The opening round of the 2018 Baseball CCC Tournament has been set.
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.
The Hawks lost a hard-fought and exciting game to conference rival Endicott College at home on Wednesday afternoon.
In a highly anticipated matchup against a familiar foe at Bayside Field Wednesday night, the Roger Williams University men’s lacrosse team fell to an offensively surging Endicott College team 14-5.
The softball team has finished their four-game homestand with a Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) record of 1-3. On Tuesday, the Hawks took on the Fighting Scots of Gordon College and split the doubleheader before dropping both games to Salve Regina University a day later.
From start to finish, the Roger Williams University women’s lacrosse team dominated neighboring Salve Regina University in a 21-4 rout on Tuesday afternoon.
After establishing himself as the star of the Hawks his freshman year, outfielder Justin Stone's rookie season was cut short by injury. Now, he's looking for a breakout season in his comeback year.
The softball team has returned from their Florida trip with a few needs to address. After posting a 1-11 record during their spring break trip, the Hawks need to find their winning ways early on this season.
After last season’s Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) semifinals loss to Eastern Nazarene College, Coach Barry Gorman and the Roger Williams men’s tennis team are ready to bounce back.
The Roger Williams University men’s and women’s basketball teams came up short in the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Tournament over the weekend.
As family and friends approached Bayside Field Wednesday afternoon, one could feel the confidence and excitement building in anticipation for the men's lacrosse team’s season opener vs. Lasell College.
Graduating a class of seniors is not always the easiest thing to do, but when you say goodbye to six players and your leader in points and assists, the job does not get any easier.
After an offseason of change — including at the head-coaching position and graduation of one of their stars — the Roger Williams University women's lacrosse team faces some fair challenges in their quest to the top in 2018.
Despite a little bit of tension at times, the Roger Williams University men's basketball team got past University of New England 88-81 in the CCC quarterfinals on Tuesday night, Feb. 20.
The Roger Williams University women's basketball team dominated from start to finish in the CCC quarterfinals last Tuesday, Feb. 20, with a 76-38 blowout of Gordon College.