Men's Soccer Brings Home A NIAC Championship With A 2-1 Win Over Green Mountain Poultney, VT- The Men's Soccer team defeated the Green Mountain Eagles, 2-1, this afternoon on a wet field to claim the NIAC Championship. The two... Full Story
Falcons Compete in Double NIAC Championship Weekend Boston, MA- On Saturday November 3rd the Men’s and Women’s Soccer teams will be traveling up to Vermont to take on Green Mountain College... Full Story
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Player Of The Week
Jenny-Lynn Eggers - Women's Basketball Week of February 7-14 - Junior forward Jenny-Lynn Eggers (Sonoma, CA) is this week's Player Of The Week for her play in the last four games of the regular season. Over the four game stretch last week, Eggers averaged 13 points and 9 rebounds, including back-to-back double-doubles in the wins over Wheaton College and Green Mountain College. In the NIAC Championship against GMC, Eggers led the Falcons to their first Championship with her 22 point/11 board performance while shooting 71% (10 for 14) from the floor. She also collected 15 offensive rebounds over that stretch and has averaged 3.0 offensive boards this season, good for fourth in the A.I.I. Conference.
Choon-Hee Chae - Women's Basketball Week of Jan 31 - Feb 7- Sophomore guard Choon-Hee Chae is this week's Player Of The Week for her back-to-back 14 point performances off the bench. Aside from the 14-point performances in her two games this week, Chae added nine rebounds in two games including four offensive rebounds while also grabbing three steals and a pair of blocks. In the two games she shot 42% from the floor and was 8 for 8 from the charity stripe.
Kyle Snowden - Men's Basketball Week of Jan 23-30 - Senior captain Kyle Snowden is this week's Player of the Week as he earned a season high 25 points in the 79-66 victory over the Bryant & Stratton Bobcats on Sunday afternoon. The win also snapped the seven-game losing streak as he helped his team earn a much needed victory. In two games this week, Snowden has shot 66% from the floor on 8 for 12 shooting, while shooting an impressive 94% from the free throw line on 17 of 18 shots.
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