PAWTUCKET, R.I.--Three standouts from the six time defending Little East Conference tournament champion Keene State field hockey team were recipients of the final weekly awards from the conference office.
Julia Babbitt (Haddam, Conn.) was named the league's Offensive Player of the Week. The senior forward had a goal and three assists as the Owls secured the LEC championship with three wins. Babbitt set up two goals, notching the 100th point of her career, in the quarterfinal win over Bridgewater State. She added another assist on KSC's opening goal against Southern Maine in the semifinals, then recorded her 11th goal of the season with the game winner in the LEC championship tilt against Castleton.
Junior Ally McCall (Watertown, Mass.) was picked as the LEC Defensive Player of the Week. McCall was named the LEC tournament's Most Outstanding Player, backstopping a defense that allowed just two goals in three games as KSC coasted to a sixth straight title. She also picked up an assist on KSC's first goal against Castleton.
Sophomore Rachel Loseby (Hartford, Vt.) was named as the LEC Goalkeeper of the Week. Loseby played every single minute of all three LEC tournament games, allowing two goals in three contests. She made five stops against Bridgewater State in the quarterfinals and six more against Southern Maine in the finals before being called upon to make one stop against Castleton.