptains senior Stacie Teevens (4) and junior Meghan Leary (3). Leary will take hold of the reins in the midfield coming off a second consecutive First Team All-Conference accolade and First Team All-Region recognition. The midfield is set to be quick and experienced. Teevens who earned a CCC Second Team All-Conference nod is known for her ability to move the ball up the field quickly and force offensive corners. Defense and the midfield will possess great versatility, juniors Liz LeClair

and Jess Linden (Second Team All-Conference) will come in handy. Their ability to play multiple positions and their speed will give an edge for the Gulls in transition. The Gulls will again play one of the toughest strength of schedules in New England, starting off with their home opener against Babson on August 30th. They will also come across MIT who hit the national rankings last year, UMass Dartmouth and North Shore rival Salem State who upset the Gulls last year in another overtime thriller. The Gulls will be tested in the CCC, where every team will be gunning to take them down as the title holders for the second straight year. Endicott will face each team twice and will battle with the University of New England who gave the Gulls their only conference loss last season, and Nichols who the Gulls edged in another OT thriller CCC championship match in 2012. They will also look to face cross town rival Gordon College who almost gave Endicott an upset in the semi-final match in OT last year. Cipolla also discussed what she expects from this 2013 flock of Gulls. “My goal for this team is to continually get better as the season progresses so we are playing our best field hockey at the end of the season.” In terms of the big target of their back Cipolla is confident it will only make the team stronger, “Being the top target of our conference opponents is exactly what we want. It is a standard that we will continue to work for and will make us an even stronger team down the line. We have to step on the field ready to be challenged each and every day.”



























10-1 19-3 6-1 4-0 5-1 4-0 20-2 19-0 20-0 20-11 18-1 20-5 11-0 20-2 20-0 13-0 2-0 20-13 20 -68 20-34

0 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 6 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 34 20

2 0 10 2 0 2 0 7 0 3 28 0 4 0 12 0 4 0 0 0 29 170 88

2 20 2 0 2 1 21 3 9 65 8 26 1 23 0 0 0 54 381 250

0.5 0.15 0.5 0.5 0 0.095 0 0 0.169 0.125 0.192 0 0.087 0.241 .178 .136

1 14 2 0 2 1 8 2 5 50 8 20 1 12 0 0 0 38 269 -

0.5 0.7 1 1 1 0.381 0.667 0.556 0.769 1 0.769 1 0.522 0.704 .706 -

0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 15 5

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 4 14

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 3-4 1-3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1












0 35 40 99

Taylor Teixeira Lizetta Solarik Kira Petrie Rose Bradley

20-20 2-0 0-0 1-0 20 20

1362:19 58:37 0 14:12 1435:08 1435:08

32 1 1 33 68

1.64 1.19 4.93 1.61 3.32

114 2 2 119 199

0.781 0.667 0.667 .783 .745

15 0 0 -

5 0 0 -

2 0 0 2 -







31 13

33 16

3 1

67 30





186 102

177 125

9 6

372 233


1st 45 104

2nd 64 85

OT 3 5

Total 112 194

penatly corners






105 71

106 93

5 0

216 164

Opponents SHOTS BY PERIOD Endicott Opponents SAVES BY PERIOD Endicott



Opponent Location Overall 15-5 (9-1 CCC)


august 31

at Babson

Babson Park, Mass.

L, 1-2

at Colby-Sawyer UMaine Farmington UMass Dartmouth at Gordon* Salem State at Salve Regina* at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) at MIT U of New England*#

New London, N.H. Beverly, Mass. Beverly, Mass. Wenham, Mass. Beverly, Mass. Middletown, R.I. Standish, Maine Cambridge, Mass. Beverly, Mass.

W, 8-1 W, 5-1 W, 3-2 OT W, 5-0 L, 2-3 OT W, 6-2 W, 3-1 L, 3-5 W, 3-1

Nichols* at Western New England* Gordon* at U of New England* Salve Regina* Western New England* at Nichols*

Beverly, Mass. Springfield, Mass. Beverly, Mass. Biddeford, Maine Beverly, Mass. Beverly, Mass. Dudley, Mass.

W, 3-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-0 L, 2-3 W, 4-1 W, 5-1 W, 4-3

september 8 9 12 15 19 22 25 27 29

October 6 8 13 17 20 23 27

november 1 Gordon (CCC Semifinals) Beverly, Mass. 3 Nichols (CCC Finals) Beverly, Mass. 7 at Utica (NCAA 1st Round) Utica, N.Y. * indicates Commonwealth Coast Conference games # indicates Homecoming Weekend

W, 2-1 OT W, 2-1, OT L, 1-4

# Full Name 00 Rose Bradley 2 Allana Agren 3 Lexi Black 4 Amanda Glynn* 5 Taylor Przybylski 6 Stacie Teevens*^ 7 Elizabeth Farr 8 Kristen O'Brien 9 Morgan Bresnahan 11 Alyssa Clark 12 Elizabeth LeClair 13 Meghan Leary*^ 14 Emily Sawchuck^ 15 Siena Tansey 17 Mackenzie Hurst 19 Kathryn Walker 20 Emily O'Halloran* 21 Emily Paladino 22 Taylor Tyksinski 23 Jessica Linden^ 24 Robin Hunt 25 Rachel Reints 29 Danielle DeGrazia 35 Lizetta Solarik 40 Julianne Ayers * indicates team captain ^ 2012 All-CCC winner

Class GK F M/F D M M F D M/F D M D F M F F D D M/F D/M D F F GK GK

Pos. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr.

Ht. 5-5 5-3 5-3 5-8 5-2 5-4 5-4 5-8 5-6 5-7 5-2 5-0 5-3 5-2 5-5 5-6 5-8 5-5 5-9 5-4 5-2 5-5 5-3 5-10 5-4

Hometown Pottsdown, Pa. Cumberland, Maine Sandy Hook, Conn. Hampton, N.H. South Windsor, Conn. Westborough, Mass. Rindge, N.H. New Boston, N.H. South Burlington, Vt. Gorham, Me. Wilton, Maine Hampton Falls, N.H. Cumberland, Maine West Springfield, Mass. Gilford, N.H. Middlebury, Conn. Cheshire, Conn. North Reading, Mass. Slingerlands, N.Y. Stratford, Conn. Hampton, N.H. Rochester, Mass. Westport, Mass. Carmel, N.Y. Cape Elizabeth, Maine

High School Exeter Messalonskee Saratoga Springs Winnacunnet South Windsor Westborough Conant Goffstown South Burlington Profile Gorham Mount Blue Winnacunnet Cheverus Southampton Tilton Greely Pomperaug Cheshire Reading Lauralton Hall Winnacunnet Old Rochester York North Salem

2013 roster




2012 results




Hannah Thornberg Taylor Matties Amanda Glynn Taylor Przybylski Stacie Teevens Elizabeth Farr Kristen O'Brien Morgan Bresnahan Kirsta Tortorice Alyssa Clark Elizabeth Leclair Meghan Leary Emily Sawchuck Brianna Fullam Mackenzie Hurst Meaghan Labbe Kathryn Walker Emily O'Halloran Cassie DeSimone Jessica Linden Robin Hunt Rachel Reints Melissa Enright

2012 Statistics



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2012 Statistics




ead Coach Jodi Cipolla found that she had a passion for teaching, player development, and promoting life lessons through athletic participation early in her career. At Endicott, Cipolla is able to use those passions towards her own program and the student-athletes that undoubtedly benefit from them. “I love my job,” says Cipolla, who is entering her seventh year at the helm of the Gulls field hockey program. “I hope to create an environment for my players that is comfortable, yet challenging. Balancing fun with hard work is really important to me, especially at this level.”

19 98-0 1 Played at Kutztown Student Assistant at Kutztown 2002 Assistant Coach at Nichols 2003 Assistant Coach 7 at Kutztown 2004-0 cott Head Coach at Endi 2007-present

On the field, the physical challenges differ from day-to-day in terms of game preparation, skill development, maintenance, and fitness depending on the time of season. “In the beginning of the season, my assistant coaches and I set benchmarks for different parts of the season and plan where we want the team in specific areas by those specific points. We then tailor practices on a weekly basis, but depending on the given situation that may change on a daily basis in terms of skill mastery, change in personnel, or any other issues that may arise.”

“We try to build in team activities every day to promote cohesion and chemistry. My assistant coaches and I want to create a culture, a pattern of behavior that will lead to maximum performance, a sense of pride, and respect for what the Endicott field hockey program stands for.” Leadership, however, won’t just come from the coaching staff. “This team will be led by a core of seniors with a junior class that has been the backbone of our team for the past two seasons. We have some young players who are ready to make an impact as leaders and as solid statistical contributors.” It is an exciting time to be a part of the field hockey program at Endicott as the team is coming off their second straight conference championship and NCAA Tournament appearance. The team is 79-44 (.642) overall in six seasons under Cipolla with an even more impressive 41-11 (.788) mark in Commonwealth Coast Conference games. Cipolla was named CCC Coach of the Year in 2008 and has coached 30 all-conference, 22 academic all-conference, and 11 all-region players during her tenure at Endicott thus far.

The challenge is not just in the physical demands of pre-

Jodi Cipolla

Location......................................................... Beverly, Massachusetts Founded ........................................................................................ 1939 Enrollment ............................................................................... 2,355 Nickname....................................................................................... Gulls Colors.......................................................................... Blue and Green Home Field............................................................... Endicott Stadium Affiliations.................................................NCAA Division III, ECAC Conference............................................................... Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) President............................................................Dr. Richard E. Wylie Director of Athletics.................................................Brian Wylie Head Coach............................................ Jodi Cipolla (seventh year) Assistant Coaches....................................................... Leah Boody .............................................................Chelses DeFeo ‘09 Coaching Record.....................................................................79-44 (.642 winning percentage) 2012 Record .............................................................. 15-5 (9-1 CCC) All-Time Program Record..........................220-159-5 (57.9%) 20 Total Seasons CONFERENCE TITLES....................................................... 2 (2011, ‘12)

NCAA APPEARANCES................................................... 2 (2011, ‘12) ECAC APPEARANCES/TITLES............................... 9/2 (2006, ‘08) field hockey Phone............................................... 978-232-2304 sports information contact.......................... Taylor Teixeira Email..................................................................

august 30 at Babson

Babson Park, Mass.

6:00 PM

September 5 at Salem State 7 Colby-Sawyer 11 at UMass Dartmouth 14 at UMaine Farmington 17 at Westfield State 21 Nichols* 24 at Roger Williams* 26 MIT* 28 at Gordon*

Salem, Mass. New London, N.H. No. Dartmouth, Mass. Farmington, Maine Westfield, Mass. Beverly, Mass. Bristol, R.I. Beverly, Mass. Wenham, Mass.

6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:30 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM 6:00 PM 11:00 AM

October 2 at Salve Regina* 5 U of New England*# 12 at Western New England* 16 Roger Williams* 19 at Nichols* 22 Gordon* 26 Salve Regina* 30 at U of New England*

Middletown, R.I. Beverly, Mass. Springfield, Mass. Beverly, Mass. Dudley, Mass. Beverly, Mass. Beverly, Mass. Biddeford, Maine

7:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM

November 2 Western New England* 6 CCC Semifinals 9 CCC Championship

Beverly, Mass. TBA TBA


*indicates Commonwealth Coast Conference game #indicates Homecoming Weekend

2013 schedule

The comfort, Cipolla says, comes from an open door communication policy that invites conversation off the field. “I do individual meetings three times per year in order to check in, evaluate performance and outcomes, speak about academics, and any other issues that come up.”

season workouts, in-season practice, game day competition, and off-season training but also in terms of team camaraderie, an area of focus each and every year for Cipolla’s team.

quick facts


Endicott field hockey is proud to be a part of the Commonwealth Coast Conference: Endicott College • Gordon College Nichols College • Roger Williams University Salve Regina University • University of New England Western New England

Editor: Rob Palardy, Sports Information Director Layout: Angela Gulino, Assistant Director of Publications Photography: David Le Photography,

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Endicott College Field Hockey Media Guide 2013  

Endicott Field Hockey Media Guide 2013

Endicott College Field Hockey Media Guide 2013  

Endicott Field Hockey Media Guide 2013