CCC Athletes of the Week (Week Ending March 19)

CCC Athletes of the Week (Week Ending March 19)

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Baseball

Other 2017 Baseball Athlete of the Week Winners

Player of the Week - Reigning CCC Player of the Year Mike Kochiss (Fairfield, Conn.) batted .609 this week with a 1.000 slugging percentage as Endicott went 3-3 in non-conference play. The senior had hits in each of the Gulls’ six games, including five multi-hit performances. He also scored at least one run in five of the six games. His biggest game of the week came in a 14-7 win against Rutgers-Camden in which he went 4-for-5 with five runs scored and two RBI. He also had two doubles and a home run in that contest. Overall Kochiss scored 12 runs and drove in five, while hitting four doubles, a triple, and a home run. The senior infielder was also part of a triple play in Endicott’s first game against UMass-Dartmouth.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Pitcher of the Week - Western New England sophomore Bob Hamel (Southwick, Mass.) picked up the victory in the Golden Bears’ first game of a doubleheader sweep against No. 13 TCNJ this week. He threw seven innings of two-hit ball, while walking only two. He also struck out seven, allowing just one unearned run in the complete game performance.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Rookie of the Week - First-year player Stephen Cirella (Jamestown, R.I.) helped Salve Regina to a 5-1 week with multi-hit games in three of the Seahawks’ five contests. He also drove in six and scored two runs. He was especially instrumental in a four-run, ninth-inning outburst against Spaulding, driving in the winning runs in the 4-1 victory. Cirella leads the Seahawks in batting average at .407 through the first nine games.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

   

Men's Lacrosse

Other 2017 Men's Lacrosse Athlete of the Week Winners

Offesnsive Player of the Week - Dan Auger (Nashua, N.H.) helped his team go 1-1 for the week. The University of New England senior scored a total of two goals and eight assists in two games, tallying a total of 10 points. During their tough 12-10 loss to Widener, Auger became UNE’s all-time leader in assists by recording his 96th career helper. 

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Defensive Player of the Week - Nichols goalkeeper, Brian McKinley (Nashua, N.H.), had two incredible games in net. Regardless of the team’s outcome, McKinley stopped 45 shots in just two games. In the team’s loss to Berry, the sophomore saved a career-high of 25 shots in a game.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Specialist of the Week - Specialist Tommy Hughes (Coram, N.Y.), had an impressive single-game week for the Gulls. Hughes went 17-21 (80.1 percent) at the face-off X, while also scooping a game-high of 16 ground balls. The Endicott senior, also caused one turnover in their 11-6 loss to Springfield.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Rookie of the Week - Wentworth’s Kyle Doner (Lindenhurst, N.Y.) had a standout week for the Leopards. He started both games during the week and scored three goals each. During their game against MIT, Doner scored his two goals in man-up situations, while also retrieving three groundballs for the game. On Saturday’s matchup against Saint Joseph’s (Me.), the freshman helped his team to victory by tallying two assists and four groundballs. Doner earned eight total points for the week. 

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

 

Women's Lacrosse

Other 2017 Women's Lacrosse Athlete of the Week Winners

Offensive Player/Rookie of the Week - Salve Regina freshman Maddie Villareal (Portsmouth, R.I.) scored a total of 11 goals to help the Seahawk’s go 2-0 in Hilton Head, S.C. Villareal also tallied two assists in each game, earning a total of 15 points for the week.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Defensive Player of the Week - The University of New England had a tough go around this week going 0-2. However, junior Jolena Lampron (Lyman, Maine) helped her team stay competitive by scooping five ground balls in each game. Lampron also caused four turnovers in the two games and also netted two goals and one assist in the Nor’easters tough 16-15 loss to Mount Holyoke.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

   

Softball

Other 2017 Softball Athlete of the Week Winners

Player of the Week - Western New England catcher Corianna DeLisi (Tuxedo, N.Y.) batted .476 (10-for-21) this week with a home run, three doubles, and seven RBI to help the Golden Bears’ to a 5-1 week. She also walked twice, stole two bases, and scored five runs. DeLisi collected multiple hits in three contests including a 4-for-4 effort in a 5-3 win over Lancaster Bible. The senior reached base in every game and finished the week with a .522 on-base percentage. 

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Pitcher of the Week - Melissa Sprague (Londonderry, N.H.) had a powerful performance in the circle for the University of New England as she struck out nine over seven innings to earn the complete game win over Wesleyan, 3-1. The sophomore surrendered 4 hits in the contest and gave up one run. The next day she made a relief appearance against SUNY Geneseo, in which she struck out the side. Sprague had a 0.88 ERA this week and struck out 12 batters.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Rookie of the Week - Freshman pitcher Maggie Oram (Lexington, Mass.) earned her first collegiate victory for Endicott this week as she tossed a seven-inning complete game shutout against Keene State. She allowed only four hits in the contest. Oram made three additional appearances in the circle and allowed only one earned run for a weekly ERA of 0.38 over 18.2 innings.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Men's Tennis

Other 2017 Men's Tennis Athlete of the Week Winners

Player of the Week - Gordon junior Mason Casady (Santa Barbara, Calif.) went a perfect 5-0 a No. 1 singles and was 4-1 in the No. 1 doubles spot as the Fighting Scots played to a 4-1 week. Casady won all, but one of his singles matches in straight sets. In his match against Millsaps, he did not drop a game, while earning one of Gordon’s two wins in the contest, the only loss for the Fighting Scots this week.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

Rookie of the Week - Thomas Brent (Gorham, Maine) earned two of the three victories in Endicott’s 6-3 loss to Carroll. Playing in the No. 5 singles spot, he was able to earn a win in straight sets (6-2, 6-0). He also picked up a victory as part of the Gulls’ No. 3 doubles pair, grabbing the 8-2 result.

For additional information and other nominees, click HERE.

 

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