The Regis (Mass.) men’s and women’s cross country teams put a cap on the season today, competing in the NCAA Division III New England Cross Country Championships Saturday hosted by the University of Southern Maine.
After several seasons of success in the NECC, the Regis (Mass.) men?s and women?s cross country teams will compete in their first-ever Great Northeast Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships held Saturday, Oct. 28 at Colt State Park in Bristol, R.I.
With the GNAC Championships on the horizon, the Regis (Mass.) men’s and women’s cross country teams returned to the course for the James Earley Invitational hosted by Westfield State University Saturday at Stanley Park.
Freshman JJ Pedersen (Milford, Conn.) and sophomore Maggie Mann (Buzzards Bay, Mass.) of the Regis (Mass.) men's and women's cross country teams have each been named the Great Northeast Athletic Conference Cross Country Rookies of the Week.
The Regis (Mass.) field hockey, women's volleyball and men's and women's cross country and soccer teams all held their first practices of the 2017 season on Monday afternoon at the Regis Athletic Complex.
Freshman runner Maddie Boucias (Buckland, Mass.) had herself quite an outing, leading the Regis (Mass.) women's cross country team with a third-place finish out of over 200 runners at the Saints Invitational on Friday.
Molly Curtin (19:17), Siobhan McLaughlin (19:42) and Maddie Boucias (19:50) made history on Saturday at the UMass-Dartmouth Invitational as all three posted sub-20 minute times, a first in Regis women’s cross country history for a 5k race.
Molly Curtin (Brockton, Mass.) set a personal best and Shane Romanchick (Trumbull, Conn.) finished just outside the top 20 to highlight the Regis (Mass.) men's and women's cross country 5K race at the Roger Williams Invitational Saturday at Colt State Park.
The Regis (Mass.) men's and women's cross country and track and field teams enter a new era of the program under first-year coach Kourtney Bonsey. Featured here are the newcomers for the 2015-16 campaign.
The Regis College men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the 2015 NCAA Division III Regionals at Harkness Park in New London, Conn. on Saturday morning. The Pride men competed in an eight kilometer race while the Pride women ran a six kilometer event.
The Regis College men’s and women’s cross country teams ran at the James Earley invitational on Saturday morning at Stanley Park in Westfield, Mass. The Pride men finished 24th out of 38 squads with an average finish time of 29:46.99 while the women finished 25th of 39 teams with an average finish time 22:07.57.
Regis College freshman Stephen McCall (Brockton, Mass.) has been named this week's New England Collegiate Conference men’s cross country Rookie of the Week, it was announced Monday afternoon. This is the third time this season and second straight week McCall has earned NECC Honors.