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Landmark Announces Players of the Week

Landmark Announces Players of the Week

TOWSON, Md. – The Landmark Conference has released the Players of the Week. 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
Dillon Farrell
Moravian (Jr., North Wales, Pa.)

Farrell finished in third place with a 6K time of 19:05.90 at the season opening Lehigh University Invitational. He was the top NCAA Division III runner in the race that had 184 competitors. Farrell helped the Greyhound to a 10th place finish at the meet.

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Women's Cross Country Runner of the Week
Katherine Currier
Goucher (Jr., Brooklyn, N.Y.)

Currier was one of only two Division III runners among the top 12 finishers at the Baltimore Metro 5K on Saturday. She finished third overall and first among Division III competitors with a  time of 19:52.94. Currier’s finish boosted the Gophers to a team title.
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Field Hockey Offensive Player of the Week
Sam Barcia
Drew (So., F, Berlin, N.J.)
Barcia had a breakout weekend for the Rangers as they won the program's 20th Drew Fall Festival Title. After scoring twice against Lebanon Valley on Friday, she found the back of the cage four times and also recorded an assist against Swarthmore. Her nine points on Sunday tied a school record and her four goals fell one shy of a school mark. She was credited with both game-winners and now has 13 points on the young season.
Field Hockey Defensive Player of the Week
Shelby Miller
Juniata (Jr., G, Pottstown, Pa.)
Miller helped lead Juniata to a 2-0 start this weekend with wins over Wesley and Dickinson. She started the season opener against Wesley and did not allow a goal in 30 minutes while making four saves. In Saturday’s win over Dickinson, Miller played 40 minutes to hold the Red Devils scoreless. She finished with a 0.00 goals against average and collected six saves.
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Men's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week
Ian Smith
Catholic (Sr., F, Maple Glen, Pa.)
Smith scored once in each of Catholic's games this weekend. On Friday, Smith tallied the Cardinals’ first goal of the season in the 19th minute to cut Dickinson’s lead in half. He came back and scored the eventual game-winner on Sunday when Catholic hosted Greensboro.
Men's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week
Ethan DeBandi
Goucher (So., GK, Eldersburg, Md.)
DeBandi earned two shutouts this weekend for Goucher. The sophomore goalkeeper played 180 minutes without allowing a goal while making seven saves against Hood and Shenandoah.
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Women's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week
Lindsay Aleman
Catholic (Fr., F, Hockessin, Del.)
Aleman tallied five points in her collegiate debut for Catholic. She came off the bench to give a spark to the Cardinals, scoring twice on two shots. Aleman wrapped up with an assist on the final goal of the game to lead Catholic to a 4-0 victory over Frostburg State.
Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week
Lexi Halperin
Catholic (So., GK, River Vale, N.J.)
Halperin notched six saves in the season opening shutout of Frostburg State. She anchored a defense that held 2012 All-American Adria Graham to just one shot for the game as Catholic earned the 4-0 win.
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Volleyball Player of the Week
Amelia Kepler
Juniata (Jr., RS, Kane, Pa.)

Kepler was dominant all weekend with 4.42 kills per set for Juniata. She finished with a .346 hitting percentage through 12 sets played this weekend. Kepler controlled the match against No. 23 Clarkson with 25 kills helping Juniata to the 3-1 victory.
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Women's Tennis Player of the Week
Katie Zien Moravian (Sr., West Suffield, Conn.)
Zien helped Moravian open the 2013-14 season with a pair of wins in the Moravian Team Tournament Saturday. She had a pair of pro-set wins at second singles in the two matches, and she paired with freshman Brittney Eady for two wins at second doubles.
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Weekly Release - PDF

West was Susquehanna’s top finisher for the third straight meet this fall with a time of 23:21.5 on the 6K Lock Haven River Run course. West placed 18th overall in the field of 151 runners and set a new personal record.