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Bobbett, Hinchey earn NEAC Men's Lacrosse Player of the Year honors

MORRISVILLE, NY – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced the regular season award winners in men’s lacrosse, naming Morrisville State College’s Tim Bobbett (Cazenovia, NY) the 2010 Player of the Year and Michael Hinchey (Kingston, NY) the 2010 Goalkeeper of the Year.

Bobbett, a senior attack man, was named as the Player of the Year, having tallied 35 goals and had 10 assists for a total of 45 points in 13 games this season. He had 89 shots on the year and contributed 39 ground balls and 9 caused turnovers as the Mustangs claimed the regular season crown with an undefeated record of 6-0.

Hinchey, a sophomore, made 116 saves this season and allowed 89 goals for a goals against average was 8.35 with a .566 save percentage. He finished the season with an overall record of 10-3 (6-0 in NEAC play) between the pipes.

Morrisville State captured the 2010 NEAC Championship Tournament crown with a 14-11 defeat of Medaille Sunday afternoon. Hinchey was named the tournament’s most valuable player.

Mustangs head coach, Jason Longo, in his first season, was named the 2010 NEAC Coach of the Year for leading the team to an 11-3 overall record, and 6-0 record in conference action.

Morrisville State College offers more than 80 bachelor and associate degrees and options. Considered to be one of the most technologically advanced colleges in the nation for its ThinkPad University program and wireless technology initiative, the college recently became the first in the nation to comprehensively replace landlines in residence halls with individual cellular phones. Morrisville State College was also chosen as one of the top five colleges in the nation for campus activities by Campus Activities magazine.

The Morrisville State College Norwich Campus offers associate degree programs in accounting, business, computer systems technology, office administration, liberal arts transfer, nursing, early childhood, criminal justice and human services to south central New York residents and employers. Students may also apply coursework to other associate or bachelor degrees at the main campus.