Terrors Are Honored

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January 12, 1992

WESTMINSTER — Several Western Maryland College student-athletes were honored during the fall season by the Middle Atlantic Conference for their work onthe field and in the classroom.

Volleyball player Jennifer Staub is on the MAC All-Star team. A 5-foot-8 junior co-captain, Staub was the team leader in kills with 164 and set assists with 478.

Junior Beth Longenecker, who played at the link post, is on the MAC field hockey All-Star team.

Amye Walker, a senior co-captain, earned her first selection to the women's soccer All-Star unit as a second-team midfielder.

WMC also placed two juniors on the men's soccer Southern Division second team. Junior Brian Redding of Westminster was WMC's top scorer with 11 goals and five assists for 27 points. Midfielder Ron Chesney, also of Westminster, was second in scoring with 14 points on five goals and four assists.

Seven Western Maryland student-athletes qualified for the MAC Fall Academic Honor Roll, open to student-athletes with at least sophomore academic and athletic standing and a 3.4 cumulative grade-point average who were starters or significant contributors to their teams: junior physical education major Tracy Baynard; sophomore English and psychology major Tessa Dominick; and sophomore physical education major Sherry Albright -- all from the field hockey team.

WMC's men's and women's cross country team also had two Academic Honor Roll additions. For the women: the honorees were co-captains Kendra Weible and Shannon Franklin of Hampstead. Weible is a sophomore who also finished fourth in the MAC championship race. Franklin, a junior who earned Honor Roll status for the second consecutive year, is a North Carroll High grad.

The men's cross country team was represented by senior business administration/economics major Guido Stubenrauch, and sophomore business administration and psychology major Dave Radosevich. Stubenrauch is a co-captain who made his third MAC Academic Honor Roll.

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