MCLA senior Kayla Hotaling was named to the All MASCAC first team following a vote of the league's coaching staff. The forward has made the team the last two seasons at MCLA and led the team in scoring and rebounding
The MCLA Women's Basketball team advanced to the MASCAC semifinals following a 64-54 win over Worcester State on Tuesday. Awaiting the Trailblazers, is a date with second seeded Framingham State University tomorrow at 6pm
Courtney McLaughlin scored a game high 22 points as the #6 seeded MCLA Trailblazers defeated the #3 seed, the Worcester State University Lancers on Tuesday night. With the win, MCLA advances to face #2 seed Framingham State on Thursday night.
The MCLA Women's Basketball team, led by first year head coach Loren Stock, will the sixth seed in the MASCAC championships. The Trailblazers will begin play on Tuesday night at third seeded Worcester State with a 5:30pm tipoff
Kayla Hotaling led the Trailblazers in scoring and rebounding in 2017. She will be counted on to be the spark in Tuesday night's game at Worcester State. Hotaling averaged 15.5 points in a pair of games against the Lancers this season
MCLA celebrated the careers of the six seniors in the program prior to tip off this afternoon in the Amsler Campus Center. The Trailblazers honored Anna Despart, Courtney McLaughlin, Svetlana Morrell, Ashley Clawson, Brayleigh Hanlon, and Kayla Hotaling