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BC Interruption Three Stars of the Week, February 25

Back after a hiatus.

After a brief hiatus, our weekly three stars vote is back, with the race for Three Stars of the Year heating up. With baseball, softball and women's lacrosse underway along with other sports, it should make for a more interesting ballot each week. Let's go to this week's winners.

#1 Star... Dana Trivigno, women's hockey... 14 points, 4 first place votes

Trivigno led the way in BC's rollicking good time last weekend against the Providence College Friars in their regular season finale. The senior, who is heating up at the best possible time, racked up 6 points in 2 games last week, en route to Hockey East Player of the Week honors. 

#2 Star... Mike King, baseball... 14 points, 2 first place votes

Mike King tossed 7 shutout, one hit innings of baseball in BC's season opening W over Northern Illinois, setting the tone for a weekend that would feature great all around play from the birdballers. In terms of total votes King ended level with Trivigno, losing out on #1 only via the tiebreaker.

#3 Star... Brad Bates, AD... 4 points,1 first place vote

There was a big split after the top 2, but there was love throughout the voting for BC finally rolling out a facilities plan that includes a football indoor practice facility. While they're not ready to break ground yet, going public was a huge, positive sign for a school that's been reluctant to lay out these plans as they go through the convoluted process of building in a Northeast city.


#4 Ryan Fitzgerald, men's hockey... 3 points... Fitzgerald scored a pair of goals in Saturday's win over UVM.
#5 Kelly Hughes, WBB... 2 points... Hughes led the team in scoring in their most recent game and continues to be a bright spot for a team that's struggled through ACC play.
#6 Austin Cangelosi, men's hockey... 2 points... Cangelosi continues to impress in his junior year, making a big jump in scoring production and being one of the nation's best at faceoffs
#7 Toni Ann Miano, women's hockey...1 point... Miano racked up 5 points on the weekend against PC
#7 Logan Hoggarth, baseball... 1 point... another star of Birdball's sweep of NIU
#7 The Artists who did the Rendering of the Indoor Practice Facility... 1 point... because why not


Carpenter's probably got the #1 spot for the year on lock, but the race to get in to the top 3 is wide open. And there's still weeks and weeks to come where it's pretty much just baseball and softball happening as far as team sports go.

1. Alex Carpenter, 17 points (4 staff wins) (3 fan wins)
2. Eli Carter, 9 points (2 staff wins) (1 fan win)
3. Colin White, 9 points (1 staff win)
4. Matt Gaudreau, 8 points (1 staff win) (1 fan win)
4. McKenzie Meehan, 8 points (1 staff win) (1 fan win)
6. Simon Enstrom, 6 points (1 staff win) (1 fan win)
7. Trevor Davock, 5 points (1 staff win) (1 fan win)
7. Mariella Fasoula, 5 points, (1 staff win) (1 fan win)
9. Makenna Newkirk, 5 points (1 staff win)
10. Haley Skarupa, 5 points
11. Bobby Swigert, 4 points (1 staff win) (1 fan win)
11. Jerry York, 4 points (1 staff win) (1 fan win) 
11. Zeiko Lewis, 4 points (1 staff win) (1 fan win)
13. Teddy Doherty, 4 points
13. Jerome Robinson, 4 points
15. Kam McLain, 3 points (1 staff win)
15. Thadd Smith, 3 points (1 staff win)
15. Eryn McCoy, 3 points (1 staff win)
15. Johnny Gaudreau, 3 points (1 staff win)
15. Dana Trivigno, 3 points (1 staff win)
20. Harold Landry, 3 points (1 fan win)
20. Thatcher Demko, 3 points (1 fan win)
20. Steven Daniels, 3 points (1 fan win)
23. John Johnson, 2 points
23. AshLeigh Sebia, 2 points
23. Mike King, 2 points
23. Emily McCoy, 2 points
23. Tom Coughlin, 2 points
27. The entire BC football defense, 1 point (1 fan win)
27. Alex Howell, 1 point (1 fan win)
29. Tyler Rouse, 1 point
29. Jeff Smith, 1 point
29. Katty Workman, 1 point
29. Kevin Kavalec, 1 point
29. Austin Cangelosi, 1 point
29. Kelcie Hromisin, 1 point
29. Miles Wood, 1 point
29. Justin Simmons, 1 point
29. Don Brown, 1 point
29. Katie King Crowley, 1 point
29. Ian Milosz, 1 point
29. Brad Bates, 1 point

Who was your #1 star this week? Leave your thoughts below.