February 13, 2012

Letourneau, DeSmith: Service Credit Union Student-Athlete Spotlight & Wildcat Weekly Roundup

SERVICE CREDIT UNION STUDENT-ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT & WILDCAT WEEKLY ROUNDUP 

February 13, 2012

 

DURHAM, N.H.Allison Letourneau (Kingston, Nova Scotia) of the women’s indoor track & field team and  Casey DeSmith (Rochester, N.H.) of the men’s hockey team are featured in this week's Service Credit Union Student-Athlete Spotlight. This information and more can be found in the Wildcat Weekly Roundup. 

 

STUDENT-ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT

Allison Letourneau, women’s indoor track & field

     Allison, a graduate student from Kingston, Nova Scotia, raced to a school-record in the mile at the Boston University Valentine Invitational that was held Feb. 11 at the BU Track & Tennis Center. She finished seventh overall in the field of 143 runners with a time of 4 minutes, 45.82 seconds to break the previous UNH benchmark of 4:49.80 established by Amy DeCamp in 2001.

     It marked the second school record broken by Allison during the 2011-12 indoor track & field season. On Jan. 21, the distance runner broke the UNH record in the 1,000 meters with an ECAC-qualifying time of 2:48.16 seconds, and that also bested the Paul Sweet Oval facility record. The previous record of 2:48.82 set by Katie Litwinowich had stood since 2002.

     Allison’s record-setting pace is a Nova Scotia indoor provincial record and stands as the fastest 1,000m time by a Canadian this season.

     Allison recorded the second-fastest time in school history in the 3,000m at the Joe Donahue Collegiate Indoor Games, which were held at Northeastern University’s Reggie Lewis Center on Jan. 27. She placed ninth overall with an ECAC-qualifying time.

     Back in December, Allison won the mile run with a time of 4:54.53 in a dual meet against Maine on Dec. 10 at the UMaine Fieldhouse. She opened the indoor track season with a first-place finish in the 3,000m at the Jay Carisella Invitational, which was held Dec. 3 at Northeastern University’s Reggie Lewis Center.

     As a junior in 2010, Allison placed seventh in the mile at the America East Indoor Track & Field Championship. That spring, she went on to finish eighth in the 3,000m steeplechase.

     Allison was an invaluable member of UNH’s distance medley relay squad in her first three years. She helped UNH place third in that event at the 2010 America East indoor championship; in previous years, she helped the DMR win the 2009 league indoor title and finish second at the ’09 outdoor meet as well as third at the 2008 indoor meet. Allison was also an integral part of the 4x800m relay in her freshman and sophomore seasons, when the ‘Cats placed third in ’08 (indoor) and fourth in ’09 (indoor and outdoor).

 

Casey DeSmith, men’s hockey

     Casey, a freshman goaltender from Rochester, New Hampshire, has backboned the UNH men’s hockey team to a 3-0-1 record in February. He made 24 saves in a 3-2 victory against Northeastern University at the Whittemore Center on Feb. 10, then stopped 34 of 35 shots in a 1-1 tie at eighth-ranked Merrimack College on Feb. 11. With that two-game total of 58 saves (on 61 shots), Casey had a .950 save percentage and 1.44 goals-against-average last week.

     During the four-game unbeaten streak, Casey has a 1.46 GAA and .956 save percentage. He has 30-plus saves five of the last six games and has allowed two or fewer goals eight times the past 12 games.

     The rookie goalie made his UNH debut Nov. 26 against Alabama-Huntsville. In a relief stint of 10 minutes, 36 seconds, he stopped all six shots. In his first collegiate start, Casey made 32 saves in a 2-1 loss against Boston University on Dec. 8.

     He earned his first collegiate win and shutout with a 26-save effort at Providence College on Jan. 11. Casey’s other season highlights included a career-high 37 saves in a 3-1 win vs. PC on Feb. 3 at the Whittemore Center; he stopped 71 of 74 shots (.959 save percentage) in that weekend sweep of the Friars.

     In 14 games, Casey is 6-5-1 with a 2.05 GAA, .932 save percentage and one shutout. All five losses have been by one goal, including three in overtime.

     Prior to coming to UNH, Casey netminded for the Indiana Ice of the USHL in 2010-11, when he had a 22-13-2 record with a 2.54 GAA, .920 save percentage and three shutouts in 37 regular-season games. He went 2-2 in the playoffs with a .929 save percentage and one shutout.

 
 

LAST WEEK’S RESULTS

Monday, February 6

Men’s basketball: Stony Brook 57, at UNH 48 (Webcast: ESPN3)

Wednesday, February 8

Women’s basketball: at Albany 68, UNH 59

Thursday, February 9

Men’s basketball: at UNH 69, Albany 64 (Webcast: ESPN3)

Friday, February 10

Men’s hockey: at UNH 3, Northeastern 2 (Television: WBIN-TV)

Gymnastics: 1st place (195.25) at Penn w/Brockport and Wilson

Skiing: 4th place at Dartmouth Winter Carnival (Day 1 of 2)

Saturday, February 11

Men’s hockey: UNH 1, at #8 Merrimack 1 [overtime] (Television: NESN)

Women’s basketball: at UNH 58, Vermont 48 (Television: WBIN-TV)

Skiing at Dartmouth Winter Carnival: 3rd place (Day 2 of 2)

Women’s ice hockey: Providence 3, at UNH 1

Men’s indoor track & field: non-scoring meet vs. Vermont and Maine

Women’s indoor track & field: non-scoring meet vs. Vermont and Maine

Sunday, February 12

Men’s basketball: UNH 66, at UMBC 60

Women’s ice hockey: Providence 4, at UNH 2 (Senior Day)

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Wednesday, February 15

Women’s basketball vs. Boston U., 7 pm

Men’s basketball at Boston U., 7 pm

Friday, February 17

Men’s hockey vs. Vermont, 7 pm (Television: WBIN-TV)

Men’s track & field at the America East Championships (Track & Tennis Center;Boston)

Women’s track & field at the America East Championships (Track & Tennis Center)

Gymnastics at North Carolina State, 7 pm

Skiing at Williams Winter Carnival (Day 1 of 2)

     Alpine: Jiminy Peak  //  Nordic: Craftsbury Nordic Center

Saturday, February 18

Men’s basketball vs. Towson, 3 pm (Sears’ BracketBuster)

Men’s hockey vs. Vermont, 7 pm

Men’s track & field at the America East Championships (Track & Tennis Center;Boston)

Women’s track & field at the America East Championships (Track & Tennis Center)

Women’s basketball at Stony Brook, 2 pm

Skiing at Williams Winter Carnival (Day 2 of 2)

     Alpine: Jiminy Peak  //  Nordic: Craftsbury Nordic Center

Women’s ice hockey at Maine, 1 pm

Sunday, February 19

Women’s ice hockey at Maine, 3 pm

 
 

MEN’S BASKETBALL (10-14 overall, 5-8 America East)

  • The UNH men’s basketball team went 2-1 last week with a 57-48 loss to Stony Brook and a 69-64 win vs. Albany – both at home on ESPN3 – as well as a 66-60 win at UMBC. It marked the first time this season the Wildcats won consecutive games.
  • Senior guard Alvin Abreu (Lynn, Mass.) averaged 18.3 points per game last week with a .514 field goal percentage that included 47.4% from 3-point range. He tied a season high of 21 points against Albany on Feb. 9 to surpass 1,500 career points and climb into third place (past Wayne Morrison; 1,501 points) on UNH’s career leaderboard. Abreu scored 15 points in the Feb. 12 win at UMBC to increase his career total to 1,530.
  • Senior center Brian Benson (Rochester, N.Y.) recorded a double-double against Albany with 19 points and 12 rebounds. He made 9 of 10 field goal attempts, including his only shot from 3-point range, and broke a 61-61 tie with 1:24 remaining to give UNH a lead it would not relinquish.
  • Benson recorded his second consecutive double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds at UMBC. He has five career double-doubles and 13 career double-digit rebound efforts.
  • Junior forward Ferg Myrick (Philadelphia) scored 19 points against Albany on 7 of 12 shooting from the floor – 2-for-3 on 3-pointers – and 3 of 4 from the foul line. His traditional three-point play with 30 seconds remaining extended UNH’s lead to five points, 66-61.
  • Sophomore forward Patrick Konan (Gainesville, Fla.) recorded his second double-double of the season with 15 points and 11 rebounds.
  • New Hampshire went 6-for-6 from the foul line in the last 90 seconds at UMBC extend its lead from 60-58 to 66-58.
 

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (13-11 overall, 6-6 America East)

  • The UNH women’s basketball team split a pair of games last week with a 68-59 loss at Albany and a 58-48 victory against Vermont in a game that was televised on WBIN-TV.
  • Senior forward Denise Beliveau (Framingham, Mass.) recorded her America East-leading ninth double-double of the season at Albany (Feb. 8) with 19 points and a game-high 14 rebounds. She went 6 of 12 from the floor, including 3-for-5 from 3-point range, as well as 4 of 5 from the foul line.
  • Beliveau averaged 18 points per game last week with a .520 field goal percentage (54.5% from 3-point range). She was named UNH’s America East Player of the Game in both of last week’s games.
  • In America East, Beliveau is ranked in the Top 5 in eight statistics: scoring (third); rebounding (fourth), field goal % (fifth), free throw % (third), assists (fifth), 3-point field goal % (second), defensive rebounds (first) and minutes played (fifth).
  • Junior forward Morgan Frame (Waterville, Maine) recorded her third consecutive double-double – fifth of the season – with 18 points and 10 rebounds at Albany. She shot 50.0% from the floor (6-12) and 60% from the free throw line (6-10).
  • Beliveau is one of 10 candidates for the 2012 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award for women’s basketball. Fans can vote daily through March 18 for Denise. Links to both the official website and Facebook Fan page are at www.unhwildcats.com
 

GYMNASTICS (8-1 overall, 2-0 EAGL)

  • UNH gymnastics recorded a quad-meet victory at the University of Pennsylvania with a score of 195.25 points to defeat Penn (192.95), College at Brockport (186.425) and Wilson College (148.125). It marked the second consecutive meet in which the Wildcats eclipsed the 195-point mark.
  • Kayla Gray (Buffalo, N.Y.) recorded a personal-best 9.9 to finish first on the balance beam and she tied for first on floor exercise with a personal high of 9.825.
  • Gray’s winning mark in the beam led UNH to a season-high score of 48.925. Austyn Fobes (Howell, N.J.) placed second with a personal-best 9.85.
  • The Wildcats also recorded a season high on the floor with a 49.1. Gray, Fobes, Hannah Barile (Sinking Spring, Pa.) and Kate McGeever (Saco, Maine) were part of a five-way tie for first place at 9.825.
  • Ali Carr (Chelmsford, Mass.) took top honors in the vault at 9.825 and was followed by teammate Jillian Hudson (Sparkill, N.Y.) at 9.8.
  • Danielle Reibold (Horsham, Pa.) earned the highest score on uneven bars with a judgment of 9.875.
 

MEN’S ICE HOCKEY (12-14-3 overall, 9-11-12 Hockey East)

  • The UNH men’s ice hockey team extended its winning streak to three games with a 3-2 win at home against Northeastern Univeristy (Feb. 10), and then pushed the unbeaten streak to four games with a 1-1 tie at eighth-ranked Merrimack College (Feb. 11).
  • Freshman goaltedner Casey DeSmith (Rochester, N.H.) stopped 58 of 61 shots in two games last week for a .950 save percentage and 1.44 GAA. He made 24 saves in last Friday’s win vs. NU, then turned aside 34 shots in Saturday’s 1-1 tie at Merrimack.
  • DeSmith is 3-0-1 with a 1.46 GAA and .956 save percentage in four February games. He has 30-plus saves five of the last six games and has allowed two goals or less eight times the past 12 games.
  • Junior forward Austin Block (Thousand Oaks, Calif.) scored a career-high two goals against Northeastern.
  • Senior forward Stevie Moses (Leominster, Mass.) scored his team-leading 20th goal of the season last Friday vs. Northeastern. He is the third Wildcat in as many seasons to reach that benchmark; Paul Thompson (28) and Bobby Butler (29) accomplished the feat in 2011 and 2010, respectively.

WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY (10-19-3 overall, 4-13-2 Hockey East)

  • The UNH women’s ice hockey team was swept (3-1; 4-2) by Providence College in a two-game series at the Whittemore Center last weekend.
  • The Class of 2012 was honored prior to the Feb. 12 game, which marked the last home game for seniors Lindsey Minton (Richardson, Texas) and Emma Clark (East Barre,Vt.). Minton made 27 saves in the 4-2 loss.
  • Junior forward Kristina Lavoie (Fonthill, Ontario) factored in all three of UNH’s goals last weekend with two goals and an assist; she scored twice Sunday.
  • In the 11 games of the 2012 calendar year, Lavoie has tallied eight goals and eight assists for 16 points (1.45 ppg); she has six multiple-point efforts, including three multiple-goal games, in that span.
  • Sophomore forward Nicole Gifford (Ennismore, Ontario) matched her career high of two assists Sunday.
  • With two games remaining in the regular season, UNH is sixth in the Hockey East standings – six teams advance to the league tournament – one point ahead of UConn and two ahead of Vermont.

MEN’S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD

  • The New Hampshire men’s indoor track & field team completed in a non-scoring meet against the University of Maine and University of Vermont at UNH’s Paul Sweet Oval on Feb. 12.
  • A handful of Wildcats also competed at the Boston University Valentine Invitational on Feb. 11. Sean Mitchell (Milford, Mass.) placed fourth among 47 runners in the 500 meters with an IC4A-qualifying time of 1 minute, 4.76 seconds. D’Mahl McFadden (Penacook, N.H.) raced to seventh place in the 55m hurdles.
  • Brice Paey (Milton, N.H.) continued his domination of the shot put as he won the event for the sixth time in as many meets this season in the tri-meet vs. Maine and UVM. He broke the school record with a toss of 60-feet, 3 inches that surpassed last week’s mark of 60-0.25.
  • UNH won seven other events, including the 4x400m relay team of Eric Stys (Stittville, N.Y.), Steve Souza (Fall River, Mass.), Aidan Kimball (Plaistow, N.H.) and James Anderson (Melrose, Mass.).Souza, Stys and Anderson finished 1-2-3 in the 600m.
  • The Wildcats also took the top three spots in the 1,000m. Jeffrey Moretti (Guilford, Conn.) was followed by Michael O’Hara (Hampstead, N.H.) and Nathaniel Hathaway (Scarborough, Maine).
  • Max Hoddwells (Wayne, Maine) was the top competitor in both the long jump and triple jump.
  • UNH’s other victors were Nicholas Sullivan (Newport, N.H.) in the 300m and Dean Bhatt (Woodbridge, Conn.) in the 800m.
  • New Hampshire will compete at the America East Championships this weekend (Feb. 17-18) at Boston University’s Track & Tennis Center.

WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD

  • The UNH women’s indoor track & field team completed in a non-scoring meet against the University of Maine and University of Vermont at UNH’s Paul Sweet Oval on Feb. 12.
  • A handful of Wildcats also competed at the Boston University Valentine Invitational on Feb. 11. Allison Letourneau (Kingston, Nova Scotia) set a school record in the mile and finished seventh overall in the 143-runner field with a time of 4 minutes, 45.82 seconds. Letourneau eclipsed the mark of 4:49.80 set by Amy DeCamp in 2001. Also of note, Rosemary Read (West Greenwich, R.I.) placed 13th of 44 competitors in the weight throw.
  • UNH captured first place in six individual events at its non-scoring home meet. Lucy Garfield (Hanover, N.H.) led a 1-2 finish in the 1,000 meters. The Wildcats also took the top two spots in both the triple jump – led by Danica Goodheart (Meredith, N.H.) – and weight throw, led by Read.
  • Erin Phillips (Belmont, N.H.) was the fastest runner in the 3,000m and Virginia Lavallee (Kingston, N.H.) was the first to cross the finish line in the 55m hurdles. The other top ‘Cat was Jessica Salley (Andover, Mass.), who won the high jump.
  • UNH’s quartet of Allison Brehm (Pembroke, N.H.), Morgan Costa (Standinsh, Maine), Kathryn Darmody (Westport, Mass.) and Melanie Frazier (Bridgewater, Mass.) ran to a first-place finish in the 4x400m relay.
  • New Hampshire will compete at the America East Championships this weekend (Feb. 17-18) at Boston University’s Track & Tennis Center.
 

SKIING

  • The UNH ski team finished third at the Dartmouth Winter Carnival that was held Feb. 10-11. The Wildcats, who were in fourth place following the first day of racing, finished with a season-high 722 points to rally past Middlebury College (712 points). Vermont (982) and Dartmouth (820) were the top two teams.
  • The men’s alpine team recorded the second-highest team score in the slalom with three top-10 finishers on Saturday. Coley Oliver (Salt Lake City, Utah) led the way in sixth place and was followed by Paul Atkinson (Toronto, Ontario) in ninth place and Taylor Burton (Breckenridge, Colo.) in 10th.
  • The women’s alpine squad nearly duplicated that feat with three skiers in the top 11 of the slalom. Jenna Kantor (East Burke, Vt.) was the top ‘Cat in eighth place, followed by Catherine Blanchard (Eastman, Quebec) in 10th and Marie-Elaine Lepine (Mont-Tremblant, Quebec) in 11th.
  • Also on Saturday, the brother tandem of Erik and Per Lindgren (Pitea, Sweden) finished in the top 10 of the men’s 20K classic with Erik in sixth place and Per in eighth.
  • Liz Guiney (Park City, Utah) continued her impressively consistent season with two more top-10 finishes – she has been a top-10 finisher all eight races this season. She led UNH in 10th place overall in Saturday’s 15K classic race and was also New Hampshire’s top finisher in Friday’s 5K freestyle – again in 10th place.
  • Tristan Ramsey (Anchorage, Alaska) turned in a pair of top-20 efforts for the women’s Nordic team. She raced to 20th placein the 5K free, then was the 12th-fastest skier in the 15K classic.
  • Laura Rozinowicz (Toronto, Ontario) turned in the top individual effort by racing to fourth place in Friday’s women’s giant slalom. She was one of three top-10 finishers for the Wildcats in the event; Lepine took seventh place and Blanchard was ninth.
 

SWIMMING & DIVING (6-2 overall, 2-1 America East)

  • The UNH swimming & diving team did not compete last week. The Wildcats will now focus their attention on the America East Championships (Feb. 23-26 at Boston U.).
 
 

2011-12 COMPLETED SEASONS

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

  • The UNH men’s cross country team concluded the 2011 season Nov. 12 at the NCAA Northeast Regional (at the University of Buffalo) and raced to 21st place in the 33-team field. UNH finished with 559 points and was the third-best America East conference team at the meet.
 

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

  • The UNH women’s cross country team finished in 12th place at the NCAA Northeast Regional that were held Nov. 12 at the University of Buffalo. The Wildcats compiled 274 points and were the second-best America East conference school in the 36-team field.
  • Keely Maguire (Georgetown, Mass.) earned a place on the NCAA All-Northeast Region Team by virtue of her 24th-place finish at the NCAA Northeast Regional on Nov. 15. [The top 15 competitors at each regional is recognized.]
  • Darcy James (Exeter, N.H.) and Elise Beattie (Woodstock, Ill.) were named to the 10-member America East All-Academic Team. Beattie placed 10th at the conference championship meet and James followed in 11th place. [To be nominated, student-athletes must participate in at least 50% of the team’s competitions and have a minimum GPA of 3.30.]
 

FIELD HOCKEY (17-5 overall, 4-1 America East)

  • The ninth-ranked UNH field hockey team was defeated 5-4 by eighth-ranked University of Michigan in an NCAA first-round game that was played Nov. 12 at the University of North Carolina’s Henry Stadium.
  • The Wildcats finished the season with 17 wins to tie the school single-season record that was established by the 1986 national runner-up team. This year’s squad broke the single-season record for goals (78), assists (61) and points (217).
  • Whitney Frates (Woodstock, Vt.) was selected to the Longstreth/NFHCA All-America First Team and Kyle Lyons (White River Junction, Vt.) was voted to the Second Team.
  • Frates was named the Longstreth/NFHCA Northeast Region Player of the Year.
  • Robin Balducci was named the Dita/NFHCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year.
  • Frates, Lyons and Hayley Rausch (Severna Park, Md.) were named to the Longstreth/NFHCA Northeast Region First Team while Megan Bozek (Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.) was a Second Team honoree.
  • UNH, led by 21st-year head coach Robin Balducci, was honored as the America East Coaching Staff for the second consecutive year.
  • Frates was the unanimous selection as the America East Offensive Player of the Year. She was joined on the All-Conference First Team by Lyons and Rausch.
  • Bozek, Kendall Deck (Bridgewater, N.J.) and Katherine Nagengast (Westborough, Mass.) were named to the America East All-Conference Second Team.
  • Maegan Grew (Hampton Falls, N.H.) and Kellie Joyce (South Pomfret, Vt.) were selected to the America East All-Rookie Team.
 

FOOTBALL (8-4 overall, 6-2 CAA)

  • The 11th-ranked UNH football team was ousted from postseason play with a 26-25 second-round loss at seventh-ranked Montana State University on Dec. 3.
  • Matt Evans (Hanover, Mass.) was named the 17th Buck Buchanan Award winner as the national defensive player of the year in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). His other 2011 postseason accolades include: Associated Press All-America Second Team, Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America Team, Phil Steele’s All-America First Team, The Sports Network/Fathead.com All-America Team, College Sports Journal FCS All-America Team, College Sports Madness All-America Team, Beyond Sports College Network All-America First Team and Defensive National Player of the Year, College Sporting News 2011 Fabulous Fifty FCS All-America Team, Gold Helmet Award (New England’s player of the year), All-CAA First Team, All-New England Team and College Football Performance Awards Elite Linebacker Award.
  • Chris Zarkoskie (West Caldwell, N.J.) was named to the 14th annual Footbal Championship Subdivision Athletic Directors Association (FCS ADA) Academic All-Star Team. He previously earned a berth on the 2011 Capital One Academic All-District Footbll Team (selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America)
  • UNH has advanced to the FCS tournament eight consecutive years, which marks the longest active streak by any team.

MEN’S SOCCER (7-9-2 overall, 1-4-2 America East)

  • The UNH men’s soccer team wrapped up the 2011 season with a 3-0 victory against intrastate rival Dartmouth College at Bremner Field on Nov. 1.
  • UNH was announced as a recipient of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award for the 2010-11 academic year. The award is presented to teams with a cumulative grade-point-average of 3.0 or higher.
  • Two Wildcats received America East All-Conference team honors. Senior midfielder Brad Hilton (Merrimack, N.H.) was selected to the Second Team for the third consecutive year, while freshman goalkeeper Travis Worra (Lancaster, Pa.) earned a spot on the All-Rookie Team.
  • Five student-athletes were named to the America East All-Academic Team (minimum 3.30 GPA and a starter or prominent reserve). Hilton was joined on the team by Alex Russell (Harrisburg, Pa.), Ryan McNabb (Downinton, Pa.), Gustav Nilsson (Pixbo, Sweden) and Jeffrey Turner (Blandon, Pa.).
 

WOMEN’S SOCCER (5-12-2 overall, 3-4-1 America East)

  • The fourth-seeded UNH women’s soccer team was ousted from the America East tournament with a 1-0 loss to fifth-seeded Binghamton University at Bremner Field on Oct. 27. The Wildcats made a league-best 11th consecutive league tourney appearance.
  • UNH was announced as a recipient of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award for the 2010-11 academic year. The award is presented to teams with a cumulative grade-point-average of 3.0 or higher.
  • Monique Lamotte (Tampa, Fla.) was named to the America East All-Conference First Team. Stephanie Gilkenson (Cranston, R.I.) and Kelly Mooney (Canton, Mass.) were Second Team selections and Meghan Ledwith (Yardley, Pa.) was an All-Rookie Team honoree.

 

VOLLEYBALL (10-20 overall, 8-4 America East)

  • The UNH volleyball team, the second seed of the America East Championship tournament, was defeated 3-1 by Stony Brook University in a Nov. 18 semifinal match at the University at Albany.
  • Amy Keding (Northbrook, Ill.) and Lauren Laquerre (Concord, N.H.) were voted to the 2011 America East All-Academic Volleyball Team on Dec. 9.
  • Keding was selected to the America East All-Conference First Team while Laquerre, Jansan Falcusan (Plymouth, Mich.) and Morgan Thatcher (Brockton, Mass.) were Second Team honorees.
  • Keding was named to the All-Championship Team.
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