After winning its last five conference matches, including the final two in a 24-hour span, Castleton University has earned the second seed in the 2017 North Atlantic Conference Men’s Lacrosse Championship Tournament.
The Castleton softball team rode the power of 31 hits and 29 runs to a doubleheader sweep on Tuesday afternoon, taking both ends of a twin bill from Lyndon in a North Atlantic Conference showdown at Spartan Field.
After going through the conference schedule undefeated for the sixth consecutive year, the Castleton University women’s lacrosse team has earned the top seed in the 2017 North Atlantic Conference Women’s Lacrosse Championship Tournament.
The Castleton baseball team took the first two games of a North Atlantic Conference four-game series with Lyndon on Tuesday afternoon at Skip Pound Field. The Spartans won the opening game, 2-0, before earning a 7-2 victory in the nightcap.
Once again, Castleton University scored early and often, taking control of Tuesday’s men’s lacrosse match right from the start and defeating Lyndon State College, 17-3, in a North Atlantic Conference contest.
Castleton baseball’s Michael Labeau has collected another award for his dominant performance on the mound last week, as he was named Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) New England Region Pitcher of the Week, announced Tuesday by the conference office.
The Castleton baseball team continues its haul through the North Atlantic Conference on Tuesday, traveling to Lyndon for a doubleheader starting at 2 p.m. The Spartans will celebrate Senior Day against the Hornets at the same time on Thursday, completing the four-game set with a twinbill at Spartan Field.
With another important conference game on the horizon Tuesday, a different lineup took the field for Castleton University, and that group of players struck early and often in a 21-2 victory over Green Mountain College Monday night in a North Atlantic Conference men’s lacrosse game at Spartan Stadium.
In yet another team effort, six different Castleton University players scored more than one goal as the Spartans completed their sixth straight perfect conference season with a 21-3 victory over Green Mountain College Monday afternoon in a North Atlantic Conference women’s lacrosse game at Spartan Stadium.
After totaling six goals in road victories over Johnson State and Colby-Sawyer last week, freshman attacker/midfielder Erin Shuttle has been named the North Atlantic Conference Rookie of the Week, announced Monday by the league office.
After helping the Castleton baseball team to a perfect 8-0 record in North Atlantic Conference action last week, Michael LaBeau and Davis Mikell have been named NAC Pitcher and Rookie of the Week, respectively, as announced Monday afternoon by the league office.
After setting a new program record in the 800-meter run to qualify for the New England Division III Championships, Grandon Smith of the Castleton men’s track and field team has been named North Atlantic Conference Track Athlete of the Week, as announced Monday afternoon by the league office.
After qualifying for the New England Division III Championships with her best career discus throw at the Springfield College Classic last Saturday, freshman Carley Patch of the Castleton women’s track and field team has been named North Atlantic Conference Rookie of the Week, as announced Monday afternoon by the league office.
After helping her team to four wins last week—including a pair of wins in conference play—Castleton softball junior Timi Carone has been named the North Atlantic Conference Player of the Week, as announced on Monday evening.
The nation’s top-ranked pitching staff allowed just three hits over 14.0 scoreless innings, as the Castleton baseball team earned a pair of shutout victories over Thomas, 7-0 and 8-0, in a North Atlantic Conference doubleheader Sunday afternoon at Spartan Field. With the wins, the Spartans secured a season sweep of the Terriers to improve to 14-2 in NAC play and 23-6 overall. Thomas, meanwhile, fell to 3-15 in conference action and 3-29 overall.
Freshman Carley Patch punched her ticket to the New England Division III Championships in the discus as the Castleton women’s track and field team competed in the Springfield College Classic on Saturday.
The Castleton men’s tennis team was swept for the first time all season on Saturday, falling to Colby-Sawyer by a final tally of 9-0 in a North Atlantic Conference East Division matchup at the Castleton Tennis Courts.
The Castleton baseball took the first two games of a North Atlantic Conference four-game set against Thomas, defeating the Terriers 7-2 in the opener before securing the doubleheader sweep with a 5-0, shutout victory in the nightcap on Saturday afternoon at Spartan Field.
Playing through foggy conditions, Castleton University controlled the action from the start as the Spartans extended their winning streak to six games with a 19-4 victory over Colby-Sawyer College Saturday afternoon in a North Atlantic Conference women’s lacrosse game at Veitch Turf Field.
The Castleton baseball team will stay at home this weekend to host a North Atlantic Conference four-game series against Thomas at Spartan Field. The two teams will square off in a doubleheader starting at 1 p.m. on Saturday, before finishing the series with a twin bill at 12 p.m. on Sunday.
The Castleton University men’s soccer and softball teams joined together over the past two months for a special project aimed at helping area cancer patients, including two members of the Castleton family.
After a sluggish first quarter, Castleton University controlled the rest of the game, scoring 10 unanswered goals in the final 45 minutes to defeat Johnson State, 11-2, Thursday afternoon in a North Atlantic Conference men’s lacrosse contest at Minaert Field.
Every active field player for Castleton University scored at least one goal as the Spartans cruised to a 24-2 victory over Johnson State Thursday afternoon in a North Atlantic Conference women’s lacrosse game at Minaert Field.
An eight-run outburst in the first inning was more than enough to lift the Castleton softball team to victory on Thursday afternoon, as the Spartans downed Southern Vermont College by a final score of 12-0 at Spartan Field in five innings.