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Sports shorts: April 8, 2007 PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, April 08, 2007
4 Cardinals earn Academic honors

CAPE COD, Mass. — Plattsburgh State women's ice hockey players Bree Doyle, Keltie Jones, Lindsay Littman and Claire O'Connor have been named to the 2007 Academic All-Eastern College Athletic Conference West Division Team, according to ECAC interim commissioner Stephen R. Bamford. A total of 38 student-athletes were chosen representing seven of the league's eight teams.
Doyle, a senior goaltender from Ogdensburg, paced the ECAC-West in goals-against average (1.36), save percentage (.934) and winning percentage (.957; 21-0-2) while leading Division III with 21 victories. A Second Team All-Conference choice, Doyle also made two all-tournament teams this season: the ECAC West and NCAA. She has a 3.19 cumulative grade-point average as a biology major.
Jones, a sophomore forward from Burlington, Ontario, tied a career high with eight assists and totaled 11 points this season. She has a 3.08 GPA in sociology.
Littman helped anchor a defensive unit that led Division III in scoring defense at only 1.17 goals allowed per game, which was third in all of college hockey. The sophomore from Eaglesham, Alberta had a career-high six points and tied a national championship game record with two points in the Cardinals' NCAA title-clinching win over Middlebury. She boasts the team's highest GPA (3.61).
O'Connor, a Chicago native, also had a career year with seven goals and 22 assists for 29 points, breaking freshman scoring totals of 5-9-14. The forward was the Cardinals' fourth-leading scorer and ranked second in assists. O'Connor also had five game-winning goals. She owns a 3.30 GPA.


To be named Academic All-Conference, a student-athlete must have completed at least one academic year at the institution, attained a 3.00 GPA or better and played in half of the team's contests.

Town of Plattsburgh registration under way
PLATTSBURGH — The Town of Plattsburgh is now accepting registration for all the programs offered by this department throughout the summer and fall. Programs include baseball, softball, t-ball, swimming, fall soccer and many others.
Summer brochures are being mailed to all homeowners in the town and are also available at the town office during regular business hours. Registrations will be accepted through April 30. Any registrations received after this date will be placed on a waiting list. All participants must register to play in the town they reside in before seeking a release to play elsewhere.
Parents and guardians must sign the registration forms, which can either be downloaded from the town website: townofplattsburgh.org, or forms can be picked up, fillwed out and dropped off at the following locations: Cadyville Gulf, Wooden Ski & Wheel, Cumberland Bay Market, Bill's Mini-Mart, Ukie's Store in Buckley's Plaza, Nadim's Store, Wallace Hill Park (drop box on the building) or the lobby of the town office.
Anyone interested in coaching or in becoming a paid offcial for games should call the recreation department, at 562-6860, between 7 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

 

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