ATTLEBORO, Mass. - The New England Collegiate Conference released their Fall 2008 NECC Academic All-Conference award winners and Lesley is proud to announce that nine fall athletes were on the list. Juniors and seniors who held a grade point average of 3.40 or higher on a 4.0 scale were recognized.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. The Lesley University mens and womens cross country teams traveled to Williams College for their final race of the 2008 season, the NCAA Regional Qualifier. Both teams competed with the best Division III running programs in New England and left the race having set new records.
BRISTOL, R.I. The mens and womens cross country teams competed at the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championships this past week in Bristol, Rhode Island at Colt State Park and the top runners from each team finished in the top 20 overall.
JAMAICA PLAIN, Mass. After a dominating performance at Franklin Park on Sunday afternoon, the Lesley University womens cross country team took the first ever New England Collegiate Conference Title and captured the first conference championship in the three year history of the program.
BOSTON, Mass. The Lesley University mens and womens cross country teams raced at Franklin Park for the Saints Invitational this past week in preparation for the NECC Championships. Both teams had impressive finishes as they worked to get ready for a competitive race with the rest of their conference opponents.
BRISTOL, R.I. Saturday marked another historical day in the history of Lesley University cross country as it was the first time that a female runner finished first overall in a major event. Charlotte Goff (Osterville, Mass.) achieved this feat at the Roger Williams Invitational as she bested a field of 124 runners with a time of 19:56.28.
WENTHAM, Mass. History was made at the Pop Crowell Invitational, as the Lesley University mens cross country team earned a team score for the first time ever in the four years of the programs existence.
ATTLEBORO, Mass. Charlotte Goff (Osterville, Mass.) has established herself as the top runner in the New England Collegiate Conference after another gutsy performance this past weekend at the Blazer Invitational. For her efforts, the NECC honored Goff as Runner of the Week for the third time this season.
CHICOPEE, Mass. The Lesley University cross country teams trudged through the rough terrain of the Blazer Invitational, but both squads survived the rough conditions to give high quality performances.
ATTLEBORO, Mass. A week after recording her personal best in a 5K event at the Smith Invitational and earning Player of the Week, lightning struck twice for Charlotte Goff (Osterville, Mass.) after a dominating performance at the UMass-Dartmouth Invitational. Goff shattered her week-long personal record and in the process won the respect of the NECC once again with Player of the Week honors.
NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. At the UMass-Dartmouth Invitational, several members of the Lesley University mens and womens cross country teams recorded personal bests in a race that featured many powerhouse running programs from the northeast.
ATTLEBORO, Mass. Going into last weekends Smith Invitational, the Lesley University cross country runners may not have had their sights set on setting personal records for time given the harsh conditions and challenging course. Charlotte Goff (Osterville, Mass.), however, had other things in mind...
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. The competition was fierce and the course was extremely challenging at the Smith Invitation on Saturday, but both the mens and womens cross country teams were impressive. Sophomore Charlotte Goff (Osterville, Mass.) ran a personal best and Fran Cusick (Lexington, Mass.) was near the top of a powerful group of runners.
ATTLEBORO, Mass. - Daniel Webster College has been tabbed as the preseason favorite to capture the New England Collegiate Conference men's cross country championship, it was announced today by Commissioner Del Malloy. Voting for the preseason poll was conducted among the NECC's head men's cross country coaches.
ATTLEBORO, Mass. - Lesley University has been tabbed as the preseason favorite to capture the New England Collegiate Conference women's cross country championship, it was announced today by Commissioner Del Malloy. Voting for the preseason poll was conducted among the NECC's head women's cross country coaches.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - There is much excitement in the air as preseason begins for the Lesley University Cross-Country Team. In only its third season of existence, the Lynx might be competing for its first conference championship. Last year was about creating a foundation based on a family model. This year we build on this foundation and set our sights on winning.