Green Terror places 21 players on all-conference

May 19, 1994|By Glenn P. Graham | Glenn P. Graham,Sun Staff Writer

The Centennial Conference recently handed out its postseason honors, and Western Maryland College won its share.

The Green Terror had 21 student-athletes make the all-conference team this spring, topped by the seven placed on the All-CC softball team.

Senior pitcher Marilyn Naas was one of four to make first-team honors in helping lead the softball team to a share of the conference title with Gettysburg.

Naas, also selected the CC Co-Pitcher of the Year, was 6-2 in conference play with a 0.91 earned-run average.

Joining her on the first team were sophomore catcher Jen Prowinski (conference-leading .581 batting average), junior outfielder Carolyn Kelsey and designated hitter Jenny Stewart (.521, 21 runs batted in and conference-leading 21 runs scored).

Second-teamers were sophomore first baseman Kelli Bowen and second baseman Sarah Kephart, and honorable mention went to junior third baseman Sandra Johnson (North Carroll).

Women's lacrosse

Senior Gina Cappi and sophomore Denise Sarver were All-CC first-team selections and chosen for the Brine/IWLCA Division III All-South Region Team.

Cappi finished third in the conference in scoring with 60 goals and 13 assists, and Sarver was sixth in the conference with 60 and 13.

Cappi and Sarver's selections to the all-region team make them eligible for the NCAA Division III All-America Team, which will be announced this weekend at the national championships at College Park.

L Junior defender Stacy Baker was an All-CC honorable mention.

The Green Terror finished the season 12-2 overall and 8-2 in the conference.

Men's lacrosse

Senior midfielder Ken Higgs (Westminster) was the only Green Terror selected to the All-CC First Team. The Green Terror co-captain finished the year with 19 goals and 12 assists in conference play.

Sophomore attacker Dean Coccia, the team's leading scorer with 32 goals and 41 assists, was one of three selections to the second team.

Senior goalie Marc Brunco, whose 63.3 save percentage was tops in the conference, and senior defender Chris Cutler also were chosen.

Washington College senior Jamie Carver (South Carroll) was an honorable-mention choice.


Senior outfielder Gary Carter was among conference leaders in four offensive categories to earn him second-team status. In conference play, Carter scored 19 runs (seventh), drove in 21 runs (ninth) with three homers (sixth) and two triples (tied for fourth).

Junior shortstop Jerry Resh and sophomore first baseman Brian Van Deusen were honorable mention.

Women's tennis

Sophomore Amie Chilcoat was a second-team choice in singles and also earned second-team honors in doubles with sophomore Karen Fulton.

Fulton and sophomore Carrie Frith were honorable-mention picks singles as well.


Freshman Brian Barry was disqualified from the NCAA Division III championships in the opening round Tuesday at King's Grant Country Club in Fayetteville, N.C. Barry was the individual medalist in the Centennial Conference Championships earlier this season and received an at-large bid out of District 3. He was disqualified for an unspecified rules infraction.

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