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Top Five Flashback: Women’s Tennis #4 NEWPORT, R.I. – Freshman Shealyn FitzPatrick (South Windsor, Conn.) scored a pair of victories for Salve Regina women’s tennis in a 6-3 defeat of Eastern Nazarene College.

Top Five Flashback: Men’s Tennis #4 NEWPORT, R.I. – Zach Monahan (Stoughton, Mass.) and Dante Petrosino (Hasbrouck Heights, N.J.) won as a doubles pair for the second time this season, and both were successful in singles as the Seahawks defeated the Hawks, 7-2, on the road in Leominster, Mass.

Top Five Flashback: Baseball #5 NEWPORT, R.I. – Postseason honors poured in for Salve Regina baseball after the program finished with its most wins ever (36-12) and captured a second-straight Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) championship to advance to the NCAA Division III Championships.

Top Five Flashback: Women’s Track and Field #5 NEWPORT, R.I. – Salve Regina women’s track and field qualified several individuals for the New England regional championships, hosted by Williams College in Williamstown, Mass. with three school records falling.

Top Five Flashback: Football #5 NEWPORT, R.I. – Salve Regina football won its season opener, 39-3, at Worcester State University with a dominant defense that recorded two safeties.

Top Five Flashback: Men’s Ice Hockey #5 NEWPORT, R.I. – Salve Regina men’s ice hockey celebrated its inaugural season as a member of the Commonwealth Coast Conference, placing 10 skaters on the league’s All-Academic Team.

Top Five Flashback: Women’s Volleyball #5 NEWPORT, R.I. – With a program that started its varsity competition in 2002, Salve Regina University women’s volleyball has produced alumni from different corners of the country.

Seahawks land 78 student-athletes on Spring CCC All-Academic Team NEWPORT, R.I. Salve Regina University has landed 78 student-athletes on the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) 2017 Spring Academic All-Conference Team, announced by Commissioner Gregg M. Kaye.

Top Five Flashback: Softball #5 LEESBURG, Fla. – Sophomore outfielder Megan Guest (Meriden, Conn.) launched her first career home run, a two-run shot to centerfield, during a seven-run Seahawk uprising in the fifth against the Pioneers for the walk-off win.

Top Five Flashback: Women’s Soccer #5 NEWPORT, R.I. – The Seahawk women’s soccer program had two of its seniors recognized with significant honors – Erica Manchester with the Sister Philemon Banigan Award, and Raine Oesterle with the Distinguished Senior Scholar Athlete Award.

Top Five Flashback: Women’s Basketball #5 NEWPORT, R.I. – Salve Regina women’s basketball alumni from 1999 through 2016 came back to campus on February 11, to compete on the Rodgers Recreation Center hardwood.

Top Five Flashback: Women’s Ice Hockey #5 NEWPORT, R.I. – Salve Regina women’s ice hockey head coach Beth McCann has her team giving back to the local community before, during, and after the regular season. The Seahawks conduct on-ice and off-ice training sessions with youth groups in the Aquidneck Island area.

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