CCC Athletes of the Week (Week Ending Sept. 8, 2019)

CCC Athletes of the Week (Week Ending Sept. 8, 2019)
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - The Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) announced its Athletes of the Week for the week ending Sept. 8 on Monday afternoon. The names of the winners are included below. Click the appropriate link for more information about this week's winners.

Men's Cross Country

Runner of the Week: Jake Hickey, University of New England
Rookie of the Week: Jeff Waters, University of New England
 

Women's Cross Country

Runner of the Week: Emily Wasina, University of New England
Rookie of the Week: Julia Adrian, Endicott
 

Field Hockey

Offensive Player of the Week: Sydney McCarthy, Roger Williams
Defensive Player of the Week: Callie Flanagan, Roger Williams
Rookie of the Week: Mackenzie Doran, Nichols

CCC Football

Offensive Player of the Week: Joe Kalosky, Endicott
Defensive Player of the Week: Bailey Devine-Scott, Western New England
Offensive Rookie of the Week: Randy Morgan, Becker
Defensive Rookie of the Week: Joseph Pagett, Endicott
Special Teams Player of the Week: Kieran Lombard, Western New England

Men's Golf

Player of the Week: Ryan Zogby, Western New England
Rookie of the Week: Colby Mitchell, Nichols
 

Men's Soccer

Offensive Player of the Week: Lee Esposito, University of New England
Defensive Player of the Week: Juan Carlos De La Cruz, Nichols
 

Women's Soccer

Offensive Player of the Week: Jess Poratti, Wentworth
Defensive Player of the Week: Olivia Marcantonio, Nichols
Rookie of the Week: Jenna Park, Salve Regina

Women's Tennis

Player of the Week: Cameron Foley, Endicott
Rookie of the Week: Olivia Berler, Endicott
 

Women's Volleyball

Player of the Week: Colleen McAvoy, Endicott
Libero of the Week: Mackenzie Kennedy, Endicott
Rookie of the Week: Jordan Chapman, Wentworth
 

ABOUT THE COMMONWEALTH COAST CONFERENCE

The Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC), founded in 1984, is an NCAA Division III athletic conference comprised of nine full member and one associate member institutions throughout the New England region. Its membership aims to provide student-athletes with a positive experience in their pursuit of excellence through high academic standards, quality competition, and a meaningful student life. The conference administers championships in 18 intercollegiate sports. In 2020, the conference will expand to 10 full members with the addition of Suffolk University.

 

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