Presentation on theme: "Womens Soccer earn NSCAA Silver Ethics award 2 nd year in a row."— Presentation transcript:
Womens Soccer earn NSCAA Silver Ethics award 2 nd year in a row
Jessica Tietgens named to third team Charles Donovan Martin named honorable mention
Jen Wehner December 12 December 20 January 23 February 13 February 20 Alie Dobrovolc November 21 January 16 Jon Greenberg November 29 December 6
Chelsea Beauchemin Amanda Borsotti Brianna Bresett Dary Burgos Kelley Bryant Karrah Chapman Caitlin Culver Robert Dalby Kaitlyn Dano Luke Davis David Eve Lauren Fender Shelby Ferriere Samantha Miller Emily Anne Minns Shane Ortega Danielle Parenteau Andrew Polidoro Nick Raby Carrie Richards Kristen Robillard Ashlee Scofield Ashley Schuster Jessica Smosky Austin Sniezek Kevin Tappin Adam Tarsa Jessica Tietgens Rachel Wright Jessica Gamari Kyle Gonthier Xhirley Gonzalez Jillian Gregoriou Jessica Guay Rebecca Hoyt Emily Johnson Kathryn Johnson Dana Judge Christina Kidd Gabrielle King Amanda Lane Abigail Lindamood Shannon Maloney Hannah Marshman Charles D. Martin
Jen Wehner New England Women's Basketball Association December 15 February 14 Eastern College Athletic Conference December 14 February 15 February 22
Jamal Brown November/ December Alie Dobrovolc
Jon Greenberg January Jen Wehner
Lucy Tremblay February Brendan Kordana
MCLA Men's Basketball won the 2nd annual Tri-State Shootout MCLA, Southern Vermont College, RPI, and the College of St. Joseph's (VT) competed in the Shootout MCLA defeated St. Josephs and RPI to claim the tournament title
Chris Harris 2 nd Team Jon Greenberg 1 st Team Jen Wehner 1 st Team Alie Dobrovolc 1 st Team
Junior center, Jen Wehner led the league in both scoring and rebounding at 17.6 points per game and 14.3 rebounds per game during the regular season, as she also paced the conference with a.557 field goal percentage. She set a program record by collecting 28 rebounds in a game this season. She is the first womens player to receive the Player of the Year award.
Jon Greenberg 1,000 points Jen Wehner 1,000 points
MCLA had most regular season victories in school history Highest MASCAC finish ever (3 rd Place) Earned first ever ECAC Championship Bid
MCLA had their best season since 1999 Earned a two seed in MASCAC tournament Earned first ever ECAC Championship Bid
On January 29 th, the MCLA athletics department hosted over 50 girls and 22 women at their annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day celebration. The event has been celebrated at the MCLA campus for the last 22 years.
Womens Basketball earns their first ever MASCAC tournament champions title raising their banner on opening game night of their 2010-2011 season on November 16 th Womens Soccer adds the year 2010 to their banner on December 9 th after earning regular season MASCAC champions this past fall
On February 8 th, MCLA hosted Think Pink Night. Donations and other money earned on the evening of think pink game was sent into the Kay Yow foundation in accordance with the WBCA.
The MCLA Softball team will open their season on March 12 th against Ohio Wesleyan in Fort Myers, FL The MCLA Baseball season will open their season on March 11 th with a doubleheader against SUNY-IT in Winter Haven, FL