Collegiate athletes from South County and beyond saw their seasons cut short last week when the NCAA announced the cessation of all athletic activity, following the leads established by North America’s major professional leagues.
The Johnson & Wales men’s volleyball team has hit its stride in recent times, winning six of its last seven matches, with South Kingstown product Jack Pincince and North Kingstown alum Josh Pitzer taking center stage for the Wildcats.
South Kingstown alumna Celia Tomlinson’s senior season at Rensselaer recently took a turn for the dramatic, as her last-ditch effort sealed a victory for the Engineers over Ithaca.
Narragansett native Eric D’Aguanno made by far his biggest contribution in a Brandeis jersey this past Sunday as he nailed the game-winning shot in the nick of time to give the Judges a 75-73 upset victory over Emory
A quartet of female swimmers with ties to South County are competing in the Division I ranks this winter, and each have managed to find success in the pool for their respective schools.
North Kingstown native Katie George’s freshman campaign at Middlebury College culminated in the best way possible on Nov. 24, as the Panthers claimed their third straight Division III field hockey national championship with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Franklin & Marshall.
Despite falling one match short of winning her first conference championship, North Kingstown graduate Brandee Thomas recently found reason to celebrate as she was named the Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference’s Player of the Year.
With his time on the Colby-Sawyer soccer team heading towards its end, North Kingstown graduate Jarod Parkins has found himself in an unaccustomed role as of late: starter.
The 2019 edition of the Ithaca College football team has stormed out of the blocks to a 6-0 record, with South Kingstown product Austin Hedglen emerging as the Bombers’ starting tight end.
Former South County stars Jack Clancey and Papa Badiane are suiting up for the men’s soccer team at Rhode Island College this fall, with each player making significant contributions to a key recent victory for the Anchormen.
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.