CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Eight Commonwealth Coast Football (CCC Football) student-athletes were selected to the 2019 New England Football Writers (NEFW) College Division All-New England Team as announced by the organization Monday (Nov. 25) afternoon.
CCC Football’s eight selections was the most among DIII conferences, trailing only Division II Northeast-10’s nine picks. New England Bowl Champion Endicott, led all schools with three honorees.
Two of the Endicott trio earned their second-straight NEFW All-Star Selections as Kha-lil Goodman (Bellmore, N.Y.) was once again selected to the offensive line and Nick DiCairano (Trumbull, Conn.) was once again the All-New England kicker. CCC Football Offensive Player of the Year Joe Kalosky (Plymouth, Conn.) was the quarterback selected to the team.
CCC Football Champion Western New England had two representatives named to the team with Defensive Player of the Year Erich Keutmann (Washingtonville, N.Y.) and Bailey Devine-Scott (Wattle Grove, Australia) earning spots.
Salve Regina also had a pair of student-athletes picked with Defensive Player of the Year Matt Messner (Midland Park, N.J.) and running back Joey Mauriello (Colts Neck, N.J.) both being honored.
Husson’s Tyler Halls (Lisbon, Maine) rounded out the group of eight with his selection at wide receiver.
The team will be honored at the New England Football Writers Captains and Awards Banquet on Thursday, Dec. 12, at Rosaria Restaurant and Function Facility in Saugus, Mass.
Tickets are $60/person and are available only by credit card at https://newenglandfootballwriters.com/captains‐%26‐awards‐banquet.
People interested in attending should contact Dick Lipe at Bentley University at 781‐891‐2334 so tables can be assigned.
ABOUT COMMONWEALTH COAST FOOTBALL
Commonwealth Coast Football (CCC Football) is a single-sport football conference operating under the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) umbrella. The league has been in operation since 1965 (formerly as the New England Football Conference (NEFC)). The league consists of eight members – Becker, Curry, Endicott, Husson, Nichols, Salve Regina, the University of New England, and Western New England.