• CNR Drops a Pair to Maine Presque Isle
    April 23, 2017


    NEW ROCHELLE, NY- In a rematch of its season opener, the College of New Rochelle battled the University of Maine Presque Isle Sunday evening in non-league play. Back in March, the two teams split in what was CNR's season debut. This time around, UMPI was able to take both contests from the Blue Angels in tightly contested games. The final of game one was 6-1 and the nightcap was 8-3.
  • Old Westbury Outlasts New Rochelle
    April 22, 2017


    NEW ROCHELLE, NY - The College of New Rochelle softball team tangled with Old Westbury in non-conference action Friday night at Flowers Park. After suffering a rough 16-6 loss in game one, CNR battled the Panthers down the stretch in game two. The Blue Angels took a 13-8 lead into the sixth, but surrendered eight runs to Old Westbury in that inning and eventually fell 17-14.
  • Softball Drops a Pair to Bay Path
    April 17, 2017


    LONGMEADOW, MA - The College of New Rochelle softball team dropped a pair of contests to Bay Path University on Friday. The Blue Angels fell 7-2 and 6-2 to the host Wildcats. With the losses CNR fell to 8-4, while Bay Path climbed above .500 at 12-11 overall.
  • Gutierrez Named AD3I Softball Player of the Week
    April 11, 2017


    OVERLAND PARK,KS. ? The College of New Rochelle freshman Samantha Gutierrez (Fullerton, CA.) has been awarded the Association of Division III Independents softball Player of the Week. Gutierrez batted .500 (12-for-24) with 11 RBI and 13 runs scored as the Blue Angels went 5-1 on the week. The shortstop had two home runs, two triples and had a .900 slugging percentage.
  • New Rochelle Rolls Past John Jay
    April 10, 2017


    NEW ROCHELLE, NY - The College of New Rochelle softball team continued its hot start to the 2017 season with a pair of wins over John Jay College Monday night at Flowers Park. With the 13-4 and 10-0 wins, the Blue Angels have now won four in a row and seven of their last eight games. The four straight wins is a new program record, as the team now stands at 8-2.
  • Softball Success Continues at Valley Forge With Sweep
    April 09, 2017


    PHOENIXVILLE, PA - Despite being shorthanded with just nine players, the College of New Rochelle softball team came away with a pair of convincing wins at the University of Valley Forge on Saturday. CNR swept the Patriots by scores of 15-6 and 17-1, to improve to 6-2 on the season. The two wins pushed CNR to a program best wins for a season and the best start in school history.
  • Czarkowsky Goes Yard Twice; CNR Splits
    April 07, 2017


    NEW ROCHELLE, NY - The College of New Rochelle made a little history Friday night in its non-conference double-header against Lehman College at Flowers Park. For the first time in recent history, the softball team won three straight. Thanks to a pair of homers by freshmen Alexandra Czarkowsky (Chesire, CT), which led to five RBI, the Blue Angels won game one 17-9 in six innings.
  • CNR Softball Sweeps Lehman
    April 05, 2017


    NEW ROCHELLE, NY - After another week of rain outs, the College of New Rochelle softball team got back on the field Wednesday night for a home night double-header at Flowers Park. After a season opening split with Maine Presque Isle, the Blue Angels earned their first sweep of the season, defeating Lehman College by scores of 14-6 (5 innings) and 12-8.
  • Rodriguez Leads Tennis in Loss at Webb
    April 03, 2017


    GLEN COVE, NY - The College of New Rochelle men's club tennis team fell to 0-2 on the young season with a 6-3 setback versus Webb Institute on Sunday afternoon. Despite the loss, CNR continued to show major improvement in their inaugural season, as freshmen Cesar Rodriguez (Santa Ana, CA) remained undefeated in both singles and doubles action (2-0 and 2-0).
  • Accepted Students Day Success
    April 01, 2017


    NEW ROCHELLE, NY - The College of New Rochelle hosted Accepted Students Day today and in every aspect it was a success. The campus was buzzing with people, as numerous prospective students and theirs families were greeted by the campus community which included over 40 student-athletes, who led campus tours and answered questions for those in attendance.