The accomplishments and awards received through the hard work and dedication of our fall season WST collegiate athletes!
This past fall season was filled with tremendous personal and team accomplishments for many of our WST college athletes. WST is proud to have as clients:
- 16 student athletes start nearly every game in their collegiate season
- 5 teams have won their conferences
- 10 teams who made the NCAA tournament
- 3 teams who made it to the final four of the tournament
- 3 athletes whose team was a finalist in the NCAA tournament
- 1 athlete whose team won the NCAA Tournament
During this collegiate season a few of WST’s proud clients excelled during their respective seasons. To highlight a few outstanding performances that were consistent throughout the entire season we would like to extend our congratulations and appreciation to Tom Bull, Zach Chambers, Nickolette Driesse, Monique Goncalves, Tom Haskel, Rohan Sood, and Krista Longo.
Tom Bull, Tom Haskel, and Rohan Sood were all a part of an Amherst College side that finished 18-1-2 overall and won their third consecutive conference title. Amherst also went on 40-game unbeaten streak that dates back to last season (6th longest streak in Div. III history). Tom Bull was also named to the NSCAA All-Region First Team.
Zach Chambers, enjoyed a very strong season with Olivet Nazarene University. His side finished 15-5-2 and won the CCAC title for a second consecutive season. Chambers ended the season with a 0.89 Goals Against Average. Chambers, averaged 3.68 saves a game with 8 shutouts that led the conference.
Nickolette Driesse, and her Florida State side finished 23-2-3 this season. Nickolette had 28 appearances with 27 of them being starts. Nickolette helped her team win the ACC tournament for the second consecutive season and was named to the ACC all-Frshmen Team. Florida State made it to the College Cup Final, but lost to UCLA 1-0 in overtime. Nickolette finished the season with 7 assists and was called into the U-20 National Team Camp on December 10, 2013.
Monique Goncalves and Carlie Till and the Monmouth Hawks finished the 2013 season 17-2-2. Monique played and started in all 21 games for her side and was named first team al MAAC. Monmouth won the MAAC Regular Season Title and the MAAC Championship Title. Monmouth lost to #24 ranked Penn State in the NCAA tournament.
Krista Longo and her Williams Smith Herons finished 23-1-0 and won the Division III National Championship this season. The Herons also won the Liberty League Championship. Krista finished with 8 goals and 3 assists in 24 games. Three of her eight were game winners and she scored in the 2-0 National Championship victory over #2 Trinity.
Others who have made it to the NCAA tournament include Megan MacDonald of Boston College (Final 4). Carly Rotatori from Harvard Clinched the Ivy league Title. Amanda Haik of Middlebury helped the panthers advance to the NCAA tournament DIII final. Corey DeLaney of Dartmouth made first team all Ivy League and advanced Dartmouth to the Ivy League final.
Other standout individual performances were seen from Eliza Gray of Gettysburg was twice named Centennial Conference (CC) Defensive Player of the Week. Eliza also made second team all conference. Matthew Nigro of William Patterson was named first team all NJAC
Congrats to all of our WST falls season athletes!!!
The staff at Williams Sport Training wishes you and your families a safe, healthy and happy holiday season and New Year!
WST, Where Only the Strong Survive!