Shelby Aarden, URI ’19, led her team at the Atlantic 10 Cross Country Championship in Richmond, Va., Oct. 28. She covered the 5k in 18:10, finishing 29th.
Jimmy Adams, Hobart ’21, had two solo tackles and one assist, and caused one fumble in his football team’s 52-7 win over Rochester Oct. 13.
Alyssa Annenberg, UConn ’21, finished fifth on the one meter board (195.45) and seventh on the three meter (227.40) in her swimming and diving team’s 158-142 win over Army Oct. 27.
Ryan Branch, Lafayette ’21, finished 78th at the Patriot League Cross Country Championship, covering the 8k course in 28:07. Lafayette took eighth in the team standings.
Julia Burdulis, Trinity ’21, finished 73 at the NESCAC Cross Country Championship held at Boston’s Franklin Park during a Nor’easter Oct. 27. She covered the 6k in 25:20. Trinity finished ninth.
Anne Comcowich, Holy Cross ’22, rowed in the Club Championship Eights race at the Head of the Schuykill Oct. 27. The Crusaders finished 20th of 50 boats with a time of 14:48.50.
Reece Donahue, UMass ’20, continued his winning streak, taking first in both the 3-meter (247.28) and 1-meter (293.63) diving events in his swimming and diving team’s dual meet win (201-97) over NJIT Oct. 27. The next weekend, against Boston University, he won the 1-meter (288.75) again, and took the runner-up spot on the 3-meter board (271.12). The Minutemen fell to the Terriers 189-111.
Hanna Engstrom, Trinity ’19, had seven kills and two digs in her volleyball team’s 3-1 loss to Trinity Oct. 26. The next day, she had two kills and two digs in a 3-0 loss to Bates. She also had two kills, two digs, and a block when the Bantams finished their season Nov. 2 with a 3-0 loss to Bowdoin in the NESCAC Championship semi-final game.
Kara Finnerty, Bowdoin ’20, earned First Team All-NESCAC honors for field hockey this season. Her 10 assists ranked third in the league and she 28 points ranked second on her team. The forward started all 16 games.
Sara Freedman, Stonehill ’19, made 10 saves in her field hockey team’s 4-1 loss to LIU Post Oct. 28. In a 3-1 loss to Merrimack Oct. 31, she made eight saves. On Nov. 3, she added another save in an 8-0 shutout of Southern Connecticut. Freedman made four saves in a 3-1 loss to Pace Nov. 6.
Brian Gaughan, Franciscan ’21, was named the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Defensive Soccer Player of the Week Oct. 27 following a week when he made six saves, including a shutout against Pitt-Greensburg and another three save effort in a 6-1 contest against D’Youville in the quarterfinal match of the Mountain Collegiate Conference Oct. 22. In the conference semi-final game Oct. 31, Gaughan made five saves but the team fell 5-2 to top seeded Penn State-Behrend. He finished his season with 87 saves, a single season record for the Barons.
Abbie Gilbert, WPI ’20, started in 25 of her volleyball team’s 28 matches this season. The outside hitter finished the season with 159 kills, 409 total attacks, 35 assists, 18 service aces, 64 digs, 54 blocks and 204.5 points.
Amanda Gilbert, Endicott ’22, had a game-high 10 kills in her volleyball team’s 3-0 win over Curry Oct. 27. She recorded two kills and four digs in a Commonwealth Coast Conference semi-final loss to Roger Williams Nov. 1.
Jack Guelfi, Salve Regina ’20, made six tackles, including five solo, in his football team’s 33-10 win over University of New England Oct. 27. The next weekend, in a 47-14 win over Nichols, he made two tackles.
Molly Hawkins, Haverford ’21, finished 45th at the Centennial Conference Cross Country Championship Oct. 27. She covered the 6k course in 24:34. Haverford placed third.
Lauren Hazzard, Bucknell ’19, finished 26th at the Patriot League Cross Country Championship Oct. 27. She covered the 6k in 22:50. Bucknell won the team title.
Jimmy Hervol, UConn ’19, finished in a tie for 26th at the Ka’anapali Collegiate Classic held in Lahaina, Hawaii from Nov. 2-4. He shot 67-74-68 for a four-under 209. He helped UConn to a 13th place finish.
Beth Koeller, Bowdoin ’22, made a defensive save in her field hockey team’s 2-1 loss to Tufts Oct. 24. The rookie defender started in all but the first game of the season.
Kevin Lagasse, Holy Cross ’19, swam on the second-place 400 medley relay team at the Worcester City Championship Oct. 27. Holy Cross took second in the meet. The next weekend, he helped his team to win over Manhattan, swimming a leg on the winning 200 freestyle relay.
Sam Lehman, Stonehill ’20, made one tackle in his football team’s 12-7 loss to New Haven Oct. 27.
Harrison Parsons, Union ’20, made a tackle in his football team’s 35-14 win over Rochester Nov. 3.
Nicholas Poillucci, Salve Regina ’20, made one tackle in his football team’s 33-10 win over University of New England Oct. 27. He made two tackles in a Nov. 3 win (47-14) over Nichols.
Mattie Stauss, Denison ’22, finished fifth in the three-meter and one-meter dives in her swimming and diving team’s 156-133 loss to Eastern Michigan Oct. 20. She placed fifth overall in the three-meter (192.90) and finished the one-meter dive in eighth place (174.45) losses to Ohio State and Akron Nov. 2.
Jonny Wolf, University of New Hampshire ’22, was named to the America East All Rookie soccer team. The midfielder played in 14 games with nine starts. He tallied his first collegiate point with an assist in a 3-1 win over Iona Sept. 12.