RIC Announces Fall Sports Team MVPs

2019 Fall Sports MVPs

Providence, R.I.—Rhode Island College held its annual fall sports banquet at the Quonset “O” Club on Monday evening where each team named their most valuable player for the 2019 season. 

MEN'S SOCCER
Sophomore midfielder/forward Brandon Ramos (Boston, MA) was named the men's soccer team's MVP. Ramos was named Second Team All-Little East. He played in 19 games, starting 16 of them. Ramos had seven goals and four assists for 18 points. Ramos was tied for the team lead in goals and ranked first in points. He tallied two goals and an assist for a season-best five points in the Anchormen's, 3-2, win over Fitchburg State on Oct. 30.

WOMEN'S SOCCER
Senior goalkeeper Erica Edwards (North Kingstown, RI) was named the women's soccer team's MVP. Edwards finished the season with four wins,  a 3.03 goals-against-average and owned a .698 save-percentage. She recorded a two-save shutout in a 2-0 win vs. Fitchburg State on Oct. 8.

WOMEN'S TENNIS
Freshman Jenna Lisi (Cranston, RI) was named the women's tennis team's MVP. Lisi was named the Most Outstanding Player of the 2019 Little East Championship after helping the Anchorwomen to their third straight conference tournament title. Lisi was named the Little East Player and Rookie of the Year and First Team All-Little East in both singles and doubles. She is 14-1 (.933) in singles on the season. She posted a 15-1 doubles record (.938). 

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL
Senior setter Jacqueline Jutras (Foster, RI) was named the women's volleyball team's MVP. Jutras, played in 93 sets in 25 matches. She hit .107 (58-31-253) to go along with 58 kills (0.62/set), 618 assists (6.65/set), 49 service aces (.53/set), 186 digs (2.0/set) and 19 blocks (.20/set). Jutras led the squad in assists, while ranking third in digs. She totaled 1,682 career assists and 651 career digs and leaves the school ranked sixth all-time in career assists.

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
Freshman Cole Baker (Warwick, RI) was named the men's cross-country team's MVP. He placed 161st (27:43.10) at the N.E. Championship on Nov. 16. Baker finished 30th (27:25.96) at the 2019 Little East Championship on Nov. 2. He recorded a 36th place finish (28:02) at the Western New England Invitational on Oct. 19. Baker finished 128th (29:53.39) at the James Earley Invitational on Oct. 12. He finished 41st (26:32.40) at the UMass Dartmouth Invitational on Sept. 21. Baker opened the season with a 48th place finish (26:47.1) at the Shawn M. Nassaney Memorial Road Race on Sept. 7.

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
Junior Bryana Mullin (Warwick, RI) was named the women's cross country team's MVP. She placed 166th (24:28.98) at the N.E. Championship on Nov. 16. Mullin finished 19th (20:08.38) at the 2019 Little East Championship on Nov. 2. She finished 42nd (24:57) at the Western New England Invitational on Oct. 19. Mullin placed 77th (20:40.84) at the James Earley Invitational on Oct. 12. She finished 94th (20:42.69) at the UMass Dartmouth Invitational on Sept. 21. Mullin opened the season with an 88th place finish (20:52.8) at the Shawn M. Nassaney Memorial Road Race on Sept. 7. 

MEN'S  GOLF
Senior Tyler Boisclair (West Warwick, RI) was named the men's golf team's MVP. Boisclair was the top finisher for the Anchormen in five events during the fall campaign. He is averaging a score of 77.0 on the season. He wrapped up the fall season with a 12th place tie with a 156 (79,77) at the New England Intercollegiate Golf Association (NEIGA) Div. III Championship on Oct. 21. Boisclair placed 11th with a 155 (79, 76) at the GNAC Championship on Oct. 12-13. He finished in third place with a 78 at the RIC Homecoming Invitational on Oct.4. Boisclair finished 11th with a 152 (77, 75) at the FSC Invitational on Sept. 29. He finished tied for 44th with a two-day score of 155 (77, 78) at the Williams Fall Invitational on Sept. 21-22. Boisclair finished second overall with a score of 74 at the Brett Williamson Invitational on Sept. 19 to open the season.

WOMEN'S  GOLF
Senior Jean Marie Arnold (Wakefield, RI) was named the women's golf team's MVP. Arnold has compiled an average of 98.50 on the year for the Anchorwomen. She placed fifth (98) to lead the team at the Johnson and Wales Tri-meet Sept. 29. Arnold registered a sixth place finish (103) at the RIC Tri-meet to lead the team on Sept. 28. At the Husson Invitational, she finished 10th with a score of 197 (99, 98) on Sept. 21-22.