Due to the pandemic, North Kingstown graduate Meghan Dickinson had to wait an extra year to dive into a collegiate pool, but the former Skipper has made up for lost time in her first competitive season as a member of the Wheaton swimming team.
Clay Brochu’s wait for his first start at the collegiate level came to an end last Saturday, and the North Kingstown graduate did not disappoint, as his Herculean efforts ensured a victory in Salve Regina’s final game prior to the holiday break.
The Middlebury field hockey team capped off a perfect season this past weekend to claim its fourth-consecutive Division III national championship, with North Kingstown product Katie George taking center stage for the invincible Panthers.
As her freshman campaign on the Rivier volleyball team heads down the homestretch, North Kingstown graduate Cadia Greene is continuing to establish herself as a key part of a Raider squad that has already tasted success, but is hungry for more.
South Kingstown alum Aodhan Meyer had a pair of reasons to celebrate on Sunday as he paced the Merchant Marine Academy cross-country team to its third-straight Skyline Conference championship.
A pair of North Kingstown graduates are suiting up this fall for the Salve Regina women’s volleyball team, with former Skippers Jaime Harrington and Meaghan Corkery contributing on the court for the Seahawks.
North Kingstown alumna Alexandra Amore has earned her share of playing time – and then some – for the Rhode Island College women’s soccer team, starting every match to date and leading the Anchorwomen in minutes played.
After showing previous glimpses of what he can do, Narragansett product Thomaz Whitford had a breakthrough performance last Saturday, but New Mexico State was unable to avoid defeat to Hawaii, falling to the Rainbow Warriors by a 41-21 score.
The Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start to summer, but for North Kingstown graduate Patrick Maybach and South Kingstown alum Liam McGill, it signaled the end of their sparkling collegiate baseball careers.
The tournament fates of a trio of baseball players with South County connections were revealed on Monday as the NCAA released the 48-team bracket for the Division III baseball tournament.
The collegiate baseball career of North Kingstown alum Patrick Maybach will continue on to at least the end of the month, as Salve Regina was declared the 2021 champions of the Commonwealth Coast Conference over the weekend.
The 2021 lacrosse season for Prout grad Jack Dobrzynski and South Kingstown alum Bobby Sprague has been extended by at least one more game, as UMass-Boston made history last Saturday as it claimed a first-ever Little East championship.