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Top Athletes honored 2013 CCRI Athletics Awards Ceremony!
On Tuesday April 30th the CCRI Department of Athletics held the 2013 CCRI Athletics Awards Ceremony at the Vincent A. Cullen Fieldhouse located on the CCRI Knight Campus in Warwick. Many of CCRI’s top athletes were honored and the fall and winter sports received their All-Region and All-American certificates along with each team’s MVP’s and many other Departmental honors were handed out on Tuesday.
The 2012-13 Team MVP’s were: Cross Country: Bobby Allen (Cranston, RI), Women’s Soccer: Caitlin McGarry (Warwick, RI), Men’s Soccer: Manny Alves (Pawtucket, RI), Volleyball Annie Ragan (North Kingstown, RI), Women’s Basketball: Jahira Smith (Brooklyn, NY), Men’s Basketball: Bryan Yarce (Cranston, RI) and Desmond Williams (Torrington, CT), Track: Bobby Allen and Cassandra Gustafson (Pawtucket, RI), Tennis: Ross Bouchard (South Kingstown, RI), Golf: Patrick O’Connor (North Kingstown, RI), Softball: Katie Paddock (Providence, RI) and Kate Fowler (Warwick, RI), and Baseball Conor Gleason (North Stonington, CT).
Other Departmental awards included: the Izzy Siperstein Award to Isaac Medeiros (Johnston, RI) form men’s basketball, the Charlie Wilkes award went to Andrew Crowley (Canton, CT) third baseman on baseball team, the Mary O’Neill Award went to Jess McCaughey (Warwick, RI), the Joseph Andre Jr. Award went to Betti Worth (Manchester, England) form women’s soccer, and the Ann Cullen Award (top student-athlete) went to Bobby Allen of Cross Country and Track. In addition the Ralph Catuogno Award (top GPA’s) went to Chris Munoz-Cortez form men’s soccer (Talcahuano, Chile) with a perfect 4.0 and Annie Ragan from volleyball with a 3.430.
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The Community College of Rhode Island, New England’s largest comprehensive community college, enrolls nearly 18,000 students in credit courses and thousands more in non-credit and job training classes. Its athletic program boasts 12 varsity programs and an academic support program for all student-athletes.