EC OBSERVER: Coaches' Corner With Nicki WurdemanBEVERLY, 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.
Gulls "Learn By Doing" On Winter BreakBEVERLY, 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.
Gulls Fly South (Africa) For The Winter To ServeBEVERLY, 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.
Gulls Pitch In For Those In NeedBEVERLY, Mass. – The Endicott Athletics Department and its student-athletes have participated in several community service projects over the last few months. Here’s a look at what the Gulls have been up to from early October until now.
Endicott Athletic Trainers Continue To Put Students First By Continuing Their Own EducationBEVERLY, Mass. – There’s a clear-cut reason why over the last three years 100-percent of the students enrolled in Endicott’s accredited athletic training education program have passed their national Board of Certification Athletic Training exam on their first attempt, and it starts with athletic trainers Abbey Cahill, Jenn Concannon, James Daley, Kelsey Steube and Jon Williams.
Emily Sharpe '18 and Eric Owens '19 Balancing STEM and Sport at EndicottBEVERLY, Mass. – In 2013, the doors to the state-of-the-art Ginger Judge Science Center opened and ushered in a new era of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) academia within the School of Arts and Sciences at Endicott College. With it came an influx of undergraduate students eager to begin their studies in the fields of applied mathematics, bioengineering, biology and biotechnology, computer science, and environmental science. A pair of Gulls’ student-athletes are among those scholars that have found the right balance between excelling in their academic pursuits, experiential learning opportunities, and performing well on their respective fields of competition.
Endicott Athletics In The Community, Fall 2016 UpdateBEVERLY, Mass. – Over the last few months, several Endicott student-athletes have volunteered their time in the area’s surrounding communities. Here’s a look at what some of the teams have been up to so far this year.
Student-Athletes Study Abroad At EndicottBEVERLY, Mass. – Study abroad & international internships prepare students at Endicott for success by offering alternative academic understanding, social & cultural literacy and life-changing experiences. Through semester-long academic study, faculty-led trips, and/or 3-to-15 week internships abroad, students gain new confidence and self-awareness, and obtain the skills necessary for success in today's economy.
247 Student-Athletes Named To Spring 2016 Dean's ListBEVERLY, Mass. – A total of 247 club and varsity student-athletes have been named to the Endicott Dean’s List for their performances in the classroom during the spring 2016 semester. All 20 Endicott varsity programs and all six club programs were represented on the Dean’s List this spring.
275 Student-Athletes Named To Fall 2015 Dean’s ListBEVERLY, Mass. – A total of 226 club and varsity student-athletes have been named to the Endicott Fall 2015 Dean’s List for their performances in classroom during the 2015-16 academic year. All 20 Endicott varsity programs and all six club programs were represented on the Dean’s List this fall.