Penn's McCauley returns to form

COLLEGE POSTCARDS

January 30, 1995|By Doug Brown | Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer

Penn's Erica McCauley (Mount Hebron) presents no evidence that she began the basketball season with a broken right hand.

Since returning to the lineup, the sophomore guard has tied or set career marks for points (12), field goals (four), three-pointers (three) and assists (six). In eight games, she is averaging 8.6 points and 3.0 assists.

* Freshman forward Nyota Mitchell (Randallstown) was named Northeast Conference Newcomer of the Week after scoring 22 points, including a career-high 16 against Long Island, in two Fairleigh Dickinson wins. She is the team's No. 3 scorer (10.4).

* The Bowman brothers (C. Milton Wright) are pacing Messiah. John leads the team in scoring with an 11.3 average, while Chad (4.6 points) leads in assists with 36.

* Shippensburg's Debbie Dawson (Old Mill) came off the bench to contribute 11 points and eight rebounds in a victory over Lock Haven. . . . Senior center Andrea Macey (Broadneck) is Marist's No. 4 scorer (7.5) and is second in rebounding (5.1). . . . Senior Matt Seward (Loyola) is averaging 10.9 points for Mary Washington and leads the team in free-throw (86.2) and hTC three-point (38.9) percentage. . . . Freshman guard Kacy Williams (Hammond) led Georgetown in assists (seven) in a loss to St. John's and in rebounds (nine) in a victory over Boston College. . . . Senior Todd Kerr (Park) contributed 26 points, nine rebounds and five steals to Hampden-Sydney's third overtime road victory in 10 days, 106-98 over Emory & Henry.

Wrestling

Messiah's sophomore 118-pounder, Jeremy Myers (North Carroll), raised his record to 24-3,including eight pins, by going 2-1 in meets against Delaware Valley, Lycoming and Juniata.

Soccer

Junior reserve forward Hugh Knapp (Joppatowne) contributed two goals and two assists to Westminster's best season in 16 years. The Titans were 8-7-1, featuring school records in shutouts (seven), goals (43) and fewest allowed (28).

Swimming

Senior Kerri Colditz (Mount de Sales) turned in a career-best time of 10 minutes, 39.94 seconds in the 1,000-yard freestyle in Syracuse's win over Toledo.

Baseball

James Madison may redshirt freshman pitcher Jason White (Chesapeake) this season. Sophomore outfielder Chad Hartman (Annapolis) was redshirted last year.

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