August 11, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Softball #2 NEWPORT, R.I. - Salve Regina topped host Springfield, 7-4, in the opening contest of the 2017 NCAA Division III Championship Tournament Regional.
August 10, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Women's Volleyball #2 NEWPORT, R.I. - Sophomore Cassidy Trablicy (Phoenix, Ariz.) recorded 12 kills, three aces, and five blocks to help pace the fifth-seeded Salve Regina University women's volleyball team to a 3-0 win over fourth-seeded Wentworth Institute of Technology in a Commonwealth Coast Conference quarterfinal match played at Tansey Gymnasium.
August 9, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Men's Ice Hockey #2 NEWPORT, R.I. - The Salve Regina University men's ice hockey team has been ranked in a national poll for the first time in program history.
August 8, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Football #2 NEWPORT, R.I. - Offensive coordinator and head coach Kevin Gilmartin takes pride in his team's ability to keep the quarterback clean and score points.
August 7, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Women's Cross Country #2 NEWPORT, R.I. - There is no doubt that the Connecticut College Invitational was a highlight for Salve Regina in 2016. The team finished eighth amid a loaded field that included three of the top 10 teams in New England and two ranked teams from outside the region. A competitive finish among the region’s top teams is one thing. A new program record for combined team time at 6,000 meters is another. Four of the five Seahawk scorers posted personal bests at 6K in breaking a record that had been set a year before at the Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship. Seniors Amy Irving (Bohemia, N.Y.) and Victoria Varone (Providence, R.I.) led the scoring charge, finishing inside the top 40 in the field of 250. Senior Taylor Ricker (Rocky Point, N.Y.), junior Olivia Wilson (Bethel, Conn.) and freshman Cianna Lynch (Cranston, R.I.) rounded out the scoring five. The group’s aggregate time was 1:57:24.1, a 21-second improvement over the previous mark. Amy Irving – 22:35.3 Victoria Varone – 23:10.3 Taylor Ricker – 23:41.7 Olivia Wilson – 23:49.9 Cianna Lynch – 24:06.9 “Our aggregate time records are becoming more difficult to beat,” said head coach Rob McGuinness. “I thought the record set in 2015 would stand for some time, in light of the personnel and the level of performance on that day. I am glad to be wrong. This group made its mark on the all-time performance list.”
August 6, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Men's Cross Country #2 NEWPORT, R.I. - Senior captain Jay Brennan (North Haven, Conn.) was recognized as a Commonwealth Coast Conference Senior Scholar-Athlete at the conference championship meet on Oct. 29. Brennan shared the award with Greg Whitney of Eastern Nazarene College after the two tied in balloting among the CCC coaches. Brennan, a nursing student, was a three-time CCC All-Academic Team honoree. He maintained one of the highest grade point averages on the men’s cross country team while pursuing one of the most demanding, academically rigorous majors at Salve Regina University. “Jay was a most deserving recipient of the Senior Scholar-Athlete Award. His work ethic, whether in the classroom or on the course, is second to none,” said head coach Rob McGuinness. “There are few people who could have balanced such a challenging course of study with athletics, community service and campus leadership roles, but Jay did it, and he did it very well.” Brennan appeared in 30 meets for Salve Regina between 2013 and 2016, playing a varsity role in 23 of them. His collegiate bests are 18:24 for 5K and 28:41 for 8K. He represented the Seahawks in two ECAC Division III Cross Country Championships and two NCAA Division III Regional Championships.
August 5, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Women's Lacrosse #2 HILTON HEAD, S.C. - Salve Regina women's lacrosse went 2-0 on its spring break trip to Hilton Head, S.C., including an overtime win against Ramapo, 12-11. The Seahawks also had their first of four 20-plus goal games in a 22-8 victory over Southern Virginia.
August 4, 2017
Top Five Flashback: Women's Track and Field #2 NEWPORT, R.I. - The New England Division III Track and Field Championships held at Williams College on Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6 saw three school records fall and Alex Demeo (Burlington, Mass.) place fourth in the 10,000 meters, garnering All-New England honors.
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