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Patriot League Weekly Awards – 3.2.15

Mar. 2, 2015

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CENTER VALLEY, Pa. — The Patriot League announced its weekly awards for Feb. 23-March 1 in men and women’s lacrosse, baseball, softball and men and women’s tennis on Monday.

Patriot League Men’s Lacrosse Weekly Awards

CORVIAS OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
ZACH HERREWEYERS, LOYOLA MARYLAND
Jr., A, London, Ontario
Herreweyers scored a career-high six goals Saturday, including the game-winner, in the Greyhounds’ 11-8 victory over visiting Lehigh. After scoring once in the opening quarter, he tallied three goals in the second to lift Loyola to a 6-3 halftime lead. Herreweyers recorded his six goals on just 10 shots and now has netted two or more goals in every game this season.

CORVIAS DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
TIM STACKPOLE, ARMY
So., D, Massapequa Park, N.Y.
Stackpole scored his first goal of the season and second of his career in the Black Knights 14-3 win over Lafayette. The sophomore defender entered Saturday’s contest with six caused turnover before adding three more against the Leopards. Stackpole helped Army tie its season low for goals allowed with three, equaling the amount scored by VMI in the home opener.

CORVIAS GOALKEEPER OF THE WEEK
JOHN CONNORS, NAVY
Jr., GK, Bellmore, N.Y.
Connors put together his best performance of the year, as he held 19th-ranked Holy Cross to a season-low six goals while posting a season-high tying 13 saves. The junior made two point-blank saves in the 4th quarter to help preserve the win and also turned aside seven shots in the second quarter when Holy Cross got off 15 shots but netted only one goal.

CORVIAS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
JACK WILSON, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Fr., A, Manlius, N.Y.
Wilson set a program record with six goals and seven points at Vermont on Saturday to help lead the Terriers to a 15-7 victory. The freshman scored on all six shot attempts against the Catamounts. Wilson also tallied two points (1g, 1a) in a 7-4 loss at Providence and contributed both a man-up and a man-down goal during the week.

HONORABLE MENTION
JOHN GLESENER, ARMY
Sr., A, Camillus, N.Y.
Glesener had a season-high five points in the Black Knights 14-3 win over Lafayette, scoring four times and adding an assist.

SAM SOMERS, ARMY Sr., GK, Wilton, Conn.
Somers held the Lafayette to three goals in just over 54 minutes of action as the Black Knights defeated the Leopards 14-3.

RYAN WALSH, COLGATE Sr., A, Wantagh, N.Y.
Walsh recorded a five-point game (2g, 3a) as the Raiders improved to 4-0 over and 2-0 in the Patriot League with a 10-8 win at Bucknell.

JACK CARRIGAN, LOYOLA MARYLAND So., D, Rockville Centre, N.Y.
Carrigan helped hold a Lehigh offense that was averaging 11.0 goals per game to a season-low of eight in the Greyhounds 11-8 victory.

JACK RAY, NAVY Fr., A, Wyckoff, N.J.
Ray paced the Mids with four points (3g, 1a) in a 7-6 win over 19th-ranked and previously unbeaten Holy Cross.

Patriot League Women’s Lacrosse Weekly Awards

CORVIAS OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
HANNAH SCHMITT, LOYOLA MARYLAND
Sr., A, Malvern, Pa.
Schmitt had an outstanding week to help the No. 14 Greyhounds split a pair of home overtime games against ranked opponents. She tallied four goals and three assists in Loyola’s 12-10 win over No. 18 Johns Hopkins on Wednesday, and scored five goals in an 11-10 loss to No. 19 James Madison on Saturday. She played a role in all three overtime goals for the Greyhounds, assisting on the first tally and then adding an insurance goal in the win over JHU and scoring a game-tying goal against the Dukes. Schmitt leads all Patriot Leaguers with 3.33 goals per game as she has 10 goals and 13 points in Loyola’s first three contests. She is named Corvias Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week for the second time after earning the honor once last season.

CORVIAS MIDFIELD PLAYER OF THE WEEK
LOREN GENERI, NAVY
Sr., A, Bayport, N.Y.
Generi stuffed the stat sheet in two home victories for the Mids last week as she combined for six goals, three assists, seven ground balls, 15 draw controls and four caused turnovers in a 13-7 win over Villanova on Wednesday and 12-9 triumph over William & Mary on Saturday. She had three goals, two assists, a ground ball and seven draw controls against the Wildcats before putting up three goals, an assist, six ground balls, eight draw controls and four caused turnovers in the win over the Tribe. Generi had career highs in both ground balls and caused turnovers against William & Mary. She moved into the Patriot League career top 10 list for goals (179) and points (243), and her 395 career draw controls now stand just three away from the Patriot League record. Generi is named Corvias Patriot League Midfield Player of the Week for the third straight time to start the season, and the seventh in her career.

CORVIAS DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
LAUREN WILLCOX, LEHIGH
Sr., D, Chester Springs, Pa.
Willcox had a career-high five caused turnovers as Lehigh’s defense kept the team in the game in a 5-4 loss to Fairfield on Saturday. The five caused turnovers were the most for a Lehigh player since 2009, when Lauren Dykstra matched the Patriot League record with six against Drexel. Lehigh caused 18 of Fairfield’s 22 turnovers in the game as it held the Stags to 12 shots in the contest. Willcox also picked up a pair of ground balls as she earns her first Corvias Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week award.

CORVIAS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
JENNA COLLINS, NAVY
Fr., M, Clarksville, Md.
Collins contributed a pair of goals with multiple ground balls, draw controls and caused turnovers in each of Navy’s home victories last week. She scored two goals with three ground balls and a pair of draw controls and caused turnovers in a 13-7 win over Villanova on Wednesday, and had a nearly identical line in Saturday’s 12-9 win over William & Mary with two goals, three draw controls and a pair of ground balls and caused turnovers. Collins has tallied a point and a draw control in each of the team’s first six games, and scored two goals in three consecutive contests.

HONORABLE MENTION

MADDY MOLINARI, BUCKNELL So., M, Manhasset, N.Y.
Molinari put up six goals and two assists as Bucknell split a pair of games last week.

EMILY PEEBLES, COLGATE Jr., A, Tully, N.Y.
Peebles scored four goals in Colgate’s 14-3 victory at Columbia on Sunday.

KATIE GALLAGHER, NAVY Jr., A, Bel Air, Md.
Gallagher totaled four goals and two assists in a pair of home wins for the Mids last week.

CAROLINE MEEGAN, BOSTON UNIVERSITY So., GK, Timonium, Md.
Meegan had a career-high 15 saves to keep the Terriers close in a 7-2 loss to Massachusetts on Wednesday.

MADDY LESHER, LOYOLA MARYLAND Jr., D, Gladwyne, Pa.
Lesher had three caused turnovers and six ground balls in two games last week while successfully marking top scorers from a pair of top-20 opponents.

Patriot League Baseball Weekly Awards

CORVIAS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
JOE OGREN, BUCKNELL
Jr., 2B/OF, Jackson, N.J.
Ogren repeats as the Corvias Patriot League Player of the Week after an outstanding doubleheader against Buffalo on Saturday. The junior went 4-for-8 with two home runs and seven RBIs as the Bison split a pair with the Bulls. He was 3-for-5 with a homer run and a career-high five RBIs as well as a walk and a steal in a 17-4 win in the opener, and had a home run and two RBIs in a 5-3 loss in the nightcap. Ogren had his streak of six multi-hit games to open the season snapped in the nightcap, but still has at least one hit, run scored and RBI in each of Bucknell’s seven contests this season. He leads the Patriot League in batting average (.586), on-base percentage (.647) and slugging percentage (1.034) for the season, as also tops the League with three home runs and 13 RBIs.

CORVIAS CO-PITCHER OF THE WEEK
ALEX ROBINETT, ARMY
Sr., P, Bend, Ore.
Robinett threw the first solo nine-inning no-hitter for a Patriot League pitcher this century as he blanked Longwood 1-0 in the opener of a doubleheader on Saturday. He allowed just four walks in the outing while striking out 10. It was the fifth no-hitter in Army history and 12th in League history, and first in both categories since Logan Lee did it against Bucknell in 2012. Robinett tossed the seventh complete game and second shutout of his career.

CORVIAS CO-PITCHER OF THE WEEK
NICK MACAIONE, LEHIGH
Sr., P, Andover, N.J.
Macaione threw the first nine innings of a combined 11-inning no-hitter for Lehigh in a 2-0 win over Iona on Saturday. He gave up just one walk and hit two batters while striking out four and facing only three over the minimum in his nine innings on the hill. Kevin Boswick threw a pair of hitless innings to finish the first no-hitter for Lehigh since Greg Angelo in 2010 and the fourth since 1960. Lehigh’s no-hitter was completed when Justin Pacchioli hit a walk-off, two-run home run in the bottom of the 11th inning. Macaione and Boswick throw the 12th no-hitter in Patriot League history and the third combined effort, with Macaione joining Robinett as the first pitchers this century with nine hitless innings.

CORVIAS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
STEPHEN COHEN
Fr., SS, Newtown Square, Pa.
Cohen played a key role in Lafayette’s 7-5 win over UMBC on Saturday as he belted a three-run home run in the second inning to put the Leopards in front for good. Cohen finished the four-game week by batting .400 (4-for-10) with two doubles, three walks and a steal in addition to the three-run homer.

HONORABLE MENTION

JUSTIN PACCHIOLI, LEHIGH Sr., CF, Easton, Pa.
Pacchioli batted .438 (7-for-16) with five runs scored in four games last week, and his two-run walk-off home run gave Lehigh a 2-0 win in 11 innings against Iona on Saturday and completed a no-hitter for the Mountain Hawks.

LUKE GILLILNGHAM, NAVY Jr., P, Coronado, Calif.
Gillingham allowed one run on six hits with 12 strikeouts in eight innings pitched and took a no-decision in a 2-1 loss to Air Force on Saturday.

XAVIER HAMMOND, BUCKNELL Sr., P, Broadheadsville, Pa.
Hammond allowed two earned runs and struck out 12 in a no-decision in Bucknell’s 5-3 loss to Buffalo on Saturday.

Patriot League Softball Weekly Awards

CORVIAS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
KRISTEN ZAHN, BUCKNELL
Sr., OF, Readington, N.J.
Zahn drove in 11 runs in 15 plate appearances, helping Bucknell to a 3-1 record in games against Brown and Cornell. The senior outfielder batted .556 (5-9) and added four walks for an on-base percentage of .733 and slugged 1.444 with two home runs and a pair of doubles.

CORVIAS PITCHER OF THE WEEK
EMILY BAUSHER, LEHIGH
Sr., P, New Egypt, N.J.
Bausher posted two wins, including a one-hitter versus Northern Iowa, while recording the 16th shutout of her career with a 2-0 win over the Panthers. The senior also picked up the win against Omaha, allowing only two earned runs in a 6-5 victory. For the week, Bausher struck out 14 batters, allowed an opponent batting average of .140 and a 1.00 ERA.

CORVIAS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
NICOLE YOZZO, LEHIGH
Fr., OF, Pleasanton, Calif.
Yozzo recorded 12 hits in 14 at-bats as Lehigh went 3-1 in the Citrus Classic II. The freshman outfielder also delivered a game-tying RBI single in the Mountain Hawks 6-5 win over Omaha and went 3-for-3 in a 3-2 win over St. Francis (Pa.) in the tournament finale. Finished the event with an .857 batting average, six runs scored and two stolen bases.

HONORABLE MENTION

XIOMARA PEREZ, ARMY Fr., C, Orlando, Fla.
Perez batted .444 in four games over the weekend driving in seven runs with three home runs and also scoring three times.

DANA NIELSEN, BUCKNELL Jr., P, Pequannock, N.J.
Nielsen was 1-0 with a 2.52 ERA in 8.1 innings thrown over two games for the Bison. Scattered four hits over 6.1 innings, striking out seven in an 11-6 win over a Brown to earn the win.

TARA GRENNAN, COLGATE So., OF, Santee, Calif.
Grennan slugged three home runs, scored four runs and drove in eight over the weekend for the Raiders.

Patriot League Tennis Weekly Awards

CORVIAS MALE TENNIS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
JAY LEELAVANICH, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
So., Canoga Park, Calif.
Leelavanich earned the Terriers lone point at No.3 singles in a 6-1 loss to 22nd-ranked Harvard on Saturday. After taking first set 6-3, the sophomore lost 6-2 to Harvard’s Grant Solomon in the second before winning the super tiebreaker 1-0.

CORVIAS FEMALE TENNIS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
ANIA KRAWIEC, LOYOLA MARYLAND
So., Lumberton, N.J.
Krawiec had a perfect weekend in singles and doubles play during the Greyhounds swing through North Carolina. The sophomore earned singles victories against North Carolina Central and North Carolina A&T and teamed up with Amanda Lanciano for a 6-1 win at No. 2 doubles against the Aggies.

Honorable mention

JEREMY KOCHMAN, LEHIGH Jr., Brooklyn, N.Y.
Kochman improved to 7-0 in singles play this season with wins against wins against Fairleigh Dickinson and Connecticut.

JORDAN KUCHTA, LOYOLA MARYLAND Jr., Ridgefield, Conn.
Kuchta went 2-0 in singles action and split a pair of matches at No. 1 doubles against North Carolina Central and North Carolina A&T.

LOGAN ANTILL, NAVY Jr., Butler, Pa.Antill was the lone Midshipmen to go 2-0 in singles matches as she swept at No. 2 singles against Georgetown and Rutgers.

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