BEVERLY, Mass. — The No. 1 seeded Endicott softball team is set to host Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Tournament games, including the championship contest on Saturday, May 4 and Sunday, May 5.
SCOUTING ENDICOTT (SCHEDULE | ROSTER | STATS): The Gulls enter the weekend with an overall record of 29-5 and clinched the No. 1 seed with a perfect 16-0 CCC record. Overall, Endicott leads the conference in team batting average (.316), runs (197), RBI (184), and triples (15). The Gulls saw seven student-athletes recently earn All-CCC honors. Jamie Hopgood (Warwick, R.I.), Adrianna Favreau (Tewksbury, Mass.), and Gina DeMilt (Princeton, N.J.) were all named to the First Team, Laura Somerville (Suffield, Conn.) and Lauren Misiaszek (Londonderry, N.H.) were selected to the Second Team, and Maggie Oram (Lexington, Mass.) and Peyton Atkins (Goshen, N.Y.) earned Third Team honors.
SCOUTING SALVE REGINA (SCHEDULE | ROSTER | STATS): The Gulls and the Seahawks previously met this season on Saturday, March 30 and Endicott posted two wins. They won the first contest, 5-3, and the second, 4-0.
Salve Regina enters Saturday as the No. 4 seed with a 23-19 overall record and 9-7 conference record.
SCOUTING THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND (SCHEDULE | ROSTER | STATS): The Gulls and the Nor'easters met on Friday, May 3 in one of the opening round games of the tournament and UNE picked up a 6-2 victory. The University of New England enters Saturday as the No. 2 seed with an overall record of 26-14 and a 12-4 CCC mark.
Wednesday, May 1
Hosted by higher seeds
Thursday, May 2
Friday, May 3
Hosted by #1 Endicott/Gordon
Game 4 - #1 Endicott def. #5 Roger Williams, 8-0 (6 innings) | BOX
Game 7 – #4 Salve Regina def. #6 Nichols, 7-0 | BOX
Game 8 - #7 Gordon def. #5 Roger Williams, 12-6 | BOX
Game 10 - #2 University of New England def. #1 Endicott, 6-2 | BOX
Game 9 - #4 Salve Regina def. #7 Gordon, 5-3 | BOX
Saturday, May 4
Hosted by Endicott
Sunday, May 5
Hosted by #1 Endicott
Game 13 - #2 University of New England at #1 Endicott, 2 p.m.
(Photo credit - David Le '10)