Fedosiewich Earns Michael Sainovich Memorial AwardWomen's soccer's Morgan Fedosiewich is the 2020 recipient of the Michael Sainovich Memorial Award. This award is presented to a sophomore man and woman who, as first-year students at Babson, excelled academically and, through involvement in activities, made significant contributions to the college community.
Inside Look at Babson Women's SoccerContinuing our series of taking an inside look at the College's 22 varsity programs. Women's soccer advanced to the program's first NCAA Tournament in 2015. The Beavers are coached by Nellie Pineault.
Women's Soccer's Smith Earns Student-Athlete of the Week HonorsJunior transfer Grace Smith (Glastonbury, Conn.) of the women's soccer team was selected as the department's Student-Athlete of the Week on Friday. She appeared in two matches during the 2019 season as a substitute and scored her first career goal in Babson's 5-0 victory at Mount Holyoke in the regular season finale on November 2. Full Story
Professional Soccer UnpluggedCurious what the professional game of soccer in America and Europe is about and would like to learn more? Join the co-owner and head coach of London’s Leyton Orient Football Club, the owner of the Hartford Athletic, Babson men’s and women’s soccer coaches, and a men's soccer alumnus for a panel discussion that will cover topics such as playing during a pandemic, American ownership in top-level European soccer leagues, the differences between American and European soccer culture and popularity, and more.Full Story
Women Finish Second in NEWMAC Presidents Cup StandingsWESTWOOD, Mass.—Behind a trio of regular season titles and one conference tournament championship, Babson College came in second when the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) released its 2020 women's Presidents Cup standings on Thursday.Full Story
Study Abroad Feature: Scarlet Broderick in MilanMy name is Scarlet Broderick and I am a rising senior on the Babson women's soccer team. This past semester I studied abroad in Milan, Italy. I knew the time would fly but I did not anticipate my time in the beautiful city of Milan to be cut in half by a global pandemic. Having to cut my four-month study abroad program in half made me truly understand how incredible and rewarding of an experience studying abroad is. It wasn't until I returned home to Middlebury, Conn., that I realized how much I loved living in Milan and how much I missed out on. Full Story