All-Spectator Sports Teams

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Women's Team:

Katie Parkman ’17 (Hockey): 

Parkman was selected as the NESCAC Player of the Year (2nd in program history) for her performance on the season in which she scored 22 points (4th in NESCAC), and registered13 assists (4th in NESCAC). Parkman excelled in conference play, scoring 17 points in 16 NESCAC games (5 goals, 12 assists).



Cat Berry ’19 (Track and Field, Rowing):

Berry set the indoor school record in the 60-meter dash (8.08 seconds), along with the overall records in the 

100-meter dash (12.20 seconds), the 200-meter dash (25.11 seconds) and the 400-meter dash (59.46 seconds).



Samantha Walther ’18 (Hockey):

Walther was selected to the Division III All-America First Team and the All-NESCAC First Team. Walther registered eight shut-outs in 2016/17 (tied for the most in Division-III). On the year, Walther posted a .952 save percentage (4th in the nation) and a 1.27 goals against average.



Eva Rosencrans ’17 (Field Hockey):

Rosencrans was twice honored to the Division III All-America Second Team and was selected four times to the All-Region First Team. On the season, Rosencrans lead the team with 14 goals and was  second on the team with seven assists. She is the program’s all-time leader with 51 career goals.




Morgan Fletcher ’17 (Lacrosse, Soccer):

Fletcher, a two-sport athlete, started all 16 games in both the lacrosse and soccer seasons. Fletcher registered a team-leading 40 points in lacrosse (25 goals, 15 assists) and has accounted for at least one point in every lacrosse game in the past two seasons.




Rookie of the Year: Michaela Giuttari (Field 

Hockey, Hockey)

Giuttari was selected as the NESCAC Field Hockey Rookie of the Year and to the New England West All-Region Second Team. She led the Continentals with 8 assists and tied for the team lead with 15 goals and 36 points, which led all NESCAC first-years.

Men's Team:

Eli Saucier ’18 (Track & Field, Football):

Saucier set school records in the 100-meter dash (10.84 seconds), the 200-meter dash (21.56 seconds) and the 400-meter dash (48.96 seconds). He also is the NESCAC Champion in 200-meter dash and plays wide receiver for the football team.


Evan Buitenhuis ’18 (Hockey): 

Buitenuis was selected as both the NESCAC and the 2017 Division III Men’s Hockey Player of the Year. Buitenhuis was also placed on the All-NESCAC and All-

America First Teams. He also led the NESCAC in both Goals Against Average, 1.47, and Save Percentage, .948.


Brandon Willet ’18 (Hockey):

Willet led the men’s hockey team with 12 goals on the season, good enough for  fifth in the NESCAC, along with nine assists and two game-winning goals. Willet registered 15 points (nine goals, six assists) in 17 regular season NESCAC games. For his performance, Willett earned a spot on the All-NESCAC First Team and was awrded NESCAC Men’s Hockey Player for the Week of Dec. 6.


Tyler Hudson ’19 (Football):

NESCAC coaches selected Hudson to the  All-NESCAC First Team for his play this year. Hudson led Hamilton with 12 tackles for loss (3rd in NESCAC) and 4 sacks. He also registered 47 total tackles, 30 solo tackles, three pass break-ups and a forced fumble.


Ryan Wolfsberg ’17 (Baseball):

Wolfsberg led Hamilton with a .400 Batting Average (3rd in NESCAC), 4 home runs (Tied for most in NESCAC) and .611 Slugging Percentage (Best in NESCAC). Wolfsberg finished second on the team with a a .473 On-Base Percentage (4th in NESCAC). While this spring’s awards have not come out, Wolfsberg was selected to the 2016 NESCAC First Team and was a 2016 ECAC Division III New England All-Star.


Co-Rookies of the Year: Kena Gilmour (Basketball) and Luke Eckels (Soccer)

Gilmour was selected as the NESCAC Basketball Rookie of the Year, the first rookie of the year in program history, for his season in which he registered 12.0 PPG, 27 steals (15th in NESCAC) and a 48.3 field goal percentage.

Eckels received the NESCAC Soccer Rookie of the Year honors and was selected to the All-NESCAC Second Team and the All-New England Region Third Team. Eckels started 18 games on defense in Hamilton’s most successful men’s soccer campaign.

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