PAWTUCKET, RI - Western Connecticut State University women's tennis standouts Emma Chapman (Danbury, CT) and Carole Allers (Wilton, CT) were honored on the 2017 Little East Conference All-Conference Team on Wednesday.
Chapman was named to the Singles First Team while Allers was honored on the Singles Second Team. The duo were recognized on the Doubles First Team.
Rhode Island College senior Dayna Reilly (Swansea, Mass.) was named the 2017 Little East Conference Player of the Year for the second consecutive year.
Reilly posted an undefeated record at No. 1 singles, going 16-0 overall and 8-0 in conference matches. She was additionally named a First-Team All-LEC singles selection for the third consecutive year, and was named the Most Outstanding Player of the LEC Championship Tournament after leading the Anchorwomen to their first tournament title since 2005.
Reilly earned second-team all-conference honors in doubles play along with freshman teammate Laurel Ten Eyck (Warwick, R.I.) after the duo went 7-2 overall at No. 1 doubles, which includes a 4-2 mark in conference competition. This was the third straight all-conference doubles selection for Reilly, who was a first-team selection the past two seasons.
Plymouth State freshman Sage Winter (New Castle, N.H.) was named the 2017 Little East Conference Rookie of the Year and a First-Team All-LEC selection after going 6-6 overall in singles play, with all but one match being played at No. 1 singles. She picked up three additional wins at No. 1 doubles in her first collegiate season.
Rhode Island College head coach Adam Spring was named the 2017 Little East Conference Coach of the Year after guiding the Anchorwomen to an undefeated fall season. RIC went 16-0 on its way to capturing the LEC regular season and tournament championships. This marked the third LEC Coach of the Year honor for Spring in five seasons.
|2017 All-Little East Conference Women's Tennis Team|
|Player of the Year:||Dayna Reilly (Sr.), Rhode Island College|
|Rookie of the Year:||Sage Winter (Fr.), Plymouth State|
|Coach of the Year:||Adam Spring, Rhode Island College|
|Singles||Dayna Reilly (Sr.)||Rhode Island College|
|Singles||Kristy Garcia (Sr.)||UMass Boston|
|Singles||Emma Chapman (So.)||Western Connecticut|
|Singles||Grace Zangari (Fr.)||Rhode Island College|
|Singles||Sage Winter (Fr.)||Plymouth State|
|Singles||Jenna Lahaie (Jr.)||UMass Dartmouth|
|Doubles||Emma Chapman (So.) / Carole Allers (Jr.)||Western Connecticut|
|Doubles||Kristy Garcia (Sr.) / Katie Gauthier (So.)||UMass Boston|
|Doubles||Bojana Roman (Sr.) / Alison Scagnelli (Sr.)||Bridgewater State|
|Singles||Bojana Roman (Sr.)||Bridgewater State|
|Singles||Alisha Silva (Sr.)||Bridgewater State|
|Singles||Carole Allers (Jr.)||Western Connecticut|
|Singles||Nathalie Khafaga (Jr.)||Worcester State|
|Singles||Jenna Sundquist (Fr.)||Plymouth State|
|Singles||Katherine Braganca (Jr.)||Rhode Island College|
|Doubles||Jenna Lahaie (Jr.) / Jaime Fastino (So.)||UMass Dartmouth|
|Doubles||Dayna Reilly (Sr.) / Laurel Ten Eyck (Fr.)||Rhode Island College|
|Doubles||Chloe Knapp (Fr.) / Jenna Sundquist (Fr.)||Plymouth State|