November 1, 2005
Simmons' Rego Repeats As NAC Field Hockey Player of the Year
Simmons College senior midfielder Tanya Rego was selected North Atlantic Conference Field Hockey Player of the Year for the second consecutive season in a vote by the conference coaches. Rego, a three-time first team all-conference honoree, leads the conference with 20 goals on the year including 15 during league play.
Western New England freshman Caitlin Gelber was chosen as the conference Rookie of the Year. Gelber led all first year players with 10 goals on the season. The forward also added five assists for the Bears who finished regular season play undefeated.
Castleton State head coach Tammy Landon was voted NAC Coach of the Year by her peers. In her second season, Landon led the Spartans to an 7-8 regular season mark a year after finishing 4-14. Saturday, Castleton State won its first ever NAC field hockey tournament contest.
Wheelock College was honored with the Team Sportsmanship Award. NAC all-conference selections are determined by a vote of the conference coaches.
|NAC Field Hockey All-Conference Teams|
|Jamie Bell||Sr.||F||Castleton State|
|Carrie Black||Jr.||F||Castleton State|
|Carolyn Griggs||Fr.||F||Castleton State|
|Jennifer Mason||Jr.||M||Castleton State|
|Player of the Year|
|Rookie of the Year|
|Coach of the Year|
|Tammy Landon||Castleton State|
|Team Sportsmanship Award|
2003 NAC Field Hockey All-Conference Teams