Replay: Fall in review
Men’s cross country
Conner Bourgoin ’16 and Dylan Cooper ’17 each appeared on the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Academic All-Conference list. Wheaton finished fourth at the conference championship, its best placement in NEWMAC Championship races since 2004.
Women’s cross country
Sonrisa O’Toole ’15, Jordan Silva ’16 and Rachel Hawes ’17 each collected NEWMAC Academic All-Conference honors. The blue and white finished third at the NEWMAC Championship, registering their highest finish since 2008.
Dana MacDonald ’15, Sarah McNicholas ’15, Madison Wolters ’15 and Amelia Gage ’17 each received Academic All-Conference honors. Wolters, who was named second team all-conference, finished with a league-best 129 saves. Wheaton won 10 games, the most the team has compiled since posting a 10–9 mark in 2011.
Luke Finkelstein ’15 and Travis Blair ’15 were voted to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Division III All-America first team and third team, respectively. Both players also collected Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III New England Men’s Soccer and NSCAA All-New England Team accolades, while Kevin Davis ’17 appeared on the NSCAA All-New England second team. Wheaton returned to the NCAA Tournament for the second straight season, but fell to the eventual national champions, Tufts University, in the second round.
Kathryn Burleson ’15, Stasia “Stassy” Furber ’16, Caroline Stanclift ’16 and Amanda Brazell ’17 each appeared on the NEWMAC Academic All-Conference team. On September 20, Alexandra Marlowe ’15 claimed her 50th career singles and doubles victory. She is currently ranked No. 24 in the Northeast region via the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. Wheaton appeared in the conference tournament for the 14th straight season, but fell to Mount Holyoke College in the quarterfinals.
Lauren Corigliano ’15 concluded her career in a Wheaton uniform by collecting ECAC Division III New England Women’s Soccer All-Star first team, New England Women’s Intercollegiate Soccer Association (NEWISA) All-New England second team and NSCAA All-New England first team accolades. Wheaton collected its third consecutive NSCAA Team Academic Award and reached the NEWMAC Tournament Championship game for the 14th time in program history.
Deirdre Wilson ’16, an American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-America honorable mention, earned AVCA All-New England Region honors, while being named to the all-conference second team. Colleen Koen ’17 concluded the fall with 147 kills (third on the team)—a single-season mark. Wheaton totaled 1,329 kills (11.56 per set), earning an eighth-place mark in single-season history, too. Robyn D’Agostino ’16, Taylor Matook ’16 and Wilson each earned spots on the NEWMAC Academic All-Conference list, and Wheaton concluded its campaign 18–14 overall, posting its highest win total since 2009 (18–15). The Lyons also compiled 15 or more wins in a season for the 15th time in program history this year and competed in the NEWMAC Tournament for the first time since 2008.