PAWTUCKET, R.I. - Junior Greg Shawinsky, senior Katelyn Terry, and the women's track and field 4x400 meter relay team garnered Little East Conference (LEC) Weekly honors, following their dominant performances over the past week, it was announced by the league office. This is the second-straight weekly accolade for the 4x400 meter relay team.
Junior Greg Shawinsky was named the LEC Defensive Player of the Week for his outstanding play in a commanding 22-2 LEC victory over Salem State in KSC's only matchup of the week. From Trumbull, Conn., Shawinsky went a season high 16-for-18 from the faceoff 'x' and picked up five ground balls in the Owls' second consecutive LEC win.
Women's Track and Field
Senior Katelyn Terry was recognized as the LEC Track Athlete of the Week after another standout finish this season. At the Yellow Jacket Invitational, Terry, from Strafford, N.H., finished first in the 800 meter run with a time of 2:17.93, crossing the line in front of the next runner by over four seconds. Terry also competed in two field events, as the senior registered a mark of 10.46 meters in the triple jump for fourth place and tied for 10th place in the long jump with a leap of 4.82 meters.
For the second time in as many weeks, the foursome of K. Terry, senior Lindsey Terry, sophomore Brittany Gravallese and freshman Nicole De Almeida claimed LEC Relay of the Team honors after winning the 4x400 meter relay for the second consecutive meet. The squad combined for a first place finish at the Yellow Jacket Invitational in a time of 4:12.08.