Mar 26, 2019
“My name is Andy Yosinoff and I am the women’s basketball coach at Emmanuel College in Boston, Massachusetts. Below is more information about Emmanuel College and myself.
You would love our school, campus and everything about Boston. I am looking for players who are athletic and love to play a full court game. We are a top 25 D3 program finishing our season with a record of 25-5 and winning the GNAC Conference Championship in a thrilling 65-64 victory over previously undefeated St. Joseph’s of Maine than advancing to NCAA tourney winning the opening round against Hartwick than losing to Suny New Paltz. We have great academics with fantastic internship opportunities, a beautiful campus including a 19 story apartment-style dorm which opened in September which includes two separate bedrooms and bathrooms, plus a kitchen with a washer and dryer, and a fantastic sports complex (which was completely redone over this summer, looking like a Division 1 floor). Please send me any video of your player playing. Please go to our website Emmanuel.edu and also goecsaints.com to learn about our school. I have attached the video of the Championship game. Also go to goecsaints than Womens basketball than our schedule and go to any games than press video and than on demand and then you can watch any game. I have also have attached many articles and info I think you will like. Please either email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on my cell at 617-877-8049 to discuss everything. You will need to complete the Common Application plus include your recommendations from your Guidance Counselor and at least 1 teacher recommendation to apply.
Here’s the link to the GNAC Championship video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkkjmdoYDJE
We play an exciting running-pressing game with full court man-to-man pressure the entire game. Last year we scored over 100 points in 6 different games. This year we averaged 82 points a game with over 20 assists per game. We are located in the heart of Boston near many colleges and hospitals.
Emmanuel is a highly competitive, NCAA Division III program. We are affiliated with the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC). Our schedule allows us to compete against the top D3 teams including 3 top 10 nationally ranked teams including #4 Amherst, #7 Messiah and #9 St. Joeseph. In the past, we have also traveled to London, Ireland, California, St. Croix, Florida, Washington D.C, St. Thomas, and a historical trip to Beijing, China in 2007. This year we went to Fort Lauderdale and last year we went to Los Angeles and next year either Las Vegas or Puerto Rico. We are the only D3 team that travels every year going away for 7 nights (all other teams only go for 4 or 5 nights) and we raise all the money for the trip so my players do not have to pay.
The Emmanuel College Women's Basketball Program has had tremendous success over the years. Since 1978, when I first started the program, the Saints have compiled a record of 827-280. In December I was lucky enough to become the all time leading division 3 winningest coach at 816 victories. In 2001, we appeared in the NCAA Final Four and in 2012 we had a magical year, finishing with a 25-7 record and making the Elite 8. This year we ended up 20-8 but lost in the championship game in overtime. We had won 64 regular conference games in a row, a streak that spans five seasons until we finally lost 1 game last season. Emmanuel Women’s Basketball is the only collegiate basketball team in the city of Boston (men's or women's, division I, II, or III) to ever advance to an NCAA Final Four. From 2000-2006, we owned the longest regular-season conference win streak in Division III history with 72 consecutive wins.
The Emmanuel College Saints have made 17 NCAA tournament appearances ('86, '87, '88, '92, '96, '97, '01, 02, '03, '04, '05, '07, '08, '09, ’10, ’11,’12, ’13 and ‘19). Within the Great Northeast Athletic Conference, Emmanuel boasts 17 league Championships ('93, 94, '96, '97, '99, '01, '02, '03, '04, '05, '07, '08, '09, ’10, ’11,’12, ’13 and ‘19). Our program has produced 1 Kodak All-American (Lisa Dennis '88) along with a D3hoops.com 2nd Team All-American (Marcy Tillman '02), D3 hoops 3rd Team All-American (Fiona O’Dwyer ‘13) and D3hoops.com honorable mention All American (Jade Paez '07 and Iman Davis '09).
During 2006-2007, we had a record of 29-2 (most victories both in the school history and in the nation) and advanced to the NCAA D3 Sweet Sixteen, while ranked #11 in the final D3hoops national poll. We are the only team in the northeast region to win 20 or more games from 2000-2013.
We play in the Jean Yawkey Center on campus. The Yawkey Center is the campus student center, which serves as a multifunctional facility. This building has a spacious fitness center, food court, classrooms, lounge area, and an atrium for entertainment. The Athletic Department is located on the third floor of this facility overlooking the gymnasium. The gym is located on the second floor and has three regulation size courts, eight baskets in total, and seats 1,450 Emmanuel College basketball fans.
The WNBA chose Emmanuel College to host their 2006 Pre-Draft Camp, Connecticut Suns May mini-camp and recently we were the practice site for the Villanova men's final four team practices when they played in Boston in March.
To tell you a bit more about myself and my program's success, I am on my 42nd season as head coach and am now the winningest coach in Division III history having won 833 games. I am extremely honored that Emmanuel named our court after me last year which as you all know would never been possible without my players and all my Assistant coaches. I have coached 1056-career contests to become only the second women’s basketball coach in NCAA D3 to ever reach the milestone and only the 11th head coach to coach all 1,000 games at the same institution. I am also the Associate Director of Athletics at Emmanuel College. In 2012, I was named the Red Auerbach National Jewish Coach of the Year and the D3 Hoops Northeast Coach of the year. I was inducted in 2003 to the New England Basketball Hall of Fame and in 2010 was inducted into the GNAC Hall of Fame. I was selected to be the USA Maccabiah Open Head Women's Basketball Coach in September 2005 and led the team to a gold medal finish in the summer Olympic Games in Israel. I got inducted into the University of Rhode Island Athletic Hall of Fame in 2013.
Emmanuel College is a liberal arts school with a population of over 2,000 students located in the Fenway section of Boston. Emmanuel's 16 acre campus is completely enclosed, tucked away in the heart of the Harvard medical area. Our gated campus gives our students the true sense of being on a safe college campus. Our location gives us the accessibility to Boston's educational, medical, and cultural communities. We have added in the past year numerous new concentrations including sports management, marketing, accounting, criminal justice, and just recently added a Nursing major. We are in a consortium called the Colleges of the Fenway which allows you to take up to 6 classes at the 5 other universities. Within a 10 block area, there are over 65,000 college students and thus Boston is called the mecca of education. Please look at the attachments which includes a video of the school.
Hope to hear from you soon!
Head Women's Basketball Coach
400 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115
Cell: (617) 877-8049
Fax: (617) 735-9885
Yosinoff becomes the winniest DIII coach with 833 victories
YOSINOFF RECEIVES RED AUERBACH COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD
Online Basketball Recruitment Form
Midnight Madness Youtube Clip
Postgame celebration GNAC Semis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuc3GewrSh4
2001 Final Four, 2012 Elite 8, 2007 Sweet Sixteen
17 NCAA Appearances
17 GNAC Championships
72 Straight GNAC Wins (2000- 2006)
New England Basketball Hall Of Fame 2003
University of Rhode Island Hall of Fame 2013
1000 Games Coached November 15 2015”
—Coach Andrew Yosinoff
Women's Basketball Academic Minimums
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