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April 14, 2014

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.

Baseball Player of the Week
Bryan Palsi
Susquehanna (So., INF, Brielle, N.J.)

Palsi was .562 at the plate this week with nine hits including a 4-for-9 performance in the Landmark series against Scranton. He finished the week with five runs scored and six RBI. Palsi had five extra-base hits including three doubles and a homerun. He helped Susquehanna go 3-2 this week.

   
Baseball Pitcher of the Week
Rob Solano
Moravian (Sr., RHP, Stroudsburg, Pa.)

Solano tossed a two-hit shutout with three strikeouts in seven innings in Moravian's 2-0 Landmark series opener with USMMA. Solano also had a putout and an assist in the game, which was his second career shutout and first since 2011.

  Standings | Statistical Leaders | Schedule/Results
   
Men's Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week
Alec Mikrut
Scranton (So., M, Belle Meade, N.J.)

Mikrut scored a career-high five goals in the Royals' 13-7 loss to No. 18 Franklin & Marshall on April 9. He scored two of his five goals within a 38-second span in the fourth period to help the Royals slice a five-goal deficit down to three before the Diplomats pulled away down the stretch. Mikrut came back on Saturday with two goals and an assist as Scranton remained undefeated in Landmark Conference play after an 11-4 victory over the Merchant Marine Academy.

   
Men's Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week
Kyle Mariboe
Drew (Sr., G, Hightstown, N.J.)

Senior goalkeeper Kyle Mariboe picked up the win in net in the Drew’s 10-7 defeat of Catholic on Saturday. Mariboe made 14 saves and held the Cardinals to just seven goals after the team was averaging 11 a game. The senior was active on help defense, grabbing three ground balls and causing a turnover in front of the Drew goal.

  Standings | Statistical Leaders | Schedule/Results
   
Women's Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week
Jenna Van Middelem
Catholic (Fr., A, Mt. Sinai, N.Y.)

Van Middelem scored seven goals and handed out three assists for the Cardinals, who won twice this week to take hold of first place in the Landmark at 4-0. The freshman attacker had four goals and scooped up four ground balls in a 21-6 win over Goucher. She also added a draw control and one caused turnover in the win. In Saturday's battle for first, the rookie had another hat trick on three goals and assisted on three others for six points. She recorded one ground ball, a draw control, and a caused turnover during the 22-11 win at Susquehanna.

   
Women's Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week
Caroline DiBartolomeo
Catholic (Jr., D/M, Cherry Hill, N.J.)

DiBartolomeo helped Catholic to two Landmark wins this week as the Cardinals took clinched a playoff spot and took sole position of first place with a 4-0 record. The junior defender held the league's top goal scorer to just two goals, both on free positions. Additionally, DiBartolomeo secured five draw controls and had three ground balls to go with a caused turnover.

  Standings | Statistical Leaders | Schedule/Results
   
Softball Player of the Week
Lauren Creamer
Susquehanna (Fr., 1B/3B, Langhorne, Pa.)

Creamer finished the week with .455 batting average hitting 10-for-22. She was 4-for-5 in conference play with three home runs and eight RBI. The freshman third baseman finished the week with 10 RBI as Susquehanna went 6-2.

   
Softball Pitcher of the Week
Elizabeth Tillou
Moravian (Sr., INF/P, Hackettstown, N.J.)

Tillou was 3-0 in her three starts last week as Moravian went 6-0 for the week to run its winning streak to 13 games. She had a 0.72 ERA with one shutout in 19.1 innings. Tillou also had two complete games, 11 strikeouts and five walks during the week. She tossed a two-hit shutout of Ursinus on Sunday. At the plate, Tillou was 4-for-8 with a run on her first career home run, a three-run homer at Elizabethtown giving all eight members of the Greyhounds' senior class a homer in their career. Tillou made ten assists in 11 chances during the week in the circle.

  Standings | Statistical Leaders | Schedule/Results
   
Men's Tennis Player of the Week
Cassian Utrie
Catholic (Sr., Appleton, Wisc.)

Utrie went 4-0 this week against Landmark opponents, Goucher and Scranton. He played at No. 3 singles and teamed up with Juan Lorido at No. 1 doubles. With the two wins, the Cardinals locked up the No. 2 seed in the Landmark tournament.

  Standings | Statistical Leaders | Schedule/Results
   
Women's Tennis Player of the Week
Devon Cohen
Scranton (Sr., Ambler, Pa.)

Cohen posted one of the most dramatic wins in Royals' history. In Tuesday’s win over Moravian, Cohen dropped the first set 6-2 and was trailing 5-0 and 40-0 in the second set. She came back and won seven straight games and pulled off a 2-6, 7-5, 6-3 victory at No. 2 singles as the Royals claimed a 5-4 victory. Cohen eventually fought off five match points in that dramatic win. The senior had a six-match winning streak snapped in singles on Saturday with a 5-7, 3-6 loss to Elaina Sceusa of Catholic University, but she teamed with sophomore Emily Walsh to defeat Sceusa and Eliana Martinez, 8-5, at number two doubles.

  Standings | Statistical Leaders | Schedule/Results
   
Men's Outdoor Track Player of the Week
Paul Crowe
Susquehanna (Jr., Boalsburg, Pa.)

Crowe finished 22nd in the 10000 meters at Bucknell’s Bison Classic this weekend. He finished the race in 30:48.87 to set a new Susquehanna and Landmark record. Crowe broke Susquehanna’s 31-year-old record and catapulted into the NCAA Division III rankings with the 16th fastest time in the country.

   
Men's Outdoor Field Player of the Week
Jared Minori
Susquehanna (Jr., Tyrone, Pa.)

Minori competed in the javelin at Bucknell’s Bison Classic. The junior placed fifth amongst the 24 competitors with a season best throw of 61.00 meters. Minori currently ranks fourth in NCAA Division III.

 

Statistical Leaders | Schedule/Results

 

 

Women's Outdoor Track Player of the Week

Katrina Woods

Juniata (Sr., Shirleysburg, Pa.)

Woods ran the 5000 meters at Bucknell’s Bison Classic and finished 12th overall. She finished with a time of 17:12.54 to set new Juniata and Landmark record while also qualifying for the ECAC Championships. Woods ranks 15th in NCAA Division III this season.
 

 

Women's Outdoor Field Player of the Week
Gabby Alguire
Susquehanna (Fr., Tunkhannock, Pa.)
The freshman javelin thrower was runner-up in a field of 25 at Bucknell’s Bison Classic this weekend. She finished with a throw of 44.45 meters to set new Susquehanna and Landmark records. Alguire ranks fourth in NCAA Division III.
 

Statistical Leaders | Schedule/Results

   

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