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WNE Women's Basketball

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WESTERN NEW ENGLAND UNIVERSITY
EXCELLENCE IN ATHLETICS
Coach Chaszar
Regional/National Awards
Major Conference Awards
All-Conference Performers
WNE Athletics Year End Awards
Coach Nicole Chaszar
2000 Graduate of Temple University
4x Atlantic-10 Conference All-Academic Team
2-Year Captain
Western New England University
11 Years
Program Leader in wins (170)
2006 Conference Coach of the Year
REGIONAL / NATIONAL AWARDS
5 d3hoops.com All Northeast Region Team
2 ECAC Division III All New England Team
1 NEWBA All-Region Team
1 ESPN The Magazine District 1 Academic Team
MAJOR CONFERENCE AWARDS
2 CCC Players of the Year
2 CCC Rookies of the Year
2 CCC Scholar Athletes of the Year
ALL-CONFERENCE PERFORMERS
17 All-Conference Awards since joining CCC 2007-08 season
(Since joining Commonwealth Coast Conference in 2007-2008)
Tiffany DeRosa
Emily Savino
Kailah Al-Darraji
Chelsea Vujs
Jennifer Dabrowski
Sarah Proper
Jennifer Dabrowski
Tiffany DeRosa
('08 - Jennifer Dabrowski / '16 Chelsea Vujs)
('08 Taryn Belowsky / '10 Emily Savino)
('08 Tiffany DeRosa / '10 Kailah Al-Darraji)
Emily Savino
Taryn Belowsky
Kailah Al-Darraji
Jennifer Dabrowski '08
'07 d3hoops NE 2nd team
'08 d3hoops NE 1st team
'08 ECAC NE 2nd team
Emily Savino '13
'13 d3hoops NE 3rd team
Kailah Al-Darraji '10
'10 ESPN Mag Dist. 1 academic 3rd team
'08
'10, '11, '12, '13
'09, '10
'13, '14, '15, '16
'08
'12
WNE ATHLETICS YEAR END AWARDS
5 WNE Female Athlete of the Year Awards
2 WNE Female Senior Scholar-Athlete of the Year Awards
2 WNE Female Emerging Leader Awards
Jennifer Dabrowski '08
'07 & '08
Female Athlete OTY
Emily Savino '13
'12 & '13
Female Athlete OTY
Katie Eckert ' 14
'14 Scholar-Athlete OTY
Shelby Van Huysen '13
'11 Emerging Leader
'13 Scholar-Athlete OTY
Elena Radzikowski '13
'10 Emerging Leader
EXCELLENCE IN ACADEMICS
University Facts
College of Business
College of Engineering
College of Arts and Sciences
Academics in Athletics
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL
WESTERN NEW ENGLAND UNIVERSITY
FACTS
Located in Springfield, MA
Just under 2,600 Undergraduate Students
Nearly 50 Majors to choose from
13 Master's Programs, 2 PhD programs, JD and LLM programs
14:1 Student/Faculty ratio
Average Class Size: 20 students
U.S News and World Report ranks WNE in the top tier of Regional Universities - North
WNE is one of only a handful of institutions in the country with under 5,000 students coupled with having the highest levels of accreditation in business, engineering, law and social work
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
AACSB Accredited
(Among less than 5% of business schools in the world)
Areas of Study
Accounting
Arts & Entertainment Management
Business Analytics & Information Management
Entrepreneurship
Finance
General Business
International Business
Management and Leadership
Marketing
Marketing Communication / Advertising
Pharmaceutical Business
Sport Management
3+3 Law
Five-Year Bachelor/MBA
An outstanding and immersive 120hr/semester internship program with comprehensive network of more than 400 businesses and organizations
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
Top accredited ABET Engineering Programs
U.S. News and World Report - Best Colleges
2014 - Undergraduate Engineering
Areas of Study
Biomedical Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Combined Degree Opportunities
Five Year BS Engineering / MS Engineering Management
Five Year BS Electrical Eng. / MS Electrical Eng.
Five Year BS Mechanical Eng. / MS Mechanical Eng.
Six Year Engineering / Law
Five Year Bachelor / MBA
Multi-million Engineering facilities renovation and expansion finished for Fall 2014 bringing state-of-the-art classrooms, lab spaces, and technology to WNE
COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
28 Majors to choose from including:
Biology, Chemistry, Communication, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Economics, Education (Elementary & Secondary), English, Forensic Biology, Forensic Chemistry, Health Sciences, History, International Studies, Mathematical Sciences, Neuroscience, Political Science, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology
Pre-Pharmacy and Pre-Physician Assistant
Five Year Bachelor/MBA
3+3 Law Program
Center for Sciences and Pharmacy
Opened Spring 2011 - $40 million facility with state of the art classrooms and laboratories designed to support the highest caliber of learning and research.
Unique opportunities to custom fit your interests into your degree by combining the numerous majors and minors within the College
ACADEMICS IN ATHLETICS
WNE Student Athletes have a cumulative GPA over a 3.0
Women's Basketball
31 CCC All-Academic Team Awards since 2009
WNE Academic Mentoring Program
Freshmen Student-Athletes and upperclassmen below a team determined GPA (Women's Basketball - 3.0) are enrolled in Study Hall.
Study Halls run by upperclassmen Student-Athletes hired as Academic Mentors
Academic Mentors are paid positions student-athletes must apply and interview for - no work study award needed
Chi Alpha Sigma - National Student-Athlete Honor Society
Qualification: Student-athletes who have completed five semesters of higher education, have earned a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.4, and who exhibit distinguished character in the community.
EXCELLENCE IN COMMUNITY SERVICE
NATIONAL GIRLS AND WOMEN IN SPORTS DAY
SAVE OUR KIDS - Inner City Youth Outreach
WNE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL ALUMNI FAMILY
Emily Savino '13 - BS Sport Mgt. - Associate Producer for SportsCenter App - ESPN
Kailah Al-Darraji '10 - BS Marketing - Sales & Ops Coordinator - Graphic Packaging Intl.
Kaylyn Smith '10 - BS Sport Mgt. - Assistant Director of Facilities - Wheaton College
Earned 2014 NACWAA Administrator of Tomorrow & Judith M. Sweet Commitment Award
Katie Arey '09 - BS Biomedical Engineering - Physician Assistant
Jen Dabrowski '08 - BS Accounting - Underwriting Consultant - Aetna Insurance
Lindsay Black '02 - BS Marketing - Creative Visual Assistant Manager - LEGO
DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A GOLDEN BEAR?
Emily Savino '13 (top center w/ flag) at a 2012 London Olympics Women's Basketball game with the Sport Management Club
Western New England University Color Run
Sam McCann
'15
Dorothy O'Neill
'15, '16
(Press Play - bottom left)
Chelsea Vujs '16
'16 NEWBA 2nd team
'16 ECAC NE 2nd team
'16 d3hoops NE 3rd team
Chelsea Vujs
Emily Anderson
'16
Chelsea Vujs '16
'16 Female Athlete OTY
2015-16 Year In Review
19-11 Record (13-5 CCC) / #2-seed CCC
CCC Championship Game Appearance
ECAC New England Championship Runner-Up
CCC Player of the Year - Chelsea Vujs
CCC 2nd Team - Dorothy O'Neill / Emily Anderson
NCAA National Statistical Rankings (TEAM)
26th - FT Attempts / 40th FT Made
28th - A/TO Ratio / 28th - Total Turnovers (Least)
32nd - Total Assists
49th - Total Points
NCAA National Statistical Rankings (INDIVIDUAL)
37th - Chelsea Vujs - FG Made
45th - Dorothy O'Neill - Assist/TO Ratio
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