Nichols Men’s Basketball Heads to Sweet 16

By PETE DIVITO DUDLEY, Mass.—The Nichols College men’s basketball team has advanced to the NCAA Division III “Sweet 16” and is en route to Amherst, Mass. Thursday afternoon after a send-off celebration from their fellow Nichols community members. The team will face No. 7 Amherst College Friday, March 8, at 7:30 p.m. at LeFrak Gymnasium. The […]

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 Nichols Men’s Basketball Coach Scott Faucher’s Dance Moves Catch Media Attention

(Worcester) Telegram & Gazette‘s sports columnist Jennifer Toland interviews Nichols College’s very own “Dancing King,” Men’s Basketball Head Coach Scott Faucher, whose post-victory moves last Saturday in New Jersey were featured on “ABC World News Tonight with David Muir.” Read the March 5, 2019 Telegram & Gazette article: “Jennifer Toland’s College Notes: Scott Faucher, Men’s Basketball […]

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 Bison Dance into Sweet 16 with Win

  NEXT GAME: At Amherst College (NCAA Sweet 16) Friday, March 8, 2019, at 7:30 p.m.   By PETE DIVITO Sophomore Matt Morrow recorded his 17th double-double of the season with 18 points and 17 rebounds to propel No. 14 Nichols College to the “Sweet 16” for the first time in program history with an […]

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 Nichols Men’s Basketball to Face Middlebury in NCAA Tourney

By PETE DIVITO DUDLEY, Mass.—The Nichols College men’s basketball team has qualified for the NCAA Division III Tournament for the third-consecutive season and will head to Glassboro, N.J. to face Middlebury College this Friday, March 1, 2019, at Esbjornson Gymnasium on the campus of Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J. The Bison (25-2)—who began the week […]

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 Nichols Sport Management Program Named One of Top 30 in Nation

By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE DUDLEY, Mass.—Boston Red Sox. Boston Celtics. New York Mets. NBC Sports. Worcester Railers. Oakland Raiders. They’re among the sports organizations that have hired Nichols College interns majoring in sport management. This popular Nichols degree has been named one of the top 30 best traditional, on-campus bachelor programs in the United States, […]

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 CCC Championship Preview: Men’s Basketball vs. Gordon

By PETE DIVITO DUDLEY, Mass.—The top-seeded Nichols College men’s basketball team has advanced to the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Championship for the third-consecutive season and will entertain No. 2 Gordon College Saturday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. at the Hart Center on the campus of the College of the Holy Cross. The Bison (24-2) – who […]

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 Career Night from Marcos Echevarria Lifts Nichols Men’s Basketball Over Roger Williams

THREE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW: The Feb. 5 contest marked the 53rd all-time meeting between Nichols College and Roger Williams University. The Bison have won the last 13 meetings and lead the series, 32-21. Echevarria previously knocked down nine 3-pointers at Newbury on December 8, 2016. He shared the record with Billy Collins, who […]

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 STUDENT PROFILE: For Ian Spencer, Charity Starts at Center Ice

By RONALD SCHACHTER Nichols College senior Ian Spencer co-captains the men’s ice hockey team and has played a big role in the team’s winning seasons over the past four years. He points to last year’s Commonwealth Coast Conference championship and the team’s performance in the NCAA Division III tournament as the high points in his playing […]

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 Student Profile: Aiming for a Different Kind of Sports Career

By RONALD SCHACHTER Sarah Williams has involved herself in athletics for most of her college career. But the Nichols College senior from Enfield, Conn., hasn’t filled the role of leading scorer or stalwart defender. Rather, she has focused on the operations and finances that keep college teams on the field, court, and ice. A major […]

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 Nichols Student Taylor Ward’s Crown Shines Bright on Stage and on Campus

By HOPE RUDZINSKI  DUDLEY, Mass.—Working hard for what you want is nothing new to Taylor Ward, a junior at Nichols College. After all, she expertly juggles school with competing in pageants. The need to balance both helped her to quickly figure out how to efficiently manage her time, and it taught her that to succeed, one […]

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