Erich Keutmann

Erich Keutmann

Junior linebacker Erich Keutmann (Washingtonville, N.Y.) of the football team made a game-high 19 tackles, including three for a loss of ten yards, on Saturday as the Golden Bears clinched their third consecutive CCC title with a 35-0 shutout victory over Becker College. Keutmann led a defensive unit that surrendered just 78 total yards and 1.5 yards per play to the Hawks. (11/11)

Junior wide receiver Adam Razza (Watertown, Conn.) of the football team recorded six receptions for a career-high 179 yards and one touchdown in Western New England’s 42-31 win over Endicott on Saturday. Razza hauled in a 63-yard TD catch in the second quarter, after picking up gains of 40 and 41 yards in the opening period. (11/4)

Junior Ryan Zogby (New Hartford, N.Y.) of the men’s golf team had a strong finish to the fall season, as he tied for fifth place in the 114-golfer field at the NEIGA Championship. Zogby posted scores of 75 (+3) on both Sunday and Monday, finishing with a 36-hole total of 150. As a team, the Golden Bears placed 4th in the 22-team field. (10/28)

Sophomore linebacker Joshua Salem (Dracut, Mass.) of the football team led the Western New England defense with a career-high 16 tackles (eight solo) and also recorded an interception as the Golden Bears defeated Salve Regina 38-31 on Saturday. (10/21)

Sophomore defender Larsen Keys (Norfolk, Mass.) of the men’s soccer team scored the game-winning goal late in the first half of Wednesday’s 3-0, non-conference victory over Elms. (10/15)

Junior linebacker Ricky Montalvo (Rocky Hill, Conn.) of the football team recorded 11 tackles, including 3.5 for a loss of 15 yards and 1.5 sacks, in Western New England's 30-19 win over Nichols on Saturday. He also made a key special teams play late in the first half, blocking a potential go-ahead Nichols field goal attempt that was returned 73 yards for a touchdown, giving the Golden Bears a 17-9 advantage at halftime. (10/7)

Senior running back Jamyre Soberanis (Dorchester, Mass.) of the football team turned in a career performance on Saturday in Western New England's 50-38 victory over the University of New England. Soberanis compiled 202 yards from scrimmage with four touchdowns in the CCC-opening win. He carried the ball 21 times for a career-high 168 yards and three scores, while also catching two passes for 34 yards and a touchdown. (9/30)

Senior forward Charlie Argyle (Marshfield, Mass.) of the men's soccer team factored into two of Western New England's three goals last week as the Golden Bears defeated Bard 1-0 on Tuesday and earned a 2-2 draw with No. 25 Brandeis on Saturday. He assisted on Matt Remillard's fifth-minute header against Bard with a throw-in that set up the game's only goal. Argyle then scored the equalizer against Brandeis in the 60th minute on a perfectly placed header following a free kick by Connor Prindle. (9/23)

Junior wide receiver Steven Fedorchak (Guilderland, N.Y.) of the football team turned in the most prolific single-game receiving performance in program history on Friday night as Western New England defeated Westfield State 56-35 in the annual Presidents' Cup Game. Fedorchak made a career-high nine catches and established new program records for both receiving yards (319) and touchdowns (five). He needed just one quarter to break the previous records of 183 yards and three touchdowns. The junior hauled in touchdown receptions of 53, 69, 69 and 35 yards in the opening period, before adding another 35-yard score in the second quarter. (9/16)

Sophomore safety Bailey Devine-Scott (Wattle Grove, Australia) of the football team played a key role in Western New England's 33-17 victory over crosstown rival Springfield College on Saturday. Devine-Scott, who was named the CCC Football Defensive Player of the Week, recorded a team-high 12 tackles and broke up four passes while also forcing and recovering a fumble. (9/9)

Senior forward Charlie Argyle (Marshfield, Mass.) of the men's soccer team sparked the Western New England offense with two goals in the Golden Bears' 3-2 victory over Bridgewater State on Sunday. (9/3)