The RWU men’s soccer team played Salve Regina University Wednesday night in an intense school rivalry at Bayside Field. The Hawks lost to the Salve Seahawks 2-0 in an enthusiastic fight to the end of the game.
The men’s soccer team took on Bridgewater State University Wednesday night in their last non-conference game of the season. Emerging victorious and continuing their winning streak, the Hawks won the game 2-0. They improve their perfect record to 12-0.
Although the women’s volleyball team played with passion in their game against Wentworth Institute of Technology, they fell to the Leopards 3-1 on Sept. 27..
It is truly undeniable to say we are living in a technological age. Advancements in technology have become a part of our everyday lives, all the way down to how we manage our health. This particular lifestyle has shown itself through the RWU athletic community over the past months with a new…
Fall athletes at Roger Williams arrive on campus in August before most students start to pack up for the semester. This year, classes began on Aug. 29 — just two days before the women’s volleyball team played their first game.
No RWU men’s soccer team since 2000 has come close to a winning streak as long as the 2018 team is currently experiencing. As of Tuesday, Oct. 2, the Hawks are 11-0 overall and 2-0 in Commonwealth Coast Conference play.
Seconds after freshman Jack Wetzel scored his first goal of his college career during the Hawks’ game against Wheaton College, a tweet from the RWU Men’s Soccer account popped up with red alarm emojis followed by a score and time update.
After winning a championship, you’d expect to be jumping up and down cheering with your teammates, but you might not anticipate your 48-year-old coach jumping higher than you.
We sat down with Mike Gallagher and Carol Sacchetti, co-coaches of the women’s rubgy team and full-time RWU employees, and asked them some rapid-fire questions about various subjects. Here are some of their answers:
In a tight game against Gordon College, the Hawks came out on top with a shutout in their first Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) appearance of the season.
School years have gone by and students have graduated, but the Roger Williams College football team‘s existence, and ending, has continued to be a campus myth. Almost any trace of its presence has been lost both on campus and in archives. The conference that the team played in has an online …
In the church during her wedding rehearsal, Head Coach Meghan (Farrelly) Blais streamed on her phone the field hockey team’s last game of the 2017 season. The Hawks were already eliminated from playoff contention and were facing one of the toughest conference opponents, the Endicott College Gulls.
Forty-nine seconds left. The Commonwealth Coast Conference Quarterfinal match between #6 Roger Williams University and #3 Western New England University on Oct. 28, 2017 was tied 0-0 until the 89th minute until the Golden Bears broke the tie on a made penalty kick at 89:19 to seal the win.
We sat down with cross country star, sophomore captain Connor Hayden, and asked him some rapid fire questions on various different subjects. Here are some of his answers:1. Age? 182. Hometown? Cumberland, Rhode Island3. Major/Minor? I’m double majoring in history and creative wri…
The rush of a championship victory is over. The younger players have stepped into their new roles and will take over for the six seniors who graduated last year. But, for freshman goalkeepers Brooke Hathaway, Morgan Strassburg and Morgan McCutcheon, their role is uncertain.
After two devastating second-place finishes in the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Championship in the 2017 season, the Roger Williams University men’s and women’s track and field teams soared to first-place victories over their long-term rivals.
The Hawks will play vaunted foe and defending champion Endicott College in the CCC final on Friday for the fourth time in the last five years.
"You can’t really do much when another team is bigger and faster than you, but you can control the mental part of the game. All of our coaches always stress “control the controllables,” and I think that is something we definitely struggled with."
Playoff season is finally upon us, and for the Roger Williams University women’s lacrosse team, where every game in the postseason will be do or die, “heart and hustle” is the theme.
As a senior class of four for the men’s lacrosse team looks to add the final touches to their legacy, it is with no question that everything from a goal, to a defensive stop and a memory was earned.
Goaltender interference in the National Hockey League has been one of the biggest questions surrounding the league ever since it was declared that a coach could challenge the call. But as the referees look at the multiple camera angles, the call is often just as good as a flip of a coin.
The Roger Williams University men’s lacrosse team competed in an aggressive game Saturday afternoon against the Golden Bears of Western New England University on the Hawks’ senior day. The Hawks lost to the Golden Bears by a final score of 12-8.
“‘Oh, holy s---. That was not right,’” she recalled. “It kind of just felt like an ankle [injury]. Kind of like I had just stepped on it wrong, landed wrong, but then I kept going and it was progressively worse.”
The Roger Williams University baseball team geared up Sunday for a doubleheader against Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) foe Nichols College at Paolino Field.
The Roger Williams University women’s lacrosse team took to the turf at Bayside Field Saturday afternoon for a matchup with University of New England, coming away with a 19-12 triumph in a sloppy game.