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February 26, 1993|By Tara Finnegan | Tara Finnegan,Contributing Writer

Mount Hebron grad Mallon earns academic honor

Mount Hebron graduate Amy Mallon, who is starting for the St. Joseph's (Pa.) women's basketball team, was named to the GTE/CoSIDA All-Academic District II team this month.

Mallon is averaging 17.0 points and 10.7 rebounds for the Hawks and carries a 3.2 grade-point average in the graduate school of health administration.

Mallon, who transferred to St. Joseph's from the University of Richmond, is in her fifth and final year of eligibility.

Mallon has received Atlantic 10 Player of the Week honors twice and has been named Philadelphia Big 5 Player of the Week four times this season. She is shooting 41 percent from the field and 83 percent from the foul line.

Men's basketball

Southern graduate David Cason is starting for the top JuCo Division I team in the nation, College of Southern Idaho (28-1).

The sophomore has started all 29 games and is averaging 10.1 points and 9.2 rebounds. He is shooting 52 percent from the field and 70 percent from the foul line.

Track and field

Senior Heidi Allen (Severna Park) won the 5,000-meter run last weekend in the Metro Conference Championships at Virginia Tech, finishing in 17 minutes, 41.6 seconds.

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Junior Brooks Martin (Calvert Hall) took third in the men's 5,000 in 15:06.2.

* Freshman Erin Graham (Wood

lawn) took third in the 400 (59.21) and sixth in the 200 (26.37).

Football

Gilman's Andy Martire, a 1988 Baltimore Sun All-Metro offensive lineman, was one of 18 seniors honored by the Princeton Club of New York City last week.

A 6-foot-5, 255-pound senior, Martire played offensive tackle on Princeton's Ivy League co-champion team. He played all five offensive line positions during his four years.

An honors student majoring in politics, Martire holds a 3.6 grade-point average.

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