The Endicott Gulls are the men's and women's ice hockey programs representing Endicott College, which is located in Beverly, Massachusetts. The teams are based out of the Raymond J Bourque Arena which is located on campus and opened in 2015. The arena is named after Boston Bruins legend Ray Bourque who lives in the area and is strongly involved in community programs in the area.
The men's program played at the club level from 2003 to 2015. The program was elevated to varsity status for the 2015-16 season. The team was a member of the ECAC Northeast for the 2015-16 season. The conference was renamed the Commonwealth Coast Conference for the 2016-17 season.
Men's Head CoachesEdit
- R.J. Tolan (2015-Present) 16-9-2 (as of end of 2015-16 season) was coach for final season of club program (2014-15)
Men's Year by Year RecordEdit
|ECAC Northeast||Overall Record|
|2015-16||16||11||4||1||66||42||23||1st of 9|| W, SF 4-0 (Wentworth)|
L, F 4-0 (Salve Regina)
|Commonwealth Coast Conference||Overall Record|
|2016-17||18||14||3||1||91||34||26||T-1st of 10||W, QF 8-3 (W. New England);W, SF 4-2 (J & W); W, F 5-4 (U. New England)||30||24||4||2||145||59|
- 2017 W, 1st Round 4-3 (Hobart) L, Quarterfinal 2-1 (2ot) (Trinity)
The women's program played at the club level from 2010 to 2015. The program was also elevated to varsity level status for the 2015-16 season. The team is a member of the newly formed Colonial Hockey Conference.
Women's Year by Year RecordEdit
|Colonial Hockey Conference||Overall Record|
|2015-16||14||10||2||2||38||10||22||2nd of 8|| W, SF 5-0 (Morrisville)|
L, Final 2-1 (2ot) (Stevenson)
|2016-17||14||12||2||0||41||15||24||1st of 7||W, SF 4-2 (Stevenson) L, F 3-1 (Morrisville)||27||22||4||1||81||33|