“Kyle has that nose for the goal and Conor is an exciting player with speed and creativity,’’ said Pacini, a Weymouth native who founded the men’s program at Lasell.
Dybaud “made an immediate impact with his speed and technical ability, and Lawrence was a spring walk-on who was so impressive I invited him back.’’
Pacini added that Gleason had his best match recently during a 2-1 victory over Bridgewater State, and that Witherbee is a sound back who has been a steadying influence off the bench.
Heacox nets big wins for Endicott
Endicott College sophomore Amy Heacox of Marion was named Commonwealth Coast Conference Women’s Tennis Player of the Week after helping the Gulls win their second straight conference tournament, and secure an automatic NCAA Division 3 tournament berth next spring. Heacox came back at fourth singles to help Endicott edge Roger Williams, 5-4, in the semifinals.
The Old Rochester Regional High graduate was also victorious in both singles and at third doubles in an 8-1 win against top-seeded Nichols in the finals.
She finished the fall season undefeated (15-0, 7-0 CCC) in singles play. Her teammates included junior Annie Gluskin (Duxbury High), who was 7-4 at fourth, fifth and sixth singles.
Marvin Pave can be reached at marvin.pave@ rcn.com.