No Event
Sat May 12
Final
8 Scranton
4 vs. Catholic
@ Scranton, Pa. Landmark Championship - Game 4
Sat May 12
Final
4 Moravian
2 vs. TCNJ
@ Ewing, N.J. NCAA Regional
Sat May 12
Final
0 Johnson & Wales (RI)
4 vs. Moravian
@ Ewing, N.J. NCAA Regional
Sat May 12
Final
2 Elizabethtown
10 vs. Catholic
@ Scranton, Pa. Landmark Championship - Game 5
Sun May 13
Final
21 Catholic
7 vs. Scranton
@ Scranton, Pa. Landmark Championship - Game 6
Sun May 13
Final
14 Catholic
11 at Rowan
NCAA Second Round
Sun May 13
Final
7 Scranton
10 vs. Catholic
@ Scranton, Pa. Landmark Championship - Game 7
Mon May 14
Final
3 Moravian
0 vs. Salisbury
@ Ewing, N.J. NCAA Regional
Mon May 14
Final - 6 innings
1 Salisbury
9 vs. Moravian
@ Ewing, N.J. NCAA Regional
Thu May 17
Final
11 Catholic
12 vs. Babson
@ Bel Air, Md. NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional - Game 4
Fri May 18
Final
13 Arcadia
2 vs. Catholic
@ York, Pa. NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional - Game 6
Sat May 19
Final
6 Catholic
13 vs. York (Pa.)
@ Middlebury, Vt. NCAA Regional Semifinal
Sun May 20
Final
1 Moravian
2 at Rowan
NCAA Super Regional
Sun May 20
Final
2 Rowan
1 vs. Moravian
@ Glassboro, NJ NCAA Super Regional
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Landmark Announces Players of the Week

Landmark Announces Players of the Week

MADISON, N.J. - Another busy week of Landmark play has earned nine student-athletes distinction as Landmark Players of the Week. The Landmark Player of the Week selections are made by the Landmark Conference office.

Men's Cross Country:
Ian Quinlan of Susquehanna had the top time of any Landmark runner at the DeSales Invitational over the weekend. Running in the Red section, he posted a time of 26:16.83 on the five-mile course which placed him fourth in that race, and was the seventh-fastest time overall in the two sections run at the meet. He was two spots ahead of the next fastest Landmark runner in a meet in which five Landmark teams competed and helped the Crusaders place sixth in the team standings.

Women's Cross Country:
Moravian's Cadee Rockwell continued her strong cross country season with a stellar finish at the DeSales Invitational. The senior won the Blue section race at the meet, and had the fourth fastest time overall among the 424 runners competing. She ran 23:37.81 on the 6,000-meter course, finishing 11 spots and nearly a minute faster than the next Landmark runner. She helped Moravian place sixth in the team standings in a meet in which six Landmark squads competed. 

Field Hockey
Offensive Player of the Week:

Catholic's Colleen Harwood scored the first goal of the match and did not slow down from there in the Cardinals' victory over Landmark foe Goucher. She scored the opening goal, which proved to be the match winner, and then struck three more times for a total of four scores in Catholic's only match of the week. It was the first multi-goal game of her young college career.

Defensive Player of the Week:
Goalkeeper Janelle Howard helped Juniata run its record to 3-0 in Landmark play with a pair of stellar efforts in the cage. She recorded three saves and did not surrender a goal in 57 minutes as Juniata downed Susquehanna 4-0. She followed it up with a shutout as she directed a defense that allowed only two shots for the match. For the week she played 127 minutes of conference action without allowing a score.

Men's Soccer:
Offensive Player of the Week:

Freshman Ben Fleri scored a pair of crucial goals over two games to help Catholic post an unblemished 2-0 week. In a rematch of last year's Landmark Championship, the freshman broke a 1-1 tie with a goal in the 65th minute to push Catholic to a 2-1 road win over USMMA. Earlier in the week he found the back of the net in the 92nd minute as Catholic upended Washington (Md.) on the road by a 2-1 score in overtime.

Defensive Player of the Week:
Goalkeeper Rich Boland allowed only one goal over two matches as Drew posted a 2-0 week. He capped the week by making three saves and giving up just one goal while facing eight shots in a Landmark win over Goucher. The win moved Drew into a tie for third in the conference standings. Earlier in the week he played 102 scoreless minutes in net, making three saves, as the Rangers earned a 1-0 overtime win at Ramapo.

Women's Soccer:
Offensive Player of the Week:

Drew's Christine Meconi had a career day in the Rangers' Landmark victory over Goucher. The senior posted her second career hat-trick, finding the back of the net three times, while also assisting on a pair of goals for a total of eight points in the match. The eight-point day was one shy of matching the Drew single game record, and was two shy of the Landmark record. She also fired off one shot in Drew's midweek 2-0 win over Rutgers-Newark.

Defensive Player of the Week:
Jessica Sciscione's play in defense was a major factor in an unbeaten week for Scranton. The junior helped anchor a defense that limited visiting Susquehanna to three shots and no goals as the Royals picked up a 1-0 win in Landmark action over the weekend. Earlier in the week she helped the defense play 110 minutes of goalless action while allowing only five shots in a 0-0 draw with Muhlenberg. 

Volleyball:
Susquehanna's Emily Carson powered the Crusaders to a 4-0 weekend at their own Crusader Classic. The junior was voted Tournament MVP as she averaged 3.31 kills, and 4.27 points per set, while also contributing 16 blocks and 32 digs. She reached double figures in kills in all four matches while hitting a robust .356. She added four serve aces and two assists, while posting a pair of double-doubles with 10 kills and 12 digs in wins over Elmira and Penn State-Berks.

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