Posted: Jun 16, 2014
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...Is it three All-Americans: Kevin Cook (football), Adam Knapton (men's lacrosse) and Grace Kucharski (women's volleyball)? Or Knapton and Kucharski being named the school's athletes of the year?? Note: In becoming the all-time digs leader, Kucharski is the first-ever in her sport at Western New England.
...Is it three Commonwealth Coast Conference "players" of the year: Grace Kucharski ("libero" in women's volleyball),¬†Kevin Parma ("defensive" in men's soccer) and Taylor Scialdone ("co-offensive" in women's lacrosse)? Or
...Is it the record-breaking season of Women's Lacrosse which went unbeaten during the regular season and claimed the No. 1 seed in the CCC tournament?
...Is it the eighth NCAA tournament bid and fifth CCC championship for Men's Soccer after coming off a 9-9-3 season in 2012?
...Is it the third-consecutive CCC crown and seventh NCAA trip for Men's Lacrosse, which upended nationally No. 11-ranked Endicott in the CCC title game?
...Is it a program-record 17 academic all-conference selections in the Eastern College Athletic Conference Northeast for men's hockey? Or the Golden Bears winning their first-ever Falcon Cup in six tries??
...Is it back-to-back ECAC New England volleyball championships?
...Is it 131 academic all-conference citations, setting a school record for the third straight academic year?
...Is it Kevin Parma repeating on the Capital One Academic All-America¬ģ Division III Men's Soccer First Team and is the first NSCAA Scholar All-American for WNE?
...Is it live videostreaming of almost 100 home events on the Golden Bear Sports Network (GBSN) through our partner Pack Network?
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