WESTON, Mass.—The New England College Pilgrims allowed just one run by its The Commonwealth Coast Conference opponent Regis College Wednesday. A five-run inning in the fifth notched New England’s 11-1 victory, and improved its overall record to 14-11 and 13-9 TCCC. Gabrielle Timms (Clark Summit, Pa./Lakeland) blasted a two-run homerun in the first inning for the Pilgrims first score of the game.
Weston, Mass.—The Regis College Athletic Department is proud to announce the student athlete of the week. Softball senior Hope Benjamin (Rochester, Mass./Old Rochester Regional) was selected for her strong performances during last weeks games.
BOSTON, Mass. – Senior Hope Benjamin (Rochester, Mass.) went 4-for-5 on the day with a pair of home runs, five runs scored, and 10 RBI, while junior Kendra Abram (Acushnet, Mass.) and freshman Sarah Porteus (South Wellfleet, Mass.) each picked up wins in the circle as the Regis College softball team upped its winning streak to three games with a sweep of Wentworth, 9-4, and 20-4.
WESTON, Mass.--Hope Benjamin (Rochester, Mass./Old Rochester Regional) hits grand slam in sixth inning to lead Regis College to a 5-4 win over Elms College Thursday. Benjamin, a senior, was honored prior to the game as part of Regis' senior day, and was announced as the college's all-time home run leader.
WESTON, Mass.—Fitchburg State College handed Regis College a doubleheader loss on Regis’ home field Tuesday evening. Fitchburg State (10-13) defeated Regis College (1-30) 9-7 and 8-3, respectively, in the two games that the Falcons and Pride played.
WESTON, Mass.—Hope Benjamin (Rochester, Mass./Old Rochester Regional) smacked her fifth homerun of the year Sunday as Regis College lost to The Commonwealth Conference opponent Anna Maria 11-2 and 5-0 in doubleheader action. Benjamin’s homerun was Regis’ only score of game one.
WESTON, Mass.—Hope Benjamin (Rochester, Mass./Old Rochester Regional) smacked a two-run homerun in the first inning for Regis College (1-26, 0-17 TCCC) to give the Pride a one-run lead over Gordon College Saturday. However, Gordon would defeat Regis College 7-2 in game one, and 14-5 in game two of the conference doubleheader.
DUDLEY, Mass. (Apr. 7) – Senior Kara Buckley (Nashua, N.H.) threw her first career no-hitter in the nightcap to lead the Nichols College softball team to a The Commonwealth Coast Conference sweep of visiting Regis Thursday afternoon. Buckley, who fanned six and walked only one in seven innings, led Nichols to a 7-0 second-game victory after Nichols held off a mid-game Regis rally for a 5-2 win in the opener. The Bison improve to 11-10 overall and 7-3 in TCCC games. Regis falls to 1-24 overall and 0-14 in league play.
WESTON, Mass.—Tuesday’s softball doubleheader versus Daniel Webster College has been postponed due to inclement weather. The game had not been rescheduled at the time of this release. Regis College will travel to Nichols College, a The Commonwealth Coast Conference opponent, on Thursday, April 7.
WESTON, Mass.—With its Tuesday (April 5) game versus Daniel Webster postponed, Regis College softball will have two extra days to prepare for Nichols College Thursday. Following its Nichols game, Regis College (1-22, 0-12 TCCC) will begin a four-game home stretch. Two of the four games will be against The Commonwealth Coast Conference opponents.
MILTON, Mass. – The Curry College softball team took both games in a conference doubleheader with Regis College, winning the opener 3-1, and the nightcap, 6-3. The Colonels improved to 9-13 overall and 6-4 in The Commonwealth Coast Conference (TCCC), while the Pride fell to 1-22 overall and 0-12 in conference action.
BRISTOL, R.I. – The Roger Williams University Softball team grabbed two more Commonwealth Coast Conference wins Saturday afternoon, defeating Regis College in both games of a doubleheader by the scores 5-0 and 5-2.
WESTON, Mass.—The University of New England scored 12 runs in the third inning to notch a 17-10 game two victory Wednesday over Regis College. The Nor’easters held an eight-run lead (9-1) at the end of five innings to defeat the Pride in game one. The University of New England improved to 11-5 overall and 6-0 in The Commonwealth Coast Conference. Regis College dropped its sixth straight game to fall to 1-18 overall and 0-8 TCCC.
The Regis College softball team will face three tough opponents this week, one with a respectable 9-5 overall record, while the other two are 6-10 and 5-11, respectively. Regis College (1-16, 0-6 TCCC) will host the conference’s top seed the University of New England (9-5, 4-0 TCCC) Wednesday. Saturday it will travel to Roger Williams (5-11, 4-0 TCCC), and then to Curry College (6-10, 3-3 TCCC) on Sunday.
NEWPORT, R.I. – Freshman Jennifer Edine (Warwick, R.I.) drove in three runs in game one and sophomore Jillian Quintana (Denver, Colo.) belted a three-run home run in game two in Salve Regina University’s doubleheader sweep of Regis (Mass.) College in The Commonwealth Coast Conference (TCCC) softball action Sunday afternoon at Toppa Field. The Seahawks won game one, 8-0, in six innings and game two, 10-0, in five innings.
WESTON, Mass.—Jenna Bortolotti (Milton, Mass./Milton) pitched a no-hitter Saturday to helpd Endicott College (8-4, 2-0 TCCC) to two The Commonwealth Coast Conference wins. Endicott defeated Regis College (1-14, 0-4 TCCC) 11-0 in game one, and 12-0 in game two. Both games ended in five innings.
WESTON, Mass.—Regis College tallied a season-high 12 runs Friday to defeat Newbury College 12-8 in non-conference softball. Regis College (1-12, 0-2 TCCC) had 11 hits and 10 runs batted in as a team. Hope Benjamin (Rochester, Mass.) had a team-high five RBIs, and scored two runs in five at bats. She also had her third homerun of the season.
WESTON, Mass.—Hope Benjamin (Rochester, Mass.) hit a three-run homerun in the sixth inning to close in on Eastern Nazarene College, and the Pride tallied several more runs in the seventh inning, but its efforts were not enough to win either of its doubleheader games versus The Commonwealth Coast Conference opponent Wednesday. Eastern Nazarene downed Regis College 10-2 (Game 1) and 10-9 (Game 2).
Weston, Mass.—The Regis College softball team is set to take on Eastern Nazarene College Wednesday (Mar. 23). The Pride enters the contest with a record of 0-10, while the visiting Lions enter the contest with a record of 2-8.
Weston, Mass.—The Regis College softball team will be traveling to Fort Myers, Florida Monday (Mar. 7) to compete in the Gene Cusic Classic. The Pride will play ten games in the classic which is being held at the Northwest Cape Coral Sports Complex.