David Scribner now has two reasons to never forget the date.
In addition to being his wife Gail’s birthday, July 29 became the day that David and Gail’s younger son, Troy, made his Major League Baseball debut.
Giving the Scribners even more to celebrate, the former Sacred Heart star threw 3.0 innings of relief and was the pitcher of record when the Angels plated three runs in the ninth inning to earn a 6-5 victory.
Ronald Machtley and Bill Smith will drink from the coveted chalice again this week.
The Northeast Conference will award the Brenda Weare Commissioner’s Cup at its annual spring meetings banquet Thursday evening, and for the second consecutive year, Bryant will be the recipient.
Central Connecticut stunned the nation’s No. 7-ranked team to solidify a winning Week 1 for NEC football.
The #NECFB coaches slapped the bulls-eye on Big Red’s back.
It’s a football-themed #ThrowbackThursday.
Jon Corto in uniform with the Buffalo Bills on Gameday. (photo courtesy of Buffalo Bills)
Jon Corto during his Sacred Heart playing days (photo by J. Gregory Raymond)
To celebrate the great news coming out of Sacred Heart today (senior DT Troy Moore was named to the Buck Buchanan Watch List), we will throw it back to one of the greatest defensive players to ever don the Red & White.
Jon Corto earned All-NEC First Team accolades at linebacker in 2006 before going on to spend five seasons in the NFL with his hometown team. A native of Western New York, Corto appeared in 37 games with the Buffalo Bills.
The Walter Payton and Buck Buchanan awards are the top two individual honors in the Division I Football Championship Subdivision.
Neither has yet to make its way into the hands of a NEC student-athlete, but Keshaudas Spence, Troy Moore or Rob Hollomon can change that.
Lacrosse will be a major topic of discussion amongst Bulldog fans this weekend. Mike Pressler’s men’s team is out to defend its 2013 conference crown down in Philadelphia, while Jill DePetris-Batcheller and her team host the NEC Women’s Lacrosse Tournament in Smithfield. With its wire-to-wire win over No. 3 Sacred Heart on Thursday night, Bryant advanced to the NEC Men’s Lacrosse Championship Game and is one win away from securing the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The men will face off against No. 4 Hobart on Saturday at 1:00 pm in a contest that will air live on NEC Front Row. Meanwhile, the women open tournament play on Friday evening with a semifinal match against No. 4 Central Connecticut. Should they prevail, they will play for all of the marbles on Sunday at 1:00 pm. Read more.