Men’s and Women’s Basketball
Men’s and Women’s Cross-Country
Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse
Men’s and Women’s Soccer
Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field
Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field
A History of Success
2008-09 Athletic Accomplishments
Eastern led all Little East Conference member institutions with 81 student-ath-
letes named to the LEC All-Academic team.
Eight Eastern athletes were named to an All-America team, including baseball
player Tristan Hobbes, who became Eastern’s first student-athlete named to the
CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine College Division Academic All-America Team.
For the second time in three years, baseball player Shawn Gilblair ‘10 shared
the ABCA Division III Player-of-the-Year Award.
In addition to being named to the 10-player WBCA/State Farms Division III
women’s basketball All-America team, Ashley McFetridge ‘09 was named New
England Player-of-the-Year and repeated as Little East Conference Player-of-
The baseball, softball, men’s lacrosse and women’s basketball programs all
qualified for NCAA Division III tournaments, and the men’s soccer team was the
No. 1 seed in the ECAC New England Division III tournament.
Men’s lacrosse, baseball, women’s basketball, women’s lacrosse and women’s
soccer shared or won LEC conference championships.
Picture Perfect Form Melvin Castillo ’10 is an
Accounting major from Danbury, CT. He is a two-time All-America
and Eastern’s all-time home run leader.
Sarah Swann ’10, a Sport & Leisure Management major from
Oxford, CT, achieved All-Academic status in the Little East
Conference and received an E-Club Outstanding Scholar-Athlete
Physical Education major Maxim Fantl ’10 was an All-Little East
Conference selection in men’s lacrosse. The West Hartford native
was also named the LEC’s Offensive Player-of-The Year in men’s soccer.
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