Lacrosse: Three From Eagles Men's, Women's Teams Earn Final NECC Awards

Nashua – The final awards of all-time have been recently announced for the Daniel Webster men's and women's lacrosse programs in the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC), with three student-athletes honored including one with a first (and last) of its kind major award.

A pair of Eagle men's lacrosse players earned first team all-conference awards as goalkeeper James Bushey (Hamden, Conn.) was joined by attackman Tre Mason (Kelowna, B.C.).

Bushey, for his part topped his career also being named the NECC Goalkeeper of the Year, making him the only all-time major award winner (student-athlete) in the history of the program (two prior coaches were respective coaches of the year in 2006 and 2015).

On the women's side, senior Madeline Roulier (Pittsfield, Mass.) topped her career named as a third-team selection at the attack position.

BUSHEY, who returned to the program after a hiatus with the baseball program in 2016, led the NECC in GAA (10th nationally) at 7.00, and was second overall nationally in save percentage (.629).

For his career, Bushey finished with 285 saves all-time at DWC (5th), to go with a .571 save percentage (3rd) and 10.64 GAA (2nd).

MASON, who led the NECC in total goals (42) and points (55), finished 7th all-time at DWC on the points leader board with 92 while his 70 goals placed him 6th and his 22 assists placed him 11th. His 3.54 points per game averaged placed him fourth all-time for the Eagles.

ROULIER, who led the Eagles with 24 goals and three assists for 27 points in 10 games this past season, ends as the fourth all-time all-conference honoree for the program. She finished second all-time in points (85), fourth in goals (60) and first in assists (25) while her points per game average was 5th (2.43).

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