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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 their team throughout the season.

Cross Country
Five of the eight cross country teams were in action on Saturday. Moravian College and University of Scranton competed at the Paul Short Invitational, hosted by Lehigh University. Catholic University and Goucher College ran at the Don Carhcart Invitational, hosted by Salisbury University, while Drew University was at the Osprey Invite, which was hosted by Stockton University.

Golf
Drew University hosted the Landmark Women’s Golf Fall Preview at the Fox Hollow Golf Club on Saturday. The event allowed teams to preview the course before the 2019 Landmark Championship, which will be held at the same course on Saturday, April 27-Sunday, April 28. The Rangers finished first with a score of 356, followed by Catholic University in second with a score of 369. Individually, Drew freshman Cathy Bi took home medalist honors after shooting an 82.

Field Hockey
Entering the second weekend of conference play, two teams remain undefeated. Catholic University earned its second Landmark win, defeating Drew 7-0. Elizabethtown College improved to 8-2 overall and 2-0 in conference play after edging Juniata 1-0. The win was the Blue Jays fifth straight. University of Scranton and Susquehanna University also earned Landmark wins on the season to move to 1-1 in conference play.

Men’s Soccer
Drew University and Moravian College concluded the weekend with a win to remain perfect in conference play. The Rangers, who played from behind the entire first half against Catholic University, found their equalizer in the 60th minute thanks to Aidan Cserhat. Battling through defenders, the junior gave Drew the lead with just over 10 minutes left in the second half to secure the 2-1 win. The Greyhounds hosted Susquehanna University on Saturday. After allowing a goal by Susquehanna at the start of the first half, Moravian rattled off two goals within a minute to go ahead 2-1. Ethan Blaklely added the insurance goal in the 88th minute to secure the win. Elizabethtown College earned its first win of the season defeating Juniata College, 4-0. Scranton also earned its first conference win, beating Goucher College, 2-0.

Women’s Soccer
The University of Scranton need just one goal on Saturday to remain unbeaten on the season. The Royals, who are 8-0-1 and are having the best start to a season since 2003, scored midway through the first half against Goucher. Susquehanna University pushed its winning streak to seven, thanks to a 1-0 win over Moravian on Saturday. Kathryn Perlowitz found the back of the net after a rebound shot by Anna Werner that hit the crossbar. Catholic University and Elizabethtown College also earned wins over the weekend.

Tennis
Drew University men’s tennis opened their fall slate with three wins. The Rangers defeated King’s 9-0 before falling to Rider, 9-0. Drew bounced back, bearing Arcadia twice, 8-1, and 6-3. Susquehanna University improved to 3-0 on the season, defeating Lycoming 5-0 last week. On the women’s side, University of Scranton earned a 9-0 shutout against Marywood to improve to 2-0 on the season.

Volleyball
Conference play opened on Saturday with two teams going 2-0. Juniata College swept Susquehanna University and Moravian 3-0. The two 3-0 sweeps are fifth in a row for the Eagles and seventh overall. University of Scranton earned two conference wins over the weekend. The Royals defeated Elizabethtown 3-0 and swept Goucher 3-0. The Blue Jays picked up their first win of the season against Goucher while Susquehanna also earned its first conference win against Catholic.

 

 Cross Country

Men's Athlete of the Week - Greg Jaindl, Moravian

Men's Athlete of the Week - Greg Jaindl, Moravian

(Jr., Macungie, Pa.)

Moravican College junior Greg Jaindl paced the Greyhounds in the annual Paul Short Run at Lehigh University as he finished 37th of 363 runners in the College Men's Brown 8K race with a time of 25:46, the 13th best time in school history and Jaindl's third best career time.

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Women's Athlete of the Week - Kiera Lyons, Catholic

Women's Athlete of the Week - Kiera Lyons, Catholic

(Sr., Harwood, Md.)

Catholic University senior Kiera Lyons ran the fastest time in the conference this season at the Don Cathcart Invitational. On the 6k course, she finished second with a time of 22:35.69, eight seconds off from breaking the school record.

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 Field Hockey

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Gracie McClatchy, Scranton

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Gracie McClatchy, Scranton

(Jr., F - Havertown, Pa.)

University of Scranton junior Gracie McClatchy scored a hat trick on Saturday to lead the Royals to its first Landmark Conference victory of the season, scoring three of Scranton's first four goals in the 6-0 win on the road. The forward scored the game-winning goal 5:37 into the game before adding goals in the 50th and 56th minutes as Scranton pulled away in the second half.

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Defensive Athlete of the Week - Margo Donlin, Elizabethtown

Defensive Athlete of the Week - Margo Donlin, Elizabethtown

(Sr, G - Wilmington, Del.)

Elizabethtown won another two games this past week thanks to the play of Margo Donlin in goal, including a road conference game on Saturday. Donlin stopped four shots at Eastern last Wednesday in E-town's 3-2 non-conference win away from home. On Saturday, Donlin made two saves in the second half as the Blue Jays shut out defending champion Juniata, 1-0. Donlin's fifth shutout of the season, at Juniata, helped Elizabethtown to its fifth straight win overall and 2-0 in the Landmark.

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 Golf

Men's Athlete of the Week - Calvin Ralph, Scranton

Men's Athlete of the Week - Calvin Ralph, Scranton

(Jr., Pascack Valley, N.J.)

University of Scranton junior Calvin Ralph again led the Royals by carding a 6-over-par 78 to lead the team to a victory over Misericordia. Ralph has been the medalist in each of the last three events he has played in after playing just three career events prior to this season. In those last three events, he has averaged 74.0 strokes per round.

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Women's Athlete of the Week - Cathy Bi, Drew

Women's Athlete of the Week - Cathy Bi, Drew

(Fr., Beijing, China)

Drew University freshman Cathy Bi enjoyed another stellar outing in her second collegiate competition, winning the Landmark Conference Fall Invitational by five strokes with an 82. She led the Rangers to a 13-stroke victory with a 356, marking Drew's third-best round since starting out as a varsity program last fall. Bi tied the school record for 18 holes (81) and broke the program mark for 36 holes (165) one week earlier at the Mount Holyoke Invitational.

 

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 Men's Soccer

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Aidan Cserhat, Drew

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Aidan Cserhat, Drew

(Jr, F - Taos, N.M.)

Drew University junior Aidan Cserhat scored a pair of second-half goals as Drew rallied from a halftime deficit to beat Catholic 2-1. He tied it in the 60th minute, then buried the game-winner on a breakaway in the 79th minute. Cserhat, who leads the Landmark with nine goals, has helped the Rangers win their last five games.

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Defensive Athlete of the Week - Ryan LaRocca, Drew

Defensive Athlete of the Week - Ryan LaRocca, Drew

(So, D - Marlboro, N.J.)

Drew University sophomore Ryan LaRocca helped lead a Drew defense that did not allow an offensive goal in a 2-1 victory over Catholic. After the Cardinals scored on an own goal to assume a 1-0 lead in the 16th minute, LaRocca and the Rangers blanked Catholic the rest of the way as Drew rallied with a pair of second-half goals. The Rangers yielded just eight shots (four on goal) for the game. LaRocca also contributed offensively, assisting on Drew's first goal for his first collegiate point.

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 Women's Soccer

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Lydia Lawson, Elizabethtown

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Lydia Lawson, Elizabethtown

(Jr, F - Mountain Top, Pa.)

Elizabethtown forward Lydia Lawson took over the Landmark goal-scoring and points lead this past week with four goals in two games. She recorded a hat trick, with all three goals in an 11-minute span, in Saturday's conference win over Juniata. They were her seventh, eighth, and ninth tallies of the season. She also added an away goal at York (Pa.) last Wednesday.

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Defensive Athlete of the Week - Madison Welliver, Susquehanna

Defensive Athlete of the Week - Madison Welliver, Susquehanna

(So., GK - Turbotville, Pa.)

Susquehanna University sophomore Madison Welliver held the back line in six consecutive shutouts which is a school record. She has gone 585 minutes without relinquishing a goal, which included two shutouts this week. She has helped the River Hawks to a school record seven wins in a row, with only one goal surrendered.

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 Tennis

Men's Athlete of the Week - Will Morrison, Drew

Men's Athlete of the Week - Will Morrison, Drew

(Senior, - San Diego, Calif.)

Drew University senior Will Morrison went 3-0 in singles play while helping the Rangers go 3-1 over their first four matches of the season. He earned one victory apiece at Nos. 1, 2, and 3 singles, with his only loss coming versus Division I Rider University, who handed Drew its lone setback for the weekend.

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Women's Athlete of the Week - Anais Gill, Goucher

Women's Athlete of the Week - Anais Gill, Goucher

(So., - Cherryville, Pa.)

Goucher College sophmore Anais Gill played in the number one flight in singles at the Goucher College Invitational over the weekend and won three matches (all in straight sets) to capture the flight victory. She is already 5-0 in her short career at Goucher, winning each of her matches in straight sets.

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 Volleyball

Athlete of the Week - Marybeth Weihbrecht, Juniata

Athlete of the Week - Marybeth Weihbrecht, Juniata

(Sr., MH)

Juniata College senior Marybeth Weihbrecht led the Eagles to a 3-0 record last week. In the match against DII Clarion, she had eight kills and hit .500. In the two matches against Susquehanna and Moravian, she recorded 18 kills and added nine blocks. The middle hitter totaled 26 kills, 11 blocks and finished the weekend with a hitting percentage of .543. In 46 total attack attempts, she had just one error.

 

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