Fall Championships Review It was an amazing fall championship season #CAACHAMPS

Cross Country

College of William & Mary won its fifth consecutive CAA Women’s Cross Country Championship and 22nd title overall while the Tribe’s own Regan Rome ran away with the individual crown.

College of William & Mary won its 17th consecutive Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Men’s Cross Country Championship while Elon University’s Nick Ciolkowski defended his individual title at the 8K event


Delaware, William & Mary, James Madison, and Drexel advanced to the 2016 Field Hockey semifinals with the Blue Hens and the Dukes advancing to the title game.

Greta Nauck and Meghan Winesett each scored two goals and top-seeded Delaware captured its fourth straight CAA Field Hockey Championship with a 4-1 win over third-seeded James Madison.

This was the third consecutive title game featuring the Blue Hens and Dukes, with each of the previous two meetings resulting in one goal contests.

Championship Bound

After winning the CAA, Delaware advanced to the NCAA tournament where they took down Louisville and No. 1 Duke to advance to the Final Four.


History was made as Delaware outlasted North Carolina, 3-2, to capture the 2016 NCAA Field Hockey Championship

Sophomore Greta Nauck yet again came through for her team in clutch fashion, scoring her second goal of the day with just under six minutes remaining to break a 2-2 tie and send Delaware to the victory.

Delaware is the sixth CAA field hockey team to ever win the top trophy in Division I and the first conference Olympic team to win an NCAA Championship outright since 2000

Women's Soccer

Top-seeded Northeastern University captured the CAA Women’s Soccer Championship with a 3-0 victory over second-seeded Drexel University

Northeastern (14-6-1) picked up its third CAA crown in the last four years and their fourth overall.

Men's Soccer

Second-seeded University of Delaware downed fifth-seeded College of William & Mary, 2-1, to win the 2016 CAA Men’s Soccer Championship.

Delaware won its first CAA title since 2011 and their second overall


James Madison won its 10th straight match and earned the conference’s automatic bid into the NCAA Volleyball Championship. The Dukes made their first appearance in the title contest since 2002.

Senior Janey Goodman and sophomore Bryn Recker each hit over .400 percent and tallied double-digit kill totals to help top-seeded James Madison defeat sixth-seeded Delaware, 3-0

Delaware’s impressive championship run included back-to-back upset wins over third-seeded Northeastern and second-seeded College of Charleston on Friday and Saturday, respectively.

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