CCC Athletes of the Week (Week Ending March 5)

CCC Athletes of the Week (Week Ending March 5)

BaseballMen's Ice Hockey | Men's Lacrosse | Women's Lacrosse

 

 

Baseball

Other 2017 Baseball Athlete of the Week Winners

Player of the Week - Western New England outfielder Erik Lecaire (Worcester, Mass.) got his 2017 campaign off to a strong start with a pair of three-hit games against SUNY Old Westbury. He went 3-for-5 in the season opener with a pair of doubles and three runs scored, while also driving in a run. He continued the hot streak in the second game going 3-for-3 with a walk and one run scored. He had a .750 average and an .800 on-base percentage this week with 10 plate appearances.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Pitcher of the Week - Sophomore Paul Wetmore (Hamden, Conn.) made the most of his first-career start for Western New England on Sunday (March 5) as the right-hander tossed a no-hitter to earn the Golden Bears a doubleheader split with SUNY Old Westbury. Wetmore struck out six and walked four in his seven-inning, complete game performance and became the third Golden Bear in the past 13 seasons to record a no-no.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Rookie of the Week - Freshman Owen Swanson (New Milford, Conn.) helped Wentworth pick up a doubleheader sweep of New England College on Sunday (March 5). He had a hit in both games with double and two runs scored in the opener and the game-winner single in the late game. 

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

   

Men's Ice Hockey

Other 2016-17 Men's Ice Hockey Athlete of the Week Winners

Player of the Week - Endicott sophomore Cam Bleck (Lake Forest, Ill.) put home the game-winner with 8.7 seconds left in regulation as the Gulls captured the inaugural CCC Men’s Ice Hockey title on Saturday (March 4) night. Bleck also had a tally earlier in the championship game and finished with a plus-one rating.. The sophomore forward was also influential in getting the Gulls to the championship contest as he registered two assists in Endicott’s 4-2 semifinal win over No. 6 seed Johnson and Wales.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Goaltender of the Week - Freshman goaltender Payton Porter (Houlton, Maine) made 73 saves this week during CCC Tournament play. First he made 29 saves in the conference semifinals as the fifth-seeded University of New England took down second-seeded Nichols, 6-3, to earn the Nor’easters a spot in the inaugural CCC Championship game. In the final, Porter made 44-saves, but his team dropped a 5-4 decision. He finished the week with a .901 save percentage.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.


Rookie of the Week - Freshman Jason Kalinowski (Stamford, Conn.) had a five-point week to help Endicott claim the 2017 CCC Men’s Ice Hockey Tournament Championship. The forward dished out three assists in the Gulls’ 4-2 semifinal win over No. 6 seed Johnson and Wales, before picking up two more helpers in the championship game. His second assist came on Endicott’s championship-clinching score with 8.7 second remaining in regulation.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

   

Men's Lacrosse

Other 2017 Men's Lacrosse Athlete of the Week Winners

Offensive Player of the Week - Senior Dan Auger (Nashua, N.H.) helped the University of New England open the season with three non-conference wins as he recorded seven goals and 13 assists for a 20-point total. He had identical two-goal, five-assist stat lines in wins over Wheaton and St. Joseph’s (Maine) before recording a hat trick plus three assists against Plymouth State.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Defensive Player of the Week - Freshman goalkeeper Jay Gallipo (Dover, N.H.) helped Gordon to a 2-1 week thanks to a 6.0 goals-against average and a 64.4 save percentage. Gallipo only had to make three saves in a season-opening win against Mass. Maritime, but was tested against Eastern Connecticut with 18 saves. He made eight saves in a win against Salem State to close out the week.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Specialist of the Week - Freshman Billy Giegun (Wappingers Falls, N.Y.) went 37-for-55 (67.3 percent) at the faceoff X this week as Gordon went 2-1 in non-conference play. He opened the week going 19-for-25 (76.0 percent) against Maine Maritime and closed the week with another great percentage (12-16, 75 percent) against Salem State.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Rookie of the Week - Gordon’s Tyler Pauls (Littleton, Conn.) was a big piece of the Fighting Scots’ defense this week as they went 2-1 to start season. He caused 12 turnovers and collected 16 groundball. Eight of those forced turnovers came in the season opener against Maine Maritime, a game in which he also had seven ground balls. In Gordon’s 9-3 loss to Eastern Connecticut, the freshman had four turnovers caused and six groundballs.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

 

Women's Lacrosse

Other 2017 Women's Lacrosse Athlete of the Week Winners

Offensive Player of the Week - Sophomore attack Olivia McCarrick (Glen Burnie, Md.) got her season off to a strong start with a pair of six-point games. In the season opener against Mount Holyoke, McCarrick had four goals and two assists. She then contributed five goals and an assist in her team’s 11-6 win over Salem State. McCarrick scored nine goals on 14 shots this week for a 64.3 percent shooting percentage.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Defensive Player of the Week - Senior Jocelyn Davee (Freeport, Maine) had 12 groundballs in two game as the University of New England opened the season with a pair of non-conference wins. She had five groundballs against Saint Joseph’s (Maine) and also caused three turnovers. In a 13-9 win over Castleton, she collected seven groundballs.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Rookie of the Week - Endicott freshman Meghan Dutchyshyn (Cheshire, Conn.) started her collegiate career with a bang as she scored hat tricks in both of the Gulls’ non-conference wins to open season. She had a five-point game in her collegiate debut with three goals and two assists in a 17-6 win over Wheaton and contributed four goals to the 12-7 win over Wellesley.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

 

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