The first-year field hockey goalkeeper made six saves and was named to the Div. 3 NCAA all-tournament team, leading Middlebury past Messiah, 4-0, on Nov. 18 for the program’s second national title in three years.
The 6-foot-7 Amherst College sophomore netted a game-high 17 points in a 73-61 win over Western New England Nov. 18, earning MVP honors at the Ken Wright Invitational Mens’ Basketball tournament. Newton’s Tommy Mobley (13 points) made the All Tournament Team.
A first-year forward for the Saint Michael’s College mens’ ice hockey team, the Kimball Academy graduate scored his first two career goals and added an assist in a 5-2 victory over Post University on Nov. 14.
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Duncan Ketter worked for his money, six days a week, at a rental car company. He believed in the power of education, enrolling in college, hoping to become an engineer.Continue reading »