It is that time of the season when my Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year awards are handed out as well as Coach of the Year and Game of the Year.
Here are my selections for the 2014 season.
Offensive Player of the Year
Steve Laurino, QB, LIU Post
Laurino had a season for the ages as he led LIU Post to an 8-3 overall record, a NE-10 Championship trophy and a berth in the Division II playoffs. He was also named MVP of the
Here are the game stories from around the NE-10 Championship weekend:
Assumption beats New Haven:
Stonehill survives St. Anselm:
Pace beats Southern Connecticut:
It is the final weekend of play for the NE-10. A champion will be crowned on Saturday and a shot at playing in the NCAA playoffs is on the line. Plus a lot of seniors will suit up for the final time of their career. 2014 was a great season for the league.
# 10 Pace (0-10, 0-9 NE-10) @ # 9 Southern Connecticut (2-8, 2-6 NE-10)
When: November 15th, 3:00 PM
All-Time Series: Southern Connecticut leads the series, 18-0-0
The third and final edition of the regional rankings are out. We will have six teams left standing after this coming Saturday. They will battle for the Super Region One title. A lot of big games this weekend will determine the top six with three conference championships and one game acting like one.
Here is a look at the current top 10 teams:
1. Bloomsburg (10-0, 10-0 D2) - The Huskies continue to be the team to beat in the region. They took care of business over
The regular season is now complete and we have two teams ready to battle it out for the NE-10 Championship. One team was supposed to be here and the other was not.
American International finished as the regular season champions with an 8-1 league record, 8-2 overall. Their lone league defeat was to New Haven in October by the score of 31-24. The Yellow Jackets were the favorite going into the season and lived up to the hype.