Landmark Announces Players of the Week

TOWSON, Md. – The Landmark Conference has released the Players of the Week for the second week of the season. The conference will recognize a student-athlete for each sport based on their contributions to their team throughout the season.

Men's Cross Country Runner of the Week
Andrew Walsh
Merchant Marine (Fr., Granville, Ohio)

Walsh led the Mariners to a first place finish at the Purchase College Invitational by winning the race in 28:44. The freshman ran the 8K race 30 seconds faster than last year’s Invitational winner.

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Women's Cross Country Runner of the Week
Katrina Woods
Juniata (Jr., Shirleysburg, Pa.)
Woods finished fourth individually at the Lebanon Valley Invitational 5K on Saturday. The junior ran the race in 19:09.94 helping the team to finish fourth amongst 12 teams at the meet.
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Field Hockey Offensive Player of the Week
Colleen Harwood
Catholic (So., F., Rockville, Md.)
Harwood led 11th ranked Catholic to a pair of victories over Randolph-Macon and Elizabethtown. In the first game against Randolph-Macon, Harwood scored the second goal of the game on the way to a 3-0 shutout. She sealed Saturday’s win with the fourth goal in a 4-0 win over Elizabethtown.
   
Field Hockey Defensive Player of the Week
Megan Comunale
Catholic (Jr., GK, Hammonton, N.J.)
Comunale posted two shutouts this week against Randolph-Macon and Elizabethtown. She finished with five saves over Randolph-Macon and added six saves against Elizabethtown including one on a penalty stroke midway through the second half.
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Men's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week
John Arnold
Susquehanna (Sr., M, Mechanicsburg, Pa.)
Arnold helped Susquehanna earn three wins this week including No. 2 York (Pa.) and No. 22 William Paterson to win York’s Holiday Inn Conference Center Soccer Classic. In the first game of the week, Arnold assisted the second goal of the game as the Crusaders won the “Battle of the Boot” versus Lycoming with a 4-0 victory. The senior midfielder came back with the game-winning goal in the 79th minute against No. 2 York to help give the Spartans their first loss of the season. The goal also broke York goalkeeper’s 487 minute scoreless streak.
   
Men's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week
Matt Salsman
Susquehanna (Sr., GK, Selinsgrove, Pa.)
Salsman held opponents scoreless this week earning three shutout wins over Lycoming, No. 22 William Paterson and No. 2 York (Pa.). Salsman made one save against Lycoming before adding three saves apiece against William Paterson and York.
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Women's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week
Emily Green Juniata (Fr., M, Marietta, Pa.)
Green scored two goals and added two assists helping Juniata to three wins this week. The Eagles defeated Lycoming 1-0 early in the week before Green notched a goal and assist against both Keystone and Southern Vermont. She earned the game-winner against Southern Vermont as she tallied the first of four second half goals propelling Juniata to the 4-0 win.

   
Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week
Lexi Rudolph
Goucher (Fr., GK, Kensington, Md.)
The first freshman to start in goal for the Gophers since 2007, Rudolph has opened the season with three straight shutout wins including two this week over Albright and Washington (Md.). In the first game of the week, she made three saves before adding two against Washington to maintain a 0.00 goals against average.
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Volleyball Player of the Week
Julia Crilly
Scranton (So., OH, Rochester, N.Y.)
Crilly helped lead Scranton to a 5-0 record this week as the team remains undefeated at 9-0. She posted 17 kills in a mid-week win over King’s (Pa.) before earning Most Valuable Player honors at the Scranton Invitational with three double-doubles including 20 kills and 21 digs against Pitt.-Bradford. Crilly finished the week averaging 5.36 kills per set, 4.57 digs per set and .407 hitting percentage.

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