WARRIORS GO BACK-TO-BACK, WIN TWO TITLES IN 24 HOURS
Sunday, Nov. 4, 2007
M-SOCCER WINS FIRST LITTLE EAST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP
After 110 scoreless minutes, Warriors win title on penalty kicks for first NCAA bid
WILLIMANTIC, Conn. – Following 110 scoreless minutes, junior Kyle Bedini (Manchester), and sophomores Maxim Fantl (West Hartford) and Nicholas Boretti (Marshfield, MA) converted penalty kick goals and senior keeper Jay Barney (Mansfield) came through with two saves to lift men’s soccer to a 3-2 shootout victory over Keene State College for its first Little East Conference championship Sunday morning before a crowd of 500 at Thomas Nevers Field. The game is officially recorded as a tie.
Saturday, Nov. 3, 2007
DO YOU BELIEVE IN MIRACLES?... WARRIORS DO!
No. 5 seeded volleyball stuns LEC tournament field for 7th title
KEENE, NH – The fifth-seeded women’svolleyball team completed the most improbable runin the 13-year history of the Little East Conference Tournament by sweeping second-seed Western Connecticut State University to capture its third straight playoff crown Saturday afternoon at Spaulding Gymnasium on the Keene State College campus.