April 30, 2012

Brehm, Dinnan: Service Credit Union Student-Athlete Spotlight & Wildcat Weekly Roundup

SERVICE CREDIT UNION STUDENT-ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT & WILDCAT WEEKLY ROUNDUP 

April 30, 2012

 

DURHAM, N.H.Allison Brehm (Pembroke, N.H.) of the women’s track & field team and Tyler Dinnan (Juneau, Alaska) of the men’s track & field team are featured in this week's Service Credit Union Student-Athlete Spotlight. This information and more can be found in the Wildcat Weekly Roundup.

 
 

STUDENT-ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT

Allison Brehm, women’s track & field

     Allison, a junior sprinter from Pembroke, New Hampshire, won a pair of events as the University of New Hampshire women’s track & field team was host of the Wildcat Invitational II meet at the Reggie F. Atkins Track & Field Facility on April 28. A total of seven other New England teams competed at the meet.

     Brehm won the 100 meters and with the benefit of a strong tail wind she recorded the fastest time ever by a UNH women’s sprinter with a time of 11.86 seconds. She also captured first place in the 200m by topping the field of 19 runners with a time of 25.31, which marked her fastest clocking of the season.

     The previous week at the Larry Ellis Invitational (Princeton University), Brehm tied the school record in the 100m – and finished in 16th place overall – with a mark of 12.19 seconds.

     She opened the 2012 outdoor season March 31 at Maine with a sweep of the 100m and 200m and duplicated that accomplishment one week later in a home tri-meet. Brehm also ran a leg on the winning 4x100 relay team at both of those meets. In the Wildcat Invitational I on April 14, she raced to second place in the 400m with a time of 59.66.

     Brehm placed sixth in the 60m at the 2012 America East Indooor Track & Field Championships, and went on to finish eighth in that event at New Englands. Her sophomore highlights from the indoor season included fifth place in the 55m at the Carisella Carnival and seventh in that event at the Boston Indoor Games. As a freshman, Brehm was the seventh-fastest runner in the 100m at the New England outdoor championships and 11th in the 100m at the Larry Ellis Invitational.

 

Tyler Dinnan, men’s track & field

     Tyler, a senior middle-distance runner from Juneau, Alaska, was a two-time winner in the 1,500-meter run last week. He opened April 24 at Holy Cross in a quad-meet that also included Rhode Island and Worcester State with a winning time of 4 minutes, 00.9 seconds. Most recently ­– April 28 against eight teams at Wildcat Invitational II at UNH’s Reggie F. Atkins Track & Field Facility – Tyler crossed the finish line with a winning time of 3:59.31.

     Back on April 14 in the Wildcat Invitational I meet against five teams, he raced to second place in the 800m with a time of 1:55.56.

     Tyler raced to fourth place in the 1,500m at the 2011 New England Outdoor Championships with a time of 3:50.86. During the 2011 indoor track & field season, he placed fifth in the 1,000m and helped the 4x800m relay team to a third-place finish at the New Englands; that season he also took third place in the mile and ran a leg on the second-place 4x800m relay team at the America East Championships. Tyler’s other highlights from the 2011 indoor season included first place in the mile at the Dartmouth Indoor Classic and winning the 3,000m at the Carisella Carnival.

 
 

LAST WEEK’S RESULTS

Tuesday, April 24

Men’s track & field: 2nd place at Holy Cross w/Rhode Island, Worcester State

Thursday, April 26

Men’s track & field at Penn Relays (Philadelphia)

Women’s track & field at Penn Relays (Philadelphia)

Friday, April 27

Men’s track & field at Penn Relays (Philadelphia)

Women’s track & field at Penn Relays (Philadelphia)

Saturday, April 28

Men’s track & field: non-scoring meet at Wildcat Invitational II

Women’s track & field: non-scoring meet Wildcat Invitational II

Women’s lacrosse: at Stony Brook 12, UNH 10

 
 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Tuesday, May 1

Women’s lacrosse at Boston College, 4 pm

Saturday, May 5

Men’s track & field at America East Championships, 9 am (Orono, Maine)

Women’s track & field at America East Championships, 9 am (Orono, Maine)

Women’s lacrosse at Stony Brook, 1 pm

Sunday, May 6

Men’s track & field at America East Championships, 9 am (Orono, Maine)

Women’s track & field at America East Championships, 9 am (Orono, Maine)

 

WOMEN’S LACROSSE (5-10 overall, 2-4 America East)

  • The UNH women’s lacrosse team concluded its America East slate with a 12-10 loss at Stony Brook on April 28. With the loss, the Wildcats’ league record of consecutive tournament appearances ended at 14 years.
  • Amber Casiano (South Windsor, Conn.) recorded three goals and two assists for a season-high five points at SBU; the two assists matched a personal best. She also tallied three draw controls, one caused turnovers and one ground ball, and was selected UNH’s America East Player of the Game.
  • Laura Puccia (Fairport, N.Y.) extended her goal-scoring streak to nine games with three tallies at Stony Brook. She climbed to the top of the team leaderboard in goals (31) and was UNH’s top point producer (18 pts; 15g, 3a) in America East conference games.
  • Taylor Hurwitz (Holland, Pa.) made a career-high 10 saves vs. the Seawolves.
  • Kate Keagins (Bay Shore, N.Y.) extended her point-scoring streak to 20 with two assists at Stony Brook, but her 17-game goal-scoring streak came to an end.
 

MEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD

  • The UNH men’s outdoor track & field team recorded eight top-10 finishes at the non-scoring Wildcat Invitational II that was held at UNH’s Reggie Atkins Track & Field Facility on April 28. A total of eight other teams competed at the event.
  • In an April 24 quad-meet at Holy Cross, five Wildcats claimed first-place finishes and racked up 152 points to finish behind the University of Rhode Island but ahead of Holy Cross (149) and Worcester State (134).
  • Brice Paey (Milton, N.H.) was victorious in the shot put at Holy Cross (56 feet, 2 inches) and Wildcat Invitational (55-06.25). He also competed at the Penn Relays on April 27 and finished seventh in the 26-thrower field of the College Division with a throw of 55-11.
  • Tyler Dinnan (Juneau, Alaska) won the 1,500m at Wildcat Invitational II with a time of 3 minutes, 59.31 seconds. He opened the week with a 1,500m-win at the Holy Cross meet at 4:00.9.
  • The Wildcats’ 4x400m relay team of Isaiah Penn (Boston, Mass.), Nicholas Sullivan (Newport, N.H.), Andrew Albin and Sean Mitchell (Milford, Mass.) finished first in a time of 3:23.75 at the Wildcat Invitational II.
  • Matthew Guarente (Saugus, Mass.) and George Jumpp (Manchester, N.H.) recorded second-place efforts at Wildcat Invitational II. Guarente was second in the high jump with a cleared height of 6-04.25 and Jumpp had a toss of 170-03 in the hammer throw.
  • A trio of ‘Cats placed third at Wildcat Invitational II – Cameron Lyle (Plaistow, N.H.) in the shot put at 46-10.75, D’mahl McFadden (Penacook, N.H.) in the 100m hurdles at 15.02 seconds and Jessie Swink (Groton, Conn.) in the javelin at 174-11.
  • At Holy Cross, Max Hoddwells (Wayne, Maine) won the long jump with a leap of 21-02.5 and Kevin Greene (Silver Spring, Md.) was the fastest runner in the 800m at 1:53.05 and Kent Harlow (Burnt Hills, N.Y.) led a 1-2-3 finish in the 5,000m with a winning time of 15:13.31.
  • Alexander Beaulieu (Merrimack, N.H.) and John Corona (Middletown, Conn.) completed the 1-2-3 sweep in the 5,000m in 15:16.00 and 15:31.71, respectively.
  • In the 400m, Penn and Albin finished second and third, respectively, in times of 49.65 and 50.48.
  • Cory Sinotte (Hooksett, N.H.) was the runner-up in the 1,500m with a time of 4:04.81 and Nicholas Pesaturo (Peabody, Mass.) took third in the long jump at 20-05.25. Other third-place efforts were recorded by Cameron Lyle (Plaistow, N.H.) in the shot put at 47-07, Eric Stys (Stittville, N.Y.) in the 800m at 1:55.37, Chris Dupuis (Plaistow, N.H.) in the hammer throw at 176-03, Guarente in the high jump at 6-04 and Jumpp in the discuss at 143-02.
  • New Hampshire returns to action May 5-6 at the America East Outdoor Championships at the University of Maine’s Beckett Track & Field Complex.
 
 

WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD

  • The UNH women’s outdoor track & field team recorded 14 top-5 finishes at the non-scoring Wildcat Invitational II that was held at UNH’s Reggie Atkins Track and Field Facility on April 28. A total of seven other schools competed at the event.
  • Keely Maguire (Georgetown, Mass.) set a school record in the 3,000 meters with a time of 9 minutes, 33.76 seconds.
  • Allison Brehm (Pembroke, N.H.) won two events at the Wildcat Invitational II. She was the fastest runner in the 100m in an ECAC-qualifying time of 11.86 seconds; with the benefit of a strong tail wind, she recorded the fastest time by a UNH women’s sprinter. Brehm also captured first place in the 200m as she topped the field of 19 with a time of 25.31.
  • Rosemary Read (East Greenwich, R.I.) claimed the hammer throw with an ECAC-qualifying toss of 173 feet, 11 inches. Keyla Salazar (Nashua, N.H.) was third with a throw of 145-09.
  • Danica Goodheart (Meredith, N.H.) was victorious in the triple jump with a leap of 37-10.
  • The Wildcats finished 2-3 in both the high jump and long jump. Kate Early (Corning, N.Y.) was runner-up in the high jump at 5-02.5 and Jessica Salley (Andover, Mass.) followed at 5-00.5. Melanie Frazier (Bridgewater, Mass.) finished second in the long jump with a leap of 17-10.25 and Caroline Bonsaint (Hampton, N.H.) placed third at 17-09.
  • Laura Stern (Shirley, Mass.) added a second-place finish in the javelin with a toss of 127-06.
  • Four other ‘Cats were third-place finishers – Stephanie Walsh (Penacook, N.H.) in the discus (129-00), Elise Beattie (Woodstock, Ill.) in the 1,500m (4:44.12), Virginia Lavallee (Kingston, N.H.) in the 100m hurdles (14.73) and Gabby Mancuso (New Paltz, N.Y.) in the 5,000m (18:39.14).
  • New Hampshire returns to action May 5-6 at the America East Outdoor Championships at the University of Maine’s Beckett Track & Field Complex.
 
 

2011-12 COMPLETED SEASONS

MEN’S BASKETBALL (13-16 overall, 7-9 America East)

  • The UNH men’s basketball team exited the America East Championship with a 63-45 loss to the University at Albany on March 3 at Chase Family Arena (University of Hartford).
  • A trio of Wildcats received America East awards at the annual league banquet. Senior guard Alvin Abreu (Lynn, Mass.) was named to the All-Conference Second Team, senior center Brian Benson (Rochester, N.Y.) was tabbed to the America East All-Academic Team for the third consecutive year and Chandler Rhoads (Berryville, Va.) was selected to the All-Defensive Team for the second time in as many years.
  • Abreu ranks first on UNH’s career leaderboard for games played (118) and minutes played (3,879) as well as third in scoring (1,583), fourth in both 3-pointers made (216) and field goals made (535), fifth in free throws made (197) and 10th in steals (115).
  • Benson finishes second in program history in blocks (79) and eighth in rebounds (642).
 

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (16-14 overall, 9-7 America East)

  • UNH was defeated 63-59 by Holy Cross in the opening round of the Women’s Basketball Invitational on Thursday, March 15. UNH erased a 13-point first-half deficit to take a 39-38 lead and then trailed by no more than six points until the final minute of play (seven point deficit).
  • Senior forward Denise Beliveau (Framingham, Mass.) matched her season high of 24 points – and also recorded eight rebounds and five steals – against Holy Cross. Sophomore guard Kelsey Hogan (Nashua, N.H.) contributed 16 points, six rebounds and three assists.
  • UNH finished with its first winning season since 2006 and its most wins since 2002.
  • Beliveau was selected to the America East All-Conference First Team, All-Defensive Team and All-Academic Team.
  • Junior forward Morgan Frame (Waterville, Maine) was an America East All-Conference Second Team selection.

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

  • The UNH men’s cross country team concluded the 2011 season Nov. 12 at the NCAA Northeast Regional (at the University of Buffalo) and raced to 21st place in the 33-team field. UNH finished with 559 points and was the third-best America East conference team at the meet.
 

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

  • The UNH women’s cross country team finished in 12th place at the NCAA Northeast Regional that were held Nov. 12 at the University of Buffalo. The Wildcats compiled 274 points and were the second-best America East conference school in the 36-team field.
  • Keely Maguire (Georgetown, Mass.) earned a place on the NCAA All-Northeast Region Team by virtue of her 24th-place finish at the NCAA Northeast Regional on Nov. 15. [The top 15 competitors at each regional is recognized.]
  • Darcy James (Exeter, N.H.) and Elise Beattie (Woodstock, Ill.) were named to the 10-member America East All-Academic Team. Beattie placed 10th at the conference championship meet and James followed in 11th place. [To be nominated, student-athletes must participate in at least 50% of the team’s competitions and have a minimum GPA of 3.30.]
 

FIELD HOCKEY (17-5 overall, 4-1 America East)

  • The ninth-ranked UNH field hockey team was defeated 5-4 by eighth-ranked University of Michigan in an NCAA first-round game that was played Nov. 12 at the University of North Carolina’s Henry Stadium.
  • The Wildcats finished the season with 17 wins to tie the school single-season record that was established by the 1986 national runner-up team. This year’s squad broke the single-season record for goals (78), assists (61) and points (217).
  • Whitney Frates (Woodstock, Vt.) was selected to the Longstreth/NFHCA All-America First Team and Kyle Lyons (White River Junction, Vt.) was voted to the Second Team.
  • Frates was named the Longstreth/NFHCA Northeast Region Player of the Year.
  • Robin Balducci was named the Dita/NFHCA Northeast Region Coach of the Year.
  • Frates, Lyons and Hayley Rausch (Severna Park, Md.) were named to the Longstreth/NFHCA Northeast Region First Team while Megan Bozek (Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.) was a Second Team honoree.
  • UNH, led by 21st-year head coach Robin Balducci, was honored as the America East Coaching Staff for the second consecutive year.
  • Frates was the unanimous selection as the America East Offensive Player of the Year. She was joined on the All-Conference First Team by Lyons and Rausch.
  • Bozek, Kendall Deck (Bridgewater, N.J.) and Katherine Nagengast (Westborough, Mass.) were named to the America East All-Conference Second Team.
  • Maegan Grew (Hampton Falls, N.H.) and Kellie Joyce (South Pomfret, Vt.) were selected to the America East All-Rookie Team.
 

FOOTBALL (8-4 overall, 6-2 CAA)

  • The 11th-ranked UNH football team was ousted from postseason play with a 26-25 second-round loss at seventh-ranked Montana State University on Dec. 3.
  • Matt Evans (Hanover, Mass.) was named the 17th Buck Buchanan Award winner as the national defensive player of the year in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). His other 2011 postseason accolades include: Associated Press All-America Second Team, Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America Team, Phil Steele’s All-America First Team, The Sports Network/Fathead.com All-America Team, College Sports Journal FCS All-America Team, College Sports Madness All-America Team, Beyond Sports College Network All-America First Team and Defensive National Player of the Year, College Sporting News 2011 Fabulous Fifty FCS All-America Team, Gold Helmet Award (New England’s player of the year), All-CAA First Team, All-New England Team and College Football Performance Awards Elite Linebacker Award.
  • Chris Zarkoskie (West Caldwell, N.J.) was named to the 14th annual Footbal Championship Subdivision Athletic Directors Association (FCS ADA) Academic All-Star Team. He previously earned a berth on the 2011 Capital One Academic All-District Footbll Team (selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America)
  • UNH has advanced to the FCS tournament eight consecutive years, which marks the longest active streak by any team.

GYMNASTICS (14-15 overall, 4-1 EAGL)

  • The UNH gymnastics team recorded a team score of 193.9 points to place sixth at the 2012 NCAA Women's Gymnastics Fayetteville Regional, hosted by the University of Arkansas, on April 7.
  • This marked the 30th NCAA Regional appearance for the Wildcats in 31 years and the 32nd postseason appearance in head coach Gail Goodspeed's 33 years at the University.
  • In her final collegiate meet, senior co-captain Ali Carr (Chelmlsford, Mass.) recorded a team-high 9.825 on the balance beam. She also tied with junior co-captain Courtney Connors (Buffalo, N.Y.) for UNH’s highest score of 9.800 on vault.
  • Junior Austyn Fobes (Howell, N.J.) and sophomore Erin Machado (Swansea, Mass.) led the way on floor exercise with matching scores of 9.800.
  • Junior Jen Aucoin (Mullica Hill, N.J.) and Danielle Reibold (Horsham, Pa.), another senior competing for the last time as a collegian, were the top ‘Cats on the uneven bars at 9.750.
  • New Hampshire scored a 195.225 to finish sixth at the EAGL Championship on March 24. The Wildcats' Regional Qualifying Score is 195.120, they averaged a 194.358 and their season-high total was a 195.800 at the UNH Invitational quad-meet March 3.

MEN’S ICE HOCKEY (15-19-3 overall, 11-14-2 Hockey East)

  • The UNH men’s ice hockey team fell 5-4 in double overtime in Game 3 of the best of three Hockey East quarterfinal series at sixth-ranked Boston University on March 11. The Wildcats prevailed 3-2 in double overtime in Game 1, but then BU leveled the series with a 4-2 victory in Game 2.
  • That victory was the 499th for UNH head coach Dick Umile.
  • Freshmen Casey DeSmith (Rochester, N.H.) and Trevor van Riemsdyk (Middletown, N.J.) were named to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team and the Wildcats were honored with the 2012 Charlie Holy Team Sportsmanship Award.

WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY (10-22-3 overall, 4-15-2 Hockey East)

  • The UNH women’s ice hockey team was ousted from the Hockey East tournament with a loss at ninth-ranked Boston University in a Feb. 26 quarterfinal game at Walter Brown Arena.
  • Junior forward Kristina Lavoie (Fonthill, Ontario) and junior defenseman Kristine Horn (Utica, Mich.) were named 2012 WHEA Honorable Mention All-Stars.

MEN’S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD

  • The New Hampshire men’s indoor track & field team placed fourth at the America East Championships and then 11th at the New England Championships.
  • Brice Paey (Milton, N.H.) won the shot put title at both the league and New England meets. He won the event at every indoor meet until the IC4A Championship, where he placed fourth. Paey was honored as America East Field Performer of the Week five times during the 2011-12 season.

WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD

  • The UNH women’s indoor track & field team finished sixth at the America East Championship and seventh at the New England Championship.
  • Allison Letourneau (Kingston, Nova Scotia) and Melody Pothier (Lisbon, Conn.) were named to the 2012 America East All-Academic Team. Letourneau finished second in the mile at the America East Championships and broke school records in both the 1,000 meters (2 minutes, 48.16) and the mile (4:42.47). Pothier placed third in the weight throw at the league championship meet.
  • Sydney Fitzpatrick (Billerica, Mass.) ran to a school record in the 5,000 meters with a time of 16:17.62 at the BU Terrier Classic (Jan. 27).

SKIING

  • The UNH ski team finished in 10th place at the 2012 NCAA Skiing Championships that were held March 7-10 in Bozeman, Montana. The Wildcats placed in the top 10 for the 23rd time in the 30 years Cory Schwartz has coached the squad.
  • A total of 12 Wildcats were named to the 2012 National Ski Coaches Association All-Academic Team. Four ‘Cats – Laura Rozinowicz (Toronto, Ontario), Tristan Ramey (Anchorage, Alaska), Annika Taylor (Truckee, Calif.) and Per Lindgren (Pitea, Sweden) – recorded a perfect 4.0 grade-point-average. Paul Atkinson (Toronto, Ontario), Erik Lindgren (Pitea, Sweden) and Liz Guiney (Park City, Utah) garnered All-Academic Team honors for the third consecutive year.
  • Atkinson, Guiney and Marie-Elaine Lepine (Mont-Tremblant, Quebec) were named to the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association All-East Second Team.

 

MEN’S SOCCER (7-9-2 overall, 1-4-2 America East)

  • The UNH men’s soccer team wrapped up the 2011 season with a 3-0 victory against intrastate rival Dartmouth College at Bremner Field on Nov. 1.
  • UNH was announced as a recipient of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award for the 2010-11 academic year. The award is presented to teams with a cumulative grade-point-average of 3.0 or higher.
  • Two Wildcats received America East All-Conference team honors. Senior midfielder Brad Hilton (Merrimack, N.H.) was selected to the Second Team for the third consecutive year, while freshman goalkeeper Travis Worra (Lancaster, Pa.) earned a spot on the All-Rookie Team.
  • Five student-athletes were named to the America East All-Academic Team (minimum 3.30 GPA and a starter or prominent reserve). Hilton was joined on the team by Alex Russell (Harrisburg, Pa.), Ryan McNabb (Downinton, Pa.), Gustav Nilsson (Pixbo, Sweden) and Jeffrey Turner (Blandon, Pa.).
 

WOMEN’S SOCCER (5-12-2 overall, 3-4-1 America East)

  • The fourth-seeded UNH women’s soccer team was ousted from the America East tournament with a 1-0 loss to fifth-seeded Binghamton University at Bremner Field on Oct. 27. The Wildcats made a league-best 11th consecutive league tourney appearance.
  • UNH was announced as a recipient of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Team Academic Award for the 2010-11 academic year. The award is presented to teams with a cumulative grade-point-average of 3.0 or higher.
  • Monique Lamotte (Tampa, Fla.) was named to the America East All-Conference First Team. Stephanie Gilkenson (Cranston, R.I.) and Kelly Mooney (Canton, Mass.) were Second Team selections and Meghan Ledwith (Yardley, Pa.) was an All-Rookie Team honoree.
 

SWIMMING & DIVING (6-2 overall, 2-1 America East)

  • Lauren McCandless (Macungie, Pa.) was selected the America East Scholar-Athlete of the Year for Women’s Swimming & Diving, the league announced April 12. McCandless recorded six top-five finishes, including a gold-medal performance in the 1650-yard freestyle, at the 2012 league championships. She dominated the 200 butterfly in the regular season with four first-place finishes, and also recorded a pair of wins in the 500 free. In the classroom, McCandless has a 3.60 cumulative grade-point-average as a cellular and molecular biology major.
  • The UNH swimming & diving team placed third at the America East Championships, which were held Feb. 24-27 at Boston University’s Aquatic Center.
  • Katie Mann (Prince George, British Columbia) broke a pair of records en route to being named the Women’s Most Outstanding Swimmer and Rookie of the Year. It is the first time in conference history someone won both awards in the same year.
  • UNH earned the America East Coaching Staff of the Year Award for the third consecutive year and 12th time in head coach Josh Willman’s career.
  • Mann broke the America East Championships and league records in the 200-yard individual medley with a winning time of 2:01.32 on Friday. Then on Saturday, Mann swam to a school- and conference-record time of 4:14.10 in the 400 individual medley. That mark qualifies as an NCAA provisional time and ranks 42nd in the country.
  • Lauren McCandless (Macungie, Pa.) took the top spot in the 1,650 freestyle and was the third-fastest swimmer in the 200 butterfly on the final day of competition. On day two, McCandless raced to third place in the 500 free.
  • Grace Borchers (Evanston, Ill.) captured first place in the 100 butterfly.
  • Sydney Tribou (Orlando, Fla.) was the runner-up in the 200 freestyle and raced to fourth place in both the 1,650 free and 500 free.

 

VOLLEYBALL (10-20 overall, 8-4 America East)

  • The UNH volleyball team, the second seed of the America East Championship tournament, was defeated 3-1 by Stony Brook University in a Nov. 18 semifinal match at the University at Albany.
  • Amy Keding (Northbrook, Ill.) and Lauren Laquerre (Concord, N.H.) were voted to the 2011 America East All-Academic Volleyball Team on Dec. 9.
  • Keding was selected to the America East All-Conference First Team while Laquerre, Jansan Falcusan (Plymouth, Mich.) and Morgan Thatcher (Brockton, Mass.) were Second Team honorees.
  • Keding was named to the All-Championship Team.
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