2020-21 Field Hockey News

  • Babson Women in Sports
    March 22, 2021
    Join three prominent and successful Babson alumni from the Celtics, MLB and Reebok as we close out Women’s History Month with a panel on women in sports. This past year we have seen women around the country and world regular break glass ceilings both in sports. Learn from and interact with Caroline, Lauren and Mackenzie as they talk about their journeys and successes in advancing the profession, the importance of the rise and growth of women in leadership positions, personal branding and advocating for yourself, networking, and more.
  • Low, Nichols and Read Named to NEWMAC Field Hockey Academic All-Conference Team
    March 02, 2021
    WESTWOOD, Mass.—Babson College field hockey sophomores Kelsey Low (Longmeadow, Mass.), Claire Nichols (St. Louis, Mo.) and Kelly Read (Sayville, N.Y.) were recognized for their success in the classroom when the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) announced its Academic All-Conference team on Tuesday morning.
  • Victoria Spofford, Full Glass Baking
    December 21, 2020
    From MacDowell Field to Full Glass Baking, former Babson Field Hockey midfielder Victoria Spofford has found a new form of peace. After baking for years as stress relief, she decided to turn it into her occupation. Order cookies - Fullglasslivin.com
  • Replay of Babson Field Hockey vs. St. John Fisher (2016 NCAA Second Round)
    December 17, 2020
    The third game in our fall replay series featured the Babson College field hockey team facing St. John Fisher in the second round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament. Elise Towers and sophomore Ashley Tango both finished with a goal and an assist as seventh-ranked Babson College defeated visiting St. John Fisher College, 3-0,
  • On the Sidelines with Field Hockey's Julie Ryan | Part Two - Looking to the Future
    November 23, 2020
    We conclude our first On the Sidelines feature with part two of our interview with head field hockey coach Julie Ryan. After covering the first decade of her career at Babson in part one last week, today we dive deeper into the program's success since becoming the College's first women's program to reach a Final Four back in 2016.
  • On the Sidelines with Field Hockey's Julie Ryan | Part One - From Early Success to the Final Four
    November 20, 2020
    Throughout the coming weeks, Babson Athletics will be highlighting the success of its head coaches, beginning with today's feature on Julie Ryan, who was hired to run the field hockey program prior to the fall of 2007. A six-time New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Coach of Year honoree, she has amassed 187 wins, eight regular season conference titles, a pair of league tournament championship and four NCAA Tournament berths over her first 13 seasons in Babson Park. 
  • Babson Athletics Announces Fall Game of the Week Series
    September 30, 2020
    BABSON PARK, Mass.—Following the successful debut of its Game of the Week series back in the spring, the Babson College athletics department is excited to announce it will replay some of the top NCAA and conference tournament games beginning next Wednesday.