Coach Joe Walsh Memorial Golf Classic

Mon., August 14, 2017
LeBaron Hills Country Club, Lakeville, Mass.

Joe Walsh was an outstanding baseball coach and an even better person. He touched so many lives through his association with Suffolk University, Harvard University, the Cape Cod Baseball League and amateur baseball throughout New England. To honor Joe's life, a group of former players are creating a scholarship in Joe's name at his alma mater Catholic Memorial High School. This scholarship will be given annually to a deserving student and will be funding by this annual golf tournament.

We would love to see as many of Joe's former baseball players as well as his girls' basketball players and track/cross country athletes join us for a great day of golf for a great man and great cause. Keeping Joe's legacy alive through this annual scholarship! We hope to see you at the tournament, but if you cannot make it, please consider some of the other options available to contribute to the cause. 

Joe Walsh Golf Tournament Website

Tournament Brochure

2017 MLB Drafted Players from NEIBA Schools (June 14, 2017)

NEIBA schools had 29 players drafted in June, 2017. Nine schools had multiple players drafted, led by UConn with four.

Total Players drafted from NEIBA schools:

2017: 29

2016: 33
2015: 26
2014: 26
2013: 26

2017 Draft

6 190 Dodgers Wills Montgomerie RHP UConn CT
8 255 Cubs Austin Filiere 3B M.I.T. MA
9 282 Indians James Karinchak RHP Bryant RI
10 298 Pirates Beau Sulser RHP Dartmouth NH
13 379 Rays Erik Ostberg C Hartford CT
14 418 Pirates Chris Sharpe OF UMass Lowell MA
15 448 Pirates Gavin Wallace RHP Fairfield CT
16 486 Giants John Russell RHP UConn CT
17 512 Yankees Chris Hess 2B URI RI
19 561 A's Michael Danielak RHP Dartmouth NH
20 610 Dodgers Donovan Casey OF Boston College MA
20 615 Cubs Brendan King RHP Holy Cross MA
22 663 Mariners Johnny Adams SS Boston College MA
23 688 Pirates Ben Bengston SS Hartford CT
24 714 Brewers Robbie Hitt RHP Quinnipiac CT
25 758 Orioles Willy Yahn 3B UConn CT
27 809 Marlins Doug Domnarski LHP UConn CT
28 841 Astros Richard Slenker 3B Yale CT
31 929 Marlins Harisson White OF Yale CT
31 933 Mariners Ryan Costello 3b Central Conn. St. CT
32 948 Padres Matthew Batten SS Quinnipiac CT
32 955 Angels David MacKinnon 1B Hartford CT
32 961 Astros Martin Figueroa C URI RI
33 992 Yankees Jacob Stevens RHP Boston College MA
34 1023 Mariners David Hesslink LHP M.I.T. MA
35 1048 Pirates Drew Fischer RHP Amherst MA
27 1104 Brewers Christian Taugner RHP Brown RI
37 1117 Mets Josh Walker LHP New Haven CT
39 1164 Brewers Robert Henry OF Brown RI

College World Series - NCAA Division I
June 17-27, 2017
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Watch the tournament here: ESPN3

Oregon State
Cal St. Fullerton
Florida St.
Texas A&M

NCAA Division I Super Regionals
June 9-12, 2017

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Corvallis - Vanderbilt vs. Oregon State
Long Beach
- Cal St. Fullerton vs. Long Beach State
Tallahassee - Sam Houston St. vs. Florida St.
Baton Rouge - Mississippi St. vs. LSU
College Station - Davidson vs. Texas A&M
Louisville - Kentucky vs. Louisville
Fort Worth - Missouri State vs. TCU
Gainesville - Wake Forest vs. Florida

Northeast teams in the NCAA Division I Regionals
June 2-5, 2017

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Oregon State University
Goss Stadium

Fri. - #3 Yale (32-16) 5, #2 Nebraska (35-20-1) 1 (Game Story)
Fri. - #1 Oregon State (49-4) 8, #4 Holy Cross (23-27) 2
Sat. - #4 Holy Cross 7, #2 Nebraska 4 (Game Story)
Sat. - #1 Oregon State 11, #3 Yale 0
Sun. - #3 Yale 9, #4 Holy Cross 5 (Holy Cross eliminated)
Sun. - #1 Oregon St. 8, Yale 1 (Yale eliminated)

Texas Christian University Lupton Stadium
Fri - Rained out
Sat. - #1 TCU (42-16) 9 #4 Central Conn. St. 6
Sun. - #3 Dallas Baptist 6, #4 Central Conn. St. 5 (Central Conn. St. eliminated)

Clemson University Doug Kingsmore Stadium
Fri. - #2 Vanderbilt (33-22-1) 13, #3 St. John's (42-11) 4
Sat. - #4 UNC-Greensboro 3, #3 St. John's 1 (St. John's eliminated)

University of Florida McKethan Stadium
Fri. - #1 Florida (42-16) 10, #4 Marist (32-21) 6
Sat. - #3 Bethune-Cookman 4, #4 Marist 2 (Marist eliminated)

College Division Rallies to Tie University Division in 2017 NEIBA All-Star Game

The first pitch of the 2017 NEIBA All-Star game on Fri. June 2, 2017.

Southern Connecticut State University’s Nick Lamberti drove in Owls’ teammate Greg Zullo with the tying run in the bottom of the eighth inning as the College Division (Division II/III) squad rallied for a 3-3 tie against University Division (Division I) team in the 2017 Joe Walsh New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA) All-Star Game on Friday afternoon at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket, R.I.
   Mike Corin of the University of Rhode Island hit a two-run homer in the top of the fourth inning on his way to earning Most Valuable Player honors. Matt Tulley of UMass Boston was selected as the NEIBA All-Star Game Most Valuable Pitcher after recording one strikeout in a perfect third inning.
   Prior to the game a ceremony was held on the field to honor the 2017 NEIBA award winners and the organization’s inaugural Hall of Fame class.

Box Score and Rosters



Most Valuable Pitcher - Matt Tulley (UMass Boston), NEIBA President - Ken Harring (UMass Lowell), and MVP Mike Corin (URI).

2017 NEIBA Award Winners (Announced May 31, 2017)

Congratulations to the 2017 Honorees!
More info on the Awards page

Division I Team of the Year:

Division I Coach of the Year: John Stuper, Yale
Division II Team of the Year: Southern New Hampshire University
Division II Coach of the Year: Scott Loiseau, Southern New Hampshire University 
Division III Team of the Year: UMass Boston
Division III Coach of the Year: Matt Noone, Babson College
Jack Butterfield Award: Matt Noone, Babson College
Kevin Burr Assistant Coach Award: Mike Phelps, Middlebury College
Andy Baylock Distinguished Service Award: Peter Frates

Division I Team of the Year: UConn
The Huskies finished atop the NEIBA poll for the second time in three seasons after posting 30 or more wins for the third year in a row. Under the guidance of Jim Penders, Connecticut finished the year at 33-25 overall and tied for third place in the American Athletic Conference (AAC). The Huskies were the top-ranked team in New England in six of nine weeks and went 9-5 against regional foes this spring.

Division I Coach of the Year: John Stuper, Yale
 The winningest coach in program history, John Stuper guided Yale to its first Ivy League Tournament championship since 1994 and an overall mark of 32-16 this spring. The Bulldogs, who are just one victory shy of a program record set back in 1993, went 16-4 in conference play and are set to play their first NCAA Tournament game in 23 years on Friday against Nebraska in Corvallis, Ore.

Division II Team of the Year: Southern New Hampshire University
Division II Coach of the Year: Scott Loiseau, Southern New Hampshire University
Under the direction of four-time Northeast-10 Conference Coach of the Year Scott Loiseau, Southern New Hampshire finished the year at 43-11. The Penmen, which were ranked in the top 10 in the nationals polls for much of the 2017 campaign, reached its second consecutive NCAA Division II Tournament East Regional final, while Loiseau collected his second straight NCBWA Coach of the Year honor.

Division III Team of the Year: UMass Boston
The Beacons put together a banner 2017 campaign that included winning a school-record 38 games while reaching the Division III College World Series for the second time in eight years. UMass Boston captured the Little East Tournament championship, earned the top seed in the Harwich Regional and went unbeaten on its way to clinching the program’s second CWS berth.

Division III Coach of the Year: Matt Noone, Babson College
Matt Noone was selected as the NEIBA Division III Coach of the Year after leading Babson to a school-record 29 victories and a spot in the Harwich Regional final last month. Under Noone’s guidance, the Beavers won a share of their first conference regular season crown since 2012 and first NEWMAC Tournament championship since 2009, and made the program’s third NCAA Tournament appearance.

Jack Butterfield Award: Matt Noone, Babson College
Presented to an active or former New England coach who exhibits the integrity and dedication to the game of college baseball that coach Butterfield demonstrated throughout his career.
Matt Noone, who just finished his 15th season at Babson College, has over 25 years of coaching experience in New England. After serving as pitching coach at Northeastern from 1991-2002, Noone took over at Babson prior to the 2003 season and has recorded over 330 wins and just won his third conference championship last month. In addition to his collegiate experience, he has served as both an assistant and head coach in the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League and concluding his seventh year as a NEIBA officer.

Kevin Burr Assistant Coach Award: Mike Phelps, Middlebury College
Presented to an active New England assistant coach who exhibits the integrity and dedication to the game of college baseball that coach Burr demonstrated throughout his career.
Mike Phelps, who just finished his 12th season as an assistant coach at Middlebury College, has helped the program to three of the best seasons in program history during his tenure. The Panthers won 22 games in 2017, which is good for the second most in program history, and reached the conference tournament final after claiming the NESCAC West Division regular season crown. In addition to his work with the baseball program, Phelps also serves as an assistant football coach at Middlebury.

Andy Baylock Distinguished Service Award: Peter Frates
Given to a person who has significantly contributed to the betterment of New England College Baseball.
A four-year standout at Boston College from 2004-07, Pete Frates was diagnosed with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in March 2012. Frates, who captained the Eagles in 2007 and rejoined the program as the director of baseball operations in 2012, and his family established the Pete Frates #3 Fund and the Frates ALS Research and Support Fund to provide awareness and education about the disease and funding for those afflicted with ALS. Along with his family and support system, Frates championed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that raised more than $220 million in the summer of 2014 alone. He was awarded Sports Illustrated’s Inspiration of the Year in 2014 and received the 2017 NCAA Inspiration Award for the perseverance, dedication and determination to overcome his trauma while serving as a role model and giving hope and inspiration to others in similar situations.


2017 Div. III & II NCAA World Series Info (Updated 5-31-17)

Division III World Series (Appleton, Wisc.) May 26-30, 2017
Live Stats and Video
World Series Website

Fri. May 26
Washington & Jefferson (38-11) 4, Concordia-Chicago (33-11) 2
Roanoke (33-17) 8, Oswego St. (32-9) 7
North Central (29-16) 5, UMass Boston (37-10) 2
Cal Lutheran (35-10) 4, Wheaton 2
Sat. May 27
Concordia-Chicago 9, Oswego St. 4 (Oswego St. eliminated)
Washington & Jefferson 11
, Roanoke 1
UMass Boston 3, Wheaton 2 (Wheaton eliminated)
Cal Lutheran 14, North Central 5
Sun. May 28
11:00 - Roanoke 10, Concordia-Chicago 3 (Concordia-Chicago eliminated)
2:15 - North Central 5, UMass Boston 4 (UMass Boston eliminated)
5:30 - Washington & Jefferson 8, Roanoke 1 (Roanoke eliminated)
8:45 - Cal Lutheran 10, vs. North Central 8 (North Central eliminated)
Mon. May 29 (Best out of 3 series)
Washington & Jefferson 12, Cal Lutheran 2
Tue. May 30 (Best out of 3 series)
Cal Lutheran 12, Washington & Jefferson 4
Cal Lutheran 7, Washington & Jefferson 3


Division II World Series (Grande Prairie, Tex.) May 27-June 3, 2017

Live Stats and Video

St. Thomas Aquinas

West Chester
Delta St.
North Georgia
Colorado Mesa
UC-San Diego


Div. III NEIBA All-New England Announced (5-23-17)

 The 2017 NEIBA Division III All-New England team has been released: 2017 All-New England Team

2017 Div. III NCAA Regionals Info (Updated 5-22-17)

New York Regional (Onondoga Complex, Syracuse, N.Y.) May 18-22, 2017
No. 1 Oswego St. (28-8)
No. 2 Southern Maine (30-11)
No. 3 TCNJ (31-11)
No. 4 Tufts (30-8-1)
No. 5 Castleton (34-8)

No. 6 Ithaca (28-11)

May 18 - Southern Maine 5, Castleton 3 / TCNJ 4, Tufts 3
May 19 - Ithaca 5, Castleton 2 / Oswego St. 1, Tufts 0 / Southern Maine 10, TCNJ 1
May 20 - Oswego St. 6, Southern Maine 4 / Southern Maine 4, Ithaca 0
May 21 - Southern Maine 7, Oswego St. 6 / Oswego St. 9, Southern Maine 4
Eliminated: Tufts, Castleton, TCNJ, Ithaca, Southern Maine
OSWEGO ST. wins regional

Mid-Atlantic Regional (PeoplesBank Park, York, Penn.) May 18-22, 2017
No. 1 Johns Hopkins (36-6)
No. 2 Shenandoah (36-8)
No. 3 Wheaton (23-14)
No. 4 RIT (33-7)
No. 5 Alvernia (28-13-2)
No. 6 Elizabethtown (27-15)
No. 7 SUNY Maritime (26-11)
No. 8 Lesley (27-17-1)

May 18 - Johns Hopkins 15, Lesley 2 / Wheaton 8, Elizabethtown 6
May 19 - Lesley 6
, RIT 5 (15) / Wheaton 6, Shenandoah 0
May 20 - Shenandoah 4,
Lesley 1 / Wheaton 6, Johns Hopkins 1
May 21 - Shenandoah 5,
Wheaton 4
May 22 -
Wheaton 1, Shenandoah 0
RIT, SUNY-Maritime, Lesley, Elizabethtown, Johns Hopkins, Shenandoah
WHEATON wins regional

New England Regional (Whitehouse Field, Harwich, Mass.) - May 18-22, 2017
No. 1 UMass Boston (33-10)
No. 2 Arcadia (32-11)
No. 3 St. John Fisher (30-10)
No. 4 Salve Regina (34-10)
No. 5 Babson (25-13)
No. 6 Suffolk (26-15)
No. 7 Worcester St. (20-20)
No. 8 Penn State-Berks (20-19)

May 18 - Babson 14, Salve Regina 3 / UMass Boston 9, Penn St.-Berks 8 (10)
               Suffolk 4, St. John Fisher 3 / Arcadia 4, Worcester St. 3 (12)
May 19 - Salve Regina 12, Penn St.-Berks 4 / St. John Fisher 14, Worcester St. 7
               UMass Boston 4, Babson 0 / Suffolk 1, Arcadia 0
May 20 - Babson 12, St. John Fisher 8 / Salve Regina 5, Arcadia 0 / UMass Boston 13, Suffolk 4
               Babson 6, Salve Regina 5
May 21 - Babson 9, Suffolk 1 / UMass Boston 11, Babson 8
Eliminated: Penn St.-Berks, Worcester St., St. John Fisher, Arcadia, Salve Regina, Suffolk, Babson
UMASS BOSTON wins regional

2017 DII NCAA Regionals Info 

East Regional (Franklin Pierce, Manchester, N.H.) May 18-22, 2017
No. 1 Southern NH (41-9)
No. 2 New Haven (29-11)
No. 3 St. Thomas Aquinas (28-15)
No. 4 LIU Post (30-18)
No. 5 Felician (33-13)
No. 6 Southern Conn. St. (27-14-1)
No. 7 Dominican (21-27)

May 18 - St. Thomas Aquinas 8, Southern Conn. St. 3 / New Haven 5, Dominican 2
May 19 - Dominican 5, Southern Conn. St. 3 / Southern NH 15, LIU Post 3 / St. Thomas Aquinas 4, New Haven 1
May 20 - Felician 7, New Haven 1 / St. Thomas Aquinas 13, Southern NH 1
May 21 - Southern NH 8, Felician 2
May 22 - St. Thomas Aquinas 13, Southern NH 2
Eliminated: Southern Conn. St., Dominican, New Haven, LIU-Post, Felician, Southern NH
ST. THOMAS AQUINAS wins regional

2017 Conference Champions (5-12-17)  

Conference races are being decided throughout New England as we speak.
Congrats to the 2017 Conference champions!

Suffolk (GNAC)
Salve Regina (CCC)
UMass-Boston (Little East)
Worcester St. (MASCAC)
Castleton (NAC)
Lesley (NECC)
Tufts (NESCAC)
Babson (NEWMAC)

New Haven (NE-10)

Houston (AAC)
Davidson (Atlantic-10)
Marist (MAAC)
Central Connecticut St. (NEC)
Yale (Ivy)
Holy Cross (Patriot)
Florida State (ACC)
UMBC (America East)
Delaware (Colonial)

Inaugural NEIBA Hall of Fame class announced (5-9-17) 

The New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA) announced the names of its first eight inductees on Thursday. The 2017 Hall of Fame class will be honored prior to the organization’s annual all-star game on Friday, June 2, in Pawtucket, R.I.
The inaugural NEIBA Hall of Fame Class includes some of the New England’s top coaches, all of which left a lasting legacy of success. The inductees will be presented with their awards prior to the 43rd Annual NEIBA Joe Walsh All-Star Game between the University All-Stars (Division I) and College All-Stars (Division II/III). First pitch at McCoy Stadium is set for 12 p.m.
The 2017 NEIBA Hall of Fame Inductees (Click here for more info):

Archie Allen - Springfield
Archie Allen, who served as head baseball coach at Springfield College from 1948-78, amassed 454 career victories and led the Pride to the Division II College World Series on three occasions.
John "Tinker" Connelly - Northeastern
A tremendous three-sport athlete in the 1950s, John “Tinker” Connelly was the head baseball coach at Northeastern University for over 25 years. He won 288 games and led the Huskies to the College World Series in 1966.
John Winkin - Maine
A former lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy during World War II, John Winkin won 1,043 games as the head coach at Colby College, the University of Maine and Husson University. He recorded 642 victories and made six trips to the College World Series with the Black Bears.
Andy Baylock - UConn
A member of the University of Connecticut athletics department since 1963, Andy Baylock won 556 games and led the Huskies to three NCAA Tournament appearances in 24 years as the head baseball coach.
Dick Bergquist - UMass
Dick Bergquist, who served as head baseball coach at the University of Massachusetts from 1967-87, won 392 games and led the Minutemen to a fifth-place finish at the 1969 College World Series.
Jack Butterfield - Maine
A two-sport standout in the 1950s, Jack Butterfield won 301 games in 20 years as the head coach at the University of Maine and the University of South Florida, and was selected as the Division I Coach of the Year in 1964.
Jim Stone - UMass-Lowell
Jim Stone amassed 801 career wins during his 37-year tenure as the head baseball coach at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. He led the River Hawks to the Division II College World Series in 2001 and 2002.
Joe Zavattaro - North Adams State
Former Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (formerly North Adams State University) head coach Joe Zavattaro won 493 games between 1964-95, and also served as athletic director at his alma mater.

NEIBA Meeting Summary

The annual NEIBA General Meeting took place on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017 at at Mohegan Sun. Attendance from the membership was excellent.

Highlights from the meeting include:

Treasurer Report
Matt Noone

New NEIBA Officers starting 2017-2018
President: John Susi - Western Connecticut St. (promoted)
Vice-President: Mike Rocco - Assumption (promoted)
Secretary-Treasuer: Brandon Eygabroat - UMass Boston (by unanimous floor vote)
Mass Region Zone 7: Greg Dicenzo - Holy Cross (by unanimous floor vote)

2017 All-Star Game Update
Tentative dates either Fri. June 2, or Sun. June 4. More information to come.

Other Business
Reminder to vote in region polls
Nominations open for NEIBA Awards through Mike Connelly
Looking for someone to handle social media for the organization (a small stipend available)
Hall of Fame update: Coming soon
Lineup cards and backpacks from Under Armour were distributed
The Executive Committee met before the General Meeting
2017 Rules Video Link (32 minutes) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vv7Mi_Qnjzs&feature=youtu.be

ALS Awareness
Mike Gambino

Presentation of the 2016 Award Winners:
Division I Team of the Year: Bryant University
Division I Coach of the Year: Steve Owens, Bryant 
Division II Team of the Year: Franklin Pierce University 
Division II Coach of the Year: Scott Loiseau, Southern New Hampshire University 
Division III Team of the Year: Tufts University 
Division III Coach of the Year: Eric Podbelski, Wheaton College 
Jack Butterfield Award: Bob Smith, Middlebury College 
Kevin Burr Assistant Coach Award: Pete Pasquarosa, Wheaton College
Andy Baylock Distinguished Service Award: Judy Walden Scarafile, Cape Cod Baseball League

Recognition of the NEIBA Sponsors:
Joe Murphy, On Deck Sports
Chris Rodday, Franklin Sports
Tameka Geaslen, Under Armour

Band Together Initiative Update (1/17/17)

A note from Mike Gambino, Boston College:
"First of all, I want to thank all of you for helping and supporting Pete Frates and his mission to strike out ALS last year with the "Band Together" initiative. Last year was a great first year and it was very much driven by our New England baseball schools. I also want to ask everyone for their help again this year.

We've cleaned up the distribution and made it way easier to get the wristbands this year. they will be for sale at Mohegan Sun on Friday and here is the link as well:


We are hoping to have it start in New England again this year the last two weekends in April and spread throughout the country like it did last year. Read more here:

College Baseball Insider: Frates Fundraiser: Band Together to Strike Out ALS
D1Baseball.com: Fenway to Host BC-NCSU For ALS Game

Annual NEIBA Meeting - Jan. 20, 2017 - Mohegan Sun

The annual NEIBA meeting will take place Friday, Jan. 20, 2017 at 12:00 noon in the Pequot Room at Mohegan Sun. You do not need attend the Coaches Clinic to participate in our meeting.

You will notice that in an attempt to stream line our meeting, members received a link, via email, to the NCAA rules video. The umpires will not be addressing the group on Friday.

Due to the All Star Game postponement last spring, we will be presenting our 2016 Award winners.
Under Amour, our new sponsor, will be providing a gift and there will be new line cards for coaches who attend.
P.S. All Executive Board Members and ALL past Presidents are asked to meet at 11:00 AM for our required 2017 Executive Board Meeting.

Info on World Baseball Coaches Convention - Mohegan Sun

Every year, this coaches convention is an amazing forum for innovative learning about baseball coaching. The format of having three separate speakers at all times allows for coaches to easily be engaged every single hour. Congratulations to the following NEIBA coaches who will be speaking at this year's convention:

Bryan Adamski - Trinity
Travis Beausoleil - Mitchell
Raphael Cerrato - URIJayson King - West Point
Mike Leonard - Middlebury
Greg Sullivan - BC
Alex Trezza - BC

Convention Syllabus - with Speaker Outlines

Mohegan Sun Coaches Convention Website

NEIBA Update (12/28/16)

The Executive Board met on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016 and here is some pertinent information.

1. Our annual Social at the ABCA Convention will be held Friday Evening at 9:30 on January 6, 2017. Exact room information will be forwarded just before the new year.

2. Our general meeting will once again be held once again in conjunction with the World Coaches Clinic at Mohegan Sun on Friday January 20th, 2017 @ 12 noon. Discounted admission to the clinic is available for assistants. Remember you do not have to attend the clinic to participate in our meeting.

3. Please remember to send your dues if you have not done so already!

4. We are pleased to announce that FRANKLIN, the number one manufacturer of batting gloves has joined us as a principle sponsor and will be offering our membership discounted pricing and direct service. We thank Chris Rodday and the folks at Franklin for their generous support of our association.

5. We are also pleased to announce that UNDER ARMOUR will now be a principle sponsor as well.


Thanks to our Sponsors
The NEIBA is pleased to announce that Franklin Sports and Under Armour have signed on to become major sponsors of the NEIBA, joining OnDeck Sports as the Association's main sponsors. The NEIBA urges it's membership to patronize our sponsors. Their support allows the NEIBA to promote college baseball throughout New England.

Archived Stories

    Final Poll (5/23/17)

Divison I
1. UConn (31-23)
2. Rhode Island (30-20)
3. Yale (30-16)
Central Conn. St. (33-20)
5. Fairfield (30-22)

Division II
1. Southern NH (43-10)
2. New Haven (31-13)
3. Franklin Pierce (33-15)
4. Southern Conn. St. (27-16-1)
5. Merrimack (23-21)

Division III
1. UMass Boston (37-10)
2. Wheaton (27-15)
2. Southern Maine (34-13)
4. Babson (29-15)
5. Salve Regina (36-12)
6. Suffolk (28-17)
7. Tufts (30-10-1)
8. Castleton (34-10)

All NEIBA Poll Info