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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.

Baseball
After a slow start to the season, Catholic earned a pair of wins against McDaniel. On Saturday, the Cardinals won game one, 6-3 and exploded for 17 runs to defeat McDaniel, 17-9 in game two. Drew earned its second win of the season, defeating Whittier 6-1. Elizabethtown moved to .500, picking up an 8-6 and 11-8 win over Muskingum.

Men’s Lacrosse
Goucher picked up its first win of the season, defeating Lebanon Valley 11-10. Elizabethtown was the only other team to play over the weekend, as bad weather in the region postponed majority of the games. The Blue Jays defeated Messiah 12-11.

Women’s Lacrosse
Drew is picking up steam to start the 2019 season, winning its first four games. The Rangers defeated Vassar 18-15 and beat Lebanon Valley 12-8. Goucher has now won three straight games to move to 3-1 on the season. The Gophers defeated Randolph 23-5 on Friday. After Saturday’s game was postponed, Moravian picked up a 19-8 win against Ave Marie on Sunday in Davenport, Fla. Scranton, who is now 4-0 on the young season, defeated Haverford 13-12 on Saturday.

Softball
The 2019 softball season kicked off over the weekend. Many games were postponed or cancelled due to inclement weather. Susquehanna, playing in Salem, Va., picked up a 12-3 decision against Frostburg St. Playing in Florida, Moravian earned its first win of the season, defeating Thiel 14-0. Drew defeated Clark 2-1, and Elizabethtown defeated Rosemont 10-1.

Men’s Tennis
Spring break has started for the men’s tennis teams. Drew defeated Lebanon Valley 8-1.

Women’s Tennis
Drew defeated Lebanon valley 5-4 to open its spring break trip. Moravian defeated Penn St. Harrisburg 7-2.  

 

 Baseball

Athlete of the Week - Riley McGinley, Elizabethtown

Athlete of the Week - Riley McGinley, Elizabethtown

(Jr, 2B/SS - Spring City, Pa.)

Elizabethtown junior Riley McGinley had a pair of multi-hit efforts on Sunday for Elizabethtown as the Blue Jays swept Muskingum. McGinley had three hits in four at-bats in game one and drove in four runs and scored twice. In the second game, the junior was 2-for-4 with two more RBIs and two more runs scored. He also doubled in each contest as E-town won by scores of 8-6 and 11-8. He was 5-for-8 on the day.

 

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Pitcher of the Week - Jeff Serin, Drew

Pitcher of the Week - Jeff Serin, Drew

(Jr, P - Hillsborough, N.J.)

Drew junior Jeff Serin spun a seven-inning five-hitter in Drew's 6-1 victory over Whittier on the opening day of the team's Spring Break trip to California. After yielding a run in the first inning, he blanked the Poets the rest of the way, allowing just four base runners. Serin allowed two runners into scoring position over the final six innings, and he helped himself by picking a runner off first. He finished with four strikeouts and no walks.

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 Men's Lacrosse

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Mike Scrafano, Elizabethtown

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Mike Scrafano, Elizabethtown

(Jr, A - Easton, Pa.)

Junior Mike Scrafano scored in each of the two games for Elizabethtown this past week. He tallied against #9 Dickinson on Wednesday and in Saturday's win over Messiah, the junior had a career-high 5 goals and 6 points for the Blue Jays. Scrafano scored twice on man-up situations and ended up with the game-winning goal in the fourth quarter that was the difference. He also picked up 7 ground balls between the two games.

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Defensive Athlete of the Week - Nate Sanders, Drew

Defensive Athlete of the Week - Nate Sanders, Drew

(Jr, GK - Annapolis, Md.)

Drew junior Nate Sanders made a career-high 21 saves in Drew's 10-5 loss to Maritime. Facing a 42-shot attack, Sanders tied the fourth-highest save total in school history. He made 10 of his stops in the fourth quarter, when he allowed just one goal while the Privateers piled up 15 shots.

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 Women's Lacrosse

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Shannon Stull, Goucher

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Shannon Stull, Goucher

(Jr., A - Westminister, Md.)

Goucher junior Shannon Stull posted 13 goals and three assists for 16 points to lead Goucher to a 2-0 week. After registering six points in a win against Immaculata on Wednesday, Stull posted a career-high nine goals and 10 points in a 23-5 win against Randolph on Friday. The junior registered four goals and two assists in an 11-9 win against Immaculata on Wednesday. Stull added seven draw controls, five ground balls and a caused turnover in the two games.

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Defensive Athlete of the Week - Allie DiDario, Drew

Defensive Athlete of the Week - Allie DiDario, Drew

(Jr, - Whitehouse Station, N.J.)

Drew junior Allie DiDario piled up 14 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers to help lead Drew to a 3-0 week. She notched five ground balls and four caused turnovers in a 13-6 victory at DeSales, then notched three GBs and 4 CTs in an 18-15 win over Vassar. DiDario wrapped up the week with six grounds and two caused turnovers in a 12-8 victory at Lebanon Valley.

 

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 Softball

Athlete of the Week - Kody Streeter, Susquehanna

Athlete of the Week - Kody Streeter, Susquehanna

(So, IF - Boyertown, Pa./Boyertown)

Susquehanna sophomore Kody Streeter helped Susquehanna open up the 2019 campaign with a 2-1 record. Streeter hit .571 over three games on four hits, including a double and a triple, in seven at-bats. She also recorded three RBI and stole a base. As shortstop, Streeter collected four putouts and four assists with an error for an .889 fielding percentage. She connected on a career-best two hits twice and drove in a career-high two runs in the win over Southern Virginia. Streeter also notched her first extra-base hits of her career.

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Pitcher of the Week - Alyssa Wilkinson, Elizabethtown

Pitcher of the Week - Alyssa Wilkinson, Elizabethtown

(Jr, P/1B - Quakertown, Pa.)

In her first start of the season, Elizabethtown junior Alyssa Wilkinson needed only five innings to get her first win as the Blue Jays beat Rosemont 10-1 in five. Wilkinson allowed only one run and struck out four while surrendering just four hits.

 

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 Men's Tennis

Men's Athlete of the Week - Daniel Salimnejad, Moravian

Men's Athlete of the Week - Daniel Salimnejad, Moravian

(Fr., - Copenhagen, Denmark)

Moravian freshman Daniel Salimnejad was 1-0 in singles action in the Greyhounds first match of the spring season, earning a straight sets victory at second singles versus Penn State Harrisburg in Hilton Head, South Carolina Moravian fell 5-4. Salimnejad also played at second doubles in the match.

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 Women's Tennis

Women's Athlete of the Week - Cristina Riccio, Drew

Women's Athlete of the Week - Cristina Riccio, Drew

(Jr., - New Providence, N.J.)

Drew junior Cristina Riccio captured victories at both No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles as Drew opened its Spring Break trip to Hilton Head with a win over Lebanon Valley.

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