Five Seahawks earn conference honors
Congratulations to the following student athletes, who recently received honors from the Commonwealth Coast Conference and the Eastern College Athletic Conference:
Men’s ice hockey: David Chiokadze ’16
Chiokadze was named goalie of the week after posting his second-highest saves total this season. Against Becker College, he allowed just one goal late in the third on a power play. The .971 save percentage was Chiokadze’s highest of the season until his shutout against Nichols College on Feb. 17.
Men’s basketball: Barrett Hanlon ’16
Hanlon was named player of the week after scoring a career-high 32 points to lift the Seahawks to an 88-81 road win at Gordon College. He shot an impressive 72 percent from the field while adding four rebounds, four assists and one steal. Earlier in the week, Hanlon netted 14 points, gathered six rebounds, earned four steals and dished three assists in a 56-49 loss to Eastern Nazarene College.
Women’s basketball: Meaghan Harden ’16
Harden was named player of the week after helping to lead the Seahawks to two conference wins on the week. In a 72-59 win over Eastern Nazarene College, she netted 24 points, gathered five rebounds, earned three steals, dished one assist and recorded one block. Harden went on to match her career high in points, as she poured in 30 in a 67-49 road win at Gordon College. She also recorded eight rebounds, four assists and one steal.
Women’s ice hockey: Colleen Marcik ’17
Marcik was named goalie of the week after the Seahawks secured the No. 2 seed in the upcoming playoffs with an 8-2 win over Nichols College Feb. 16. She posted her second complete game shutout of the season Feb. 14 against Manhattanville College. Marcik followed the performance with the win against Nichols, allowing just one first period goal.
Men’s ice hockey: John Scorcia ’15
Scorcia was named player of the week after posting three points for the team. He scored the first two goals of the game against Becker College before handing out an assist on the first goal of the third period. With the three points, Scorcia moved into fourth all-time in points at Salve Regina with 77.