The below posting came from a press release from Keene State College.
KEENE, N.H. 9/23/13 — Five Keene State College athletes were honored by the Little East Conference for the play on the court, field and trials last week.
Sophomore Madeline Nossiff (Portsmouth, N.H.) was women’s volleyball offensive player of the week while freshman Kayla Renaud (Somers, Conn.) was selected as field hockey rookie of the week. Three Owls runners were also honored with senior Ryan Widzgowski (Camden, Maine)and freshman Patrick Chabot (Derry, N.H.) being named men’s runner and rookie runner of the week respectively and freshman Carli Davis (Chester, N.H.) recognized as the female rookie runner of the week.
Nossiff averaged 3.0 kills and 3.3 points per set to lead Keene State to a 3-1 mark this past week. The sophomore from Portsmouth, N.H. reached double figures in kills in three of her four matches, including career-high 15 winners against Coast Guard.
Renaud scored two goals, including the game-winner, to lead Keene State College to a Little East win against Bridgewater State on Sept. 21. The freshman from Somers, Conn. sandwiched a pair of markers between a Marisa Lemoine strike to provide the Owls with an important conference victory.
Widzgowski led Keene State at the UMass Dartmouth Invitational this past weekend. The senior from Camden, Maine covered the 8-kilometer North Dartmouth course in a time of 25 minutes, 19 seconds to place fifth overall. The Owls finished second in the team standings with a combined 66 points.
Chabot was the seventh Keene State runner and 27th overall to cross the finish line at the UMass Dartmouth Invitational this past weekend. The freshman from Derry, N.H. completed the race in a time of 26 minutes, 42 seconds.
Davis was the first Keene State runner at the UMass Dartmouth Invitational this past weekend. The freshman from Chester, N.H. placed ninth overall with a time of 18 minutes, 56 seconds.
Widzgowski, Renaud and Davis have earned their respective honors for the second time this season.