Boston Breakers

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The Boston Breakers, a member of the  National Women’s Soccer League, are one of Boston sports hidden gems.  They play a 24-match regular season, with 12 home and 12 away matches.  Home matches are played at Jordan Field in Allston, which is on the campus of Harvard and also home …

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Boston Cannons

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One of the fastest growing sports in America is lacrosse, and the highest level of professional lacrosse is found in Major League Lacrosse.  One of the original six teams of the MLL is the Boston Cannons, who plays home games at historic Harvard Stadium.  The Cannons were founded in 2001 …

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Boston Pride

Boston Pride

The National Women’s Hockey League is the first professional hockey league in the United States to pay its players.  The league began play in 2015 and looks to gain a following among hockey-crazied areas in the Northeast.  Teams in Buffalo, New York, Hartford and of course, Boston make up the …

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Boston Blades

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The national sport in Canada is hockey, so naturally the Canadian Hockey Women’s Hockey League has grow to be one of the most popular women’s hockey league’s in the world.  The league currently houses six teams, with four located in Canada, one located in China and located locally here in …

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College Hockey In Massachusetts

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In Massachusetts, college hockey has become a part of the culture of the state during the winter months.  Ten Division I men’s teams call the state home and have combined for 11 national championships.  The state is home to five women’s Division I teams that have combined for 24 NCAA …

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Lacrosse at Gillette Stadium

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One of the fastest growing sports in America is lacrosse.  In Massachusetts, the Boston Cannons play at Harvard Stadium and have won the Steinfield Cup championship in 2011.  With that being said, the biggest weekend for the sport of lacrosse is Memorial Day weekend, when an NFL stadium becomes the …

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March Madness in the Bay State

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When the calendar turns to March, the country’s eye turns to college basketball and NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Tournament, which over the years has been given the nickname “March Madness”.  Since the tournament’s inception in 1939, hundreds of venues in 39 states across the country have hosted games during the …

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Future NCAA Championships in Massachusetts

Sports Define the Bay State and Support the Economy

Massachusetts will be hosting a variety of NCAA Regional’s and Championships from 2018-2022.  Below they are all listed. 2018 Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Regional Championship hosted by Holy Cross at the DCU Center (March 23-25) Division I Men’s Basketball Regional Championship hosted by Boston College at the TD Garden …

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Lowell Spinners

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The Lowell Spinners are a minor league affiliate of the Boston Red Sox and a part of the New York – Penn League, which plays a short season in Single-A. A large number of future stars begin their careers with this franchise, who plays at LeLacheur Park, as 100 former …

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New England Collegiate Baseball League in Massachusetts

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In 1993, an Emmy Award winning television producer/director by the name of Joseph Consentino conceived the idea of a summer collegiate baseball league to bridge the gap between the Atlantic Collegiate League and the Cape Cod Baseball League.  Play began in the New England Collegiate Baseball League in 1994 after …

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