He plays six instruments, sings, writes songs, acts, dances, and succeeds on the football field. For Zach DeNike ’20, coming to Endicott meant crafting his own experience specifically around his passion for both music and football. Endicott prides itself on being a place where students are able to truly make their degree their own—DeNike took full advantage of that and through his liberal studies major, he was able to create an individually designed major in music performance and songwriting.
BEVERLY, Mass. – A few years ago, Chris Lipscomb ’17, M’18 made his presence felt in the classroom, on the basketball court and on the gridiron at Endicott College. Lipscomb starred in both sports for the Gulls, and also in the classroom as a sport management major. But now, Lipscomb is making an impact at the college in a different way, in a different arena, but an equally important one.
BEVERLY, Mass. – Former Endicott football graduate assistant Ryan Barrett ’18 (Holliston, Mass.) has been named a Development Coordinator at Johns Hopkins University. Barrett’s duties with the Blue Jays Unlimited Club, the fundraising arm for Johns Hopkins athletics, will include philanthropic engagement with alumni, parents, and friends who are affiliated with the university.
BEVERLY, Mass. – During the school year, you’ll find him in Beverly, Massachusetts on the campus of Endicott College, sometimes around the baseball program, but mostly going to class, studying, and hanging out with friends. However, during this past summer, you would have found him down in Cape Cod. Nicholas Fichtner was a summer intern for the Hyannis Harbor Hawks of the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League. The Harbor Hawks finished the 2018 summer league season with a 24-17 record. While there, Fichtner focused on baseball analytics.
BEVERLY, Mass. — Endicott women’s tennis rising senior Margot Andreasen (Portland, Maine) recently studied abroad in Italy. Andreasen, who is a marketing major at Endicott, sat down with ECGulls to catch us up on her study abroad trip.
BEVERLY, Mass. – What's next? It's the question our soon-to-be graduates have had to answer far too often over the last few weeks. However, it's been an easy one to answer for our student-athletes featured below thanks in large part to the Endicott College educational model. Let's take a look at what some of our student-athletes will be up to before they even walk across the stage (list subject to change at any time).
BEVERLY, Mass. — Opportunities… Learn-by-doing… Prepared… Employable… To outsiders, the previously mentioned list of words might seem like clichés or marketing buzzwords. However, at Endicott College, those four words represent a linear path to success.
At Endicott, we see, we speak, and we pledge, because that’s the right thing to do. We take that seriously. The College’s bystander intervention campaign, I See, I Speak, I Pledge, spreads the message that individual students have the power to prevent high risk behavior and harm. And it’s changing the way we talk about issues like sexual assault, suicide, alcohol abuse, drug abuse, and discrimination. The campaign’s message of helping one another has infused itself into the Endicott culture and, last spring, it was what earned the College The Prevention Excellence Award from the Campus Prevention Network (CPN) Summit.
BEVERLY, Mass. – Endicott women’s soccer rising senior Shelby Elwell (Litchfield, Conn.) has two priorities as her summer winds down – preseason camp for the Gulls’ 2017 campaign, and planning out her next trip overseas.
BEVERLY, Mass. – Does showing up to practice day-in and day-out always equal a win on game day? Unfortunately, it isn’t that simple. Every team practices, but at the final whistle somebody has to suffer defeat.
BEVERLY, Mass. – Numbers don’t lie. It’s a phrase commonly heard in the sports world when evaluating players and teams. However, for our Endicott College student-athletes it’s just as applicable once they graduate.
BEVERLY, Mass. – Following the College’s philosophy to “learn by doing” through experiential learning, 442 of Endicott’s varsity and club student-athletes took part in an internship throughout the 2016-17 academic year.
BEVERLY, Mass. – Earlier this May, Endicott women’s ice hockey sophomore Holly Erbe (Woodbine, Md.) found a new passion for travel through her 10-day study abroad trip that took her to such places as London, Paris, and Amsterdam.
BEVERLY, Mass. – From May 22 to June 2, Endicott student-athletes Tommy Daniels (St. Louis, Mo.), Sophia Hatzis (West Roxbury, Mass.), Lexi Klein (Shoreview, Minn.), and Christian Martinez (Tariffville, Conn.) were able to study abroad in Asia, visiting destinations such as Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and China.
BEVERLY, Mass. – The Endicott Department of Athletics & Recreation held its annual student-athlete recognition ceremony last night (5/8/17) inside the Samuel C. Wax Center Auditorium. Highlighting the evening was the announcement of the department’s four major award winners.
BEVERLY, Mass. – The Endicott Athletics & Recreation Department will celebrate NCAA Division III Week (April 3-9) in a variety of different ways over the next seven days. To find out more about what NCAA Division III Week fully encompasses, and to view a schedule of events for the week, check out the information below.
BEVERLY, Mass. — Diverse. Challenging. Organic.
That's how Endicott men's cross country junior runner James Dwyer '18 (Berlin, Conn.) would describe his current venture as a hospitality management major with an appreciation for wine currently studying abroad in Bluche, Switzerland for the Spring 2017 semester.
BEVERLY, Mass. — While the Endicott women's basketball team may be younger than teams of years' past, the Gulls are in the thick of the grind in the last week of the regular season and are looking to the leadership of its six upperclassmen and coaching staff. We recently sat down with assistant coach, Nicki Wurdeman, to talk about how her past success as a student-athlete and coach at Babson will translate to what Endicott hopes to achieve this later this season.
BEVERLY, Mass. – The Endicott Athletics Department and its student-athletes have participated in several community service projects since the start of 2017. Here’s a look at what the Gulls have been up to from January until now.
BEVERLY, Mass. – Following the College’s philosophy to “learn by doing” through experiential learning, 103 of Endicott’s varsity and club student-athletes took part in winter break internships from December 22 to January 21.
BEVERLY, Mass. - For fifth-year senior Ashleigh Allen (Glastonbury, Conn.), junior Brittany Bushey (Pittsford, Vt.), and junior Erin McCarthy (Old Lyme, Conn.), the opportunity to spend the Endicott College 2017 Winter Intersession in Cape Town, South Africa as part of the two-week-long Endicott College Intercultural Nursing trip was an experience of a lifetime they could not pass up.