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Scott Douglas
Men’s Soccer, Attacker

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Douglas was named to the first-team all-LEC.

He was also awarded the LEC Golden Boot for leading the league in goals scored, with 14.

After a slow start to the season due to injury, Douglas emerged as the Owls top scorer with three hat tricks and five game-winning goals on the year.

His most important performance came in the form of his hat trick in the Little East Conference tournament semifinal game where his overtime goal lifted the Owls over Rhode Island College.

The team compiled an 11-8-1 record on the year, 5-2 in Little East Conference play.

KSC was seeded second in the conference tournament, made it to the finals, but was defeated by Eastern Connecticut State University 1-0.



Elizabeth Coffin
Field Hockey, Attacker

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Coffin proved to be a dominant senior leader for KSC field hockey, leading the team to a successful season.

Coffin was the center of the Owls offense, leading the team in goals, assists, and points.

Coffin led the Little East Conference in goals scored with 23 and was second in assists with nine.

In addition, she led the conference in points with 55.

Coffin led the Owls to a 20-5 record, and a perfect 11-0 mark in the LEC.

As the top seed in the LEC tournament KSC claimed its LEC title since 2008 with a 2-0 victory over in-state rival Plymouth State.

Coffin scored the first goal in KSC’s 2-0 victory over Endicott College in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

The win marked the team’s first victory in the NCAA tournament in the program’s history.



Courtney Cirillo
Women’s Basketball, Forward

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Cirillo became the sixteenth KSC women’s basketball player to reach 1,000 points in their careers.

She finished her career with 1,213 points, ninth all-time KSC scoring, and 753 rebounds, fourth all-time among KSC players.

She averaged 15.2 points, 8.8 rebounds, and 3.2 assists per game for the Owls this season.

She was named to the D3hoops.com all-region team, and to the NCAA fourth all-region team.

Cirillo led the Owls to the third seed in the LEC tournament and an appearance in the semifinals. Also, as the top seed in the Eastern College Athletic Conference tournament, KSC made an appearance in the finals, where they were defeated 65-57 to Smith College.

The Owls finished with a 19-10 overall record, 9-5 in the Little East Conference.


Drew Ledwith
Men’s Swimming and Diving, Freestyle

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Ledwith claimed two all-American awards at the NCAA Swimming Championships this year.

He finished second in the 1,650-yard freestyle swim with a school record-setting time of   15:18.70 and fifth in the 500-yard freestyle swim with a time of 4:30.38.

Ledwith became the Keene State College’s first three-time all-American swimmer.

Ledwith is only one step away from a national championship and has two years left at KSC.

He was also competed in the 400-yard individual medley and the 400 and 800 yard freestyle relays and the 400-yard medley relay.

Ledwith competed with teammates Austin Harris, Jared Hyde and James Black to finish 14 in the 400-yard freestyle relay, earning honorable mention all-American honors.


Glenn Guilmette
Men’s Track and Field, Javelin

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Guilmette threw for his personal record of 208’1” with his first throw of the season.

He is currently chasing KSC alumnus Dan Colina’s record.

He is on only 5’10” short of the KSC school record in the javelin.

The throw was good enough to qualify him for the ECAC Championships and looking to make a return trip the Division III NCAA Championships.

Guilmette will look to better his seventh place finish at last year’s Division III NCAA Championships.

He is also currently ranked fifth among Division III athletes in the javelin and finished first in the javelin for the Owls at both the Westfield State Invitational and Tufts Invitational meets.

He won both meets by nearly 20 feet each.


Haley Chandler
Softball, Centerfield

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Chandler has been a leader for the Owls so far this season, helping them to a 10-4 record, which included a nine-game winning streak.

Chandler has played and started in all 14 games for the Owls so far this season.

Chandler has been an all-around player for the Owls, ranking in the top two in all the major statistical categories for the team.

Batting third in KSC’s batting lineup, Chandler has a .391 batting average and has compiled three home runs and 11 RBIs.

Chandler has been the Owl’s best big-bat with a .761 slugging percentage.

Her presence as both a contact and power hitter in a key position in the Owls’ line-up has made her a crucial part of their offense.

Chandler is coming off a successful all-LEC and all-ECAC junior season.


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