2017-2018 Residential Undergraduate Catalog 
    Jan 27, 2023  
2017-2018 Residential Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


Phone: 603.428.2292

Athletic Coaches

Alpine Skiing: 603.428.2484

Baseball: 603.428.TBD
Men’s Basketball: 603.428.2396
Women’s Basketball: 603.428.2435
Cross Country/Track: 603.428.2484
Field Hockey: 603.428.2401
Men’s Ice Hockey: 603.428.2294
Women’s Ice Hockey: 603.428.2406
Men’s Lacrosse: 603.428.2313
Women’s Lacrosse: 603.428.2317


Men’s Rugby: 603.428.2558*
Men’s Soccer: 603.428.2447
Women’s Soccer: 603.428.2263
Softball: 603.428.2213

Women’s Volleyball: 603.428.2387*

Athletics Mission Statement

Together, we thrive on pride, integrity, and respect.

Intercollegiate Athletics

New England College is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA, Division III), the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) and the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC)

New England College sponsors varsity competition in men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, men’s and women’s cross country,women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s ice hockey,men’s and women’s alpine skiing, men’s and women’s lacrosse, softball, and baseball. Our teams are highly successful, with a long tradition of making the playoffs and representing NEC with pride.

New England College’s major intercollegiate contests are played against such traditional opponents as Salem State University, Norwich, St. Anselm, Keene State,and Plymouth State University. NAC competitors in soccer, basketball,volleyball, baseball, softball, cross country, and lacrosse include: Colby-Sawyer, Lyndon State College, Johnson State College, Green Mountain College, Castleton University, Husson University, Maine Maritime Academy, Thomas College, and the University of Maine‐Farmington. Alpine ski competes in the MacConnell Division of the Eastern Collegiate Ski Conference.


New England College provides a turf field, gymnasium, 26 acres of athletic fields, tennis courts, and an AstroTurf® floored field house. Alpine skiers may ski at Pats Peak Ski Area (less than two miles away) at no cost and there are 30 kilometers of cross‐country and biking trails located on the Henniker campus. Ice hockey is played at the College’s Lee Clement Arena. A fitness center is located on campus in the lower level of Bridges Gymnasium. The Lee Clement Arena and Bridges Gymnasium house the offices of the Director of Athletics, coaches, and athletic trainers.

Recreational Sports

Recreational sports are an integral part of New England College. All members of the College community are invited to participate. Flag football, basketball, volleyball, and softball have been offered as team competitions. Individual sports such as tennis are also offered.