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Hamilton puts 33 on NESCAC All-Academic Team

Posted by Andrea Murphy at Nov 27, 2018 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )

Congratulations to our Alumni (2016) Sam Ratcliffe, Football 

 A total of 33 Hamilton College student-athletes have earned a spot on the 2018 NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2018 NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team

Student-athletes from eight athletic programs (men's and women's cross country, field hockey, football, women's golf, men's and women's soccer and volleyball) were eligible for NESCAC all-academic recognition, which honors sophomores, juniors and seniors who have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 3.50.

The 33 student-athletes included 16 repeat selections; six of them made their third appearance on the fall all-academic team: Matt Casadei '19Sarah Kane '19Claire Kitz '19Levi Lorenzo '19Reilly Shew '19 and Katie Tenefrancia '19.

In addition, Kane made the all-academic team and the field hockey all-conference team this fall.

 MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
Conor Courtney '20 (Litchfield, Conn./Litchfield HS)
Matt Reading '20 (Sudbury, Mass./Lincoln-Sudbury Regional HS)
Reilly Shew '19 (Sudbury, Mass./Lincoln-Sudbury Regional HS)
Chris Skeldon '20 (Wakefield, Mass./Wakefield HS)
Frank Zuroski '20 (Bemus Point, N.Y./Maple Grove HS)

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
Courtney Brunet '20 (Northvale, N.J./Northern Valley Regional HS)
Katie Cronin '21 (Waban, Mass. / Winsor School)
Haley Driscoll '21 (Ridgewood, N.J. / Ridgewood HS)
Grace Heller '19 (Ridgefield, Conn. / Ridgefield HS)
Brigit Humphreys '21 (Sherman, Conn. / New Milford HS)
Mary Lundin '19 (Clarks Summit, Pa. / Scranton Preparatory School)
Maisie Merz '21 (Rochester, N.Y. / Brighton HS)

FIELD HOCKEY
Cat Donahue '21 (Wellesley Hills, Mass. / Wellesley HS)
Sarah Kane '19 (Philadelphia, Pa./Germantown Friends School)
Sarah Pierpont '21 (Cheshire, Conn. / Cheshire HS)

FOOTBALL
Luca Katz '21 (Charlotte, N.C. / Charlotte Country Day School)
Levi Lorenzo '19 (Rochester, N.Y./Brighton HS)
Dana Marrocco '19 (Winchester, Mass. / Deerfield Academy [Mass.])
Sam Ratcliffe '21 (Holliston, Mass. / Holliston HS)

MEN'S SOCCER
Nick Becker '21 (West Hartford, Conn. / William Hall HS)
Matt Casadei '19 (Irvington, N.Y./Irvington HS)
Cam DiGiovanni '20 (Milton, Mass./Milton Academy)
Andrew Kim '21 (Dallas, Pa. / Wyoming Seminary)
Michael Kim '21 (Dallas, Pa. / Wyoming Seminary)
Rowan Myers '19 (Ghent, N.Y./Monument Mountain Regional HS [Mass.])
Jake Samieske '21 (Wayne, N.J. / Wayne Hills HS)

WOMEN'S SOCCER
TT Fletcher '20 (Wayland, Mass./Wayland HS)
Kristin Hughes '20 (South Glastonbury, Conn./Glastonbury HS)
Rachel Pike '21 (Los Angeles, Calif. / The Archer School for Girls)
Katie Tenefrancia '19 (Port Chester, N.Y./Greenwich Academy [Conn.])

VOLLEYBALL
Claire Kitz '19 (Commerce, Mich./Everest Collegiate HS & Academy)
Dorothy Poucher '21 (Jacksonville, Fla. / Episcopal School of Jacksonville)
Kayla Self '21 (Mukilteo, Wash. / Kamiak HS)

Waltham Mass: Bentley University defensive standouts Nick Athy (Holliston/Holliston HS) and Pete Thorbahn (Norwell/Xaverian Bros. HS) were seleted to the 2018 All-Northeast-10 Conference Football first team by the conference's head coaches.

Athy, a senior linebacker, was a repeat honoree on the first team while Thorbahn, a junior corner, earned first-team honors for the first time after being a second-team selection in 2016 and 2017.

Bentley was also represented on the All-Conference listing by senior offensive lineman Matt Boyle (Duxbury/Duxbury HS) and a trio of freshmen, kick returner Isaiah Collins (Dorchester Center/Belmont Hill School) and defensive linemen Cedric Dashiell II (Buena Park, Calif./Buena Park HS) and STeven Paulino (Bergenfield, N.J./Bergenfield HS).

Boyle was selected for the All-NE10 third team while Collins, Dashiell II andPaulino were All-Rookie selections.  Their selection gives Bentley seven All-Rookie team representatives in the last two years.

Athy, A Falcon co-captain and candidate for Google Cloud Academic All-America honors, spent most of his career as a safety before shifting to linebacker midseason.  He was fifth on the team in tackles (46) and also had an interception and a forced fumble.

Athy, who played in every game for the Falcons during his fours season, finished his career with 167 tackles, six interceptions, four fumble recoveries and three forced fumbles.

Thorbahn finished the season second in the NE10 in interceptions with six, and also had a team-best 76 tackles, 1.5 tackles for losses, a fumble recovery and six pass break-ups.  He picked off a pass in five of the last six games and had double-figure tackles in three of the last five contests.

Thorbahn wil enter the 2019 season wtih 13 career interceptions, which is tied for seventh most in program history.  He's also 12 tackles away from 200 for his career.

The 6-foot-2 285-pound Boyle split time between guard and center while starting all ten games.  He cracked the starting unit in 2017, getting the nod at right guard in the final six.

Collins was the third leading kick returner in the Northeast-10, averaging 25.3 yards on 25 returns.  He had a long of 82 yards at SAint Anselm and his 633 kick return yards led the conference.

The 240-pound DAshiell II saw action in every game with four starts and totaled 36 tackles, 5.5 tackles for losses and forced fumble.

Paulino, also a 240-pounder, started six times and cambe off the bench in the team's other four games.  He finished his rookie year with 30 tackles, including two for losses.

Bentley closed out the season with three wins in it final four games for a record of 4-6. 

 

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Junior running back added Dylan Ibbitson 120 rushing yards as Holliston (9-1, 5-0 TVL) rushed for 275 yards and held Westwood to only 35 total yards.

Sophomore Tristan Benson rushed for 134 yards and two rushing touchdowns as visiting Holliston shut out Westwood, 29-0, in its annual Thanksgiving Day game on Thursday.

“We’re extremely proud of our kids for what they were able to accomplish this year,” said Holliston coach Todd Kiley.

Junior running back added Dylan Ibbitson 120 rushing yards as Holliston (9-1, 5-0 TVL) rushed for 275 yards and held Westwood to only 35 total yards.

“This is a somewhat small (senior) group but they brought a lot to the table, led by Will Crowley and Scott Elliott, our two captains,” Kiley said. “Just outstanding leaders and took this team and put them on their back and we were able to do what we did this year. We had one little bump in the road against Scituate. Other than that we had a fantastic season.

“Looks good for next year,” Kiley added. “We have 14 returning starting positions. We’re excited for that as well but extremely happy for these seniors and the legacy they left.”

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Scituate 57 Holliston 34

Posted by Andrea Murphy at Nov 2, 2018 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

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SCITUATE 57, HOLLISTON 34: Junior quarterback Matt Arvanitis rushed for two touchdowns and went 18-for-36 for 246 yards with two interceptions as second-seed Holliston (7-1) fell to third-seeded Scituate in the Division 5 South Semifinals.

Senior wide receiver Anthony Dzindolet caught six passes for 96 yards for the Panthers and sophomore running back Tristan Benson rushed for 81 yards and two touchdowns in the loss.

Scituate running back Will Sheskey rushed for 229 yards and three touchdowns while quarterback Aiden Sullivan threw four touchdowns and one interception in the win.

Both teams combined for 946 total yards of offense.

Holliston’s next game is TBD.

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Player of the Week- Somerset Berkley

Posted by Andrea Murphy at Oct 26, 2018 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

#10 Topher Ryan, #50 Sam Lynch, #72 Scott Elliott, #54 Ryan Burchard, #55 Zack Athy, #57 Will Crowley, #4 Conner Mulvaney

This Weeks Player of the Week-  Our oh so awesome Offensive line.  This group has led us all year and are the heart and soul of our amazing offense.  Great job tonight guys! 

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