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Sports Connections: November Roundup

Sports Connections: November Roundup

Andrew SilvermanAndrew Silverman Returns as New Interim Head Coach for Men and Women's Tennis

Chestnut Hill College is happy to welcome Andrew Silverman home after more than three years away. He will be the new interim men and women's tennis head coach for the upcoming season. Silverman spent the first six years of his coaching career (2008-14) at CHC, as an assistant to then-head coach, Albert Stroble. During his tenure, Silverman was named a three-time Intercollegiate Tennis Association Division II East Region Assistant Coach of the Year, once with the men's tennis program (2013-2014) and twice with the women (2011-2012, 2013-2014).  Following the 2014 season, Silverman took on his first head coaching job, at Holy Family University, but is now back to help ensure another successful year for CHC tennis.

"I am excited Andrew will be overseeing our programs," says Lynn Tubman, director of athletics and recreation. "He has the experience and passion to lead our men's and women's tennis teams on an interim basis and he is committed to providing our student-athletes with a positive experience during this transition. Andrew will be valuable in leading the programs and assisting in the search for our next head coach."

Click here to read the full story. Members of the women's cross country team achieved program bests at this year's NCAA regional championship meet.

Men and Women's Track Teams Run to Program Bests at NCAA East Regional Championships

Another year, another set of milestones for the CHC track program as both the men and women's teams, achieved program bests at the conference championships this fall. Led by junior Raquel Lopez's finish with her 85th place run of 26:06.3 in the opening six kilometer (6K) run, the Scarlet and Gold ran to a program-best 20th place (20th of 25, 537 points) . Shortly after, sophomore Zigmund Fisher, led the Griffin men to their program-best 12th place finish among 23 teams (12th of 23, 314 points) with his time of 34:41.5 (27th) in the eight kilometer (8K) race. Click here to read the full story.

Women's Volleyball Raises More Than $1,000 for Side-Out FoundationThe women's volleyball team raised $1,537 as part of the Sideout Foundation's Dig Pink event.

In support of the Side-Out Foundation, the women's volleyball team hosted their annual Dig Pink event last fall. The foundation, which according to their mission statement, "works with women's volleyball programs to inspire science and hope in the match against breast cancer," has been supported by the College for several years now but 2017's campaign may have been the best effort yet.

The Griffins sold bracelets for $1 each and totaled 88 digs, helping to raise $1,537 for clinical trials for patients with Stage IV breast cancer. 

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Members of the women's bowling team stands with their plaque after finishing in third at the Wildcat Invitational.

Women's Bowling Rolls to Third Place at Wildcat DII/DIII Invitational

Following up an undefeated first day and 4-1 record on day two, the Griffins went into the third and final day of the Wildcat DII/DIII Invitational with a great shot to place among the top teams for the first time this season. As the third seed, the Griffins defeated Mount Aloysius before advancing to face Kutztown University to determine which team would move on to the championship final. The Griffins played well but were unable to defeat the Golden Bears, placing them in the third place game in a rematch with Mount Aloysius.The match went back and forth and went to the deciding seventh game where the Griffins won 153 pins to 138, claiming the third place plaque.

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