Fri Aug 31
2:00 PM
Ithaca
at Drew
Fri Aug 31
2:00 PM
Scranton
vs. Stockton
@ Kean University, Union, N.J.
Fri Aug 31
2:30 PM
Misericordia
at Scranton
Fri Aug 31
3:00 PM
Mary Baldwin
vs. Catholic
@ Harrisonburg, Va. Eastern Mennonite Invitational
Fri Aug 31
3:00 PM
Drew
vs. Westfield St.
@ Hackettstown, NJ Centenary Cyclones Kickoff Classic
Fri Aug 31
4:00 PM
Goucher
at St. Mary's (Md.)
Fri Aug 31
4:00 PM
Elizabethtown
at Frostburg St.
Fri Aug 31
4:00 PM
Susquehanna
at Chris. Newport
Fri Aug 31
4:00 PM
Baldwin Wallace
at Moravian
Fri Aug 31
4:00 PM
York (Pa.)
at Catholic
Fri Aug 31
4:00 PM
St. Mary's (Md.)
vs. Moravian
@ Salisbury, Md.
Fri Aug 31
5:00 PM
Wilkes
at Susquehanna
Connie Harnum Classic
Fri Aug 31
5:00 PM
Lynchburg
vs. Catholic
@ Harrisonburg, Va. Eastern Mennonite Invitational
Fri Aug 31
5:00 PM
Stevens
vs. Juniata
@ Ithaca College Ithaca Bomber Invitational
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Landmark Players of the Week Selected

Landmark Players of the Week Selected

MADISON, N.J. - The fall sports season is into the home stretch and nine student-athletes have been chosen Landmark Players of the Weeks for their performances. The Landmark Player of the Week selections are made by the Landmark Conference office.

Men's Cross Country:
Scranton's Chris Wasnetsky turned in his best performance of the season in a field of primarily Division I runners at the Princeton Invitational. The senior covered the 8K course in a time of 25:35, the fastest 8K time for both him and the Landmark at that distance this season. His effort earned him a 39th-place finish at the meet as Scranton placed 11th as a team.

Women's Cross Country:
Cadee Rockwell continued her strong season for Moravian, posting another top time this past weekend. The senior placed fourth out of 108 runners in a field with a large number of Division I competitors. Her time of 22:04.7 for the 6,000-meter course is the fastest in the Landmark at that distance this season, and set a new personal best for Rockwell. 

Field Hockey
Offensive Player of the Week:

Gretchen Kempf scored a pair of goals over two Landmark matches in a 1-1 week for Scranton. She got Scranton on the scoreboard with what turned out to be the match winner as Scranton handed Drew its first Landmark loss and kept Scranton's postseason hopes alive. Earlier in the week she struck for Scranton's second goal to take a 2-1 lead over Landmark foe Moravian before the Greyhounds rallied for the win

Defensive Player of the Week:
Erin Thomas helped lead a Catholic defense that surrendered just one goal in a pair of wins. In a 4-1 victory over Juniata, she helped the Cardinals hold the opponents to just six shots and one goal, breaking up several scoring opportunities from the fly position on penalty corners. Earlier in the week the Cardinals posted their sixth shutout of the season in a 1-0 win over St. Mary's. Thomas' defense helped Catholic limit their foe to four shots in that outing.

Men's Soccer:
Offensive Player of the Week:

Joe DeLuca helped Susquehanna to an unbeaten week with a strong offensive contribution. Trailing 1-0 after a half against Landmark foe Goucher, he scored his team's first goal to knot the match at one, and then struck again less than 10 minutes later to put Susquehanna on top for good. He also had his team's lone goal in a 1-1 draw with non-conference opponent Franklin & Marshall.

Defensive Player of the Week:
Drew goalkeeper Rich Boland earns the honor for the second-straight week after recording two shutouts. He recorded four saves as Drew improved to 3-1 in the conference with a 3-0 win. Earlier in the week he stopped a total of five shots to record the clean sheet in another 3-0 win, this time over 21st-ranked Muhlenberg. The two shutouts were his sixth and seventh of the season.

Women's Soccer:
Offensive Player of the Week:

Courtney Orgill scored the only goal as Catholic remained unbeaten in Landmark play. The junior found the back of the net in the ninth minute as the Cardinals went on to improve to 3-0 in Landmark action with a 1-0 win over Juniata. The score moved her into a tie for the Landmark lead with eight goals this season. Earlier in the week she again had Catholic's only tally in a 2-1 loss to non-conference opponent Shenandoah.

Defensive Player of the Week:
Junior defender Amanda Kresge helped Scranton remain unbeaten in Landmark play by anchoring the team's defense. The Royals held Drew to just six shots, three on goal, in 94 minutes of action en route to a 1-0 overtime victory. With Kresge's help, the Royals have yet to allow a conference goal. Earlier in the week Scranton conceded just one goal and eight shots in a 1-0 setback to Western Connecticut State. 

Volleyball:
Goucher's Megan Chalk helped the Gophers secure a fourth-straight Landmark postseason spot and two wins overall this past week. She turned in one of the best performances in a Landmark match this season, knocking out 29 kills with 16 digs and a .458 hitting percentage in a 3-1 win over USMMA that clinched Goucher's postseason appearance. She also had 16 kills earlier in the week against Washington (Md.) and averaged 3.88 kills per set over five matches. Her 29 kills and 32.5 points in the USMMA match were both single-match highs in Landmark play this season, and she finished the week averaging 4.62 points, 2.88 digs and .53 blocks per set. She also added seven aces and seven assists.

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