2012-2013 Team MVP Award Winners

Women's Tennis MVPWomen’s Tennis MVP- Emily Qua
Emily was the team’s #1 singles player and was on the #1 doubles team. She finished the year 6-1 in singles, capturing a Region III Championship. In doubles, she and teammate Haley Knight made it to the finals at Regionals and the semifinals at Nationals. Emily earned All-Mountain Valley Conference for the #1 singles player. She was one of the most dominant players in the Nation playing in the #1 flight, and showcased her skills against the top competition at Nationals.

Football MVPFootball MVP- Gordie Pine
As a team captain, Gordie recorded 41 tackles, two and a half sacks, four forced fumbles and recovered three fumbles throughout the season. He tallied a career-high 10 tackles against Navy Prep, also forcing a fumble in the game.

Volleyball MVPVolleyball MVP- Kaitlyn Ward
Kaitlyn was one of the more skilled players coming in, and she didn’t disappoint. As captain, she recorded a team-best 164 kills and 186 digs. Both coaches and officials throughout the year have commented on Kaitlyn’s skills and court awareness. She was selected to the All-Conference team and will play a big role for the Vikings next season.

Men's Soccer MVPMen’s Soccer MVP- Jon Joyal
Jon was the team’s playmaker and most skilled player for the Vikings this season. His quickness and ball control put him on many coaches scouting reports in the conference. Jon led the team with nine points, recording four goals and one assist. He will be returning for his last year in a Viking uniform and should be on everyone’s radar next season.

Women's Soccer MVPWomen’s Soccer MVP- Alexi Anderson
Alexi was one of three players to start every game this season. She played a number of different positions, not always liking it, but excelled at each position she played. Alexi recorded three goals and three assists on the year, and will be a leader for the 2013 season.

Men's Cross Country MVPMen’s Cross Country MVP- Austin Miller
Austin competed in 8 races this season as a freshman. His best finish came at the Green Mountain Invitational where he came in second. He also finished fourth at the Bronco Midweek Classic. Austin will be one of top NJCAA cross country runners next fall.

Women's Cross Country MVPWomen’s Cross Country MVP- Morgan Dubois
As a freshman and a first year cross country distance runner, Morgan made huge strides throughout the season. She was the top runner at five of the meets, and finished with her best 5k time of 22:33 at the Green Mountain Invitational. Morgan finished 8th at the Conference Championships at North Country, narrowly missing All-Conference honors by one place. With another summer of training, her future for next season looks bright.

Men's Bowling MVPMen’s Bowling MVP- Michael Hartmann
Michael had the highest average on the team and received All-Conference and All-Region Honors. He was named Region III MVP, posting the highest score at the Region III Championships. Michael has been accepted and will go on to bowl at Saginaw Valley, and will join last year’s team MVP, Ryan Sickler.

Women's Bowling MVPWomen’s Bowling MVP- Megan Rzeszuto
Megan helped lead the team to a first place finish at Columbia-Greene with a 633 triple, recording games of 210, 205 and 218. She finished second in All-Events at the Orange & Blue Classic with a six-game total of 1061. Megan also earned January athlete of the month honors, and will be key in the success of the team next season.

Men's Basketball MVPMen’s Basketball MVP- Jose Reyes
Jose was one of the most dynamic freshmen in the Region. He led the team in scoring, averaging 15.1 points per game and in assists with 7.4 assists. His 7.4 assists per game placed in first in Region and seventh Nationally. Jose earned Region III player of the Week twice, also earning National Player of the Week honors. He was selected as 2nd Team All-Conference and 1st Team All-Region and will be back for his sophomore year.

Women's Basketball MVPWomen’s Basketball MVP- Raeshelle Frasier
Raeshelle led the team in both scoring and rebounding, averaging 16 points per game and 16.5 rebounds per game. She recorded a double-double in 21 out of 24 games and scored at least 20 points and 20 rebounds in three games. Raeshelle had a career-high of 28 points against Clinton and 26 rebounds against North Country.

Ice Hockey MVPIce Hockey MVP- James Murphy
James led the Nation with 32 goals on the season, and was tied with teammate William Huber for most points in the Nation with 52. He was a recipient of Region III Player of the Week honors, and ranks 3rd in Viking history for most goals in a season. James also earned All-Rookie Team, All-Region and All-American honors.

Lacrosse MVPLacrosse MVP- Andy Reilly
Andy earned Conference Player of the Year honors with a 64.2 save percentage which placed him fifth in the country. He played in nine games for a total of 540 minutes, playing in every minute of the season. He even played the entire game against the #1 team in the Nation, in which he lacerated his Kidney in, and still managed to record 26 saves. Andy has accepted a half academic and half athletic scholarship to play at Division II Brevard College.

Women's Golf MVPWomen’s Golf MVP- Haley Knight
Haley is a two-sport athlete that also played on the women’s tennis team. Having never played golf before, she quickly caught on and became the team’s #1 golfer. Haley set the school course records at Mohawk Valley and Genesee, finishing with a personal best of 104 at Genesee.

Softball MVPSoftball MVP- Maggie Miller
Maggie led the team with five wins and was 22nd in the Nation with a 2.80 ERA. She also led the team with two homeruns and hit for a .333 average. Maggie will be one of the Region’s top pitchers returning next season.

Baseball MVPBaseball MVP- Andy Kozak
Andy led the team in hitting with a .525 average and in stolen bases with 22 on the season. Coming off a 2012 Gold Glove, he was one of the more feared centerfielders in the Region. Andy recorded two hits or more in 17 games this season, recorded a hit in 31 out of 35 games, he reached base safely in every game except for one, and he only struck out once all season long in 121 at bats.