Mon Sep 26
7:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Johnson & Wales (RI)
Tue Sep 27
3:30 PM
Emerson
at Babson
Tue Sep 27
4:00 PM
MIT
at Tufts
Tue Sep 27
4:00 PM
WPI
at Babson
Tue Sep 27
4:00 PM
Brandeis
at Wellesley
Tue Sep 27
4:00 PM
MIT
at Clark
Tue Sep 27
5:00 PM
Smith
at Springfield
Tue Sep 27
5:00 PM
Wheaton
at Wellesley
Tue Sep 27
6:00 PM
Clark
at MIT
Tue Sep 27
6:00 PM
Bay Path
at Mount Holyoke
Tue Sep 27
7:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
at Wellesley
Tue Sep 27
7:00 PM
Springfield
at Wheaton
Tue Sep 27
7:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Babson
Tue Sep 27
7:00 PM
WPI
at Newbury College
Tue Sep 27
7:00 PM
Smith
at Emerson
Tue Sep 27
7:00 PM
Springfield
at Mass.-Dartmouth
Tue Sep 27
7:00 PM
Elms
at Clark
Tue Sep 27
7:00 PM
Endicott
at WPI
Tue Sep 27
7:00 PM
Southern Vt.
at Springfield
Tue Sep 27
7:00 PM
Wheaton
at Brandeis
Tue Sep 27
7:00 PM
MIT
at Amherst
Tue Sep 27
7:00 PM
Clark
at Elms
Tue Sep 27
7:00 PM
Smith
at Simmons
Wed Sep 28
3:30 PM
Bowdoin
at Babson
Wed Sep 28
4:00 PM
Wheaton
at Trinity (Conn.)
Wed Sep 28
4:00 PM
Western New Eng.
at Smith
Wed Sep 28
4:00 PM
Emerson
at Regis (Mass.)
Wed Sep 28
6:00 PM
Pine Manor
at Emerson
Wed Sep 28
6:00 PM
Mitchell
at Coast Guard
Wed Sep 28
6:00 PM
Springfield
at Williams
Wed Sep 28
6:00 PM
Springfield
at Suffolk
Wed Sep 28
6:30 PM
Wellesley
at Bowdoin
Wed Sep 28
7:00 PM
U. of New England
at Clark
Wed Sep 28
7:00 PM
Johnson & Wales (RI)
at Wheaton
Wed Sep 28
7:30 PM
Amherst
at MIT
Thu Sep 29
4:00 PM
Clark
at Becker
Thu Sep 29
7:00 PM
Daniel Webster
at Smith
Thu Sep 29
7:00 PM
Salve Regina
at WPI
Fri Sep 30
6:00 PM
Mass.-Boston
at Wellesley
Fri Sep 30
7:00 PM
Coast Guard
vs. Johnson & Wales (RI)
@ Roger Williams Roger Williams Invitational
Fri Sep 30
7:00 PM
Smith
at Coast Guard
Fri Sep 30
7:00 PM
Bowdoin
at MIT
Sat Oct 01
11:00 AM
Mount Holyoke
at Clark
Sat Oct 01
11:00 AM
Coast Guard
at Roger Williams
Roger Williams Invitational
Sat Oct 01
11:00 AM
Babson
at Mass.-Boston
Sat Oct 01
11:00 AM
Wheaton
at MIT
Sat Oct 01
11:00 AM
MIT
at Coast Guard
Sat Oct 01
11:00 AM
Wheaton
at MIT
Sat Oct 01
11:00 AM
Smith
at Emerson
Xaverian Brothers High School
Sat Oct 01
11:00 AM
Babson
at Wellesley
Sat Oct 01
12:00 PM
Babson
at Wheaton
Sat Oct 01
12:00 PM
Smith
at Wellesley
Sat Oct 01
12:00 PM
WPI
at Babson
Sat Oct 01
12:00 PM
Merchant Marine
at Hobart
Sat Oct 01
12:00 PM
Endicott
at MIT
Sat Oct 01
12:00 PM
Clark
at Mount Holyoke
Sat Oct 01
1:00 PM
Wheaton
vs. Framingham St.
@ at MIT
Sat Oct 01
1:00 PM
WPI
vs. Curry
@ Salem, MA
Sat Oct 01
1:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
vs. Rhode Island Col.
@ at Clark University
Sat Oct 01
1:00 PM
Babson
vs. Middlebury
@ UMass Boston
Sat Oct 01
1:00 PM
Springfield
at Babson
Sat Oct 01
1:00 PM
Wellesley
at Wheaton
Sat Oct 01
1:00 PM
Springfield
at Clark
Sat Oct 01
1:00 PM
WPI
at Emerson
Sat Oct 01
1:00 PM
Wheaton
at Springfield
Sat Oct 01
1:00 PM
Clark
at Mount Holyoke
Sat Oct 01
1:00 PM
Springfield
at St. Lawrence
Sat Oct 01
1:00 PM
Catholic
at Guilford
Sat Oct 01
1:30 PM
Mount Ida
at Norwich
Sat Oct 01
1:30 PM
Union (N.Y.)
at WPI
Sat Oct 01
1:30 PM
Maine Maritime
at Coast Guard
Sat Oct 01
2:00 PM
Smith
vs. Western New Eng.
@ Eastern Connecticut
Sat Oct 01
3:00 PM
WPI
at Salem St.
Sat Oct 01
3:00 PM
Rhode Island Col.
at Clark
Sat Oct 01
3:00 PM
Emerson
at Simmons
Sat Oct 01
3:00 PM
Framingham St.
at MIT
Sat Oct 01
3:00 PM
Smith
at MIT
Sat Oct 01
4:00 PM
Smith
at Eastern Conn. St.
Sat Oct 01
4:00 PM
WPI
at Emerson
Sat Oct 01
5:00 PM
Plymouth St.
vs. Emerson
@ Simmons
Sat Oct 01
5:00 PM
Western Conn. St.
vs. Coast Guard
@ Roger Williams Roger Williams Invitational
Sat Oct 01
6:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
at MIT
Sun Oct 02
1:00 PM
Clark
at New England Col.
Tue Oct 04
3:30 PM
Babson
at Wellesley
Tue Oct 04
3:30 PM
Mass.-Boston
at Babson
Tue Oct 04
4:00 PM
MIT
at Wheaton
Tue Oct 04
4:00 PM
Framingham St.
at Springfield
Tue Oct 04
4:00 PM
Babson
at Wellesley
Tue Oct 04
4:00 PM
Clark
at Smith
Tue Oct 04
4:00 PM
Emerson
at Wellesley
Tue Oct 04
4:00 PM
Babson
at Wheaton
Tue Oct 04
5:00 PM
Springfield
at Mount Holyoke
Tue Oct 04
6:00 PM
Regis (Mass.)
at Emerson
Tue Oct 04
6:00 PM
Albertus Magnus
at Coast Guard
Tue Oct 04
7:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Mount Holyoke
Tue Oct 04
7:00 PM
MIT
at Wellesley
Tue Oct 04
7:00 PM
Clark
at Springfield
Tue Oct 04
7:00 PM
Babson
at WPI
Tue Oct 04
7:00 PM
Framingham St.
at Smith
Tue Oct 04
7:00 PM
Emerson
at Wheaton
Tue Oct 04
7:00 PM
Smith
at Springfield
Tue Oct 04
7:00 PM
Coast Guard
at WPI
Tue Oct 04
7:00 PM
MIT
at Wheaton
Tue Oct 04
7:00 PM
WPI
at Clark
Tue Oct 04
7:00 PM
Smith
at Mount Holyoke
Wed Oct 05
4:00 PM
Wheaton
at Trinity (Conn.)
Wed Oct 05
4:00 PM
Endicott
at Wheaton
Wed Oct 05
6:00 PM
Clark
at Mount Holyoke
Wed Oct 05
7:00 PM
Wentworth
at WPI
Wed Oct 05
7:00 PM
Rivier
at Clark
Wed Oct 05
7:00 PM
Brandeis
at MIT
Thu Oct 06
6:00 PM
Elms
at Mount Holyoke
Thu Oct 06
7:00 PM
Colby-Sawyer
at MIT
Thu Oct 06
7:00 PM
WPI
at Smith
Thu Oct 06
7:00 PM
Framingham St.
at Clark
Thu Oct 06
7:00 PM
Emerson
at Babson
Thu Oct 06
7:00 PM
Clark
at Worcester St.
Thu Oct 06
7:00 PM
Smith
at Western New Eng.
Thu Oct 06
7:00 PM
Westfield St.
at Wheaton
Fri Oct 07
3:30 PM
Bridgewater St.
at Emerson
Fri Oct 07
5:00 PM
Westfield St.
at Springfield
Fri Oct 07
7:00 PM
Endicott
at Springfield
Sat Oct 08
10:00 AM
Wellesley
at WPI
Sat Oct 08
11:00 AM
Eastern Nazarene
at WPI
Sat Oct 08
11:00 AM
Bard
at Springfield
Sat Oct 08
11:00 AM
Springfield
at Wellesley
Sat Oct 08
11:00 AM
Mount Holyoke
at Babson
Sat Oct 08
12:00 PM
Babson
at Smith
Sat Oct 08
12:00 PM
Springfield
at Mount Holyoke
Sat Oct 08
12:00 PM
MIT
at Clark
Sat Oct 08
12:00 PM
Springfield
at Union (N.Y.)
Sat Oct 08
12:30 PM
Babson
vs. Wesleyan (Conn.)
@ Colby College
Sat Oct 08
1:00 PM
Mass. Maritime
at WPI
Sat Oct 08
1:00 PM
Wheaton
at Springfield
Sat Oct 08
1:00 PM
MIT
at Clark
Sat Oct 08
1:00 PM
Babson
at Coast Guard
Sat Oct 08
1:00 PM
Wheaton
at MIT
Sat Oct 08
1:00 PM
Clark
at Babson
Sat Oct 08
1:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Emerson
Sat Oct 08
1:00 PM
Washington and Lee
at Catholic
Sat Oct 08
1:00 PM
Merchant Marine
at WPI
Sat Oct 08
1:00 PM
Wheaton
at Clark
Sat Oct 08
2:00 PM
Emerson
at Smith
Sat Oct 08
2:00 PM
Wellesley
at Mount Holyoke
Sat Oct 08
2:00 PM
Norwich
at Becker
Sat Oct 08
3:00 PM
Vassar
at Wellesley
Sat Oct 08
3:00 PM
Babson
at Colby
Sat Oct 08
3:00 PM
Mass.-Boston
vs. Coast Guard
@ Colby Sawyer
Sat Oct 08
3:00 PM
Amherst
at Springfield
Sat Oct 08
5:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Colby-Sawyer
Sat Oct 08
5:00 PM
Springfield
at WPI
Sun Oct 09
12:30 PM
MIT
at Williams
Sun Oct 09
1:00 PM
WPI
at Roger Williams
Mon Oct 10
11:00 AM
Western New Eng.
at Springfield
Tue Oct 11
3:00 PM
Husson
at Clark
Tue Oct 11
3:30 PM
Emerson
at Salem St.
Tue Oct 11
4:00 PM
Wellesley
at MIT
Tue Oct 11
4:00 PM
Salve Regina
at Babson
Tue Oct 11
4:00 PM
Wheaton
at Wesleyan (Conn.)
Tue Oct 11
4:00 PM
Connecticut Col.
at Wellesley
Tue Oct 11
6:00 PM
MIT
at Mount Ida
Tue Oct 11
6:00 PM
Springfield
at Clark
Tue Oct 11
6:00 PM
Wheaton
at Emerson
Tue Oct 11
6:00 PM
Springfield
at Trinity (Conn.)
Tue Oct 11
7:00 PM
Wheaton
at Coast Guard
Tue Oct 11
7:00 PM
Wellesley
at Clark
Tue Oct 11
7:00 PM
Babson
at Tufts
Tue Oct 11
7:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
at Springfield
Tue Oct 11
7:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
at Coast Guard
Wed Oct 12
3:30 PM
Clark
at Rhode Island Col.
Wed Oct 12
4:00 PM
Johnson & Wales (RI)
at Springfield
Wed Oct 12
6:00 PM
Eastern Nazarene
at Emerson
Wed Oct 12
6:00 PM
Bates
at Babson
Wed Oct 12
7:00 PM
Bridgewater St.
at MIT
Wed Oct 12
7:00 PM
Fitchburg St.
at Clark
Wed Oct 12
7:00 PM
Simmons
at Mount Holyoke
Thu Oct 13
4:00 PM
Wheaton
at Lasell
Thu Oct 13
6:00 PM
Emerson
at Lasell
Thu Oct 13
6:00 PM
Smith
at Keene St.
Thu Oct 13
7:00 PM
Babson
at Rivier
Thu Oct 13
7:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Mass.-Dartmouth
Thu Oct 13
8:00 PM
Wheaton
at Lesley
Fri Oct 14
TBA
Babson
vs. NEWITT
@ Northampton, Mass.
Fri Oct 14
TBA
Wellesley
at TBA
Fri Oct 14
TBA
NEWITT
vs. Mount Holyoke
@ at MHC Courts
Fri Oct 14
TBA
Wheaton
at NEWITT
Fri Oct 14
TBA
Springfield
at NEWITT
Fri Oct 14
12:00 PM
MIT
vs. NEWITT Tournament
@ Northampton, Mass. (Mount Holyoke College)
Fri Oct 14
4:30 PM
Ithaca
at Wellesley
Fri Oct 14
6:00 PM
Oneonta St.
at MIT
Fri Oct 14
6:00 PM
Springfield
vs. Haverford
@ Hoboken, N.J. Stevens Institute Tournament
Fri Oct 14
8:00 PM
Springfield
at Stevens
Sat Oct 15
TBA
Babson
vs. NEWITT
@ Northampton, Mass.
Sat Oct 15
TBA
Wellesley
at TBA
Sat Oct 15
TBA
NEWITT
vs. Mount Holyoke
@ at MHC Courts
Sat Oct 15
TBA
Wheaton
at NEWITT
Sat Oct 15
TBA
Springfield
at NEWITT
Sat Oct 15
9:00 AM
Endicott
at Wellesley
Sat Oct 15
10:30 AM
Mt. St. Vincent
at MIT
Sat Oct 15
11:00 AM
WPI
at Trinity (Conn.)
also Rhode Island College v. WPI ~ 1 p.m.
Sat Oct 15
11:00 AM
Anna Maria
at Coast Guard
Sat Oct 15
11:00 AM
Western Conn. St.
at Wheaton
Sat Oct 15
11:00 AM
Springfield
at Fairleigh Dickinson
Sat Oct 15
11:00 AM
Wesleyan (Conn.)
at Wellesley
Sat Oct 15
11:00 AM
WPI
at Wellesley
Sat Oct 15
12:00 PM
Smith
at Keene St.
LEC/NEWMAC Challenge
Sat Oct 15
12:00 PM
Plymouth St.
vs. Mount Holyoke
@ Keene State LEC/NEWMAC Challenge
Sat Oct 15
12:00 PM
Clark
at Connecticut Col.
Sat Oct 15
12:00 PM
Coast Guard
at WPI
Sat Oct 15
12:00 PM
Babson
at Springfield
Sat Oct 15
12:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
at Babson
Sat Oct 15
12:00 PM
Clark
at Wheaton
Sat Oct 15
12:00 PM
Endicott
at Maine Maritime
Sat Oct 15
12:00 PM
MIT
vs. NEWITT Tournament
@ Northampton, Mass. (Mount Holyoke College)
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
Swarthmore
at MIT
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
Springfield
at Montclair St.
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
WPI
vs. Rhode Island Col.
@ Hartford, CT
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
Nichols
at Coast Guard
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
Clark
at Babson
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
Smith
at MIT
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
Springfield
at Emerson
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
at Wheaton
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
MIT
at Clark
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
Smith
at MIT
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
Springfield
at Wellesley
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
Rensselaer
at Merchant Marine
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
MIT
at Western New Eng.
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
Norwich
at Anna Maria
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
Hampden-Sydney
at Catholic
Sat Oct 15
1:00 PM
Clark
at Roger Williams
Sat Oct 15
1:30 PM
Curry
at Coast Guard
Sat Oct 15
1:30 PM
Rochester (N.Y.)
at Springfield
Sat Oct 15
2:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
at Keene St.
LEC/NEWMAC Challenge
Sat Oct 15
2:00 PM
Plymouth St.
vs. Smith
@ Keene State LEC/NEWMAC Challenge
Sat Oct 15
2:00 PM
Emerson
at Wheaton
Sat Oct 15
2:30 PM
Anna Maria
at WPI
Sat Oct 15
3:00 PM
Emerson
vs. Bates
@ Bowdoin
Sat Oct 15
3:00 PM
Western New Eng.
at Wheaton
Sat Oct 15
6:00 PM
Emerson
at Bowdoin
Sun Oct 16
TBA
Babson
vs. NEWITT
@ Northampton, Mass.
Sun Oct 16
TBA
Wellesley
at TBA
Sun Oct 16
TBA
NEWITT
vs. Mount Holyoke
@ at MHC Courts
Sun Oct 16
TBA
Wheaton
at NEWITT
Sun Oct 16
TBA
Springfield
at NEWITT
Sun Oct 16
12:00 PM
MIT
vs. NEWITT Tournament
@ Northampton, Mass. (Mount Holyoke College)
Sun Oct 16
2:00 PM
Endicott
at Babson
Mon Oct 17
4:00 PM
Suffolk
at Springfield
Tue Oct 18
4:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Wheaton
Tue Oct 18
4:00 PM
Clark
at Wellesley
Tue Oct 18
4:00 PM
Clark
at Springfield
Tue Oct 18
4:30 PM
Mount Holyoke
at WPI
Tue Oct 18
6:00 PM
Babson
at MIT
Tue Oct 18
6:00 PM
Springfield
at Mount Holyoke
Tue Oct 18
6:00 PM
Babson
at Emerson
Tue Oct 18
6:00 PM
Wellesley
at MIT
Tue Oct 18
6:00 PM
Wheaton
at Babson
Tue Oct 18
7:00 PM
Springfield
at WPI
Tue Oct 18
7:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Emerson
Tue Oct 18
7:00 PM
Clark
at Wheaton
Tue Oct 18
7:00 PM
Smith
at Wellesley
Tue Oct 18
7:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
at Albertus Magnus
Tue Oct 18
7:00 PM
Smith
at WPI
Tue Oct 18
7:00 PM
Emerson
at Framingham St.
Tue Oct 18
7:00 PM
Mass. Maritime
at Coast Guard
Wed Oct 19
TBA
TBA
at MIT
NEWMAC Tournament Quarterfinals
Wed Oct 19
TBA
Babson
at NEWMAC Tournament Quarterfinals
Wed Oct 19
TBA
Springfield
at TBA
Wed Oct 19
TBA
TBA
at Clark
Wed Oct 19
4:00 PM
WPI
at Fitchburg St.
Wed Oct 19
7:00 PM
Tufts
at Wellesley
Wed Oct 19
7:00 PM
Clark
at Brandeis
Wed Oct 19
7:00 PM
Mass.-Boston
at MIT
Wed Oct 19
7:00 PM
Smith
at Amherst
Thu Oct 20
4:00 PM
Bridgewater St.
at Wellesley
Thu Oct 20
5:00 PM
Johnson & Wales (RI)
at Springfield
Thu Oct 20
7:00 PM
Western Conn. St.
at Clark
Thu Oct 20
7:00 PM
Brandeis
at WPI
Thu Oct 20
7:00 PM
Emmanuel (Mass.)
at Emerson
Dig Pink
Thu Oct 20
7:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
at Western New Eng.
Fri Oct 21
4:00 PM
Elms
at Mount Holyoke
Fri Oct 21
5:00 PM
Emerson
at Coast Guard
Senior NIght
Fri Oct 21
6:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Susquehanna
Fri Oct 21
7:00 PM
Williams
at MIT
New England Challenge
Fri Oct 21
7:00 PM
Middlebury
at Babson
Fri Oct 21
7:00 PM
Springfield
at Tufts
New England Challenge
Fri Oct 21
7:30 PM
Hamilton
at Smith
Sat Oct 22
TBA
Babson
at NEWMAC Tournament Semifinals
Sat Oct 22
TBA
Springfield
at TBA
Sat Oct 22
TBA
TBA
at MIT
NEWMAC Tournament Semifinals
Sat Oct 22
TBA
TBA
at Clark
Sat Oct 22
10:00 AM
Coast Guard
vs. Cabrini
@ Susquehanna
Sat Oct 22
10:00 AM
Emmanuel (Mass.)
at Smith
Smith Hall of Fame Tournament
Sat Oct 22
10:30 AM
Babson
vs. Williams
@ MIT
Sat Oct 22
10:30 AM
Springfield
vs. Middlebury
@ MIT
Sat Oct 22
10:30 AM
Tufts
at MIT
New England Challenge
Sat Oct 22
11:00 AM
WPI
at Framingham St.
Sat Oct 22
11:00 AM
Worcester St.
at Clark
Sat Oct 22
11:00 AM
Westfield St.
at Mount Holyoke
Sat Oct 22
12:00 PM
Wheaton
at Wesleyan (Conn.)
Sat Oct 22
12:00 PM
Coast Guard
vs. Rowan
@ Susquehanna
Sat Oct 22
12:00 PM
MIT
at Babson
Sat Oct 22
12:00 PM
Babson
at Gordon
Sat Oct 22
12:00 PM
Wheaton
at WPI
Sat Oct 22
12:00 PM
Wellesley
at Clark
Sat Oct 22
12:00 PM
Springfield
at Smith
Sat Oct 22
12:00 PM
Springfield
at Hobart
Sat Oct 22
12:00 PM
MIT
at Salve Regina
Sat Oct 22
12:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Nichols
Sat Oct 22
12:00 PM
Gallaudet
at Norwich
Sat Oct 22
12:00 PM
WPI
at Rensselaer
Sat Oct 22
12:00 PM
St. Lawrence
at Merchant Marine
Sat Oct 22
1:00 PM
Wheaton
vs. Connecticut Col.
@ at Wesleyan (Conn.)
Sat Oct 22
1:00 PM
WPI
vs. Keene St.
@ Framingham, MA
Sat Oct 22
1:00 PM
Bridgewater St.
at Smith
Hall of Fame Invitational
Sat Oct 22
1:00 PM
Wheaton
at Clark
Sat Oct 22
1:00 PM
WPI
at Springfield
Sat Oct 22
1:00 PM
Springfield
at MIT
Sat Oct 22
1:00 PM
Clark
at Emerson
Sat Oct 22
1:00 PM
Wheaton
at Coast Guard
Sat Oct 22
1:00 PM
MIT
at Mount Holyoke
Sat Oct 22
1:00 PM
Catholic
at Randolph-Macon
Sat Oct 22
1:00 PM
Maine Maritime
at Curry
Sat Oct 22
2:30 PM
WPI
at Babson
Sat Oct 22
3:00 PM
Daniel Webster
at Mount Holyoke
Sat Oct 22
3:00 PM
Middlebury
at MIT
New England Challenge
Sat Oct 22
3:00 PM
Bates
at Clark
Sat Oct 22
3:00 PM
Springfield
vs. Williams
@ MIT
Sat Oct 22
3:00 PM
Babson
vs. Tufts
@ MIT New England Challenge
Sat Oct 22
3:00 PM
Wellesley
at Smith
Sun Oct 23
TBA
TBA
at MIT
NEWMAC Tournament Championship
Sun Oct 23
TBA
Babson
at NEWMAC Tournament Finals
Sun Oct 23
TBA
Springfield
at TBA
Sun Oct 23
TBA
TBA
at Clark
Tue Oct 25
3:30 PM
Wheaton
at Babson
Tue Oct 25
4:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
at Smith
Tue Oct 25
4:00 PM
Emerson
at MIT
Tue Oct 25
4:00 PM
Springfield
at Salem St.
Tue Oct 25
5:00 PM
Babson
at U. of New England
Tue Oct 25
6:00 PM
MIT
at Emerson
Tue Oct 25
7:00 PM
Babson
at Wheaton
Tue Oct 25
7:00 PM
Wellesley
at Coast Guard
Tue Oct 25
7:00 PM
Clark
at WPI
Tue Oct 25
7:00 PM
Smith
at Mount Holyoke
Tue Oct 25
7:00 PM
Wellesley
at Coast Guard
Tue Oct 25
7:00 PM
WPI
at Clark
Tue Oct 25
7:00 PM
Springfield
at Fitchburg St.
Tue Oct 25
7:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Mass.-Dartmouth
Tue Oct 25
7:00 PM
Bridgewater St.
at Wheaton
Tue Oct 25
7:00 PM
Fitchburg St.
at WPI
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Kathleen McCartney, Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Named 11th President of Smith College

Kathleen McCartney, Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Named 11th President of Smith College

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. — Kathleen McCartney, dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) and an internationally recognized authority on child development and early education, has been selected as the 11th president of Smith College.

A graduate of Tufts and Yale universities, McCartney is a Tufts trustee and represents Harvard on the founding board of edX, the online education consortium founded by Harvard and MIT. In her seven years as the head of HGSE, the school has raised $162 million, including two $10 million gifts in support of pioneering programs that have brought the university’s schools of business and government into partnership with the education school to prepare the next generation of education leaders.

In making the announcement, Elizabeth Mugar Eveillard, chair of the Smith College Board of Trustees, described McCartney as “an exceptional leader who understands Smith and the importance of women’s education in a resonant way.

“Kathy is a leader who inspires respect from everyone with whom she engages — students, staff, faculty, alumni,” Eveillard said. “As we got to know her, we quickly realized why she is held in such esteem by peers and colleagues at every level.”

Trustee Louise Parent, who chaired the search, said, “Kathy McCartney is a preeminent scholar, a nationally recognized leader in education, a proven innovator and a woman for the world.

“When we think about the future of Smith, we believe that its next decade will be its best decade,” Parent continued. “With Kathy leading Smith, we are putting a strong foundation in place to achieve this aspiration for our students and the entire Smith community. I couldn’t be more pleased that she will be our next president.”

“I am so proud to be appointed the 11th president of Smith College,” McCartney said. “While other colleges boast of naming a first woman president, Smith today announces its fifth. I am humbled to follow a group of remarkable leaders: Jill Ker Conway, Mary Maples Dunn, Ruth Simmons and Carol Christ, as well as Smith’s early presidents who believed so strongly in the rights and privileges of women. I look forward to building on the strong foundation provided through their collective legacies.

“The value of liberal arts education has never been clearer than it is today,” she continued. “Through a Smith education, women learn to examine arguments closely, test the limit of their judgment, step forward into leadership and exceed their own expectations. They learn to connect their values with their work. There is no greater goal in life.”

McCartney’s appointment is effective July 1, 2013, with her inauguration to follow in October. She succeeds Carol T. Christ, who has served as Smith's president since 2002. McCartney sent a video message to Smith students, faculty, staff and alumnae, expressing her excitement and pleasure at the opportunity to lead what she describes as a preeminent liberal arts college with a distinguished history and important mission. Because students and faculty are in their last week of classes, she will come to campus to greet the Smith community after the spring semester begins in January; the event will be webcast live.

McCartney, who holds the title of Gerald S. Lesser Professor in Early Childhood Development, is widely respected in higher education. Under her transformative leadership, HGSE launched an innovative doctorate in education leadership, a three-year tuition-free doctoral program designed in collaboration with faculty from the Harvard Business School and the Harvard Kennedy School. In just its third year, the Harvard Ed.L.D. is attracting approximately 500 applicants for 25 slots. The strategic planning McCartney led also resulted in a Ph.D in education, the first such degree ever approved by Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

“Kathy McCartney has been a superlative leader of our Ed School during a pivotal moment in its history,” said Drew Gilpin Faust, president of Harvard University. “She has guided the launch of an imaginative new doctoral program in education leadership, oriented to practice, as well as a highly interdisciplinary new Ph.D. program in education, oriented to research. She has strengthened and energized the faculty, increased student aid, deepened the school's connections with other parts of the university, and elevated its impact on the world of education far beyond Harvard.”

McCartney was the first in her family to go to college. Educated in the public schools of Medford, Mass., she went to Tufts University, where a faculty mentor encouraged her interest in psychology. She received a master’s and Ph.D from Yale, joined the Harvard psychology faculty as an assistant professor and was later tenured at the University of New Hampshire, where she was professor of psychology and family studies as well as director of the university’s child study and development center.

McCartney’s research concerns early experience and development; she has published more than 150 articles and chapters on childcare, early childhood education and poverty. A 1998 paper she co-authored with a national childcare research network provided compelling evidence that early childcare does not disrupt the mother-child bond. 

Recruited from the University of New Hampshire to Harvard in 2000, she was tapped by then-president Larry Summers in 2005 to serve as acting dean of HGSE and then as permanent dean the following year. She has led a 25 percent growth in HGSE’s core faculty, a doubling of financial aid for master’s students, and a dramatic increase in fellowship support for doctoral students.

A central commitment of McCartney’s administration has been extending HGSE’s external relationships in the United States around the world. She has established a partner network of more than 30 school districts and non-profit organizations, raised funds for international faculty research, and addressed education ministries and faculties in Chile, Thailand and South Africa. Her work has been covered by The New York Times, CNN and Education Week and cited by columnist and author Nicholas Kristof.

A commitment to diversity has been a hallmark of McCartney’s deanship. Thirty-eight percent of tenure-track faculty hired during her tenure were men and women of color. She created a staff position dedicated to increasing applications from students of color; one result is that half of the students in the new Ed.L.D. doctoral program in education leadership are people of color and more than half are women. To support an inclusive learning and professional environment she convened work groups and advisory bodies around issues of equity and diversity.

McCartney is especially proud of HGSE’s engagement with national anti-bullying efforts, which included the production of one of the first videos by a college or university in support of the “It Gets Better” campaign. In early 2012, she invited singer and songwriter Lady Gaga to Harvard to speak about her experience of being bullied in high school, an event that also drew talk show host Oprah Winfrey and U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius and which Gaga used to launch her anti-bullying, youth-empowering “Born This Way” foundation.

McCartney is a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences and a recipient of the Distinguished Contribution Award from the Society for Research in Child Development. She is a Fellow of the American Education Research Association, the American Psychological Association and the American Psychological Society. The Boston Globe named her one of the 30 most innovative people in Massachusetts in 2011.

McCartney will be joined at Smith by her husband, Bill Hagen, who was a member of the English faculty at Phillips Exeter Academy for more than 20 years and is currently teaching at the Maimonides School in Brookline, Mass. Their four children have attended Keene State College, Middlebury College, the University of New Hampshire and Wesleyan University.

McCartney’s appointment is the culmination of a year-long international search by a 12-member committee. Elizabeth Eveillard, board chair, commended Parent for her leadership of the search and offered thanks to her fellow committee members for their extensive and thoughtful work, noting that McCartney was the committee's unanimous choice from an exceptional pool of candidates. “From the beginning, Kathy stood out as a leader who will guide Smith College to its best possible future,” she said. Referring to the college’s founder, she noted, “Sophia Smith’s legacy is in excellent hands.”

McCartney expressed gratitude to President Carol Christ and the board for astute management of the college over the last decade, a period that has presented significant challenges to higher education and to students and families seeking to afford the best education available. She commended Smith’s commitment to making high-quality education accessible to first-generation and low-income students, as well as the Futures Initiative, a far-reaching set of strategic-thinking conversations in which board members, senior administrators and faculty developed a framework to guide the college in facing risks and embracing opportunities in the coming decades.

“The Futures Initiative demonstrates how well-positioned Smith is to address the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead with respect to enrollment models, global engagement and new academic programs,” McCartney said. “Clearly, Smith is prepared to be bold in the new world of higher education.”

Founded in 1871, Smith College enrolls 2,750 students from every U.S. state and 60 countries. Its 47,000 alumnae live and work in every U.S. state and more than 100 countries. Smith is a top producer of Fulbright Fellows; second in the nation among baccalaureate institutions in the number of students studying abroad for a full year; and host to the only accredited engineering program at a U.S. women’s college. The Smith College School for Social Work is one of the country’s top-ranked programs in clinical social work, offering both the master’s and Ph.D.

Release courtesy of Smith College Office of College Relations