BABSON PARK, Mass.—After concluding her career as the most decorated player in program history, Babson College field hockey senior Ashley Tango (Reading, Mass.) had the opportunity to attend a U.S. Developmental Team trial on January 20-22 in Lancaster, Pa.
The Babson men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams spent the early parts of 2019 in the Sunshine State during their annual winter training trip. Sophomore Celine Nie compiled a video montage that chronicled their experience.
My name is Kayla Schinik and I am a junior on the Babson softball team. Having such a huge passion for traveling and exploring different cities and cultures, I chose Babson knowing that I would be able to study abroad one semester while also playing a sport. This past semester I had the opportunity to study abroad at the University of Sydney in Australia. Australia was my top pick because I believed it would be great for me to go (very) far away to meet new people (and ironically some that live in close proximity at Babson that I otherwise may have never met), explore a continent that I'd never been, and experience a completely different side of the world. That was the best decision I have ever made.
After a successful four-year All-American field hockey career at Babson College, Reading’s Ashley Tango was chosen to be one of nearly 100 prospective field hockey players to try out for the United States national team.
Hi! My name is Victoria Casey, and I am a junior on the Babson College softball team. This past semester I had the opportunity to study abroad at the University of Sydney in Australia. It truly was one of the most incredible experiences and it taught me so much about myself and about life.
My name is Brett Bottomley and I am a senior on the Babson men's lacrosse team from Mercer Island, Washington. During the fall semester, I was an exchange student at the Singapore Management University (SMU) in Bras Basah, Singapore.
Babson College goaltenders Matt Pompa and Bryan Botcher both knew when they arrived on campus for the 2015-16 season, playing time would come at premium. All-everything senior Jaime Murray was at the helm, after all.
Babson field hockey Senior Catherine Gilman's motto this season has been to play for her mom, who was diagnosed with breast cancer last fall, and Saturday will be no different as the NEWMAC field hockey programs will be participating in the fifth annual PLay4theCure Day.
Babson women's soccer senior Jessica Fernandes talks about EvvGirl, and the impact that the Bard family has had on the team. Evan, whose favorite color was pink, lost her life in a drunk driving car crash in May 2013. Evan was a nursing student and cheerleader at Curry College, where she was studying to become a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nurse. To honor Evan's memory, the EvvGirl Foundation is funding the NICU Webcam Project and Seize the Keys Drunk Driving Educational Program.
Babson Associate Athletics Director and head men’s soccer coach Jon Anderson ’75 reminisces about Homecoming over the years, speaks to alumni and families returning this weekend, and previews their golf tournament.
Babson assistant women’s soccer coach Jess DiPhilippo ’15 talks about her playing-day memories during Homecoming weekend, her alumni relationships with players she coached and played alongside, and opening conference action against Clark.
On September 11, 2001, nearly 3,000 people lost their lives in the devastating terrorist attacks on the United States, including Babson men’s soccer alumnus Erik “Izzy” Isbrandtsen ’94. Each year, the Beaver men’s soccer program pays tribute to Izzy, as former classmate, teammate and best friend Dave McEachern ’94 leads a private team ceremony at Izzy’s monument that is prominently displayed adjacent to Isbrandtsen Field.
Last weekend, Babson women's volleyball sophomore Gaby Miller and the rest of the team took a trip down to South Florida to compete in the NSU Shark Invitational. In the team's downtime, Miller had the opportunity to show her Babson family the city that raised her.
Hi! My name is Jacqueline Paul, I am a member of the softball team, and I am a rising junior. I am from Burlington, N.J., and over summer break I was lucky enough to intern for the Philadelphia Phillies. During my internship, I spent all my time at Citizens Bank Park, where the Phillies play.
I’m Brandon Johnson, and I’m a rising senior on Babson’s men’s basketball team. This summer, I was blessed to be able to intern at Tandem Sports & Entertainment - a full-service agency dealing in athlete management, talent representation, marketing, communications, and publicity services.
My name is Riley Whitham and I am a rising senior on the Babson golf team. This summer I had the opportunity to participate in an internship program at a bank in New York City, RBC Capital Markets. At Babson, I have developed a passion for finance and have sharpened my skills through the various finance courses Babson offers. When I landed this internship, I was excited to apply what I learned at Babson to the real world and do my best to represent our school well at the office.
My name is Ryan McDougall and I am a rising junior at Babson. I am from Milton, Ma., and am a member of the men's ice hockey team. Over the course of the summer I have been fortunate enough to intern with Wheels Up, which is a private aviation company. Wheels Up has a clubhouse at Fenway Park, which is where I spend my time while I am working. I've also returned to Wollaston Golf Club, which is a private golf course in Milton, for my fourth summer.
BRISTOL - There was never a doubt who would be on the mound for the Bristol Blues in the team’s biggest game of the season. As the Blues took the field Monday in a single-elimination playoff game against the Pittsfield Suns, it was left-hander Michael Genaro taking the hill for Bristol.
My name is Michael Nocchi and I am a rising junior on the Babson baseball team. This summer I was fortunate enough to play in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League for the Pittsfield Suns. While it was a hard decision to make considering I wouldn't be home for June, July and part of August, it was certainly worth while. Living with a host family in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, and playing games almost every single day was a hard transition, but playing and living with our shortstop, rising seniorBrian McHale, made it a lot easier.