Landmark Announces Players of the Week

Landmark Announces Players of the Week

TOWSON, Md. – The Landmark Conference has released the Players of the Week. The conference will recognize a student-athlete for each sport based on their contributions to their team throughout the season.

Men's Basketball Player of the Week
Ross Danzig
Scranton (Jr., G, Clarks Green, Pa.)

Danzig reached the 30-point plateau for the third time this season by connecting on 10 of 11 shots from the field and finishing with 31 points, nine rebounds, four assists, and a block as Scranton handed defending champion Catholic University its first Landmark loss of the season. He opened the week with a 21-point, 6-rebound effort in an 82-72 victory against Drew University.

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Women's Basketball Player of the Week
Breana Wilson
Drew (Jr., G, Irvington, N.J.)

Wilson played two solid games for the Rangers leading them in scoring both games. In Wednesday’s loss to Scranton, Wilson scored 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds. On Saturday, Wilson scored a career-high 25 points and added 11 rebounds to record her second double-double of the season. She helped the Rangers move to .500 in the conference with the win. She also played every minute of both games.

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Men's Swimming Player of the Week
Ryan Mavity
Merchant Marine (Fr., St. Joseph, Mich.)

Mavity competed in two meets this week for the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. In Thursday’s meet against York (N.Y.) and Old Westbury, the freshman won both the 1-meter (213.98) and 3-meter (256.73) dive events. The Mariners took on NYU on Saturday and Mavity finished second in the 3-meter (285.16) and third in the 1-meter (273.14). He qualified for the NCAA Regional Diving meet with his performance on the 3-meter board.

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Women's Swimming Player of the Week
Joanna Ladas
Catholic (Sr., Silver Spring, Md.)

Ladas posted three individual wins in addition to a first-place finish with her relay team in the 200 freestyle. In the 1000 freestyle, Ladas blew away the field beating the next best finisher by over 30 seconds with a time of 11:15.09. She also won the 200 freestyle (1:59.12) and the 500 freestyle (5:24.35). The Silver Spring, Md. native helped CUA to 38 points in the team's final warm-up to the Landmark Championships.

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Men's Indoor Track Player of the Week
Yacine Zerdoum
Moravian (Sr., Warrington, Pa.)

Zerdoum led Moravian on the track at the Princeton University Tiger Open with a pair of top ten finishes. He was sixth in the 60-meter dash in 7.30 seconds after a qualifying mark of 7.26 seconds. Zerdoum also placed fifth in the 200-meter dash in 23.43 seconds as Moravian competed for the first time since December 7th.

Men's Indoor Field Player of the Week
Kristopher Joint
Moravian (Sr., Bethlehem, Pa.)

Moravian’s Joint finished second in the triple jump at the Princeton University Tiger Open with an ECAC qualifying mark of 14.65 meters (48 feet, 3/4 inch). The distance would be second on the TFRRS national qualifying list but Joint already has the top jump in the country at 14.82 meters.

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Women's Indoor Track Player of the Week
Kamillah Smith
Goucher (So., Northampton, Mass.)

Smith competed at the Muhlenberg Invitational on Saturday. The Goucher sophomore bettered her own school record in the 55-meter dash finishing second in 7.40 seconds. The performance ranks third in the Landmark all-time. She added a third place finish in the 200 meters with a time of 27.63 seconds. It ranks eighth all-time in Goucher history.

Women's Indoor Field Player of the Week
Lauren Suelke
Moravian (Fr., Quakertown, Pa.)

Suelke turned in a pair of top 10 finishes to lead the Moravian College women's indoor track & field team at the non-scoring Princeton University Tiger Open Saturday. Suelke was fifth in the triple jump with a leap of 10.61 meters (34 feet, 9 3/4 inches) on her second of six attempts, and she placed seventh in the long jump with an ECAC qualifying mark of 5.18 meters (17 feet) on her last jump in the finals.

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