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Landmark Announces Athletes of the Week

Landmark Announces Athletes of the Week

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

Elizabethtown College men’s lacrosse extended its win streak to five on Saturday with an 11-7 victory over Drew. The Blue Jays (9-3, 4-0) have three remaining games left in the regular season. Catholic University improved its record to 11-1 and 3-0 in the conference over the weekend. The Cardinals picked up a 9-4 road victory at Susquehanna to win their tenth straight match. After suffering an 8-4 loss to SUNY-Geneseo in nonconference action last weekend, the University of Scranton bounced back with an 11-6 victory at Moravian. The Royals (6-4, 2-1) are third in the standings with four regular season games remaining.

On the women’s side, Elizabethtown (9-2, 3-0) and Scranton (7-3, 2-1) picked up wins over the weekend to stay at the top of the women’s lacrosse standings.

Catholic baseball holds the top stop in the standings after a 3-0 weekend. The Cardinals (21-6, 9-2) swept Scranton, outscoring the Royals 40-27 over the three games. Susquehanna University occupies the No. 2 spot in the standings with a 13-12 record and 6-3 mark in the Landmark. The River Hawks defeated Moravian College 12-2 on Saturday before splitting the doubleheader on Sunday. Winners of its last four games, Drew University swept Juniata over the weekend to move to 15-6 overall and 4-2 in the conference.

Moravian and Susquehanna’s softball programs entered the weekend with identical 4-0 conference records, and Moravian claimed the top spot after sweeping the River Hawks (14-8, 4-2) on Saturday. Josie Novak tossed a two-hit shutout to lead the Greyhounds (20-2, 6-0) to a 1-0 victory in the opener, and used a balanced offense to take game two, 4-2.

In men’s tennis action, Juniata College and Scranton are tied at 3-0 in the standings. The Eagles (5-1, 3-0) defeated Moravian 9-0 on Saturday and blanked Elizabethtown 9-0 on Sunday. The Royals (5-7, 3-0) earned a 6-3 victory at Goucher on Saturday and defeated Catholic 8-1 on Sunday. Goucher (10-8, 2-1) rebounded on Sunday with a 5-4 victory against Drew. The Gophers snapped the Rangers nine match winning streak.

Drew’s women’s tennis won its tenth consecutive match on Sunday, defeating Goucher 5-4. The Rangers are now 10-1 on the season and a perfect 4-0 in conference play. Elizabethtown went 2-0 over the weekend, earning an 8-1 in at Susquehanna on Saturday and a 7-2 victory at Juniata on Sunday. The Blue Jays (6-4, 3-1) have three regular season matches remaining.

 

 Baseball

Men's Athlete of the Week - Paul Burmester, Catholic

Men's Athlete of the Week - Paul Burmester, Catholic

(Sr., C, Columbia, Md.)

Senior Paul Burmester of The Catholic University of America baseball team batted .600 on the week and lift the Cardinals to a Landmark Conference sweep over the University of Scranton this weekend. Burmester registered at least one hit and RBI in all four of Catholics' games this week and scored at least one run in all three games versus Scranton. In the series opener, Burmester started the first inning with a three-run homer over the left field wall. Burmester hit his second homer of the day in the fourth inning of the same game. Later in game two, Burmester went 2-of-3 including an RBI double in the first. Durning Sunday's nine-inning game the senior registered another hit, run and RBI for the weekend.

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Men's Pitcher of the Week - Tommy Broyles, Drew

Men's Pitcher of the Week - Tommy Broyles, Drew

(Sr., RHP/1B - Eatontown, N.J.)

Senior Tommy Broyles earned a complete-game Landmark Conference win, a save and posted a 1.00 ERA in nine innings of work on the mound for Drew last week, all while hitting .538 with seven RBIs at the plate. Broyles pitched the scoreless final two innings in a 6-5 win against St. Joseph's (Brooklyn) on Wednesday, striking out three and earning his second save of the season. He then pitched all seven innings in the 15-1 win at Juniata, giving up three hits, no walks and striking out six. He allowed his first run of the season against Juniata to bring his season ERA to 0.42 in 21.1 innings of work.

 

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 Softball

Women's Athlete of the Week - Erin Adams, Catholic

Women's Athlete of the Week - Erin Adams, Catholic

(Sr., 3B - Dunkirk, Md.)

Catholic's senior third baseman Erin Adams batted and impressive .400 is six games last week as the Cards went 4-2 overall. Adams slugged .667 with four extra-base hits including a triple. She also plated seven runs and put up a three-RBI game in a 9-0 win over Elizabethtown. Adams also totaled five runs, two sacrifice hits a walk and a stolen base, while adding nine putouts and seven assists at the hot corner.

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Women's Pitcher of the Week - Josie Novak, Moravian

Women's Pitcher of the Week - Josie Novak, Moravian

(Jr, P - Neshanic Station, N.J.)

Novak had a win and a save in the No. 11 Greyhounds' Landmark Conference sweep at Susquehanna University. She allowed just two hits in 8.1 innings of action to go with a pair of walks and five strikeouts. Novak scattered two hits and a walk in a 1-0 shutout in the opener with two strikeouts before coming in to toss the final 1.2 innings with three strikeouts for the save in the 4-2 win in the night cap. Novak also had two putouts in the field.

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 Men's Lacrosse

Men's Offensive Athlete of the Week - Bennett Bradley, Catholic

Men's Offensive Athlete of the Week - Bennett Bradley, Catholic

(Jr., M - Towson, Md.)

The Catholic University of America men's lacrosse team stayed perfect in Landmark Conference play and improved to 11-1 overall as the Cardinals were victorious at Susquehanna on Saturday afternoon, 9-4. Catholic scored the first three goals of the game as junior Bennett Bradley netted the only score of the first quarter. Bradley went on to score three more times in the second half, twice on man-up opportunities and added an assist for a five-point day.

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Men's Defensive Athlete of the Week - Alex Mulyk, Catholic

Men's Defensive Athlete of the Week - Alex Mulyk, Catholic

(Fr., GK - Ringwood, N.J.)

The Catholic University of America men's lacrosse team stayed perfect in Landmark Conference play and improved to 11-1 overall as the Cardinals earned a big road victory at Susquehanna on Saturday afternoon, 9-4. Rookie goalkeeper Alex Mulyk made his first start in the cage after a four-game absence for the Cards and made eight saves to move to 6-2 on the season as he outdueled Susquehanna's Dylan Abplanalp. Mulyk was impressive as he allowed just four River Hawk goals.

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 Women's Lacrosse

Women's Offensive Athlete of the Week - Nicolette Crisalli, Catholic

Women's Offensive Athlete of the Week - Nicolette Crisalli, Catholic

(Jr., A, Silver Spring, Md.)

Catholic junior Nicolette Crisalli tallied 14 points for the Cardinals this week. In their 22-10 conference victory over Susquehanna, Crisalli notched seven goals and three assists.

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Women's Defensive Athlete of the Week - Jacqueline LaCava, Moravian

Women's Defensive Athlete of the Week - Jacqueline LaCava, Moravian

(So, D - Perkiomenville, Pa.)

LaCava helped the Greyhounds to a 1-1 record last week with seven ground balls and five caused turnovers including four ground balls and three caused turnovers in a loss at The University of Scranton in Landmark Conference action.

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 Men's Tennis

Men's Athlete of the Week - Vineet Vemulapally, Drew

Men's Athlete of the Week - Vineet Vemulapally, Drew

(So., - Boca Raton, Fla.)

Sophomore Vineet Vemulapally was 5-1 overall and 4-0 in Landmark Conference play during a 2-1 week for the Rangers. He won at second singles on back-to-back days at Catholic and Goucher, winning in three sets at Goucher after dropping the first set 6-0. He also combined with freshman Geoffrey Diehl for three straight wins at second doubles, pushing their winning streak as a doubles duo to 11 straight. Vemulapally's only loss came in a thrilling 11-9 third set superbreaker against Ramapo.

 

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 Women's Tennis

Women's Athlete of the Week - Ashley Camel, Drew

Women's Athlete of the Week - Ashley Camel, Drew

(Fr., - Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

Freshman Ashley Camel wins her fourth Landmark Conference Athlete of the Week following a 3-1 overall week for Drew, who went 2-0 in Landmark play to remain undefeated at 4-0 in the league. Camel's two wins against Catholic proved vital in a tight 5-4 victory as she won in straight sets at No. 1 singles and 8-3 at the top doubles spot. She then won an important first singles match at Goucher in straight sets to help push Drew to a 5-4 win and a perfect start on their Landmark schedule.

 

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 Track & Field

Men's Track Athlete of the Week - Cosmo Pirozzi, Catholic

Men's Track Athlete of the Week - Cosmo Pirozzi, Catholic

(Fr., Elmer, N.J.)

The Catholic University of America men's track & field team competed in its penultimate meet before the Landmark Championships and put forth a strong effort at the Messiah Invitational as the Cardinals finished sixth in a field of 18 teams. Rookie runner Cosmo Pirozzi had one of top performances of the day with a second-place finish in the 800 as he crossed the finish line in 1:57.72. Pirozzi was less than a second behind Messiah senior Nate Pardoe. Pirozzi made it two silvers on the day as the Cardinals' 4x400 relay team earned second with the group of junior Brian Seward, Pirozzi, and sophomores Peter Binck and Derek Chapey combining for a time of 3:30.1.

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Men's Field Athlete of the Week - Robert Condo, Moravian

Men's Field Athlete of the Week - Robert Condo, Moravian

(Jr., Bridgewater, N.J.)

Condo was the runner-up in the javelin at the non-scoring Coach P Inivitational with an ECAC qualifying toss of 59.64 meters (195-8), which is 14th on the Track & Field Results Reporting System list with the top 20 making the NCAA Championships at the end of May.

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Women's Track Athlete of the Week - Kelsey Detweiler, Elizabethtown

Women's Track Athlete of the Week - Kelsey Detweiler, Elizabethtown

(Sr., Elizabethtown, Pa.)

Kelsey Detweiler ran to a pair of third-place finishes Saturday at the Messiah Invitational. She ran identical 13.12's in the prelims and final of the 100m to take third while running 26.61 in the 200m, also third. Her 4x100m relay ran 52.33 to tie for sixth and she helped the 4x400m win the event at 4:10.38.

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Women's Field Athlete of the Week - Amanda Porter, Elizabethtown

Women's Field Athlete of the Week - Amanda Porter, Elizabethtown

(Sr., Audubon, N.J.)

Amanda Porter won the hammer throw at the Messiah Invitational this past Saturday, and in doing so, broke her own school record. She improved her mark to 44.73m (146'9"). Porter also placed eighth for Elizabethtown in the shot put at 11.14m (36'6-3/4").

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