Four students headline Seahawks as All-CCC performers in women’s track and field
The Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) recently announced its 2021 women’s track and field honorees and major award winners, and a total of four Salve Regina students were selected to be part of the All-CCC teams.
Salve Regona’s Courtney Collibee ’23 made the All-CCC Second Team, earning her spot with a silver medal in the javelin. The Salve Regina trio of Grace Gilmore ’24, Alicia Lopez ’23 and Bryanna Rawnsley ’23 earned their spots on the All-CCC Third Team as legs of the 4x100m relay. Meanwhile, their teammate Jenny Silva ’22 earned a third team nod in the shot put.
Voting for the major awards was conducted by the conference’s seven women’s track and field head coaches during the week following the CCC Championship. All-Conference designation was assigned based on each student-athlete’s finish at the CCC Championship meet. Gold medalists were named to the All-CCC First Team, silver medalists were named to the All-CCC Second Team, and bronze medalists were named to the All-CCC Third Team.
For the complete list of All-CCC honorees and major award winners, go here.
The Commonwealth Coast Conference, founded in 1984, is an NCAA Division III athletic conference comprised of 10 full member and two associate member institutions throughout the New England region. Its membership aims to provide student-athletes with a positive experience in their pursuit of excellence through high academic standards, quality competition, and a meaningful student life. The conference administers championships in 19 intercollegiate sports.