College of St. Joseph's Vermont Wins Baseball National ChampionshipRUTLAND, Vt. - College of St Joseph’s Vermont claims their first ever Baseball National Championship with a 14-3 victory University of Cincinnati Clermont. After going down 3-1 in the third inning, St. Joe’s would score four in the bottom of the third and never look back, scoring nine additional runs and holding UC Clermont scoreless throughout the remainder of the game.
All-Conference Teams AnnouncedAUBURN, Maine - The Yankee Small College Conference held its annual banquet on Friday morning awarding the men's and women's coaches of the year, players of the year as well as the first and second all-conference team.
Seedings Announced for Elite Eight BasketballAUBURN, Maine - The seedings for the 2016 Yankee Small College Conference Elite Eight Basketball Championships have been announced. The women's tournament begins at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday afternoon with all eight teams playing throughout the evening at Central Maine Community College.
Paul Smith's College Striders Compete in World ChampionshipsVEZZA D'OGLIO, Italy - Eight snowshoe runners, representing Paul Smith’s College in the 2016 Snowshoe World Championships held in Vezza d’Oglio, Italy did an outstanding job in the competitive events as well as representing their respective nations.
179 athletes named to Academic All-Conference teamA total of 179 student-athletes have been named to the 2015 YSCC Fall All-Academic Team by the conference office today. To be honored, an individual must have achieved a grade point average of at least 3.2 for the fall semester and completed. Athletes recognized in the list below must have completed their season of competition in the fall semester.
Three YSCC Players receive national honorsThreeYankee Small College Conference athletes were recognized by the United States Collegiate Athletic Conference this week for performances in their respective sports.
NHTI Celebrates 50 years by honoring past ChampionsNHTI celebrated their 50th anniversary on September with a full slate of sporting events. Before the current student athletes took to the fields and courts the Lynx honored a pair of National Champions. Past and present coaches, players and alumni involved with the sports department came together to remember the past winners and enjoy an afternoon of NHTI athletics.
CMCC to offer ice hockey in 2016President Scott E. Knapp of Central Maine Community College has announced that the College will start a men’s hockey program beginning in the fall of 2016.