After returning to his hometown school for his final year and playing an outstanding golf season, Beverly’s Aidan LeBlanc was named the Northeastern Conference player of the year when the league released its results on Monday. annual golf star honors.

LeBlanc, who transferred to Beverly before this season after playing at St. John’s Prep, led the undefeated Panthers to No. 1 throughout the season. He capped his big year by winning the NEC Open with a score of 75 at the Kernwood Country Club last week.

LeBlanc was headlining the NEC conference team, which also included teammate Beverly Cam Cook, Matt Weed from Marblehead, Lou Spellios from Swampscott, Bobby Fish from Danvers, Chris O’Grady by Masconomet, Brady Tremblay of Salem, Jack Costanzo of Gloucester and Connor Murphy of Winthrop. .

The other NEC All-Star picks for the 2021 golf season were Jason Bouffard and Will Roddy (Swampscott); Christopher Locke and Jacob Hershfield (Marblehead); Jon Wasserman and Jack Doyle (Salem); Tyler Feldberg and Jack Mertz (Masconomet); Jack Ryan, Ian Paddock and Will Ryan (Beverly); John Curran (Danvers); and Ryan Brunet (Peabody).

The Peabody Tanners received the sportsmanship award, while Beverly head coach Craig Wiley took home Coach of the Year honors after leading the Panthers to an unbeaten season.