About Us

Welcome to Noontime Sports, a website dedicated to Massachusetts sports coverage – pros, colleges, and high schools – along with some tech, culture, and business posts, too.

Our site launched in May 2009 in a dorm room at Wheaton College (Mass.) and has become a go-to website for fans of a small college and high school sports to Boston sports fanatics.

In November 2012, Noontime Sports established its initial partnership with the Worcester Area College Basketball Association (WACBA) to host their weekly honor rolls, including players and rookies of the week. Our partnership has continued for seven years, as of this current school year (2019-20). Additional partnerships formed a few years later with LaxRecords.comIn The D3FB Huddle, and Zelos Athletics.

Our site has been there to covered multiple sporting events to games at Fenway Park, Gillette Stadium, and the TD Garden. 

In May 2019, Noontime sports celebrated 10 years of blogging, which a tribute to our amazing fans and friends of the site – thank you for the amazing support!

As our editor and founder, Matt Noonan says, “Noontime Sports is more than a passion, but a labor of love. I get to tell stories on a daily basis about numerous Massachusetts and New England student-athletes, coaches and teams while sharing various thoughts on sports through podcasts and videos.”

Stay Social, Friends: Stay connected with Noontime Sports on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Additionally, follow our site’s editor (and founder), Matt Noonan, on Instagram and Twitter

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 attention?

Interested in advertising through our site and podcast? 

Contact us at MattNoonan@noontimesports.com or NoontimeSports@gmail.com

Listen to our PodcastSubscribe to our Noontime Nation Podcast on iTunes and Spotify

One Comment

  1. 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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