Published February 07. 2014 4:00AM
New London - Connecticut College junior forward JC Cangelosi is one of 18 semifinalists for the Joe Concannon Award, presented annually to the best American-born New England Division II/III men's hockey player.
The winner will be announced on Friday, March 21, prior to the start of the NCAA Frozen Four and the award will be presented during the New England Hockey Writers dinner in April.
"We are happy for JC and his nomination for the Concannon Award," Conn coach Jim Ward said. "He is a dynamic athlete and is among the more skilled players we have had here at Connecticut College. He is a presence in all games and has scored some important goals for us."
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• Andrew Musler scored 23 points as Clark defeated Coast Guard Academy, 71-62, in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference. Senior Devonte Weems had a big game for the Bears (5-14, 2-7), finishing with 15 points and 11 rebounds, both team bests.
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• Regis scored 18 unanswered points to end the first half and went on to rout Mitchell, 72-44, in a NECC game. Janaya Bradley had 22 points and eight rebounds for Regis (17-4, 14-0). Savannah Boyle had 16 points for the Mariners (12-8, 12-2) and Amanda Garcia scored 10. Mitchell shot just 31-percent and turned it over 19 times.
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UConn spokesman Mike Enright said the schools have agreed to reschedule the series for future years, but have not determined when that will happen. He said the schools have until Sept. 26, 2015 to come up with new dates.