About Us

Welcome to Noontime Sportsa Massachusetts-based sports blog that launched in May 2009 at Wheaton College (Mass.)

Founded by Matt NoonanNoontime Sports covers a variety of stories from the New England small college and high school sports world to the occasional op-ed piece on professional and amateur athletics. Additionally, we do venture outside of New England to tell stories from other parts of the country, both here on the blog and through our podcast — visit our Noontime Sports Podcast page to learn more about our weekly show. 

Events, Games, and Tournaments we have covered since 2010

  • The Beanpot at the TD Garden (Boston College, Boston University, Harvard University, and Northeastern University)
  • Harvard University football and basketball games
  • Hockey East (games and tournaments)
  • Boston Bruins (credentialed to cover a limited number of home games during the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons)
  • Frozen Fenway (college and high school hockey games played at Fenway Park)
  • MIAA High School Football Super Bowls at Gillette Stadium
  • MIAA Basketball and Hockey Tournaments at TD Garden
  • College and High School lacrosse games at Gillette Stadium

Stay connected with Noontime Sports on social media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. You can also find us on LinkedIn!

Contact Us: NoontimeSports@gmail.com | MattNoonan@noontimesports.com

2 thoughts on “About Us”

  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.

  2. Do you have any achieves of the Greater Boston League, all scholastic winners from the early 1940’s.

    My uncle, Robert Berman, supposedly was an All Star, out of Revere High School, before he went into the service.

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