New England's Best Football Rivalry: UMass Vs. UNH, Saturday At Noon
#22/20 UMASS (6-4, 3-3) vs. #13/12 UNH (7-2, 4-2)
What many call the best college football rivalry in New England, No. 22/20 UMass travels to Durham to battle No. 13/12 New Hampshire in a crucial game as both teams still eye the NCAA postseason. The Minutemen stand at 6-4 overall, 3-3 in the CAA after a heartbreaking 21-20 loss to Maine last weekend at home. The Wildcats are 7-2 overall, 4-2 in the CAA, standing in a first-place tie with Maine. UNH comes off a 24-13 loss at Villanova last weekend.
The game will be televised live on Comcast SportsNet with Gary Tanguay and Andy Gresh calling the action with a 12:06 kickoff.
Saturday's game will be broadcast live on the UMass Sports Network with Josh Maurer, in his first season as the new "Voice of the Minutemen." Former kicker Matt Goldstein will handle the color commentary, while Adam Frenier will be covering the sidelines. The pregame show begins at 11:30 a.m. (ET) on WRNX (100.9 FM), the flagship of the network. It will also be carried by WCRN (830 AM), WATD (95.9 FM) and WCAP (980 AM) in the central and eastern parts of Massachusetts. The game can also be heard live online at UMassAthletics.com.
UMass is ranked for the 54th week in a row (every week since the first week of the 2005 season) in the Sports Network media poll. The Minutemen are just one of five programs in the nation to have been ranked every week since that point. They are joined by Montana, New Hampshire, Northern Iowa and Southern Illinois. This week the Minutemen are 22nd in the Sports Network poll and 20th in the FCS Coaches Poll. New Hampshire is No. 13 in the media poll and No. 12 in the coaches poll.
UMass has won four of their last six games, including back-to-back wins over Bryant and Rhode Island by a combined 91-7 score. After consecutive wins vs. Delaware (17-7) and at Northeastern (28-24) in early October, the Minutemen had their 16-game home winning streak snapped against No. 9 Richmond, 30-15 on Oct. 18. It was UMass' first home loss since Oct. 29, 2005.
The Minuteman defense has returned to its form over the last six weeks after a tough start to the 2008 against some of the finest teams in the nation (including FBS No. 2 Texas Tech and FCS No.1 James Madison). In its last six games, starting with its 17-7 win over Delaware (10/4), UMass allowed just 14.8 points per game while giving up just 275.3 yards per game. Those numbers are a stark contrast from the first four games, when UMass allowed 41.5 points per game and 422.2 yards per game. With the improved defense, UMass is giving up just 164.2 rushing yards and 109.3 passing yards in the last six games. The first four games yielded 206 rushing yards and 216.2 passing per game.
The Series: UMass vs. New Hampshire
Last season, UMass football claimed the first CAA North title as senior Matt Lawrence rushed for 139 yards and two touchdowns while Liam Coen became UMass' career passing yardage leader as the Minutemen celebrated Senior Day with a 27-7 win over rival New Hampshire. The defense was stellar as it posted eight sacks and limited UNH's Walter Payton Award winner Ricky Santos to just 221 passing yards.
Back in 2006, the Minutemen captured the last regular-season meeting in Durham, 28-20. Defensive end John Hatchell batted down a lateral pitch by UNH quarterback Ricky Santos in the final seconds to secure the win. John's brother junior linebacker Jason Hatchell was honored with the Bill Knight Trophy as the game's MVP after he had a career-high 18 tackles.
In the 2006 NCAA Quarterfinal, it was a virtual repeat of the waning seconds in the regular-season meeting between the rivals, Jason Hatchell batted down a fourth-and-one pass by UNH's Ricky Santos, intended for Keith LaVan, to ensure the victory of the for the Minutemen, 24-17. Steve Baylark romped for 198 yards - his second-highest rushing total - to pace the UMass offensive attack. His 60-yard burst in the first quarter set up his only touchdown of the day. Brad Anderson intercepted Ricky Santos with 13:30 left in the fourth quarter and returned the ball 31 yards to the UNH 14-yard line which set up Chris Koepplin's 33-yard field goal with 11:08 left in regulation.
UNH posted its last win, a 34-28 win at UMass on Oct. 29, 2005. Back in 2004, UMass posted a 38-21 upset win over then-No. 7 UNH.
The Minutemen stand at 22-11-1 against UNH in Amherst and 14-7 all-time in McGuirk Stadium.
The series with UNH is the longest dated active series as the teams first played back in 1897. UMass posted a 10-4 win on Oct. 2, 1897. The conference foes have played every season since 1952.
UMass has played 70 games, the third-most games of any opponent, against New Hampshire with only more games against Rhode Island (83) and UConn (71). The 42 wins against UNH is the second-most of any opponent with only more (46), coming against Rhode Island.
Head coach Don Brown is 6-2 all-time vs. the Wildcats, going 3-1 while he was at Northeastern and 3-1 at UMass. UNH coach Sean McDonnell is 4-6 vs. UMass over his 10 years.
The Bill Knight Trophy
The award is named after Bill Knight, the long-time Sports Information Director at New Hampshire. Knight passed away in November of 1985 following a long bout with cancer. In addition to his duties at UNH, Knight was a past President of the New England Sports Information Directors Association, a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee at the 1984 Winter Games and a recipient of the Irving T. Marsh ECAC Service Bureau Award. He also served as the Information Officer of the Yankee Conference. Knight was inducted into the UNH 100 Club Hall of Fame on Oct. 2, 1987.
In 2005, UNH's David Ball won the award after he had four receiving TDs and gaining 199 yards through the air. In 2004, Steve Baylark was honored with the award. In 2003, Jason Peebler captured the award as he caught five passes for 177 yards and two touchdowns. UNH's Stephan Lewis won the award the previous three seasons -- becoming the first player to win it three times. In addition to Baylark and Peebler, other UMass winners were: Tim Bryant (1986), Dave Palazzi (1988), Gary Wilkos (1989), John Johnson (1993), Marcel Shipp (1998) and Adrian Zullo (1999).
Senior Class Ties Class Wins Record
The seniors are also seeking to lead UMass to the NCAA Tournament for the third year in a row, which would set a new UMass mark. They are also looking for a third straight conference crown, which would be the first occurrence in the Yankee/Atlantic 10/CAA since Boston University in 1982-84. The last time UMass won three conference crowns in a row was from 1977-79, winning three Yankee Conference titles in a row.
About UMass Coach Don Brown
UMass Dominating FCS & CAA Foes
The Minutemen are 18-4 in conference games over the last three seasons. The Minutemen finished at 7-1 in the CAA last season and were the last undefeated team in league play prior to the loss to Rhode Island. UMass went 8-0 in conference in 2006 (becoming the first undefeated team in league since Villanova in 1997).
Coen's Super Senior Season
Coen became the 21st passer in NCAA FCS history with 10,000 career passing yards and now stands 14th all-time with 10,741. He broke the mark in the first quarter against Bryant (10/25), when he threw for 389 yards in just over a half of football. Towson's Sean Schaefer went over the mark earlier this season and leads all active FCS passers with 11,003. Prior to Schaefer, New Hampshire's Ricky Santos was the last with 10,000 career passing yards. There have been 50 passers in FBS with 10,000 career yards.
Coen's 87 career passing touchdowns ranks 16th on the career FCS list. He can zoom up the chart. With just five more he would be 13th.
Coen is first on the career active touchdown passes list in FCS with a UMass record 85 passes. Coen is third to Texas Tech's Graham Harrell (125) and Missouri's Chase Daniel (90) on the overall Division I list including both FBS and FCS. Harrell is also the career active leader in passing yards (14,759) and completions (1,298). Coen is fifth (10,741) and sixth (795) on those lists among all of Division I. He ranks second in all of FCS in those categories to Towson's Sean Schaefer.
Coen is also second in FCS career active leader in the following statistics: touchdowns responsible for (90) and yards per offensive play (7.73)
Heading into the Texas Tech game on Sept. 20, Coen was the active career leader in passing efficiency with 153.53 mark including both FCS and FBS of players with more than 20 games. He is now fifth on the list at 152.92. His mark of 154.66 this season is seventh in the nation.
Coen became UMass' career passing leader with 191 yards vs. New Hampshire (11/10/07). He now has 10,741 yards breaking the 10,000-yard plateau against Bryant (10/25/08) on a 35-yard pass to Jeremy Horne four minutes into the game. Coen passed Todd Bankhead (7,018) with an 8-yard pass to Ian Jorgensen in the third quarter of the New Hampshire game last season. Coen became UMass' career touchdown passing leader on Oct. 27, 2007 in the 48-34 win at William & Mary. He tossed four scoring strikes at Hofstra (11/17/07) to pass Bankhead's 51 and Coen took over as the all-time completion leader that same game with 22, moving him ahead of Bankhead's 561. He now has 87 career touchdown passes and 795 completions to own both of those records.
Coen is UMass' career leader in pass efficiency (152.9), completion percentage (63.9), yards per attempt (8.56) and total yards per play (7.73).
The Rhode Island native has started the last 47 games in a row with UMass holding a 35-12 record in those games since he drew his first start against Albany on Sept. 17, 2005. Of those 12 losses, four games been to FBS teams, so Coen is 35-8 against FCS teams.
In 2008, he ranks seventh in NCAA in pass efficiency (154.66) on 171-of-275 for 2459 yards with 21 passing touchdowns and just 10 interceptions.
In just 10 games, pass efficiency (154.66) is third-best in a single-season, touchdowns (21) is sixth, yardage total (2,459) ranks as seventh-best single season at UMass. Completions (171) mark is ninth-best season.
Coen threw for 300 or more yards three times this year with 395 at Holy Cross (9/6), 339 at #7 James Madison (339) and 389 vs. Bryant (10/25). Coen now has 11 career 300-yard passing games.
The signal-caller has 21 TD passes this season, with three in each of the first three games and a career-high tying and UMass school-record tying five against Bryant. He has 12 career games with three or more TD passes and five games with four or more TD passes.
After his final college game in his homestate of Rhode Island, Coen was named the CAA Offensive Player of the Week on Nov. 3 and was awarded the New England Writers Golden Helmet on Nov. 5. He nearly set the UMass record for completion percentage in a game with 88.2 against URI completing 15-of-17 for 241 yards and three touchdowns in just over a half of action. Tim Day still holds the record at 89.4 (17-of-19), set in 2004 at Delaware State.
Week two was huge for Coen, who was named the Sports Network National Player of the Week, ECAC Player of the Week, CAA Offensive Player of the Week and captured the Golden Helmet as the top player in New England. Coen threw for 395 yards, going 25-for-37 including three passing touchdowns. The Newport, R.I., native also ran for a one-yard score in the first quarter. The Walter Payton Award candidate tallied his ninth-career 300-yard passing game, as well as his ninth-career 3TD game. Coen's 25 completions rank 12th most in UMass' single-game record book, while his 395 yards through the air were the sixth-best single-game total in school history.
UMass Turns To Nelson
Nelson is third in the CAA in rushing with 96.7 yards per game. He has 976 yards, on 191 carries and nine touchdowns.
He gained 100 yards in four games this season and ranks 24th in FCS in average per game. He piled up a career-high 175 yards on 37 carries at Northeastern (10/11). Nelson ran for 163 yards on 23 carries in the win over #16 Delaware (10/4). That includes his 109-yard game at #7 James Madison (9/13). Nelson also scored two touchdowns for the second week in a row with the pair at the Dukes. Nelson had his third game of the year with multiple scores at Rhode Island (11/1).
Nelson was a stud in his first game as a starter at tailback as he gained 171 yards, a then-career-best vs. Albany (8/30). Nelson scored two touchdowns including a 64-yard rush, the longest running play by a Minuteman since R.J. Cobbs' 84-yard run in 2002. Nelson earned the first New England Football Writers Player of the Week Award after the Albany game.
Nelson followed that up with a 82-yard, two-touchdown effort at Holy Cross (9/6), in a game that the Crusaders were clearly stacking the line to try to stop the run.
Receivers Step It Up
Now UMass is in line to have its second straight season with a pair of 1,000-yard receivers as Criz needs just 32 yards and Horne is just 140 yards shy.
Well there are bigtime answers including an all-time record performance by Cruz. At #7 James Madison (9/13), Cruz set a school-record with 262 receiving yards on a school-record tying 13 receptions. That yardage mark is fourth-most in conference history. Cruz was amazing in the second half as over the final 30 minutes, he had 11 catches for 248 yards. Through his first 10 1/2 games at UMass, Cruz had eight catches for 129 yards.
Cruz leads UMass in catches with 59 receptions for 968 yards. He is first in the CAA in yards per game with 96.8, which is 13th in the NCAA. He is also second in the CAA in receptions per game and 27th in the nation with 5.9.
Cruz is just 32 yards for becoming the sixth receiver in UMass history with 1,000 yards in a single season. Last year the Minutemen had a pair of 1000-yard receivers for the first time in Moore (1,100) and Rancher (1,007). Cruz is already seventh in single-season yards with 968. He is also seventh in single-season catches with 59.
Cruz had his second huge game in the win at Northeastern (10/11), as he had 10 catches for 139 yards. Both were his second double-figure catch game and 100-yard game. He grabbed three balls for 93 yards against Bryant (10/25) for his third-most yards in a game this year. That was followed by a seven-catch, 129-yard performance at Rhode Island (11/1) to go with two touchdowns in the 49-0 win.
Just behind Cruz on the list is Horne, who has 48 catches for 860 yards. He is second to Cruz in the CAA in receiving yards per game at 86.0, which is 25th in the NCAA. Horne is fifth in the league in catches per game at 4.8. Horne, one of Coen's go-to targets in the early going, had his breakout performance at Holy Cross (9/6) where he set career-highs in catches (10), yards (172), touchdowns (2), and long reception (47).
Horne has his second 100-yard receiving game against #16 Delaware (10/4) with eight catches for 114 yards including a 40-yard bomb on the first series of the game.
Playing on his 22nd birthday against Bryant (10/25), Horne piled up 182 receiving yards, the fourth-most in a game in UMass history to set a new career high. As part of the big day, Horne scored three touchdowns (16, 21, 54) to become the first UMass player with three TD catches since Brandon London's school record four in 2006. Horne racked up 141 yards on nine catches and a career-long 58-yard touchdown vs. Maine (11/8).
In the season opener against Albany, Horne led the way with four catches for 37 yards including a game-icing 17-yard TD in the fourth quarter. Horne played his first year at Syracuse before transferring and caught 12 balls last season for 146 yards and scored three touchdowns. He showed a knack against top competition in 2007, scoring touchdowns against Boston College (9/29/07) and #4 Southern Illinois in the NCAAs (12/1/07).
Redshirt freshman Julian Talley has 15 catches for 195 yards. Talley logged CAA Football Rookie of the Week honors after teaming with Coen, in the Minutemen's 45-42 win on the road at Holy Cross (9/6). The Winslow, N.J., native had four catches for 71 yards vs. the Crusaders. Talley had four catches at Northeastern (10/11) for 68 yards.
Sanford, who came to UMass as a quarterback in 2006 after a year at Virginia, has 14 catches for 144 yards this season including a touchdown against Holy Cross (9/6). A big target at 6-3, 208 lbs., he is also one of the team's top stalk blockers and a force on special teams as well. He caught two passes for 31 yards at Holy Cross (9/6), including his first TD catch of the season.
A Defense That Won't Be Denied
The Minutemen got on track in a major way against one of the top teams in FCS history, Delaware (10/4). UMass held the Blue Hens to just 167 yards of total offense in a 17-7 win. Most impressive was that UMass allowed just 88 total yards following a game-opening 79-yard drive. In the second half, UMass gave up just 63 total yards and the Blue Hens completed just one pass for five yards.
Over the last six games, UMass has allowed just 275.3 yards per game after giving up more than 400 on average in the first four games. UMass has allowed its opponents to just 14.8 points in the last six games, which is on par with the recent years when UMass allowed just 13.3 points in 26 games in 2005-06.
With the improved defense, UMass is giving up just 164.2 rushing yards and JUST 109.3 passing yards in the last six games. The first four games yielded 206 rushing yards and 216.2 passing per game.
UMass has held four of their last six opponents to less than 100 passing yards including just 45 by Maine (11/8).
Last year, the Minutemen were tough against the run and the pass, ranking 13th in the country in both pass efficiency defense (115.62) and rushing defense (115.62), numbers that ranked first and second, respectively, in the conference. In 2007, UMass ranked 13th in the country and first in the CAA in total defense in 2007, allowing 309.62 yards per game. UMass ranked first in the conference and 15th nationally in scoring defense last year, allowing just 19.15 points per game.
Jennings Leads Top Tacklers
Behind Jennings is fellow linebacker George Byrd, who has started every game at WILL. Byrd has 67 tackles and is tied with Jennings with 7.0TFLs for 10 yards.
In 2007, the group played a leading role in UMass holding its opponents to the lowest passing efficiency (107.98) in the CAA and also their run support helped the Minutemen be the second-toughest team to run on in the conference (115.62 yds/g).
This season, UMass is ninth in the nation in passing yardage defense, giving up just 152 per game. That is second in the CAA.
Smalls was a preseason All-American by many media outlets and has 20 tackles and two pass break-ups in 2008 prior to being hurt. After an incredible junior campaign that saw him rack up 49 tackles, half a sack, and two interceptions, including a 90-yard return for touchdown vs. Towson (9/5/07), Smalls received several awards, including: Sports Network Honorable Mention All-American, All-CAA first team and New England Writers All-Star.
A junior, Miles has been the big playmaker in his second season after joining UMass after a freshman season at Navy. Miles is second on the team in tackles with 76 this season. He has three interceptions including a game-sealing 52-yard runback for a touchdown against #16 Delaware (10/4). At Northeastern (10/11), he also made the game-sealing play with a fumble recovery lost by Husky quarterback Anthony Orio with 1:30 left in a 28-24 victory. Miles racked up a career-high and UMass season-best 19 tackles against Maine (11/8). A preseason All-American by Draft Consensus, Miles recorded 67 tackles last year from his free safety position, good for fourth on the team. He also had 10 passes defended and forced four fumbles, second-most in the CAA.
The senior Robinson has 29 tackles in 2008 and a team-high 10 pass break-ups to rank tied for second in the CAA. Robinson was actually named All-CAA last season twice, as a first team cornerback and as a third team kick returner. He recorded three interceptions last season.
The newcomer to this year's starting unit is strong safety Brian Ellis, a converted linebacker. Overall in 2008, Ellis is fourth in tackles on the team with 60. Ellis showed strong in his first game as a starter in as he racked up a career-best 10 tackles against Albany (8/30). He has at least four tackles in every game this season.
Defensive Line Creates Chaos
After a slow start in 2008, UMass has racked up 12 sacks in the last three games including a season-best eight at Rhode Island (11/1). Including in that were a pair from senior lineman Darrlyn Fenner. UMass had four sacks vs. Bryant (10/25) after six total in the first seven games.
The major tackler for loss on the defensive side was Hanson last year. He led the Minutemen in tackles for loss with 16 last season for a total of -83 yards, ranking second in the CAA. He also recorded seven sacks that sent the opposition 67 yards backwards. That total was second on the team to Burris' 9.5 and eighth-best in the conference.
Collier recorded his first sack of the season against Holy Cross' Dominic Randolph (9/6). Collier had 4.5 sacks in 2007 and made 6.5 stops for losses. His big games came vs. Villanova (10/13/07), where he recorded 10 assists, and Rhode Island (11/3/07), where he had with 11 tackles, forced a fumble, recovered a fumble.
Robinson: Always A Threat On KR
This season, Robinson has not had the ball kicked his way. When it has come to him -- just 11 times, he has made opponents pay -- with a 24.8 yard average. Robinson had a season-best 59-yard return at Holy Cross (9/6), on the only ball kicked his way.
2007 CAA All-Conference third team kick-returner Robinson, who was an All-Conference second-team kickoff returner in 2006, is third all-time at UMass with a 24.7 career kickoff return average.
His 1,257 career kickoff yardage is third all-time on the UMass charts. Next on the career kick return yardage list for Robinson is Tim Berra (1,295) from 1971-73. Robinson is just 60 yards from the all-time career record of 1,317 held by Stephen Parnell (1967-69)
O-Line Of Protection
Senior captain Sean Calicchio is the undisputed leader of the O-line. The All-CAA player makes the move from right tackle to center this season, where he will be responsible for keeping blocking assignments organized and snap the ball to roommate and close friend Coen. While Calicchio has been on the field this season, UMass has allowed three sacks.
The line was has been stellar early on this season, allowing just six total sacks; two on the final drive of the James Madison (9/13) game, one at Texas Tech (9/20), one at Northeastern (10/11) and two against Richmond (10/18). UMass ranks first in the CAA in fewest sacks allowed and third in the NCAA allowing just 0.6 sacks per game.
Tailback Tony Nelson has gained 100 yards on the ground in four games this season behind the mammouth line.
Ducasse, a native of Haiti, continues to flourish at left tackle. He won the spot protecting Coen's blind-side in the preseason in 2007 has only improved. In his 22 games over the last two seasons, UMass has allowed only 21 sacks and UMass has had a 100-yard rusher in 14 of those 21 games.
Outside of Ducasse, the line was been a rotation of five players due to injuries.
Senior Ben Coblyn started nine games, between right guard and right tackle. The local native from Amherst, returned to football in 2007 after playing basketball at Boston University. At 6-8, he is the tallest Minuteman and at 300 pounds is an imposing and athletic figure.
Converted tight end Rob Getek, now a junior, has started five times on the right side. He made the move to tackle in the spring and is one of the team's most improved players according to Coach Brown.
Sophomore John Ihne started the opener at left guard, missed the second game and played nearly all of the James Madison (9/13) game at center after Calicchio was injured. He started at center at Texas Tech (9/20), at Rhode Island (11/1) and vs. Maine (11/8).
Redshirt freshmen Josh Samuda and Brian Ostaszewski have both filled in admirably this season. Samuda has started the last eight games at left guard while "Ozzie" started at right tackle at Holy Cross (9/6) and at Northeastern (10/11). He also started at right guard against Bryant (10/25).
The line did not allow a sack in the first two games this season. Over the last two seasons, spanning 22 games, UMass has had 14 100-yard rushers.
With giving up 17 sacks in 13 games last season, UMass has allowed just 60 sacks in 60 games since 2004.
Arnold and Cuko Kick Back To Form
Placekicker Armando Cuko had to wait behind two-time all-conference kicker Chris Koepplin for the last two seasons after starting as a true freshman in 2005. Cuko has been nearly perfect on kicks this season with 38-of-39 on extra points and making 6-of-8 field goals attempts.
Cuko kicked a career-best three field goals (22, 44, 38) against Richmond (10/18). The 44-yarder was a career-best.
Cuko made the go-ahead 38-yard field goal in the win over #16 Delaware (10/4). Cuko kicked a career-long game-winning 42-yard field goal to beat Holy Cross (9/6) in week two. That was his first kick of the season and his second game-winning kick. Back in 2005, he booted a 41-yarder to beat James Madison in the mud at McGuirk Stadium.
UMass' other reclamation project on special teams is punter Brett Arnold. A starter in 2007 as a junior college transfer, Arnold lost his job at the end of the season to back-up quarterback Scott Woodward. Now, Arnold has returned to start in 2008 and is fourth in the nation in punting average with a 44.3 mark. Arnold leads the CAA.
Both players have benefitted from the addition of new long snapper Travis Tripucka, who is a two-sport athlete, also playing defense on the men's lacrosse team. Tripucka, has been a welcome addition snapping to both players. He is the son of long-time NBA star Kelly Tripucka and grandson of NFL legend Frank Tripucka. His uncle Mark was a quarterback with UMass in the 1970s.
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Quartet of Captains In 2008
Under The Lights
UMass played four night games under temporary lights at McGuirk and won all four games. The first game under the lights came in the 2000 opener, a 36-16 win over William & Mary on Aug. 31. That game was also the only other game played in August.
The Minutemen played the 2004 home opener under the lights -- Don Brown's first home game as UMass head coach -- a 30-20 win on Sept. 11, 2004. UMass played two home games under the lights in 2005, beating Albany, 40-0 on Sept. 17 and Rhode Island, 14-6 on Sept. 24.
Lights were installed for the 2006 NCAA I-AA Playoffs for UMass' 24-17 win over New Hampshire on Dec. 2. That game kicked off at 2:30 p.m. and the lights did not take effect until the second half.
Looking Back At 2007
The Minutemen were a perfect 6-0 at home to extend their home winning streak to 14 games. The team hasn't lost a home tilt since the 2005 campaign. The Minutemen finished the season at No. 6 in the Coaches Poll and No. 7 in the Sports Network Poll.
For the second year in a row, the UMass football team was the most decorated team in terms of all-conference selections. Last year, UMass set an all-time league record with 20 members of the All-Conference team. UMass led the league with 17 All-CAA selections.
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