• Men's and Women's Cross-Country Receive Team All-Academic Honors
    March 09, 2010
    The Babson college men’s and women’s cross country teams have been honored by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) for academic success by earning a spot on the 2009 USTFCCCA NCAA Division III Men’s and Women’s Cross Country All- Academic Teams list. In order to be eligible for this award, a team needs to have competed and compiled a team score at an NCAA regional meet and must have a minimum 3.10 team cumulative grade point average. The Babson men’s team compiled a team GPA of 3.32 and the women a GPA of 3.38.
  • Babson Athletes Give Back This Fall
    November 16, 2009
    This fall the Babson athletic teams not only performed on the field and in the classroom, but they also gave back to the community in many different ways. Several teams participated in community service events that benefited many organizations including the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation, the Make-a-Wish Foundation, and the Jimmy Fund. “I’m extremely proud of everything our athletes have done and continue to do within the community,” said Director of Athletics Josh MacArthur. “These young men and women have tremendous demands on their time and energy, and yet they still make the effort to give back in whatever way they can. They genuinely thrive on touching the lives of others, and in doing so they serve as wonderful ambassadors for Babson College and our athletics program.”
  • Cross Country Wraps Up 2009 Season At NCAA New England Championships
    November 14, 2009
    The Babson College cross country teams closed out their 2009 season at the NCAA Division III New England Championships at the Twin Brooks course on Saturday. Despite running without top runner Charlotte Margel, the women still managed to improve six spots from a year ago, finishing 33rd out of 47 scoring teams. Meanwhile, the men's squad came in 29th out of 48 scoring squads. The top run of the day was turned in by Babson sophomore Michelle Black, who recorded a huge personal record in placing 101st overall. Her time of 24:30 was the eighth fastest 6k effort in Babson history, and the second fastest by a Babson runner on at Twin Brooks behind only Lydia Halloran's run of 23:43 in 2004. The women's team also received excellent runs from senior Vanessa Lovering, who placed 170th with a time of 25:50 - the 21 quickest 6k run in team history - and Colleen Carr, who finished 203rd in 26:23. On the men's side, sophomore Kyle Fitzpatrick recorded the Beavers' top finish in 121st place with a time of 27:37, followed by sophomore Mike Smith in 136th with a run of 27:58.
  • NEWMAC Releases Fall All-Academic Teams; 12 Beavers Honored
    November 11, 2009
    The New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) has officially announced its fall Academic All-Conference Teams, and a total of 13 Babson College athletes were recognized. Representing the Beavers with All-Academic honors were senior Kristen Lang (Kennebunk, Maine), sophomore Wendy Glickenhouse (Red Hook, N.Y.), sophomore Kyle Fitzpatrick (Toledo, Ohio), and sophomore Mike Smith (Brockton, Mass.) of cross country; senior Emiley Cohen (West Grove, Pa.), senior Alyssa L'Bassi (Shrewsbury, Mass.), and junior Colleen Kelly (Milton, Mass.) of field hockey; seniors Dan Fogarty (Brookeline, N.H.) and Sean Gleason (Clinton, N.Y.) of men's soccer; junior Katy Alea (Southborough, Mass.), junior Laura Duston (Nashua, N.H.), and sophomore Alexa Untermann (Honolulu, Hawaii) of volleyball; and junior Kristy Benoit (Shrewsbury, Mass.) of women's soccer.
  • Cross Country Continues Late Season Run At ECAC Championships
    November 07, 2009
    The Babson College cross country teams competed at the 2009 ECAC Championships at Williams College on Saturday, where the women's team placed 28th out of 39 schools while the men took 36th out of 43 squads. First-year Charlotte Margel once again paced the Babson women, placing 93rd with a time of 26:39 in the first 6K race of her collegiate career. Sophomore Michelle Black was close behind in 117th place with a time of 27:07, followed by senior Vanessa Lovering in 151st (27:51) and senior captain Kristen Lang in 176th (28:33). The Babson men were led by sophomores Mike Smith and Andrew Oram, who finished two spots and just five-tenths of a second apart. Smith placed 178th overall with a run of 30:48.1, while Oram followed in 180th in 30:48.6.
  • Margel Earns All-Conference Accolades As Cross Country Runs At NEWMAC Championships
    October 31, 2009
    First-year Charlotte Margel became just the second woman in program history to earn All-Conference honors on Saturday, as the Babson College cross-country teams competed at the 2009 New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championships at Franklin Park. The women finished seventh out of nine teams at the competition, while the men took fifth out of seven squads. Margel highlighted the day for the Beavers, finishing 14th overall with a time of 20:10 to earn NEWMAC All-Conference Second Team honors. She joined Lydia Halloran '05 as the only two women in Babson cross-country history to earn All-League status.
  • Cross Country Teams Finish Third At Emmanuel Invitational
    October 16, 2009
    The Babson College cross country teams turned in a spectacular performance at the Emmanuel College Invitational at Franklin Park on Friday afternoon. Both squads finished third overall at the event, which featured 19 scoring teams on the women's side and 17 on the men's side. The women's team was led by the trio of first-year Charlotte Margel, sophomore Michelle Black, and senior Vanessa Lovering. Margel came in seventh overall in a time of 20:14, Black placed 10th in 20:21, and Lovering finished 19th with a personal best time of 21:03. Highlighting the men's race were sophomore Kyle Fitzpatrick, who finished 13th overall with a time of 27:08 in his first race of the season, and sophomore Mike Smith, who came in 28th in 27:54 in his season debut. Sophomore Andrew Oram followed in 33rd in 28:06, and first-year Jake Williams finished 33rd in 28:38.
  • Margel, Black Pace Cross Country At Gordon Invitational
    October 03, 2009
    First-year Charlotte Margel and sophomore Michelle Black both earned All-Invitational honors as they led the Babson College women's cross country team to a tremendous ninth-place finish out of 27 squads at the Pop Crowell Invitational at Gordon College on Saturday. Margel finished 10th overall out of 290 runners with a time of 19:50, while Black was close behind in 14th with a time of 19:59. First-year Jake Williams ran a 28;34 to place 29th out of 221 competitors in the men's race, as Babson finished 13th out of 24 scoring teams.
  • Margel, Oram Lead Cross Country At Codfish Bowl
    September 26, 2009
    First-year Charlotte Margel (Ridgewood, N.J.) and sophomore Andrew Oram (Northborough, Mass.) each led their respective squad with solid performances as the Babson College cross country teams competed at the 2009 Codfish Bowl at Franklin Park on Saturday. The women's team finished 13th out of 23 schools in an impressive showing, while the men did not score as a team with only four harriers running. Margel broke the 20-minute barrier for the second straight race, turning in a 19:47 to place 27th overall. It was the second fastest run by a Babson female at Franklin Park behind only Anna Gatker's effort of 19:16 back in 2003. Meanwhile, Oram paced a short-handed men's squad with a personal-best time of 28:05, placing him 90th overall.
  • Women's Cross Country Takes 24th, Men 30th At UMass-Dartmouth Invitational
    September 19, 2009
    The Babson College cross country teams ran their first full-length races of the season on Saturday, as the Beavers competed at the UMass-Dartmouth Corsair Invitational. The women finished 24th out of 42 scoring teams, while the men placed 30th out of 37 scoring squads. On the women's side, first-year Charlotte Margel (Ridgewood, N.J.) led Babson with a time of 19:43, placing her 56th overall. Sophomore Michelle Black (San Diego, Calif.) came in 94th with a run of 20:24, followed by senior Vanessa Lovering (Hollis, N.H.) in 165th in 21:30. Competing without their top two runners, the Babson men still featured a number of strong runs. First-year Jake Williams (Scaggsville, Md.) posted the team's best finish, taking 100th overall in 27:12, while sophomore Andrew Oram (Northborough, Mass.), sophomore Justin Bowman (Plymouth, Mass.), and junior captain Jordan Bray (Henderson, Nev.) all added personal bests for the Beavers.
  • Cross Country Opens Season At Keene State Invitational
    September 05, 2009
    The Babson College cross country teams opened their 2009 season at the Keene State Invitational on Saturday. The women placed third out of four teams, while the men finished fourth in their half of the event. First-year Charlotte Margel (Ridgewood, N.J.) and sophomore Michelle Black (San Diego, Calif.) led the Babson women, who ran a two-mile race. Margel posted a time of 12:56 to finish 11th in her collegiate debut, while Black came in 12th with a time of 13:01. The men's team opened with a 5k competition, with sophomore Kyle Fitzpatrick (Toledo, Ohio) leading the team with a 37th-place finish in a time of 18:13. Sophomore Michael Smith (Brockton, Mass.) followed in 40th place in 18:17, and first-year Jake Williams (Scaggsville, Md.) kicked off his Babson career in 42nd place in 18:21.
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