Field Hockey, Men's Soccer, Women's Soccer Receive
, Nov. 11, 2003 – Springfield College placed six student-athletes on the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) All-Conference teams in field hockey and men’s soccer.
Junior back Kim Stevens
was voted to the NEWMAC Field Hockey All-Conference First Team, while senior midfielder Brianne Tompkins
and sophomore midfielder Sarah Brooker
were NEWMAC second-team all-conference selections.
, a native of North Knox, Maine
, finished tied for sixth in the conference in goals (10) and tied for ninth in assists (six). Stevens led the Pride in points (26) as well as goals and assists.
, a resident of Stormville, N.Y.
, finished tied for 10th in the conference in goals (eight). Tompkins was second on the team in points (17) and goals.
, who hails from Auburn, Maine
, finished tied for first on the squad in game-winning goals (two), and third in points (15) and goals (seven).
Springfield College earned the No. 2 seed in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III New England Field Hockey Tournament. The Pride (14-9) hosts Endicott on Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.
Senior forward Ryan Lavner
was named to the NEWMAC All-Conference Second Team.
, from Shrewsbury, Mass.
, led the Pride in points (13), assists (three) and tied for first in goals (five). SC finished the season with a 4-11-3 (1-3-2 NEWMAC) record.
Junior forward Molly Desroches
was voted to the NEWMAC Women’s Soccer All-Conference First Team while senior midfielder Laura Harwood
was a NEWMAC second-team all-conference selections.
, a native of Belchertown, Mass.
, earned NEWMAC Player of the Week honors (Nov. 3) after scoring twice in a 4-1 win over Babson (Nov. 1). Desroches led the Pride in points (19) and goals (eight). Desroches also had four game-winners and had six goals in conference action.
, who hails from Longmeadow, Mass.
, finished with a team-leading six assists, third on the Pride in points (12), and tied for third in goals (three). She scored the game-winning goal in the 94th minute to cap a come-from-behind 3-2 win at Clark (Oct. 25).
The Pride finished with a 10-9-2 (6-3-1 NEWMAC) record.
Head Coach John Gibson
John Gibson, a native of London, England, enters his 14th season as head women's soccer at Springfield College in the fall of 2013. Gibson has led the Pride to the NCAA Tournament in six of the last eight years and has established the Pride as one of the top programs in the country. His clubs have registered an impressive a 165-75-21 record.
Contact Head John Gibson
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