Junior Hayley Brodeur and freshman Rahman Oteng (above) qualified for post-season competition Saturday when the Warriors returned to action after a layoff of over five weeks at the Smith College Pioneer Invitational. Brodeur qualified for the New England Division III Championships with a time of 1:01.86 in the 400 meters -- equalling the 21st-best time in the region this year. Oteng became the program's first person to break seven seconds in the 60 meters, clocking a winning time of 6.96, which qualified him for both the New England Open and New England Division III Championships. The time is the second-fastest in New England Division III this season.
Head Women's Soccer Coach Chris D'Ambrosio (10:02)Head Women's Soccer Coach Chris D'Ambrosio wraps up a 2017 season which has the Warriors extend their unbeaten streak in Little East Conference regular-season matches to 25 en route to a third straight LEC regular-season title. (10:02)
Pre-Season Conversation: Brianna Passero (11:26)Fourth-year player and 2016 tri-captain Brianna Passero looks ahead to the field hockey season and what it will take to maintain the standard set a year ago when the team reached the LEC title game.
Victoria Pfohl (3:26)Senior co-captain Victoria Pfohl talks about the Eastern women's basketball team's first-round Little East Conference victory over Plymouth State University Feb. 23 at Francis E. Geissler Gymnasium. The top-seeded Warriors recovered after a slow start by shooting 60 percent in outscoring the Panthers 41-28 in the second half.
Erin Miller-Post-Game-May 2Erin Miller, MVP of the Little East softball tournament, chats with E-TV Director of Broadcasting Nick Aconfora after the Warriors' tournament championship.
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Erynn Miller-Division III WeekSenior Erynn Miller, a Co-President on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) discusses the makeup of SAAC and outlines the schedule this week for NCAA Division III Week.
Bob Miller EndowmentOn January 18, an endowment in the name of former women's basketball coach Bob Miller was announced at a reception and dinner on the campus. The endowment was initiated