Colin McCabe is officially the best freshman shot putter in New England. The star Massachusetts Maritime Academy thrower qualified for the prestigious multi-divisional All-New England Track and Field Championships and finished No. 8 across NCAA Divisions I, II, and III in shot put with a 15.35m throw.
The dream season continues for shot putting sensation Colin McCabe. Not only did McCabe earned his fourth MASCAC Rookie of the Week nomination, but the two-sport freshman qualified for the All-New England Track and Field Championship on Saturday at Dartmouth College.
Colin McCabe’s record-breaking freshman season came to a close with a stellar fifth place finish at the New England Division-III Outdoor Track and Field Championships. The first-year shot putter had the farthest throw by any MASCAC representative with his third-best put of the year.
An historic season for the Massachusetts Maritime Academy track and field team came to an end at the New England Alliance and MASCAC Championships with three more records broken, led by rookie sensation Colin McCabe who broke a mark in his fifth-straight event. Sprinter Meaghan Hamilton set a Buccaneer best and the 4x800 meter men’s relay team also etched their name in the record book.
Colin McCabe added yet another accomplishment to his rapidly growing collection as, for the fourth week in-a-row, the Massachusetts Maritime Academy two-sport athlete set a track and field record. Competing in the Eastern Connecticut State University Invitational, the freshman thrower beat a crowd of upperclassmen for first place and the new meet record.
Freshman shot put sensation Colin McCabe has done it again. For the third straight week, the Dartmouth, Mass. native has set the Massachusetts Maritime Academy record for putting the shot. Joining him on the record-setting front was Michelle Sheehan, also surpassing her own mark in the 400m from a week prior.
Track and Field has suffered more than any other Massachusetts Maritime Academy sport because of inclement New England weather, but that has not stopped freshman Colin McCabe from setting and then breaking the Buccaneer record in shot put. McCabe, who was listed on the MASCAC Honor Roll last week, came home this time with Rookie of the Week honors after shattering the Maritime shot put mark.
Freshman Colin McCabe shattered his own school record for shot put and Michelle Sheehan set a Massachusetts Maritime Academy mark in the 400 meters at Saturday’s Corsair Classic. The men’s 4x100 meter relay finished second, only seconds off the Academy’s top mark as the Buccaneer women competed in seven events and the men 14.
On Friday, youngie Colin McCabe set a school record in the shot put at the Eastern Connecticut State University Early Invitational. Yesterday, he was one of two Buccaneer track and field athletes to be listed on MASCAC’s Honor Roll. Today, we honor the football and track and field athlete as our NCAA Division III Week Male Athlete of the Day.
Youngie Colin McCabe set a school record in the shot put, while John Driver won the 3000 meter steeplechase as the Massachusetts Maritime Academy men's and women's track and field teams opened their 2018 seasons at the Eastern Connecticut State University Early Invitational on Friday.
Buccaneer Athletics have been hit hard by March’s steady stream of nor’easters, with a number of games postponed in the last fortnight. Unfortunately, despite the valiant efforts of the athletics’ staff, most surfaces are still not playable. As a result, we are delaying games in four sports, including the second attempt at the Grand Opening of Hendy Baseball Field.
Junior co-captain Jessica Gratzer's runner-up finish in the shot put set the pace for the Buccaneer outdoor track & field team on Saturday afternoon, as Massachusetts Maritime posted a pair of fifth place team performances at the 2017 Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships on Westfield State's Jerry Gravel Track in Westfield, Mass.
The Massachusetts Maritime outdoor track & field team recorded 18 top 10 individual performances and recorded a pair of top five finishes in competition on Friday afternoon at the 10th Annual Eastern Connecticut Invitational in Mansfield, Conn.
Junior Ian Chester qualified for the New England Division III championships with a record-setting performance in the 110 meter hurdles to lead the way for the Massachusetts Maritime outdoor track & field squad in competition at the Connecticut College Silfen Invitational Saturday afternoon in New London, Conn.
The Massachusetts Maritime outdoor track & field team combined to record 25 top 10 finishes during competition at the non-scoring Regis Spring Classic Friday afternoon at Regis Stadium in Weston, Mass.
Both Massachusetts Maritime outdoor track & field squads enjoyed solid performances in competition at the UMass Dartmouth Corsair Classic on Sunday afternoon in North Dartmouth, Mass., as the Buccaneers recorded 12th place team finishes on both the men’s and women’s side