College report: CMCC softball earns a spot in the National Championship

For the first time in the program’s history, the Central Maine Community College softball team has been awarded an offer to participate in the US Collegiate Athletic Association National Championships.

The good news was found by Mustangs Sunday during the USCAA junior college chain’s global selection show.

Central Main earned the No. 5 seed in the 10-team tournament via Big Show. The Mustang will face the No. 4 Penn State-Schelkill in his first game of the Double Elimination Championships next Monday in Dubois, Pennsylvania.

Women’s lacrosse
Jasongwai Player of the Year: St. Dominic Academy alumna Carolyn Gastonjoy was named Sunshine State Conference Player of the Year as a freshman at Rollins College.

Gastonguay, who was also one of six TARS players to have all-conference honors – named to the first team – has scored 47 goals and added 30 assists this season. It ranked second in the conference in points per game, sixth in assists per match and ninth in number of goals per game.

“The SSC is the most competitive conference in Division II women’s lacrosse,” Rollins coach Dennis Short said in a college press release announcing the award. “To be named Player of the Year at this conference is both a wonderful and humble honor when you consider all the other outstanding players in the SSC. I am so proud and happy for Caroline.”

St. Joe and Colby Earning NCAA Piers: Joseph’s Women’s Lacrosse Team SUNY-Geneseo will play in the first round of the NCAA Division III Women’s Lacrosse Championship at 1 p.m. Saturday at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont.

The Monks earned a place in the tournament by winning the Great Northeast Atlantic Conference with a 10-9 victory over Johnson & Wales on Saturday. St. Joseph is 20-0 and appears for the second time in the NCAA Championship. They also reached the championship in 2015, losing to Bridgewater State 16-9 in the first round.

SUNY-Geneseo is aged 13-4 and got a big show after losing in a SUNYAC Championship match to SUNY-Cortland on Saturday. This is the riders’ first appearance in the NCAA Championship.

The tournament stadium was announced on Monday afternoon. Colby College had a big show that went 14-3 and lost in the NESCAC semi-finals. The Mules will host a second round match at 1 p.m. on Sunday against the winner of the Springfield vs. Merchant Marine, which takes place in Colby on Saturday.

If St Joseph wins on Saturday, he will qualify to play seven-time national champion Middlebury on Sunday.


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