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 Select Conference Players of the Week

Landmark Select Conference Players of the Week

MADISON, N.J. - Following a week that featured conference play in all five Landmark fall sports, nine student-athletes have been chosen as Landmark Players of the Week. The Landmark Player of the Week selections are made by the Landmark Conference office.

Men's Cross Country:
Matthew Lutcza earns the honor for the second-straight week after a strong run for Moravian at the Paul Short Run hosted by Lehigh. The senior was the first Landmark runner across the line in the Brown race, running an 8,000-meter time of 25:57, which ranks as the fastest time at that distance in the Landmark this year. He was four seconds ahead of the next Landmark runner in a meet in which seven of the eight conference schools competed.

Women's Cross Country:
Cadee Rockwell was the first Landmark runner across the line and was fifth overall White Race of the Paul Short Run at Lehigh. The senior was fifth in a field of 334 runners, and ran a time of 23:13 on the 6,000-meter course. She was 10 seconds ahead of the next-closest Landmark runner in a field that included seven of the eight Landmark institutions. 

Field Hockey
Offensive Player of the Week:

Senior forward Mary Swarthout provided offensive punch in a pair of Catholic wins. She scored the game-winning goal in both outings on the week, opening the scoring and then adding a second tally as the Cardinals topped McDaniel. She then opened the scoring just 1:10 into the match and added an assist for a total of seven points on the week in Catholic's 4-1 win over Susquehanna.

Defensive Player of the Week:
Sophomore goalie Alison Dillard played 105 minutes in the cage without conceding a goal in a pair of wins for Catholic this week. The opened the week with a five-save performance to record the shutout as the Cardinals knocked off McDaniel 5-0. She then did not allow a goal and directed a defense that did not surrender a shot while playing the first 35 minutes as Catholic improved to 2-0 in Landmark play with a win over Susquehanna.

Men's Soccer:
Offensive Player of the Week:

Elijah Lais had the only goal of the week for Goucher but it was a big one as it provided the team with its second Landmark win. The senior scored the golden goal, and only goal of the match, just two minutes into overtime to send the Gophers to a 1-0 road Landmark win over Juniata. The score tied him for the team lead with a pair of scores this season.

Defensive Player of the Week:
Sophomore Paul Trisuzzi contributed to a pair of solid defensive efforts that helped Scranton post an unbeaten week. The Royals earned a 1-1 tie with USMMA as Trisuzzi helped the defense allow only one goal from a free kick, and limit the visitors to eight shots in 110 minutes. Earlier in the week he helped the defense hold York (Pa.) off the scoreboard over the final 79:17 as Scranton rallied from a one-goal deficit to claim a 2-1 victory.

Women's Soccer:
Offensive Player of the Week:

Caroline Burke took care of all the offense as Catholic improved to 2-0 in conference play. The senior opened the scoring in the eighth minute of its road match against Susquehanna, and then tallied an insurance goal on a penalty kick in the 39th minute to complete the 2-0 victory.

Defensive Player of the Week:
Catholic senior back Erin Saia played a key role in a stout defensive effort for the Cardinals this past week. She helped the team record a second-straight shutout, holding Landmark opponent Susquehanna to just six shots and not surrendering a corner kick in a 2-0 Catholic road victory. The team has not conceded a goal in a pair of Landmark victories. 

Volleyball:
Junior Kelsey Fuller sparked Juniata to a perfect 4-0 weekend at the first Landmark round-robin. The junior averaged 3.86 kills per set, with a stellar .472 hitting percentage, while also bringing up 2.14 digs per set. She had a weekend best of 14 kills in a win over Catholic, then closed the weekend with seven kills and a .467 hitting percentage in just two sets while downing Susquehanna. She also contributed three aces and a block for the weekend, giving her 4.36 points per set over four contests. 

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