See below for a full list of reported accomplishments of our club sports teams during the 2016-2017 academic year.


Men's Volleyball

The team won the D1AA National Championship on April 15. The team went 9-0 and lost only one set in tournament play. They defeated Cornell University in the final round. | Read more

Women's Lacrosse

The #7 ranked Delaware team defeated #1 Pittsburgh 13-11 in the championship game. Lexi Woodruff, Olivia Gannon, and Alyssa Sorrentino were named to D1 All Tournament Team. | Read More


Field Hockey

The team went undefeated in their regular season to earn the #1 seed for nationals. With one loss to Penn State and two dominant wins over Ohio State and Vermont in the first round, the team advanced to the next round where they fell 3-1 to University of Virginia. See full results.


Figure Skating

The team scored 93 points, finishing just behind East Coast rival Boston University. The team has been on the podium at nationals every year since its inception in 2000. The team has won six national titles since 2002, including the last four leading up to this year’s championship. | Read more


Team member Matt Bastian qualified as an individual for nationals. He is currently ranked 64th in the nation. See national rankings.


Ice Hockey

  • D1 Men's - The team earned the league championship after defeating West Chester University on Saturday, 2/11.
  • Women's - The team was ranked #3 in the East. Becker and Newtown received second team all American honors and Olivia Tarca was named the Off Ice MVP by the league for her contribution to the team and community. | Read more


The men's and women's teams both won the regional tournaments to qualify for nationals. The national tournaments started with 8 pools of 3 teams and each team competed against the others in their pool. The 2 teams with the most goals scored advanced to the sweet sixteen. See full results.

  • Men's - the team placed 2nd in their pool to advance to the sweet sixteen where they upset Michigan State 1-0. The team fell 1-0 to Virginia in the elite eight.
  • Women's  - the team placed 3rd in their pool after going scoreless against Colorado Mines and Michigan State.  


The team won the North Atlantic Regional Championship on April 23. They defeated Sacred Heart in the final game to secure a spot to Nationals. 


Ultimate - Women's

The team defeated Georgetown University in the final round to earn the championship title and a bid to Nationals. | View Results

Water Polo

The team went undefeated in their regular season and won the Mid Atlantic Division B championships. This win earned them a spot in the Division A championships as the 8 seed, where they went on to defeat 6 seed Carnegie Mellon to place 5th overall. See full results.