North Kingstown alumna Brandee Thomas had to wait a little longer to make her season debut for the Framingham State women’s volleyball team, but, based on her early performances, she is more than making up for lost time.
Three players with connections to South County are suiting up for the Rhode Island College women’s soccer team this fall, with each member of the triumvirate making key contributions for the Anchorwomen thus far.
Prout graduate Mason Feole will be competing in the NCAA baseball tournament for the second straight season, as Connecticut received an at-large bid when the bracket was unveiled on Monday.
Salve Regina claimed the Commonwealth Coast Conference baseball title for the third time in the last four years on Saturday, with North Kingstown alum Pat Maybach picking up a key victory in the best-of-three championship series against Roger Williams.
Narragansett graduate Austin Butler recently finished his collegiate baseball career on a strong note, stringing together an 11-game hit streak for the Colby-Sawyer baseball team.
A pair of players with South County connections have seen significant playing time on the court for the Johnson & Wales men’s volleyball team.
Eight games into his senior campaign on the Johnson & Wales basketball team, North Kingstown High School graduate Matt Madoian has cemented himself as one of the key cogs for the Wildcat five.