On Wednesday, April 10, 2013 over 50 student-athletes were recognized in this springs annual event. The Second Annual Academic Achievement Day and Eighth Annual Marcia H. Conrad Awards Ceremony recognized the accomplishments of students through workshops, presentations and awards in this day and evening long event.
In the kickoff event to NCAA Division III Week, the “Wildcats" of Bay Path College held the 1 st of a series
of events to recognize student-athletes and their many activities outside the field or court.
On the 3rd day of NCAA Division III Week, the “Wildcats of Bay Path College and the Western section of the Massachusetts Special Olympic got together for lunch to meet about past and future events that the groups can become partners.
The Student-athlete Advisory Council of Bay Path College is proud to announce that Dr. Donna Lopiano will be speaking to the student-athletes and campus on Monday, March 25, 2013 at 9 pm in the Blake Dining Hall. Dr. Lopiano will be speaking on Gender Equity and other issues regarding student-athlete welfare.
The day began at 10:30 am with over 115 golfers arriving to hit the links. Golfers were provided a gift bag, cart, access to the driving range, putting green, lunch, cocktail hour, putting contest, dinner and an Awards Program.
As part of this striving for greatness and with the help of the Student Athletic Advisory Council the Bay Path College Athletics Department is proud to announce the unveiling of the new face of the Wildcats!!
On December 10, the Bay Path College Athletic Department Celebrated the past fall 2010 season at the
annual Sports Awards Banquet. The program was hosted in the Blake Dining Commons with over 100
student-athletes, staff, parents and friends attending.
During the fall semester, The Bay Path Athletic Department and the Student Athletic Advisory Council (SAAC) held a tag sale. All of the donations from the tag sale, combined with the campus-wide fundraising efforts for Haitian aid, will be given to the Red Cross to help in their relief effort.
LONGMEADOW, Mass-Junior Dani Turner and Sophomores Vanessa Chaplin and Dajara Wright were selected to represent Bay Path College at the 2010 Division III Northeast Regional Student-Athlete Leadership Conference in Jersey City, New Jersey. The three student-athletes attended the conference with Head Athlete Trainer Danielle Brunelle from January 22-24, 2010.
The Bay Path Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) and the women's basketball team hosted a "Pink Zone" game on Thursday, February 28th. The Bay Path effort was conducted in conjunction with the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's (WBCA) "Pink Zone" initiative.
NECC SAAC Members Volunteer at Open Pantry Community Services a Local Food Bank
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - The New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) held its first weekend retreat for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) to help communicate and instruct the SAAC reps to bring back sportsmanship initiatives to their campuses. Sportsmanship was this year's focus for the NECC throughout all member institutions.
Just four days into the basketball season, the Bay Path College women's basketball team took time away from the court to give back to the community. The team volunteered on Sunday morning at Friends of the Homeless preparing and serving food to over 115 individuals.