Fall Post Season GNAC Accolades
Waryas Headlines Monks’ 2022 All-Conference List
The Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) field hockey postseason awards have been announced and five Saint Joseph’s College players have earned accolades.
Freshman Maya Waryas (Bellows Falls, Vt.) highlights the list of Monks’ honorees after collecting GNAC Rookie of the Year, Second Team All-GNAC, and GNAC All-Rookie Team accolades.
Senior Morgan Dalton (Livermore Falls, Maine) is a First Team selection while Waryas and seniors Alexa Gutowski (North Conway, N.H.) and Molly McCluskey (Orono, Maine) have been listed on the Second Team. Senior Aimee Adams (Gardiner, Maine) rounds out the group of SJC selections as a Third Team honoree.
Sylvester & Briones Earn GNAC Postseason Accolades
The Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) women’s volleyball postseason honors have been released and a pair of Saint Joseph’s College players have earned accolades.
Sophomore Maggie Sylvester (Barrington, N.H.) has garnered Third Team All-GNAC honors and freshman Victoria Briones (El Paso, Texas) is listed on the GNAC All-Rookie Team.
Sylvester earns the first All-Conference honor of her college career after posting 198 kills in 592 attempts for a .145 attack rate with 215 digs and 20 total blocks in 24 matches (89 sets) during her sophomore season.
Briones takes home GNAC All-Rookie Team accolades after registering one of the finest rookie seasons in the program’s recent history.
Four SJC Women’s Soccer Players Earn All-Conference Honors
The Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) women’s soccer postseason accolades have been released and four Saint Joseph’s College players have been honored.
Senior Keelin Sweeney (Hollis, Maine) has earned First Team honors while senior Madison Michaud (Presque Isle, Maine) is listed on the Second Team and first-year Lelia Weir (Bar Harbor, Maine) has claimed Third Team All-GNAC accolades. Weir and Sydney Gallop (Hermon, Maine) have also collected GNAC All-Rookie Team honors.
Riley Named GNAC Coach of the Year
The Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) golf postseason accolades have been announced and Saint Joseph’s College Head Coach Jason Riley has been selected as the GNAC Coach of the Year for the second-consecutive season.
Riley, now in his fourth year at the helm for St. Joe’s, guided the Monks to their third GNAC Championship in the last six years as the team posted a 626 (324-302) card to claim the 2022 crown at Biddeford-Saco Country Club on October 10th and 11th.
Drew Mathieu repeats as GNAC Medalist for 2022
Defending GNAC medalist and 2021 Rookie of the Year Drew Mathieu (Windham, Maine) repeated as the tournament medalist. Mathieu is the first player in GNAC Golf history to repeat as the medalist in back-to-back seasons and just the second player to win a pair of GNAC top finishes.
Mathieu and Flanagan earn All-Conference honors
A pair of Saint Joseph’s players earned All-Conference honors by virtue of their top-five finish in the GNAC Championship. Sophomore Drew Mathieu (Windham, Maine) repeated as the GNAC medalist, firing a round two 69 (-2) to best his teammate, senior Trevor Flanagan (Monmouth, Maine), by one stroke in the tournament total at 149 (80-69).
GNAC Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Year and First Team All-Conference honors
Grad student Troy Hendricks (Hiram, Maine) became the second SJC runner to take home GNAC Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Year honors after touring the 8K course in 29:42.4. Hendricks and Devin Abbott (North Berwick, Maine) earned First Team All-Conference honors by virtue of their top-seven finish while Nick Carmosino (Acton, Mass.) collected Second Team All-GNAC acclaim.
Fall Athletes Garner All-Sportsmanship Honors
Seven Saint Joseph’s College fall sports athletes have earned Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) All-Sportsmanship Team honors.
Seniors Samantha Magill (Glocester, R.I.), Mardo Kikobo (Greene, Maine), Isabell Philbrick (Milford, N.H.), juniors Nick Carmosino (Acton, Mass.), sophomores Lindy Hyndman (Auburn, Maine), Alex Beecher (South Portland, Maine) and freshman Sadie Tirrell (Naples, Maine) have been selected, by a vote of their teammates and/or coaches, to represent Saint Joseph’s on their respective sportsmanship squads.
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