Capparelli had six goals, one assist, one steal and 16 drawn kick-outs over four games at the Bison Invitational last weekend. Her performance included a program-record 10 drawn kick-outs in a 12-10 overtime defeat of Michigan on Sunday. Megan Thomson set the record of seven twice in 2002, against Michigan and Massachusetts.
Davies amassed 35 saves, three steals and two assists in goal for Hartwick, which received three goals, 12 assists, three steals and five drawn kick-outs from Boyle.
The Hawks also selected Capparelli and Jemma Dendy Young as its Hawks of the Week. Dendy Young had 10 goals, two assists and 13 steals at the Bison Invitational. She set an all-time program record in steals with 261, passing the mark of 249 set by Kirsten Hudson from 2007-10.
SUNY Cobleskill earned two major awards from the North Eastern Athletic Conference on Tuesday as Nicole Damiano won men’s swimming and diving co-Coach of the Year and freshman Nolan Graziano received Rookie of the Year accolades, as selected by the conference’s coaches.
Fourth-year Cobleskill coach Damiano, who shared her honor with Patricia George of Wells College, led the Fighting Tigers to a second-place finish at the NEAC Championships, which ran Friday through Sunday in Cazenovia.
Cobleskill placed a program-best second with 478 points in the four-team championships and combined for 14 All-NEAC Team honors.
Graziano won the 200-yard individual medley (2:09.64), the 100 breaststroke (1:05.31) and the 200 breaststroke (2:23.66) for First Team All-NEAC honors in each event. He also swam legs for the conference champion 200 medley relay (1:47.36) and 800 freestyle relay (8:00.86) teams, as well as the runner-up 400 free relay (3:33.99) and 400 medley relay (3:59.34) squads.
Cobleskill also selected sophomore swimmer Rachael Degnan as its athlete of the week Tuesday.
Degnan earned First Team All-NEAC finishes for winning the 200 butterfly (2:24.42), the 500 free (5:41.80) and the 1,650 free (19:52.95), leading the Fighting Tigers women to a program-best second-place finish in the NEAC Championships.