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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. Drew University competed at the NJIT Highlander Challenge while Goucher College hosted its annual Cross Country Classic. Elizabethtown College, Juniata College, and Moravian College all competed at the DeSales University Invitational.

Golf
The Catholic University women’s golf team had a strong showing at the Shenandoah Golf Invitational. The Cardinals finished fourth with a team score of 696. On the men’s side, Drew University and Goucher College played in the McDaniel Fall Invitational. The Gophers placed sixth (612) while the Rangers finished in 15th (644). The University of Scranton men hosted Misericordia in a dual match.

Field Hockey
Two teams remain undefeated in conference play after Saturday. Catholic University (3-0) defeated Susquehanna University 4-1, while Elizabethtown College earned its seventh straight win with a 4-0 shutout over Drew University. The University of Scranton also picked up a win to move to 2-1 in conference play. The Royals defeated Moravian College, 3-1.

Men’s Soccer
Two teams remain unbeaten in conference play after the third weekend. Moravian College sits at the top of the standings at 3-0 thanks to a 2-1 win against University of Scranton (1-2). Elizabethtown College moved to 2-0-1 after knocking off Drew University (2-1) by the score of 1-0. Other weekend winners included Catholic University (2-1) and Goucher College (1-2).

Women’s Soccer
The University of Scranton posted its fifth straight shutout on Saturday. The Royals defeated Moravian College to move to 10-0-1 overall and 3-0 in Landmark action. Elizabethtown College also earned a win to improve to 4-5-2 overall and 2-1 in conference play.

Tennis
Moravian College men’s tennis edged FDU-Florham last Wednesday to move to an even 2-2 on the season, while Susquehanna University closed out its fall schedule with a win, defeating Penn State Harrisburg, 8-1. The River Hawks ended its fall campaign with a 4-2 record. On the women’s side, Goucher College earned a 9-0 shutout over Trinity (DC) to improve to 2-1, while Moravian College finished its fall season with a perfect 4-0 record, defeating Marywood, 9-0.

Volleyball
Juniata College extended its win streak to 11 matches last week. The Eagles (13-3, 3-0 LC) earned a 3-0 victory against Goucher College on Wednesday and defeated Franklin & Marshall 3-0 on Friday. Of the 16 matches played so far, Juniata has shutout its opponent nine times. The University of Scranton picked up a pair of wins over the weekend. The Royals (14-11) earned 3-0 wins against Frostburg State and Rowan. Susquehanna University (16-11) earned four wins over the weekend. The River Hawks dropped just two sets the entire weekend. Catholic University, Elizabethtown College, and Moravian College all earned wins over the weekend.

 

 Cross Country

Men's Athlete of the Week - Samuel Gerstenbacher, Elizabethtown

Men's Athlete of the Week - Samuel Gerstenbacher, Elizabethtown

(Jr, Pittsgrove, N.J.)

Elizabethtown junior Samuel Gerstenbacher had his third consecutive top two finish this past Saturday at DeSales. Gerstenbacher was the runner-up in the race at 25:50.8. E-town finished third as a team.

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Women's Athlete of the Week - Laila Hanson, Goucher

Women's Athlete of the Week - Laila Hanson, Goucher

(Fr., Churchville, Md.)

Goucher College freshman Laila Hanson helped Goucher win the annual Gopher Cross Country Classic on Saturday, beating her nearest competitor in the race by almost a minute with her 26:19.35 finish on the 6k course.

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 Field Hockey

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Maggie Fees, Elizabethtown

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Maggie Fees, Elizabethtown

(Sr, D - Orrtanna, Pa.)

Elizabethtown senior Maggie Fees is well known for her defensive work, but this past week she picked it up offensively with three goals and an assist for seven points in two games. Fees accounted for both goals in E-town's 2-1 win over Wilkes, scoring the game winner in the second half. She recorded a goal and an assist in Saturday's 4-0 win at Drew.

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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 ran its win streak to seven games thanks to another stellar week from goalie Margo Donlin. The senior allowed just one goal in 140 minutes total between two games, both wins for the Blue Jays. She made two saves in a 2-1 win over Wilkes this past Wednesday and then shut out Drew on Saturday, only needing to make one save to get the victory. The shutout of the Rangers was her sixth in 12 games as Elizabethtown remained unbeaten in the Landmark at 3-0.

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 Golf

Men's Athlete of the Week - Julian Gonzalez, Goucher

Men's Athlete of the Week - Julian Gonzalez, Goucher

(Fr., Heredia, Costa Rica)

Goucher College freshman Julian Gonzalez continued his great play in the early portion of the year, finishing in a tie for second at the Mason-Dixon Collegiate Classic, finishing in a tie for second overall and one shot out of the top spot on the leaderboard. He took the lead after Saturday's first round, posting a low round of 69 and has now finished in the top five in his first two collegiate events, placing fifth at the NC Wesleyan Invitational two weeks ago.

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Women's Athlete of the Week - Mary Colella, Catholic

Women's Athlete of the Week - Mary Colella, Catholic

(Fr., Marcellus, N.Y.)

Catholic University freshman Mary Colella shot a school-record 81 in the opening round of the Greene Turtle Invitational hosted by Shenandoah at Shenandoah Valley Golf Club. She shaved seven strokes off her previous low of 88 and finished the tournament with a program-best 36-hole total of 167. She has three top-10 finishes this season and leads the team with an 86.75 average.

 

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 Men's Soccer

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Garrett Winchilla, Elizabethtown

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Garrett Winchilla, Elizabethtown

(Fr, F - Pen Argyl, Pa.)

Elizabethtown freshman Garrett Winchilla scored the only goal Saturday as the Blue Jays defeated defending Landmark Conference champion Drew, 1-0. Winchilla picked a great time to net his third goal of the season --and first career game-winner-- taking a thru ball from Gilbert Waso and striking it off the left glove of Ranger goalkeeper Jason Adamo and into the right side of the net in the 82nd minute.

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Defensive Athlete of the Week - Brian Gately, Elizabethtown

Defensive Athlete of the Week - Brian Gately, Elizabethtown

(Sr, GK - Lancaster, Pa.)

Elizabethtown senior Brian Gately made four saves for his fourth shutout of the season as Elizabethtown knocked off defending Landmark Conference champion and 2018 preseason favorite, Drew, 1-0 on Saturday. Gately stopped two shots in each half as the Blue Jays put together an excellent defensive effort as a unit. They held the Rangers to seven shots --their lowest total of the season-- and just four on goal. Gately hasn't allowed a goal in more than 324 minutes (324:42) dating back to the Alvernia game on Sept. 19, a streak that spans parts of four games.

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 Women's Soccer

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Erin Toburen, Scranton

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Erin Toburen, Scranton

(So., M - Harleysville, Pa.)

University of Scranton sophomore Erin Toburen moved up to attacking mid in the second half against Penn State-Harrisburg and delivered a pair of goals after the break in a 3-0 win on Wednesday at Weiss Field. She scored in the 76th and 78th minutes, marking the second time she has scored twice in a match this season. Three days later, her play in the midfield helped Scranton control the action for the majority of the afternoon in a 2-0 win at Moravian that kept Scranton unbeaten and pushed their Landmark Conference winning streak to 19, including playoffs.

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Defensive Athlete of the Week - Christina Charikofsky, Goucher

Defensive Athlete of the Week - Christina Charikofsky, Goucher

(So., GK - Eldersburg, Md.)

Goucher College sophomore Christina Charikofsky continues her outstanding play in net for the Gophers, as she made 13 saves and didn't allow a goal in 200 minutes of action over the last week. She kept Juniata off the board in a 0-0 double overtime draw on Saturday, matching a season-high with eight saves.

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 Tennis

Men's Athlete of the Week - Isaac Schefer, Moravian

Men's Athlete of the Week - Isaac Schefer, Moravian

(Sr, - Bushkill, Pa.)

Moravian College senior Isaac Schefer had a 4-0 week for the Greyhounds, who went 2-0 to finish the fall season. Moravian defeated Gwynedd Mercy 8-1 in a match started on September 27 and finished on October 1 due to weather before a 5-4 victory over FDU-Florham to finish the fall. Schefer bumped up to first singles for the win at Gwynedd Mercy while dropping to third singles versus FDU-Florham. He won both of his second doubles contests.

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

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

(Jr, - Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

Drew University junior Ashley Camel finished a combined 6-2 and won a pair of tournament titles for the Rangers. She went undefeated (6-0) at the New Jersey Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (NJAIAW) Tournament, taking home both the Singles A and Doubles A titles in an event featuring Ramapo and William Paterson. Camel finished 3-0 in both singles and doubles at the tournament, winning 8-3 in the singles final and 8-4 in the doubles final.

 

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 Volleyball

Athlete of the Week - Hannah Lyons, Susquehanna

Athlete of the Week - Hannah Lyons, Susquehanna

(Jr., OH/MH - Eldersburg, Md.)

Susquehanna University junior Hannah Lyons had 67 kills in a 5-0 week, including wins over No. 16 Johns Hopkins and Landmark Conference foe Moravian. Against the Greyhounds, she had .591 hitting percentage with 14 kills. She followed that up with a .538 hitting percentage against Wesley and 15 kills. In the match against Hopkins, Lyons finished with 13 kills. Against Cabrini, Lyons hit .400.

 

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