Sutton doesn't miss a beat for Irish

COLLEGE POSTCARDS

June 03, 1995|By Doug Brown | Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer

No one would have suspected that Notre Dame's Will Sutton (St. Mary's) missed the entire 1994 lacrosse season with a stress fracture.

The senior established school assist records for a midfielder for a season (23) and career (56) and career points (115). Sutton was named to the Great Western Lacrosse League first team.

* Sophomore Dave Daniecki (Loyola) earned the Andrew Lockhart Memorial Award as Penn State's best defensive player and junior defender Andy Leedom (Glenelg) received the Nick Thiel Award as the most improved.

* Junior Julie Martin (Garrison Forest), Dickinson's leading scorer with 59 points, was named to the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Central Region second team.

She is joined on the second team by Franklin & Marshall junior Megan McGowan, third on the team in scoring with 43 points despite missing five games with a wrist injury, and freshman midfielder Kara Silberg (Park), one of the team's draw specialists who finished fifth in scoring with 30 points.

* Junior Tori Lyall (McDonogh) was named to the All-North Coast Athletic Conference first team after helping Denison go 7-0 in league play. Wooster senior Laura Slingluff (St. Paul's School for Girls) also made the first team.

* Brian Kalman (Park) played in all 12 of the Merchant Marine Academy's games as a freshman midfielder, scoring one goal.

Track and field

Freshman Kevin McKinney (Old Mill), who has the Kent (Ohio) team's best times in the 100 meters (10.3 seconds) and 200 (20.9) this season, was third in the 100 in the Mid-American Conference championships.

* For the third straight year, James Madison senior Matt Holthaus (Wilde Lake) was named to the University Division Academic All-District III at-large team. The team includes athletes with at least a 3.20 grade-point average and who are starters or key reserves in any sport other than baseball, basketball or football. Holthaus is competing this weekend in the NCAA championships in Knoxville, Tenn.

Oberlin trio

Sophomore second baseman Will Marbury (Gilman) was the second-leading batter (.284) and the leader in RBIs (16) on the Oberlin baseball team that finished the season 1-24.

* Freshman Amy Kremen (Friends) scored 22 points this season to help the women's lacrosse team (12-3) capture the North Coast Athletic Conference championship.

* Senior James Schummers (Friends) was third with 47 points on the men's lacrosse team that finished with an 8-6 record.

Miscellaneous

Senior Michael D'Andrea (Glenelg), a transfer from Washington College, helped solidify the Rider bullpen in his two seasons, appearing in 21 games and compiling a 2-1 record.

* Sophomore softball pitcher Christa Engleman (Institute of Notre Dame) had a 3-2 record and 16 strikeouts in 33 innings over 10 games for St. Joseph's.

* Freshman Colleen Bess (Kenwood), serving mostly as a utility player and pinch-hitter, was Susquehanna's third leading hitter (.324).

* Signed by West Virginia Wesleyan -- Adam Karl Martiny (Atholton), a 270-pound lineman and three-time state scholar-athlete.

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