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Kate Brunelle-Roman, a native of East Longmeadow, is the second leading scorer in women's soccer at Western New England College with 241 points (93 goals, 55 assists) that ranks 10th all-time among NCAA Division III players. She was first nationally in points (83) and second in points per game (4.15) her senior season. Brunelle-Roman holds the school single season marks for points (87) and goals (34), both set in 1998, and is 11th on the all-time NCAA Division III list in points per game (3.05). Brunelle-Roman was honored as the school's 1999 Female Scholar-Athlete and Senior Female Athlete-of-the-Year. As a freshman, Brunelle-Roman was selected the MVP of the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Tournament after leading the Golden Bears to the program's post-season championship title. She was a two-time selection on the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Division III All-Metro Team. Brunelle-Roman also was named to the New England Women's Intercollegiate Soccer Association (NEWISA) All-Star Team her senior season. Brunelle-Roman, a two-year captain, led the Golden Bears to a school best 20-2 record in 1998 along with a first place showing ECAC Division III Metro Tournament, which was the school's first ever ECAC Tournament title. Western New England College posted a 57-21-1 record (72.8%) with Brunelle-Roman in the lineup. She also served as an assistant coach at Western New England College for two seasons. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology.