Tyler Thomas, Hofstra
Nathaniel Hawthorne is credited with the quote, "Families are always rising and falling in America." Fittingly, the famed author resided in the Coastal Athletic Association geographic footprint, as this line applies to CAA football — in particular the "rising" part.
Rhode Island graduate running back Ja’Den McKenzie and Monmouth senior wide receiver Dymere Miller shared Offensive Player of the Week honors, while William & Mary senior linebacker Kevin Jarrell was selected as the Defensive Player of the Week. Richmond freshman punter Aaron Trusler was chosen as the Special Teams Player of the Week and UAlbany freshman running back Griffin Woodell repeated as the Rookie of the Week.
Xander Rice, Monmouth
Khari Clark, Stony Brook
First-year Coastal Athletic Association member Monmouth's run to the NCAA Tournament last March served as a reminder that CAA basketball is wide-open.
Questions of chemistry and fit could be an issue for college basketball teams welcoming transfers onto their rosters. Not so for William & Mary, where a returning member of the Tribe and one of the leading newcomers know each other's game inside and out.
Tobias Wangerud, Northeastern
Stony Brook clinched the sixth and final seed on the regular season’s final day to join Towson, Hofstra, Monmouth, Northeastern, and William & Mary in the six-team field for the 2023 CAA Women’s Soccer Championship, which begins with first round action Thursday in Maryland and on Long Island.
This fall, teams across five different Division I, Division II, and Division III conferences are set to battle it out live on FloFootball.
The CAA coaches selected Towson as the top pick to win the 2023-24 CAA Women's Basketball championship, and redshirt senior guard Kylie Kornegay-Lucas was chosen as CAA Preseason Player of the Year.
The CAA's head coaches voted Charleston to be the preseason contender to repeat as the men's basketball champion, with Drexel's Amari Williams being named the conference's Preseason Player of the Year.
Thursday, October 12
Tuesday, October 10
CAA Football has announced its weekly award winners for Week 7 of the 2023 season. Monmouth junior running back Jaden Shirden was selected as the Offensive Player of the Week, while Delaware graduate linebacker Jackson Taylor was honored as the Defensive Player of the Week. Monmouth junior kick returner TJ Speight was chosen as the Special Teams Player of the Week and Villanova freshman running back Isaiah Ragland was named the Rookie of the Week.