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Why Endicott?

Visit campus, take an admission tour, speak with a faculty member in your academic area of interest, and learn about the athletic culture that exists from your prospective head coach. You'll be amazed at how Endicott's leadership has transformed this 235-acre, oceanside property into one of New England's greatest educational success stories. Navigate the links below to learn about how the College and Department of Athletics and Recreation work hand-in-hand to create an optimal intercollegiate athletic experience for our student-athletes. 

Academic Offerings
Internship, Clinical Education, Student Teaching
Outcomes
Study Abroad
Location & Facilities
Endicott's Athletic Excellence
Leadership Through Sport
Campus Support & Spirit
Endicott College Facts & Figures

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Affiliations

Endicott is a proud NCAA Division III member institution and competes in regular season and postseason play for four major conference affiliations: Commonwealth Coast Conference, New England Football Conference, Colonial Hockey Conference (women's ice hockey), and New England Collegiate Conference (men's volleyball). In addition, our Gulls' student-athletes, coaches, and administrators abide by the rules and regulations of its governing body, the National Collegiate Athletic Association, as well as numerous coaches associations. Navigate the links below to learn more about the leagues and governing bodies associated with Endicott Athletics. 

Conference Affiliations

Commonwealth Coast Conference - baseball, men's and women's basketball, men's and women's cross country, field hockey, men's golf, men's ice hockey, men's and women's lacrosse, men's and women's soccer, softball, men's and women's tennis, women's volleyball
International Horse Show Associationequestrian 
New England Football Conference - football
Colonial Hockey Conference - women's ice hockey
New England Collegiate Conference - men's volleyball

Coaches Associations

American Baseball Coaches Association - baseball
National Basketball Coaches Association - men's basketball
Women's Basketball Coaches Association - women's basketball
U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association - men's and women's cross country, women's track
National Field Hockey Coaches Association - field hockey
American Football Coaches Association - football
United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association - men's lacrosse
Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association - women's lacrosse
National Soccer Coaches Association of America - men's and women's soccer
National Fastpitch Coaches Association - softball
Intercollegiate Tennis Association - men's and women's tennis
American Volleyball Coaches Association - men's and women's volleyball

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Support the Gulls

The commitment that our student-athletes, coaches, and administrators show to the Endicott community is truly inspiring! We must remember that our student-athletes need support in every aspect of their collegiate athletic experience. As a department, we work hard to prepare our student-athletes for success, but we cannot do it alone. The Gull Club exists for members of the Endicott community - parents, family members, friends, alumni/ae, faculty, staff, and others - to invest in our championship mentality. Donations in support of The Gull Club are used to enhance our 21 varsity and six club teams by providing the best in equipment, facilities, training, academic support, travel, and recruiting services. One-hundred percent of the money that is raised benefits our current student-athletes as they strive for victory on and off the field. 

The Gull Club offers memberships at different giving levels. There are seven options, all with member benefits that will enhance your experience of being a loyal Gull supporter. Gifts can be designated to a specific team or to the general Gull Club fund to help areas most in need. All gifts are tax-deductible, as according to the law. The dollars that we raise will have a lifelong and positive impact on our student-athletes and help strengthen their experience as Endicott Gulls!

The Department of Athletics and Recreation appreciates and values your support as you consider partnering with The Gull Club. 

Join The Gull Club

Visit The Gull Club website to make an online gift in support of Endicott Athletics or contact Director of Annual Giving, Sarah Earnest, at searnest@endicott.edu or 978-232-2042. 

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Compliance & Transportation

The compliance officer within the Department of Athletics and Recreation oversees eligibility for current, incoming, and transfer student-athletes. Important information for student-athletes supplied through the compliance office also includes NCAA Division III rules and regulations and Endicott-specific guidelines in the student-athlete handbook. Student-athletes, coaches, and administrators are expected to be knowledgeable of these details and be exemplary representatives of both the College and the NCAA.

Important Compliance Links

NCAA Division III Summary of Regulations
Student-Athlete Handbook
NCAA Banned Drugs
Drug Policy
Self-Release Form
Incoming Student-Athlete Transfer Form
EADA Reporting
NCAA Regulations Videos

Eligibility Forms

NOTE: Club student-athletes (cheerleading, crew, dance, roller hockey & rugby), please fill out the top link which covers our department policies. Varsity athletes must fill out both links which will cover both department and NCAA regulations and policies. 

Endicott (All varsity and club student-athletes)
NCAA (NCAA-sponsored sports only)

Transportation Release from Road Games

In order for ALL student-athletes to be released to a parent or guardian at a road game or event and avoid traveling back with the team to Endicott, an online transportation form must be completed and approved by the Director of Athletics within 24 hours of the scheduled event. For more detailed information on this process and to find transportation release forms for each sport, use the link below. 

Transportation Release Form

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Athletic Communications

The Endicott Office of Athletic Communications handles all media requests and public relations initiatives for the Gulls' varsity and club sport programs. Content for the Endicott Athletics and Recreation website, www.ECGulls.com, as well as all social media channels across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube are created by the sports information office. Gameday programs, pre- and post-game releases, in-game statistics, feature stories, and the majority of all video content, including webcasts, are designed and managed by the staff. Information is distributed to regional and national media outlets. Team and individual statistics are recorded, compiled, and reported to Endicott's conference affiliations and the NCAA. 

All interview requests for student-athletes, coaches, and administrators as well as requests for usage of the Endicott Athletics logo should be sent through Sports Information Director Shawn Medeiros by contacting smedeiro@endicott.edu or 978-998-8043. 

Endicott Athletics E-Mail and Text Alerts
Get the same game stories, press releases, and advisories that are sent to the media e-mailed directly to your inbox or via a mobile text alert. Receive all sports or only the ones you want.

Sports Information Downloads
Contact the athletic communications professional responsible for that sport directly for Word and StatCrew rosters.

ECGulls on Social Media
Follow Endicott Athletics on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

Webcasts
Click to visit ECGulls.tv, the home for live streams, play-by-play, and color commentary of Endicott's home athletic events.

Photography
Contact Endicott College photographer and videographer David Le at dle@endicott.edu for photo requests. 

Athletic Communications Staff

Name Title Phone E-Mail
Rob Palardy Assistant Athletic Director / Strategic Communications
978-232-2305 rpalardy@endicott.edu
Shawn Medeiros Sports Information Director
Baseball, Men's and Women's Cross Country, Equestrian, Football, Men's Basketball, Men's Ice Hockey, Men's Lacrosse, Men's and Women's Tennis, Women's Track, Men's Volleyball, Club Sports
978-998-8043 smedeiro@endicott.edu
George Chapell '08 Assistant Sports Information Director
Men's Golf, Women's Soccer, Women's Volleyball
978-998-7764 gchapell@endicott.edu
Nicolle Holcomb Graduate Assistant for Sports Information
Field Hockey, Men's Soccer, Women's Basketball, Women's Ice Hockey, Women's Lacrosse, Softball
978-998-7794 nholcomb@endicott.edu
David Le '10 Staff Photographer
978-232-2217 dle@endicott.edu
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Visitor Guide

Endicott College boasts a beautiful, oceanside campus that spans 235 acres and 56 buildings, nine of which are athletics facilities that serve as home to our Gulls' sports teams. Endicott strives to provide its visitors a safe, family-friendly environment at these facilities while expecting fans to respect the student-athletes, coaches, officials, and other spectators in attendance. Take a moment to review some important details surrounding your visit to Beverly and to Endicott. 

Directions, Campus Map, and Parking

College Directions
Campus Map with Parking Lot Designations 

Endicott College
376 Hale Street (main campus), 300 Hale Street (ice hockey arena), or 285 Hale Street (tennis courts)
Beverly, MA 01915

Accommodations

Parents and guests of Endicott student-athletes have access to an exclusive deal with the Courtyard by Marriott in Danvers. 

Endicott College visitor discount at the Courtyard by Marriott Danvers
Directions from Endicott College to Courtyard by Marriott Danvers

Tailgating and Fan Guidelines

Endicott provides an opportunity for parents, alumni, and supporters to tailgating before and/or after athletic events if you choose. It is important to review our tailgating policy before coming to an event on campus. Please see the document below for details. 

Tailgating policy for all sports (no tailgating on Homecoming or Open House)

Please note, dogs are not allowed in the stands at any event. 

Additionally, Endicott abides by and enforces the NCAA's policies regarding sportsmanship at sporting events.

Endicott College expects good sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches, officials, and spectators.

We do not condone racist, sexist, homophobic, or other discriminating comments, profanities, or intimidating actions on the basis of one's appearance, identities or perceived identities directed at officials, spectators, student-athletes, coaches or team representatives.

After all, Endicott College has many traditions, but bad sportsmanship isn't one of them. Be Loud, Be Proud, Be Positive.

Handicap Accessibility

Endicott is committed to providing a positive fan experience for all spectators on game day. For those individuals who require handicap accessible facilities, please review our accommodations at each venue. 

Handicap Accessibility

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