Checking In: Alumni Update (3-5-17)

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Joe Molettiere (Pennridge)
was strong on the mound in Monmouth’s 5-4 loss to the University of Rhode Island on Saturday. The Pennridge graduate allowed just one run in six innings and fanned seven. In Friday’s 6-5 loss to William and Mary in the opening game of the Irish Classic in Cary, N.C., Ricky Dennis (Central Bucks South) did not allow an earned run in his six innings on the mound, striking out three.

Shaun Stackhouse (Council Rock South) doubled and scored two runs out of the leadoff spot in Cabrini’s 8-7 loss to Waynesburg on Friday in Auburndale, Fla. In Wednesday’s 5-4 win over Lyndon State, Stackhouse was 2-for-3 with an RBI and run scored.

Matt Meyers (Cheltenham) delivered a walk-off home run in Penn State Abington’s 5-4 win over Pitt Greensburg on Saturday in Orlando, Fla. He finished the game a single, triple and home run with four RBIs and two runs scored and was only double shy of the cycle. In Tuesday’s 5-3 loss to Rutgers Newark, Meyers contributed an RBI single.

Redshirt freshman Chris Crookham (Hatboro-Horsham) posted the save in East Stroudsburg’s 6-2 win over Chowan on Sunday afternoon. He collected the final six outs after Chowan cut a 6-2 deficit to 6-4 in the bottom of the sixth before Crookham entered. In ESU’s 6-5 loss to Chowan in eight innings earlier in the day, redshirt senior outfielder Casey Saverio (Hatboro-Horsham) had a pair of hits. In Saturday’s 6-2 win over Chowan in game one of a doubleheader split, freshman designated hitter Tom Nuneviller (Pennridge) was 1-for-3 with two runs scored.

Josh Freed (Souderton) struck out six over six innings and earned the win in Eastern University’s 10-5 win over the University of Northwestern on Friday in Fort Pierce, Fla.

Senior Dylan Borawski (North Penn) threw a scoreless seventh inning in Chestnut Hill’s 7-1 loss to Northwood University in Fort Pierce, Fla., on Saturday.

Matt Matricardi (Upper Dublin) came on in relief to strand the bases loaded in the top half of the seventh inning of Kutztown’s 4-1 win over Slippery Rock on Saturday. The UD graduate entered from the bullpen with runners on second and third and two away and Slippery Rock leading 1-0. Matricardi walked the first hitter he faced before ending the threat with a strikeout to keep KU close. He did not allow a hit in 2.1 scoreless innings of relief, fanning four and earning the win. David Brown (Hatboro-Horsham) allowed a pair of hits in a scoreless two-thirds of an inning of work. Zach Schram (Council Rock North) was 1-for-2 with a run scored.

Cole Swiger (Upper Dublin) connected on his first collegiate home run – a three-run shot in the bottom of the seventh – in Bloomsburg’s 9-2 win over Seton Hill on Sunday. In last Sunday’s 16-15 loss to Kutztown, Swiger and Blake Gular (Souderton) were both 2-for-6 with one RBI.

Moravian College sophomore guard Jimmy Murray (Plymouth Whitemarsh) was named to the Landmark All-Conference Second Team. Murray is netting 13.0 points per contest to go with a team-high 54 three-pointers as well as 38 rebounds, 28 assists, 15 steals and 12 blocked shots. He also already surpassed 600 points for his career, and Murray has the top free throw shooting percentage in school history for those with more than 150 attempts at 87.3 percent (131-of-150). “Jimmy had a great year for us,” coach Justin Potts said. “His commitment to the process has allowed him to grow as a player. Jimmy spent a lot of time in the gym, which translated to the games. He shot it well all year for us and was very consistent scoring and defending. I am really proud of the way Jimmy competed all year.”
Murray scored 16 points in Moravian’s 88-81 loss to Bethany (W.Va.) in the 2017 ECAC Division III Championship Tournament quarterfinals on Friday. The Greyhounds tied a school mark for wins with 19.

Lock Haven rookie sensation Amir Hinton (Abington) was named the 2017 PSAC Eastern Division Freshman of the Year and also earned a spot on the PSAC East First Team. Hinton also was named the PSAC Eastern Division Men’s Basketball Athlete of the Week for the week ending Feb. 26. Over the last two regular season games, Hinton averaged 34.5 points, which included a 42-point effort in a win over Mansfield that clinched Lock Haven’s fourth straight playoff berth. He scored 27 points against Bloomsburg. Hinton was the PSAC regular season scoring champ at 24.2 points a game. In 27 games, Hinton scored 642 points, more than any other LHU player for a single season and more than any other freshman in PSAC history. He averaged 23.8 points per game, which led the PSAC heading into the league’s tournament. Along with total points (first) and scoring average (first), Hinton ranks in the PSAC’s top 15 in field goal percentage, rebounds per game, steals and blocks. Hinton shot 54 percent from the field (7th PSAC), recorded 6.6 rebounds per game (team high, 14th PSAC), recorded 2.1 steals per game (3rd PSAC, 56 total, team high), and he also added a team-high 22 blocks (13th in PSAC). He also dished out 2.3 assists per game. At the end of the regular season, Hinton’s 24.2 points per game ranked seventh in all of Division II basketball, and he was the top freshman in the country. On the season, he was twice named PSAC East Athlete of the Week, and he was crowned PSAC East Freshman of the Week seven total times, including five straight weeks at one point. Hinton is the only freshman to earn all-league honors this season. He’s the first freshman to earn All-PSAC First Team East honors since 2010-11.
Hinton scored 13 points in Lock Haven’s 106-87 loss to East Stroudsburg in PSAC first round tournament action on Monday. The 13 points pushed Hinton to 642 points for the season, breaking Lock Haven’s all-time single-season scoring record. Hinton, the PSAC’s regular season scoring champ, is also the league’s all-time leading scorer among freshman. In Monday’s season-ending loss, Hinton also recorded seven rebounds, three assists, two blocks and a steal.

McDaniel junior Josh McWilliams (Council Rock North) received All-Centennial Conference honorable mention recognition. It was his first all-conference honor. McWilliams led the team in scoring, averaging 15.4 points per game. He started all 25 games and reached double figures 21 times, including a pair of 30-point contests. He also finished with 44 assists and a team-best 25 steals. He shot 44.4 percent from the floor and was second on the team with 46 3-pointers. He also pulled down 68 rebounds.

Kutztown University redshirt sophomore Anthony Lee (Abington) was named to the All-PSAC Second Team for the second consecutive year. He was the team’s leading scorer at 16.1 per game, good for 12th in the PSAC. He was also fifth in the league in field goal percentage (.559) and steals per game (1.9), ninth in blocks per game (1.0) and 13th in 3-pointers per game (2.3). His .530 3-point percentage would be leading not only the conference but the entire NCAA if qualified (minimum 2.5 per game). For his career, Lee has started in 51 of 57 games in two years. He has scored 823 points and holds career percentages of 56.4 from the field, 49.2 from 3-point range and 84.9 from the free throw line. His career averages stand at 14.4 points, 5.1 rebounds, 1.8 rebounds and 1.7 steals.

Kutztown senior Ryan Connolly (Souderton) closes his career with two straight All-PSAC East Second Team nods. He is KU’s all-time leader in 3-pointers and also holds the single season record for threes. The redshirt senior is averaging 2.5 per game (9th in PSAC), and he is fourth in 3-point percentage (.420). He is averaging 12.1 points per game, and while battling through injuries, he started 102 of 105 career games (missed the 2014-15 season to injury). He has scored 1,142 career points, a 10.8 career average, and is a career 85.4 percent free throw shooter. Connolly also has grabbed 482 career rebounds with 164 assists and 100 steals.

Connolly scored 14 points and also had eight rebounds in fifth-ranked Kutztown’s 73-63 loss to 13th-ranked Shippensburg in the PSAC Championship game on Sunday. Connolly had four three-pointers to become KU’s single-season 3-point record holder with 76 this year. In addition to scoring a team-high 14, Connolly also guarded PSAC East Athlete of the Year Dustin Sleva and limited him to 11 points. Sleva scored 28 in each of the previous two meetings this year. In Saturday’s 91-85 semifinal win over Gannon, Lee scored 24 points. He shot 6-for-9 from the field, 3-of-5 from downtown and 9-of-10 from the free throw line. He played a team-high 43 minutes. Connolly added 20 points, which included four triples. He also had seven rebounds and was 6-for-6 at the foul line. The win was the 18th straight for KU.

Matt Penecale (Abington) scored 11 points in West Chester’s 84-77 upset of host Bloomsburg in the first round of the PSAC Tournament on Monday.

Freshman Jordan Vitelli (Central Bucks South) connected on 6-of-9 shots from the field and 4-of-7 from beyond the arc for 16 points in the University of the Sciences 72-57 win over Caldwell in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Championship final on Sunday. She also reeled in seven rebounds while coming up with a steal and an assist and earned a spot on the All-Tournament Team. Freshman Mikaela Giuliani (North Penn) added 12 points with five boards, two steals and two assists off the bench for the Devils. With the win, USciences sealed its invitation to the NCAA Division II Tournament. The Devils will face Bentley in an opening round game on Friday. In Saturday’s 68-49 semifinal win over Bloomfield College, Giuliani contributed eight points on a perfect 4-for-4 shooting with a rebound and an assist.

Sophomore Nicole Munger (Central Bucks West) had five points and seven rebounds in Michigan’s 74-64 loss to Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal on Friday. Michigan will find out its NCAA Tournament fate during the NCAA selection show on March 13.
Sammy Lochner (Abington) notched a career-high 18 points and seven assists in St. Peter’s 71-60 loss to Marist on Thursday in the opening round of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament. Sajanna Bethea (Pennsbury) added 10 points. For the season, Bethea averaged 9.6 points, which was second on the squad, and a team-high 6.0 rebounds. Lochner averaged 5.7 points, three assists and 1.3 rebounds a game.
Bethea was named to the MAAC All-Academic team. To be eligible, a student-athlete must complete two semesters at their institution and hold a cumulative grade point average of 3.20 on a 4.0 scale.

Senior Lauren Crisler (North Penn) put up a team-high 10 points while also leading the team with eight rebounds in American University’s 60-44 loss to Navy on Wednesday in the final game of the regular season.

Alysha Lofton (Central Bucks South) shared the team lead with seven rebounds in Albright’s 68-59 loss to Marymount (Va.) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night. In Friday’s 66-54 opening round win over Piedmont (Ga.), Lofton had six points and four rebounds.

Ursinus College freshman Lydia Konstanzer (Pennridge) was named the Centennial Conference Rookie of the Year and earned a spot on the All-CC Second Team. The Pennridge graduate is the first player in Ursinus history to earn Rookie of the Year honors and is just the ninth freshman to make the all-conference first or second team. Konstanzer led Ursinus in scoring (14.3 ppg, 4th in the CC), rebounding (8.0 rpg, 7th CC), field goal percentage (46.9, 3rd CC) and free-throw percentage (75.0, 3rd CC), ranking within the league’s top 10 in all four categories while adding 39 steals and seven bocks. Konstanzer registered nine double-doubles to rank second in the conference, including a 32-point, 10-rebound outburst against Swarthmore on Dec. 7 and a 26-point, 15-rebound effort against Johns Hopkins on Jan. 7. Konstanzer is the first Ursinus freshman to receive all-conference recognition since 2013, and she is the second member of her family to collect All-CC honors, joining older sister Carolyn, who did so in 2008 and 2009.

Shippensburg graduate student Stephanie Knauer (North Penn) was named the 2016-17 PSAC Eastern Division Athlete of the Year. Knauer will finish her career with four All-PSAC selections with a first team nod this season and in 2013-14 – her sophomore season. Knauer, who redshirted last season, made the All-PSAC East Second Team as a freshman and junior. She shot a career-high 63.8 percent from the field this season, which leads the PSAC and ranks second in all of Division II. If that mark holds for Knauer, she would earn the school record and the seventh-best mark in PSAC history. Knauer leads the Raiders in scoring, averaging 14.0 points while averaging 5.8 rebounds per game. She has six 20-point games this season and currently ranks eighth all-time in scoring at SU with 1,635 career points.
Knauer scored 21 points on 9-of-11 shooting in Shippensburg’s 67-58 overtime loss to IUP in the semifinals of the PSAC Tournament on Saturday. She did not miss a shot after the first quarter, going 6-for-6 from the field over the final 35 minutes. The loss snapped a 19-game winning streak and was Shippensburg’s first loss since Dec. 16. Shippensburg will face Mercyhurst in an opening round game of the NCAA Division II Tournament on Friday. In Wednesday’s 60-44 win over Bloomsburg in a PSAC quarterfinal game, Knauer had nine points and eight rebounds despite playing just four minutes in the first half due to foul trouble.

Monet McGorda (Cheltenham) scored nine points and Larissa Leyes (Upper Dublin) added six points in Gwynedd Mercy’s 58-46 loss to #25 FDU-Florham in the opening round of the NCAA Division III Basketball Tournament Friday night.

Taylor Thames (North Penn) contributed eight points off the bench in Kutztown’s 69-65 loss to Millersville in the first round of the PSAC Tournament on Monday. Included in those eight points was a buzzer beater from beyond half court to end the third quarter.

Embry-Riddle freshman Quinn Guzman (Souderton) tied his collegiate best with a 73 to tie for 34th with a 225 (77-75-73) at the Frontier Secure Intercollegiate.

Chris Fleming (Upper Moreland)
scored a pair of goals in Misericordia’s 19-0 win at Keystone on Wednesday.

Sean Fechter (Pennridge) scored two goals and assisted on another in Eastern University’s 9-3 win over Augustana College on Tuesday in the team’s first game in Colorado on spring break.

Jacob Snavely (Central Bucks South) notched a pair of goals in Gwynedd Mercy’s 7-6 win at Ferrum on Saturday.

Freshman Michael Sowers (Upper Dublin) had two goals and two assists in Princeton’s 18-7 win over No. 3 Johns Hopkins on Friday. The UD graduate now has had at least four points in every game, and he leads the Tigers with 20 points on nine goals and 11 assists.

Junior midfielder Chessie Rahmer (Souderton) contributed four goals and one assist and had a team-high seven draw controls, three caused turnovers and seven groundballs in East Stroudsburg’s 20-11 win over Chestnut Hill in a non-conference game on Tuesday. Senior attack Lauren Green (North Penn) added a goal and an assist.

Alyssa Matthews (Pennsbury) and Samantha Ryder (Pennridge) both scored a goal in Philadelphia University’s 9-4 non-conference loss to Bloomsburg on Friday night.

Junior Allison Fugate (Pennridge) scored a pair of goals while sophomore Kyra Shank (Souderton) had three groundballs in Shippensburg’s 16-3 rout of Alderson Broaddus on Saturday. In Tuesday’s 9-8 win over Shepherd, Fugate scored a free position goal with 27 seconds remaining to propel the Raiders to the dramatic win. She finished with two goals, two groundballs, two draw controls and two caused turnovers.

Brenda McDermott (North Penn) scored a pair of goals and Amber Lambeth (South) contributed an assist and three draw controls in Temple’s 12-5 win over UMBC on Saturday. In Thursday’s 13-10 win over La Salle, McDermott and Lambeth both scored two goals. Lambeth also had four groundballs, and McDermott had three groundballs and three caused turnovers.

La Salle freshman Mikki Raymond (Abington) was named the Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week for the week ending Feb. 26. The Explorers split a pair of games over the opening week to earn a 1-1 record. The freshman midfielder posted a strong collegiate start when she scored two goals and added two assists in a 13-7 win over Manhattan in La Salle’s season opener. She also won two draw controls while picking up a ground ball. In a loss against Sacred Heart, Raymond netted two goals, posted two draw controls and was credited with two caused turnovers.

Freshman Tori Wigand (Central Bucks South) had a pair of goals in Bloomsburg’s 9-4 victory over Philadelphia University on Friday.

Senior Jamie Damirgian (Council Rock South) contributed one assist, two groundballs, two draw controls and on caused turnover in Millersville’s 11-9 win over Seton Hill on Sunday. In Friday’s 13-7 win over Georgian Court, Damirgian had two goals, one assist and four draw controls.

Senior outfielder Bridget Hunt (Harry S Truman) was 5-for-7 (.714), scored twice and drove in four runs in Binghamton’s losses to Utah (7-2) and Utah State (8-6) on Saturday at the Southern Utah/St. George Red Desert Classic in St. George, Utah. Hunt finished the tournament 6-for-15 (.400) and is now batting a team-best .393 this year.

Sophomore Marissa Alpaugh (Pennsbury) was 3-for-4 with a pair of RBIs and two runs scored in Cabrini’s 11-8 win over Waynesburg University on Thursday in Clermont, Fla. In Cabrini’s 6-1 loss to Otterbein University earlier in the day, Alpaugh had a pair of hits, and senior Taylor Gallagher (Central Bucks South) had one hit.

Alyssa Wilkinson (Quakertown) had a pair of hits in Elizabethtown’s 12-0 win in five innings over Haverford on Sunday in Leesburg, Fla. In Elizabethtown’s 8-4 loss to Saint Vincent earlier in the day, Wilkinson contributed an RBI single.

Fordham senior Lauren Quense (Neshaminy) received her third straight Atlantic 10 Pitcher of the Week honor for the week ending Feb. 26. The Neshaminy grad absorbed her first loss of the season against No. 3 Florida but bounced back with wins over Elon and Georgia Southern over the next two days. Facing the Gators, the senior matched 2016 First Team All-American Delanie Gourley pitch for pitch over the first five innings, allowing just one hit, before Florida scored four runs in the sixth inning. Against Elon, Quense earned the win by limiting the Phoenix to two runs on five hits while striking out four. She capped the weekend off by firing a complete game one-hitter against Georgia Southern. She allowed just one single and one walk while fanning six. Through nine games, the 2016 All-Conference Second Teamer was 8-1 with a 1.58 ERA with five complete games and two shutouts.
Quense picked up her 11th win of the season with four innings of two-run ball on three hits, four walks and two strikeouts in Fordham’s 16-2 win in five innings over North Carolina State in Sunday’s final game of the North Carolina State Invitational. Fordham won all five games in the tournament. Quense is 11-1 on the season. In Saturday’s 8-7 win over North Carolina State, Quense delivered the go-ahead runs in a seven-run seventh with her second career grand slam and first round-tripper of the season. 

Freshman Jennifer Hammons (Springfield) allowed five hits and fanned eight in a complete game win in her collegiate debut in Ursinus College’s 5-4 win over Eureka in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Junior Maddie Mulhall (Quakertown) reached base three times, singling and twice getting hit by pitches, in Shippensburg’s 8-7 loss to Charleston on Friday in the Shaw Softball Challenge in Cary, N.C.

Suzanne Swanicke (Pennsbury) contributed a two-run double in the seventh inning to plate the tying and go-ahead runs in La Salle’s 5-4 win over North Florida on Saturday in the North Florida Invitational. Mackenzie Obert (Pennsbury) was 2-for-2 with a double two RBIs and two runs scored, and Christina Bascara (Pennsbury) was 2-for-4 with a run scored. In a 4-2 loss to Albany earlier in the day, Obert was 1-for-3 with an RBI, Bascara contributed a double, and Jackie Heim (William Tennent) was 1-for-2. In Friday’s 7-6 win over Western Carolina, Bascara was 2-for-2 with a double and four RBIs, Swanicke and Obert both had RBI singles and Angelina Refice (Central Bucks West) singled and scored.

Michelle Holweger (North Penn) was 2-for-4 with two RBIs in an 11-2 win in six innings over Virginia State on Saturday at the Shaw Tournament in Cary, N.C. In Friday’s 8-1 win over Shaw, Holweger was 3-for-4 with one RBI and a run scored.

Heather Lutz (Hatboro-Horsham) was 2-for-4 with a triple and RBI single in Millersville’s 5-3 loss to Bowie State on Saturday in Elizabeth City, N.C. In Friday’s 13-2 win over Elizabeth City State, Lutz was 1-for-3 with two runs scored.

Chestnut Hill senior Ashleigh Sharp (Upper Dublin) is featured in the Senior Spotlight at the following link:

University of Buffalo senior Eric Jensen (Upper Dublin) placed fourth in the 100 free with a time of 44.73 at the Mid-American Conference Championships on Saturday. With the time, Jensen moved into seventh place in the all-time top 10 performance list. In the 50 free on Thursday, Jensen finished in a tie for seventh place to garner 11.50 points for the Bulls. On Wednesday, Jensen was part of the gold medal 200 medley free relay that swam to a new school record time of 1:26.88. Jensen was named to the All-MAC Second Team.

Gettysburg freshman Ogden Leyens (Upper Dublin) was named the Centennial Conference Most Outstanding Performer and Outstanding Rookie Performer. He won five events (200 freestyle, 500 freestyle, 1,650 freestyle, 200 free relay, 400 free relay), set four school records and one Centennial Conference record. He also achieved three NCAA-B cuts and will travel to Shenandoah, Texas, for the NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships March 15-18. Leyens will look to cap a stellar freshman campaign, and he enters the meet seeded eighth in the 200 freestyle (1:38.95), 17th in the 500 freestyle (4:31.56) and 39th in the 100 freestyle (45.54).

Marist junior Megan Berardelli (Wissahickon) racked up 258.05 points to win gold on the 1-meter board at the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships on Saturday. On Friday, Berardelli was crowned the ECAC champion on the 3-meter board for the second straight year with 278.00 points.

Shippensburg junior Alec Balla (Quakertown) scored for the third time in three years in the 3K at the 2017 PSAC Indoor Track and Field Championships, finishing eighth with a time of 8:41.60.

Kutztown junior Brandon Raguz (Central Bucks South) earned All-Region status in pole vault after a season that saw him move into seventh in school history with a mark of 15-11 at the Golden Bear Invitational on Jan. 13. It was his second straight meet posting an NCAA provisional mark. The 2016-17 season also brought his first career PSAC Field Athlete of the Week award. Clearing 4.81m in his third attempt, he placed third on the podium at the 2017 PSAC Indoor Championships after a second place finish in 2016. The All-Region distinction is Raguz’s second after achieving the same honors for pole vault in 2016.

Brianna Stratz (Central Bucks South)
was part of Monmouth’s gold medal 4x800 relay team that posted a time of 8:44.57 at the 2017 ECAC Division I Track and Field Championships on Sunday. Amber Stratz (Central Bucks South) was part of the distance medley relay that earned bronze with a time of 11:43.51, one of the top times in school history.

Ursinus senior Erin Farrell (Neshaminy) was part of three bronze medals in the Centennial Conference Indoor Championships. Farrell placed third in the 60-meter dash and 200-meter dash and ran the first leg of the 4x200-meter relay for the Bears, who finished in sixth place overall. Farrell’s time of 8.01 in the 60-meter dash was good for her second consecutive bronze medal in the race, and she missed out on silver by just a hundredth of a second. Farrell posted a season-best time of 26.51 in her bronze medal finish in the 200. The 4x200 relay won bronze in a time of 1:49.67.

Shippensburg freshman Dior Alston (Cheltenham) finished seventh in the 400 meters with a time of 59.37 at the 2017 PSAC Indoor Track and Field Championships. Alston and teammate Cirsten Kelly, who placed eighth, are the first SU freshmen to score indoors in the 400 since the 2013 PSAC Championship in the event. Alston also was part of the 4x400 relay that finished fourth with a time of 3:57.99. Sophie Carrabba (Abington) was part of Shippensburg’s fourth place 4x800 relay that posted a time of 9:44.76.

Senior Christian Lizana (Pennridge) contributed eight kills and five digs in Vassar College’s 3-0 win over No. 11 MIT on Saturday. In Vassar’s 3-2 win over No. 15 Juniata later in the day, Lizana had eight kills and five digs.

Nick Bennett (Central Bucks East) had four blocks in St. Francis’ 3-1 loss to McKendree on Saturday.

Bloomsburg freshman Bruce Graeber (Neshaminy) went 1-2 in the heavyweight bracket at the Eastern Wrestling League Championships on Saturday. He suffered a quarterfinal loss to top-seeded Thomas Haines of Lock Haven in his first match of the day before pinning Cleveland State’s Michael Furbee 30 seconds into the second period of his opening consolation match to stay alive. George Mason’s Matt Voss ended Graeber’s day with a 5-2 decision. Graeber ended his year with a 13-15 overall mark.