About Us

Welcome to Noontime Sports, a sports blog (and site) that produces content that goes well-beyond the box score. Our goal is to tell a story through audio, video or words that is captivating for our audience, but also leaves you eager for more content!

Our focus for quite some time has been on New England sports, especially at the NCAA Division III level, but beginning in 2019, our plan is to expand our coverage to other parts of the country to tell stories that matter to you!

How we began: Noontime Sports launched in May 2009 and was initially a site that featured opinion pieces on both local and national sports. It evolved into a podcast site in 2010 before transitioning into more of a news site one year later that covered professional, college and high school sports.

Our blog’s highlights: Noontime Sports has covered various events and games throughout New England, including the Beanpot, Hockey East Championship, Boston Bruins games, Harvard Basketball and Football, college hockey at Fenway Park (Frozen Fenway) and college lacrosse at Gillette Stadium.

Additionally, our site has covered various Massachusetts high school state championships, including a few Super Bowls at Gillette Stadium. We have also covered numerous college games, both regular season and conference championships to NCAA Tournament games.

Stay Social, Friends: Stay connected with Noontime Sports on Facebook and Twitter, while subscribing to our YouTube channel, too. Additionally, make sure to check out our social media page, as well, so you can follow our sports-specific Twitter handles ranging from football to soccer to lacrosse and softball: Noontime’s Social Page 

Get-In-Touch: Have a story idea or a pitch for a future blog, podcast or video? Maybe you know about an event that needs additional coverage or something happening in your community that deserves some extra coverage?  Either way, let us know by sending an email to either MattNoonan@NoontimeSports.com or NoontimeSports@gmail.com. 

One comment

  • Guys,
    Check out what is happening at University of New England. The President raised $15 MM + to bring in football. They built a 60,000 sq ft. addition to the athletic facility that was already one of the best in DIII. Brand new locker rooms, meeting rooms and training facilities. Right now they are putting the finishing touches on a brand new football stadium (Blue Turf) with 3,000 seats. In their first sub-varsity game at Curry College in September of 2017 over 1,000 UNE fans showed up. UNE’s first every varsity game will be at Coast Guard Academy on August 30th.
    Mike Lichten and his coaching staff have cris-crossed the country recruiting players. Every state in New England is represented in addition to NY, NJ, PA, Fla, TX, CA. and Washington State.

    A great New England College Football Story.

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