Emily Farrell

Emily Farrell

Senior Emily Farrell (New Fairfield, Conn.) averaged 10.5 ppg, 5.5 reb/g, and 3 ast/g in a 2-0 week. Farrell had 11 points, six rebounds, and four assists in a win over Nichols. Farrell followed that up with 10 points, five rebounds, and two assists in a win over U. of New England.

Senior Emily Elliott (Cortland, N.Y.) of the women's swimming team won 4 races against Elms College, all of which are now team records. Elliott was apart of the team that won the 400 SC meter medley relay (5:04.33). Elliott went on to win the 50 SC meter breaststroke (38.11), the 100 SC meter breaststroke (1:23.02), and the 100 SC meter individual medley (1:16.73). (1/13)

Senior forward Courtney Carlson (Woodbury, Conn.) scored a career-high 24 points while adding six rebounds and three blocks in an 86-68 victory over Westfield St. on Thursday. On Saturday, Carlson led all scorers with 14, while grabbing six rebounds in a 56-54 win over Trinity (Conn.). (1/6)

Sophomore Kim Shekosky (Middletown, Conn.) of the women’s swimming team posted season-best performances in all three of her individual events on Saturday at the Bridgewater State Invitational. She placed third in the 100-breaststroke (1:17.41) and fourth in both the 200-backstroke (2:32.96) and 200-IM (2:33.20). Shekosky also swam the lead leg of Western New England’s 200-medley relay, recording a time of 33.02 seconds in the 50-backstroke. (12/10)

Senior forward Meghan Orbann (East Hampton, Conn.) of the women's basketball team posted her ninth career double-double with 13 points, 11 rebounds, four assists and one steal in Western New England's 60-49 win over Roger Williams on Saturday. (12/2)

Sophomore Hannah Tricarico (Seymour, Conn.) of the women's swimming team was a part of three event wins on Friday night as the Golden Bears defeated Rhode Island College 121-64 in dual meet action at the AHLC Pool. She finished first in the 50-freestyle (27.81 seconds) and the 100-backstroke (1:10.16), while also swimming the anchor leg of Western New England’s victorious 400-freestyle relay (4:14.48). (11/25)

Senior guard Emily Farrell (New Fairfield, Conn.) of the women’s basketball team averaged 13.7 points, 5.7 rebounds and 5.7 assists per game in a 2-1 week for the Golden Bears. She played a key role over the weekend as Western New England defeated UMass Dartmouth (88-83) and Babson (57-55) to win the Lafrance Hospitality Tournament. Farrell was named Tournament MVP after averaging 18.5 points, 6.5 assists and 6.0 rebounds in those two games. She recorded 19 points, eight assists and four rebounds in the win over the Corsairs on Saturday, before totaling 18 points, eight rebounds and five assists in Sunday's win over the Beavers. (11/18)

Senior forward Meghan Orbann (East Hampton, Conn.) of the women’s basketball team had a strong start to her final collegiate campaign with a game-high 21 points in Western New England’s 71-52, season-opening win over Suffolk at the AHLC on Saturday. Orbann connected on 6-of-10 field goals, including 3-of-5 from three-point distance, while sinking 6-of-7 free throws. She also recorded five rebounds, two assists and one steal in the win. (11/11)

Senior Brooke Townsend (Portland, Conn.) of the women’s cross country team posted her second career All-Conference performance at the CCC Championship on Saturday at Colt State Park in Bristol, R.I. Townsend completed the six-kilometer course in 24:02.11, placing 14th in the 98-runner field. (11/4)

Junior forward Christina Sordi (Bethlehem, Conn.) of the women’s soccer team lifted the Golden Bears to a 1-0 road victory over Endicott on Wednesday with her 77th minute goal. The win was Western New England’s first at Endicott since the 2013 season. (10/28)

Senior Emily Elliott (Cortland, N.Y.) of the women’s swimming team set a program record in the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:13.35 on Saturday as the Golden Bears opened their season at the Roger Williams Invitational. Elliott, who placed third overall in the event, beat the previous record of 1:13.89 that had stood since the 2007-08 season. (10/21)

Senior setter Caitlyn Sibiskie (Rockfall, Conn.) of the volleyball team had a strong all-around week with averages of 8.50 assists, 2.25 digs and 1.50 kills per set as the Golden Bears went 2-0 and extended their winning streak to four matches. She recorded 30 assists, 11 digs, five kills and two block assists on Tuesday in a 3-0 road sweep at Nichols, before compiling 38 assists, seven digs, seven kills, and two more block assists on Friday as Western New England held off Mount Holyoke, 3-2. (10/15)

Sophomore forward Allison Bruehwiler (Old Saybrook, Conn.) of the women's soccer team led the Western New England offense with three goals last week. She scored twice in Wednesday's 4-1, non-conference victory over Dean, before finding the back of the net again on Saturday in a 3-2, CCC triumph over Nichols. Bruehwiler's 15th minute strike against the Bison gave the Golden Bears a 3-0 lead and stood as the game-winner in the contest. (10/7)

Senior forward Jacqueline Clark (Auburn, Mass.) of the field hockey team produced a team-high 7 points (3 goals, 1 assist) in two games last week. She led the Golden Bears to a 4-0 win over Gordon on Tuesday, scoring twice and recording an assist. Clark also tallied a goal in Thursday's 4-2 loss to Mount Holyoke. (9/30)

Senior middle blocker Cassandra Holmes (Ellington, Conn.) of the volleyball team recorded a team-high 2.75 kills per set with a .320 hitting percentage last week. She also totaled four blocks (one solo, three assists) and four digs on the week. Holmes matched her career-high with 17 kills in Saturday's 3-2 win over Worcester State. She followed that performance up with 11 kills on a .476 attack clip against Wheaton. (9/23)

Senior captain Morgan Schrader (Burnt Hills, N.Y.) of the women's tennis team helped lead the Golden Bears to a 5-1 win over Wentworth in their CCC opener on Saturday. She teamed up with junior Maylene LaPress for an 8-3 victory over Ali Sollecito and Morgan Collins in doubles play, before cruising past Olivia DeLuca in singles action, 6-0, 6-0. Schrader improved to 6-0 this season (3-0 singles, 3-0 doubles) following Saturday's win over the Leopards. (9/16)

Senior forward Jacqueline Clark (Auburn, Mass.) of the field hockey team fueled the Western New England offense last week with a team-high three goals. She scored twice on Wednesday against Springfield College to lead the Golden Bears to their first win over the Pride in program history. Clark scored the goal that would stand as the game-winner in the third quarter before adding an insurance tally in the final period. The senior captain recorded another goal in Saturday's 3-2 loss to Clark. (9/9)

Senior goalkeeper Alex Lemekha (Stamford, Conn.) of the women's soccer team had a strong start to the 2019 season, posting a ten-save shutout on Saturday in Western New England's 2-0 victory over Keene State. (9/2)