NCAA Athletics

The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast-10 Conference, one of the largest NCAA Division II conferences in the country. With 20 different varsity sports, Stonehill is dedicated to a tradition of athletic and academic excellence.

The Stonehill Skyhawks have finished in the top three of the final Northeast-10 Presidents' Cup standings ten straight years, including a second place finish in 2013-14. The Skyhawks have won the Presidents’ Cup four times, including a streak of three-straight from 2009-10 through 2011-12. This prestigious award is given to the top performing athletic school in the Northeast-10, across all sports and seasons.

Stonehill has received the NCAA Division II Presidents' Award for Academic Achievement each of the first three years of the program's existence of honoring institutions with an Academic Success Rate (ASR) of 90-percent or better. The Skyhawks have earned a 97% Academic Success Ranking (ASR) by the NCAA, which considers the academic success rate of the institution based on the graduation rate of student-athletes, good for fifth among all NCAA Division II institutions, with ten Skyhawk teams receiving a perfect rating of 100%.

In addition, the Skyhawks are ranked sixth in the National Collegiate Scouting Association (NCSA) Power Rankings used to assess the academic and athletic standards of all NCAA and NAIA athletic programs.

Stonehill has been selected as the host site for the 2016 NCAA Division II Field Hockey Championships at W.B. Mason Stadium.