League Announces "CCC Day" Schedule

League Announces "CCC Day" Schedule

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – As part of an effort to promote its visual rebrand and expand its presence on member campuses, the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) is pleased to announce the schedule for the “CCC Days” this year.

The CCC Days are intended to allow each CCC member school to celebrate its pride in being a member of the conference.

 "We've been really excited about all the big changes that have happened in the CCC over the past few years – from the addition of new championship sports, to the expansion of our membership, to the visual rebrand this summer,” said CCC Commissioner Gregg M. Kaye. “This seemed like a great opportunity to continue riding that wave of good news and make our presence felt on our member campuses."

On each of the CCC Day, the conference staff will visit a member campus and set up an area outside of some of the home events taking place that day. The staff will be available to talk about the conference, the rebrand, and other activities going on throughout the league.

There will also be a number of small giveaways with new conference mark for students, parents, and fans to take home with them, so be sure to find your way over to the CCC tent at some point throughout the day.

This is an exciting time for the conference with a lot of changes and exciting news. The staff looks forward seeing you out on the road. Keep an eye on the CCC social media accounts as each CCC Day approaches for more updates.



University of New England – Saturday, Sept. 28
Home events: Football vs. Western New England, Women’s Volleyball vs. Gordon

Nichols – Wednesday, Oct. 2
Home events: Men’s Soccer vs. Fitchburg State

Salve Regina – Saturday, Oct. 5
Home events: Women’s Tennis vs. Roger Williams, Field Hockey vs. Roger Williams, Men’s Soccer vs. Roger Williams, Women’s Soccer vs. Roger Williams, Football vs. Endicott

Endicott – Tuesday, Oct. 8
Home events: Field Hockey vs. Gordon, Men’s Soccer vs. Plymouth State, Women’s Volleyball vs. Salve Regina, Women’s Soccer vs. Salem State

Wentworth – Saturday, Oct. 12
Home events: Women’s Volleyball vs. Emerson, Women’s Soccer vs. Roger Williams, Men’s Soccer vs. Roger Williams

Western New England – Wednesday, Oct. 16
Home events: Men’s Soccer vs. Salve Regina, Field Hockey vs. Gordon

Gordon – Tuesday, Oct. 22
Home events: Women’s Volleyball vs. Western New England

Curry - Tuesday, Oct. 29
Home events: Men’s Soccer vs. Western New England, Women’s Soccer vs. Western New England

Roger Williams – Wednesday, Dec. 4
Home events: Women’s Basketball vs. Curry, Men’s Basketball vs. Curry



The Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC), founded in 1984, is an NCAA Division III athletic conference comprised of nine full member and one associate member institutions throughout the New England region. Its membership aims to provide student-athletes with a positive experience in their pursuit of excellence through high academic standards, quality competition, and a meaningful student life. The conference administers championships in 18 intercollegiate sports. In 2020, the conference will expand to 10 full members with the addition of Suffolk University.


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