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2012 – 2013 Year in Review

- The Northeast-10 Conference sponsored championships in 23 sports during the 2012-2013 academic school year. 4,245 student-athletes participated in NE-10 Championships during the year. Stonehill led the way with four conference championships, UMass Lowell, New Haven, Southern Connecticut, and New Haven each won three NE-10 crowns. - Le Moyne’s Men’s Lacrosse team and Southern Connecticut’s Amanda Thomas won national titles during the 2012-2013 academic year. Thomas won her third consecutive national title in the 200-yard Individual Medley at the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships in March, while Le Moyne took home the hardware in Philadelphia, Pa. in May. - Eight programs representing the NE-10 Conference advanced to at least the National Quarterfinals of their respective sports during the 2012-2013 school year (see following page). Le Moyne’s Men’s Lacrosse team won a national title, while UMass Lowell’s Field Hockey team advanced to the national finals.

  In  March,  Southern  Connecticut’s  Amanda  Thomas  capped   off  her  storied  career  with  her  fourth  national  title  at  the  NCAA   Championships  in  Birmingham,  Alabama.    Thomas  won  the  200-­‐ yard  individual  medley  for  the  third  consecutive  year,  and  was   recognized  as  the  NCAA  Swimmer  of  the  Meet  for  the  second   consecutive  year.     Following  her  collegiate  career  as  one  of  the  most  decorated   swimmers  in  NCAA  Division  II  history,  Thomas  was  tabbed  to  host   the  second  installment  of  ‘This  is  the  Northeast-­‐10’  for  the   conference.    Her  performance  in  front  of  the  camera  rivaled  that  of   her  efforts  in  the  water.  


National Champions Le Moyne Men’s Lacrosse

National Finalists UMass Lowell Field Hockey

National Semifinalists Adelphi Men’s Lacrosse Adelphi Women’s Lacrosse Merrimack Field Hockey Saint Rose Women’s Soccer

National Quarterfinalists Franklin Pierce Baseball Franklin Pierce Men’s Basketball New Haven Volleyball Southern New Hampshire Men’s Soccer


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Sport Excellence Awards Honoring Top Scholar-Athlete in Each Sport Me n’s Bask etball Kevin Donahue, Assumption* Wo me n’s Bask etball Lauren Battista, Bentley* Me n’s C ro ss Country John Drago, Bentley Wo me n’s Cro ss Count ry Caroline McBride, Stonehill Field Hoc key Rachel McCarthy, UMass Lowell Foo tball Michael Bates, Assumption Ice H ock ey Dana Borges, Stonehill* Me n’s So cce r Weston Zeiner, Bentley Wo me n’s So ccer Carmelina Puopolo, Saint Rose Me n’s Swimming & D iving Scott Thieke, Le Moyne Wo me n’s Swimming & D iv ing Caitlin Brauer, Saint Rose Me n’s Indoor Track & Fie ld A.J. Guerra, Southern Connecticut Wo me n’s Indoor Track & Fie ld Starr Nathan, American International Volley ball Natasha Ray, Franklin Pierce * Indicates Repeat Winner

- In October, the NCAA released Division II graduation rate information, including the division's Academic Success Rate (ASR). 13 of the Northeast-10 Conference's 16 member institutions surpassed the national average. Seven members achieved an ASR of 90% or better, with Saint Michael's (98%), Stonehill (97%), and Assumption (95%) all among the top ten nationally. Saint Michael's ASR of 98% ranks them fourth in all of Division II, while Stonehill's total of 97% places them tied for fifth. - A total of 155 student-athletes during the fall and winter semesters were Academic All-Conference selections. To be eligible for this distinction, a studentathlete must possess at least a 3.30 grade point average and have participated in at least half of the team’s competitions and be a significant contributor. Women’s soccer led the way with 21 honorees, with women’s lacrosse in second place with 21 Academic AllConference selections. - Bentley led the way with 21 Academic All-Conference selections, followed by Southern Connecticut (19) and Stonehill (17). Each of the conference’s 16 members had at least four studentathletes recognized with this honor.


- 3,186 student-athletes in the fall semester, representing each of the conference’s 16 member institutions, achieved grade point averages of 3.0 or above during the 2012-13 school year and were named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. That number comprises 53.5% of all student-athletes in Northeast-10 sponsored sports, and marks an increase of more than 250 studentathletes from last year at the same time. - Of the nearly 3,200 student-athletes that were named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll in the Fall, 138 achieved a perfect grade point average of 4.0 and 45% (1,434) had a GPA of at least 3.5. - Adelphi University graduate Erika Loomer, a former volleyball student-athlete, was awarded an NCAA Women's Enhancement Program Postgraduate scholarship. The NCAA awarded 13 women's enhancement program postgraduate scholarships. Of the 213 women selected, Loomer was the only Division II athlete selected, and one of just two non Division-I recipients.

Kyra Meli The College of Saint Rose The College of Saint Rose sophomore back Kyra Meli was recognized at the 2012 Women’s Soccer Championship as the winner of the NCAA’s Elite 89™ award. The award pays tribute to the studentathlete at every NCAA Championship with the highest overall grade point average of any of the competitors participating at the championship event. Meli helped the Golden Knights advance to the National Semifinals after defeating West Chester, 4-1 in a quarterfinal game. Saint Rose was defeated by eventual national champion West Florida in the National Semifinals, 2-1, and ended the year with a mark of 20-3-2.

2012-­‐2013 CoSIDA  /  Capital  One  Academic  All-­‐Americans   Lauren Battista, Bentley*

Women’s Basketball

Weston Zeiner, Bentley*

Men’s Soccer

Megan Olsen, Saint Michael’s

Women’s Basketball

Dominykas Milka, Saint Rose

Men’s Basketball

Carmelina Puopolo, Saint Rose

Women’s Soccer

Brittany Bucko, So. Connecticut

Softball

Daniela Abruzzese, So. New Hampshire

Women’s Soccer

Jordan Branco, So. New Hampshire

Men’s Soccer

Austin Britt, So. New Hampshire

Men’s Soccer

* Indicates Repeat Honoree


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Team IMPACT Partnership In October, the Northeast-10 Conference entered into a working partnership with Team IMPACT to support, encourage, and promote the non-profit organization. Currently, 12 NE-10 members have made 40 matches with Team IMPACT students and as you can see from some of the photos below, the results so far have been awesome.

- The Northeast-10 and its 6,000+ studentathletes continued to be a force in the community during the 2012-13 academic year. - During the year, NE-10 student-athletes volunteered for a number of causes in their communities. Among those efforts supported by our student-athletes were: -- Food drives -- Helping out at clinics with schools and local children -- Local walks and 5K’s -- Raising money for Make-A-Wish -- Support in the wake of Superstorm Sandy -- Susan G. Komen Foundation -- Team IMPACT - In April, Tucker Mullin, a senior forward on the Saint Anselm men's ice hockey team, was selected as the recipient of the Hockey Humanitarian Award. The Award is awarded annually to college hockey's finest citizen and seeks to recognize college hockey players who give back to their communities in the true humanitarian spirit. Mullin was nominated as a result of his many charitable endeavors that he has undertaken over the previous four seasons. The senior forward co-founded the Thomas E. Smith Fight to Cure Paralysis foundation, a non-profit organization, which benefits those affected by and living with paralysis through emotional and financial support.


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St onehill college Men’s & Women’s NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIOns NCAA Championship Participants [Date]

And the award goes to…

• Six teams, and student-athletes from five additional programs, represented the Northeast-10 at the 2012 NCAA Championship meet. Adelphi, Saint Rose, and Stonehill’s women’s teams as well as American Int’l, Bentley, and Stonehill’s men’s teams all competed at the meet. • American Int’l’s Jeptui Cherutich and UMass Lowell’s Jeff Veiga were named the East Region Athletes of the Year. Adelphi’s Katie Rees and Bentley’s Kevin Curtin were recognized as Region Coaches of the Year. • In November, Stonehill raised over $1,500 to donate to Joplin, Mo. And the Missouri Southern Tornado Relief Fund.

ATHLETES OF THE YEAR Michael Biwott – American International Jeptui Cherutich – American International ROOKIES OF THE YEAR Michael Biwott – American International Kerry Phelan - Merrimack MEN’S/WOMEN’S COACH OF THE YEAR Karen Boen – Stonehill  


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University of Massach usetts Lowell NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NATIONAL finalist

• Three teams representing the Northeast-10 Conference were selected to participate in the 2012 NCAA Tournament. Bentley, UMass Lowell, and Merrimack all competed, with the River Hawks advancing to the national title game. They fell to West Chester in the national finals. • The National Field Hockey Coaches Association named 12 studentathletes from the NE-10 Longstretch All-Americans. Four were First Team honorees, including Player of the Year, Rachel McCarthy. • Merrimack’s Candace Waldie was selected as a Division II Woman of the Year finalist by the CWSA. • LIU Post will become an associate member in the sport beginning in 2013.

[Date] And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR Rachel McCarthy – UMass Lowell ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Molly Cuevas - Adelphi GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR Kerri Bergquist - Merrimack DEFENSIVE PL AYER OF THE YEAR Sarah Wilcox – UMass Lowell COACH OF THE YEAR Annie Lahey - Assumption


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UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAV EN NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NCAA PARTICIPANT

• New Haven won the inaugural NE10 Championship game over American International this past fall. The Chargers also earned a first-round bye and a No. 2 seed in the NCAA Championship. • New Haven head coach Peter Rossomando was named the 2012 Division II Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year. • Six Northeast-10 student-athletes signed NFL deals or received minicamp invitations following April’s NFL Draft. Two notable signings were New Haven WR Jason Thompson (Redskins) and Merrimack WR Isaiah Voegeli (Eagles). • LIU Post will join the NE-10 as an associate member in 2013.

And the award goes to… MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Isaiah Voegeli – Merrimack OFFENSIVE PL AYER OF THE YEAR Joe Clancy - Merrimack DEFENSIVE PL AYER OF THE YEAR Raheem Stanley – New Haven OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR David Stedman – New Haven DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE YEAR Tom Herd – New Haven ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Andrew Murphy – Saint Anselm COACH OF THE YEAR Peter Rossomando – New Haven


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Adelphi university NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NCAA participant

• Four NE-10 teams were selected to compete in the 2013 NCAA Championship East/Atlantic Regional: Adelphi, American International, Bentley and UMass Lowell.

And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR Ryan Snouffer - Adelphi ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

• Bentley’s Matt Michel and Dan McQueen both earned Capital One Academic All-District At-Large honors. • Matt Michel was honored with the prestigious Guy Tedesco Award by the NEIGA back in October. • Adelphi freshman Ryan Snouffer was named the 2012 Northeast10 Player and Rookie of the Year after shooting a match low 7370—143 at the conference championship.

Ryan Snouffer - Adelphi COACH OF THE YEAR Janzten Vargas – Adelphi


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Southern New Hampshire UNIVERSITY NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NATIONAL quarterfinalist

• Four teams representing the NE-10 were selected to compete in the 2012 NCAA Tournament: Franklin Pierce, UMass Lowell, Merrimack, and Southern New Hampshire. The Penmen advanced to the East Regional final, falling to Mercyhurst in the National Quarterfinal round. • Three student-athletes were named to the Capital One Academic All America team. Bentley’s Weston Zeiner was a First Team selection, while So. New Hampshire’s Jordan Branco (Second Team) and Austin Britt (Third Team) were also honored. • Three student-athletes from the NE10 signed professional careers following the season.

And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR Franklin Lemus Pena - Merrimack ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Nico Mueller – Franklin Pierce GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR Jose Silva - Merrimack DEFENSIVE PL AYER OF THE YEAR Weston Zeiner - Bentley


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Southern New Hampshire UNIVERSITY NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NCAA PARTICIPANT

• Three NE-10 teams were selected to compete in the 2012 NCAA Tournament in American International, Saint Rose and Southern New Hampshire. Saint Rose advanced to the National Semifinals in Evans, Georgia. • Two student-athletes earned Capital One Academic All-America honors, as Saint Rose’s Carmelina Puopolo and So. New Hampshire’s Daniela Abruzzese were both Second Team selections. • Carmelina Puopolo also earned Daktronics East Region Player of the Year honors. • Saint Rose’s Kyra Meli received the prestigious Elite 89 Award, given to the student-athlete with the highest GPA at each NCAA Championship.

And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR Allie Fitzsimmons – American International ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Hannah Weagle – Franklin Pierce GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR Amy Wheaton - Stonehill DEFENSIVE PL AYER OF THE YEAR Allie Fitzsimmons – American International COACH OF THE YEAR Matt Johnson – American International    


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UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAV EN NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NCAA EAST REGIONAL CHAMPION

• Three NE-10 teams were selected to compete in the 2012 NCAA Tournament in Adelphi, Franklin Pierce and New Haven.

And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR Keidy Candelaria – New Haven

• New Haven hosted and won the East Regional Championship to advance to the Elite Eight in Pensacola, Fla. It was the Chargers’ first regional title since 2008.

SETTER OF THE YEAR Kaulana Ane – New Haven LIBERO OF THE YEAR Elyse Rowland – Pace ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Kristen Lee – New Haven

• Northeast-10 Player of the Year Keidy Candelaria was also named the Daktronics East Regional Player of the Year. • Former Adelphi volleyball student-athlete Erika Loomer received one of 13 NCAA Women’s Enhancement Postgrad Scholarships in February.

COACH OF THE YEAR Stephanie Dragan – Franklin Pierce


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Southern New Hampshire University NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NCAA Tournament Participant [Date]

• Five teams representing the Northeast-10 received bids and competed in the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Franklin Pierce won the East Regional and advanced to the National Quarterfinals in Louisville, Ky.

And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR Eric Jean-Guillaume – Franklin Pierce ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Mike McCahey – Saint Anselm

• Saint Rose’s Dominykas Milka was named a Capital One Academic AllAmerican.

DEFENSIVE PL AYER OF THE YEAR

• Assumption’s Terrance Bobb-Jones had his dunk featured on SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays in November.

Keith Dickson – Saint Anselm

• Franklin Pierce’s Eric JeanGuillaume was named NE-10 Player of the Year for the second straight season.

• Saint Anselm head coach Keith Dickson won his 500th career game in January.    

Eric Anderson – New Haven COACH OF THE YEAR


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BENTLEY UNIVERSITY NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NCAA EAST REGION FINALIST

• Four Northeast-10 Teams competed at the NCAA East Regional: Assumption, Bentley, Franklin Pierce and Stonehill.

And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR Bianca Simmons – UMass Lowell

• Bentley advanced to its third straight regional title game, where it fell to eventual national runner-up Dowling.

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Jackie Beathea – Southern Connecticut DEFENSIVE PL AYER OF THE YEAR Tiffany Johnson – Franklin Pierce

• Bentley junior Lauren Battista and Saint Michael’s senior Megan Olsen were both named Capital One Academic All-America by CoSIDA. • Bentley head coach Barbara Stevens was named the 2013 Russell Athletic/WBCA Division II Coach of the Year. • Former Franklin Pierce star Johannah Leedham was named to the NCAA Division II 40th Anniversary Tribute Team.

COACH OF THE YEAR Trisha Brown – Stonehill  


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Saint Anselm College NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS

• Saint Anselm won their fourth consecutive Northeast-10 Conference championship in March. • Saint Anselm’s Tucker Mullin was awarded the BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hockey Humanitarian Award at the NCAA Frozen Four in March. He became just the third non-Division I winner of the award in its 18-year history. Mullin, a three-time finalist, earned the award for his charitable work as the co-founder of the Thomas E. Smith Fight to Cure Paralysis Foundation, as well as his commitment to and work with Team IMPACT. • Southern New Hampshire’s ice hockey team helped raise $1,500 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, through their association with Team IMPACT.    

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And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR Mike Richard – Saint Anselm ROOKIE OF THE YEAR James Gabrione – Southern New Hampshire GOALTENDER OF THE YEAR Dave O’Brien – Franklin Pierce DEFENSIVE PL AYER OF THE YEAR Greg Merrill – Saint Anselm COACH OF THE YEAR Jaymie Harrington – Franklin Pierce  


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SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT ST ATE UNIVERSITY

NORTHEAST-10 men’s & WOMEN’s CHAMPIONS

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• A total of 18 Northeast-10 student-athletes qualified for the NCAA Championships in Birmingham, Ala.

And the award goes to… WOMEN’S SWIMMER OF THE YEAR Amanda Thomas – Southern Connecticut

• So. Connecticut senior Amanda Thomas won the national title in the 200 IM for the third straight year. She was also named the NCAA Swimmer of the Meet for the second straight year.

MEN’S SWIMMER OF THE YEAR Raymond Cswerko - Southern Connecticut WOMEN’S DIVER OF THE YEAR Nicola Mancini – Bentley MEN’S DIVER OF THE YEAR Josh Byrne – Le Moyne

• Bentley sent four women’s divers to nationals on the 3meter board.

WOMEN’S ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Tara O’Donnell – Le Moyne MEN’S ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Louis Geist - Southern Connecticut WOMEN’S/MEN’S COACH OF THE YEAR Tim Quill – Southern Connecticut WOMEN’S DIVING COACH OF THE YEAR Rick Danehy – Bentley MEN’S DIVING COACH OF THE YEAR Jack Gibbons – Le Moyne  


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Men’s Ch ampions – STONEHILL Coll ege WOMen’s Ch ampions – university of massachusetts low ell

• Stonehill won its first-ever Northeast-10 Men’s Indoor Track & Field Championship in February. • 42 Northeast-10 studentathletes representing seven schools were selected to compete at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships in Birmingam, Ala. this past March. • At NCAAs, UMass Lowell posted 14 All-America performances from five individuals and four relays. New Haven and American Int’l had three apiece, while NE-10 Athletes of the Year Corey Thomas and Ada Udaya had two each.

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And the  award  goes  to…   ATHLETES OF THE YEAR Corey Thomas - Stonehill Ada Udaya – New Haven ROOKIES OF THE YEAR Michael Biwott – American International Noelia Figuereo – Merrimack MEN’S COACH OF THE YEAR John Wallin – Southern Connecticut WOMEN’S COACH OF THE YEAR Gary Gardner – UMass Lowell  


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University of New Hav en NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NCAA REGIONAL PARTICIPANT

• Franklin Pierce won its sixth-ever regional title in Manchester, N.H. to advance to the Division II College World Series in Cary, N.C.

And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR Casey Cotter – Merrimack PITCHER OF THE YEAR Trevor Graham – Franklin Pierce ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

• New Haven claimed its first-ever Northeast-10 Championship to earn the automatic qualifier to the NCAA East Regional Tournament.

Frank Crinella – Merrimack BOB BELLIZZI COACH OF THE YEAR Bob DeFelice – Bentley

• Southern New Hampshire hosted the NCAA East Regional and was one of three NE-10 teams to earn at-large bids, along with Franklin Pierce and Pace. • Franklin Pierce righthander Trevor Graham was named East Region Pitcher of the Year by Daktronics and the ABCA.


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Le Moyne College NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NCAA National CHAMPIONS

• Le Moyne capped off their remarkable season with 10 consecutive wins, including the Northeast-10 Conference Championship and the National Title. The title game was played at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa. in front of an estimated 8,000 fans. The Dolphins defeated Mercyhurst, 1110, in the title game. • Two teams from the Northeast-10 received bids to participate in the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Both Adelphi and Le Moyne advanced to the national semifinals as Le Moyne went on to win the title. • Merrimack’s Corey Lunney was named USILA National Player of the Year, and 12 student-athletes representing the NE-10 were named All-Americans.

And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR Corey Lunney - Merrimack ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Salvatore Tuttle - Adelphi GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR Connor Reagan - Merrimack DEFENSIVE PL AYER OF THE YEAR Brandon Waiter - Merrimack COACH OF THE YEAR Pat Ivory – Saint Michael’s


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Le moyne College NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NCAA PARTICIPANT [Date]

And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR

• Adelphi, Le Moyne and Stonehill all earned 2013 NCAA berths this past spring, with Adelphi advancing to the National Semifinals in Owings Mills, Md.

Kathleen Conese – Le Moyne ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Rachel O’Brien – Adelphi MIDFIELDER OF THE YEAR Kelsey Reilly – Stonehill GOALKEEPER OF THE YEAR

• Twenty Northeast-10 studentathletes received IWLCA AllRegion honors, 10 of which also garnered IWLCA All-American honors as well.

Ally Dorman – Bentley DEFENSIVE PL AYER OF THE YEAR Rachel Resnick – New Haven COACH OF THE YEAR Holly Drown – Saint Anselm

• Adelphi junior Devan Crimi and Stonehill senior Kayla Green earned Capital One Academic All-District At-Large honors in May for their combined performances on the field and in the classroom.


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ADELPHI University NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NCAA Championship Super Regional Finalists

• Three teams from the Northeast10 were selected to compete at the 2013 NCAA Championship. Adelphi, New Haven, and Southern Connecticut all won at least one game during the tournament with Adelphi advancing to the East Super Regional Finals. • Assumption’s Tanya Robidoux and Southern Connecticut’s Brittany Bucko both earned Capital One Academic All District recognition for their efforts on the field and in the classroom. • It was a season of ‘firsts’ in the NE-10, as it marked the first year the teams used Divisional play and the first year the conference championship was a single elimination event.

And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR Christina Gelardi – New Haven PITCHER OF THE YEAR Ali Maloof – Southern New Hampshire ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Kirsten Trotta – Le Moyne COACH OF THE YEAR Deb Robitaille – Southern New Hampshire  


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Mer rimac k College NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NCAA Tournament Participant [Date]

• Two teams representing the Northeast-10 competed at the 2013 NCAA Championships. Both Merrimack and Southern New Hampshire earned bids. The Warriors advanced to the second round, while the Penmen lost in round one. • Merrimack finished the NE-10 portion of their schedule undefeated for the second consecutive season. • The ITA named Bentley’s Jimmy Rindo the winner of the 2012-13 East Region Arthur Ashe Award. The award recognizes sportsmanship and leadership. He became the third Bentley player in the last four years to win the award.

And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR Cass Schwab – American International ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Cass Schwab – American International COACH OF THE YEAR Greg Coache – Southern New Hampshire  


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St onehill College NORTHEAST-10 CHAMPIONS NCAA Tournament Participant [Date]

• Two teams representing the Northeast-10 competed at the 2013 NCAA Championships. Both Southern New Hampshire and Stonehill earned bids.

And the award goes to… PLAYER OF THE YEAR Alena Mukdaprakorn – Southern New Hampshire

• Southern New Hampshire finished the Northeast-10 portion of its schedule undefeated. • The ITA named Stonehill’s Paige Frost the National Winner of the 2012-13 Arthur Ashe Award. The award recognizes sportsmanship and leadership in the sport. Frost also was the East Region recipient of the award. • Mukdaprakorn was named NE-10 Player of the Year for the second straight season.

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Manon Janin – American International COACH OF THE YEAR Greg Coache – Southern New Hampshire  


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Men’s Champ ions – Southern Connecticut St ate University Wom en’s Ch ampion s – University of Massachuset ts Lowell

• Southern Connecticut’s men’s team won it’s eleventh straight NE-10 title, while UMass Lowell’s women’s team won it’s second straight championship.

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And the award goes to… ATHLETES OF THE YEAR David Thomas – New Haven Ada Udaya – New Haven ROOKIES OF THE YEAR

• 44 student-athletes representing eight schools from the Northeast10 Conference were selected to compete at the 2013 NCAA Championship Meet. • 33 student-athletes achieved AllAmerican status at the NCAA Championship meet in Pueblo, Colo. in May. American International’s Glarius Rop had two 2nd place finishes at the Championships (5,000 meters & 10,000 meters).  

Michael Biwott – American International Britt Bryant – American International MEN’S COACH OF THE YEAR John Wallin – Southern Connecticut WOMEN’S COACH OF THE YEAR Gary Gardner – UMass Lowell

2012-13 Northeast-10 Year-in-Review  

2012-13 Northeast-10 Year-in-Review

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