Dietrich off to fast start at Bucknell Calvert Hall graduate is cross country standout


November 04, 1995|By Doug Brown | Doug Brown,SUN STAFF

Jonathan Dietrich (Calvert Hall) has made an immediate impact as a freshman on Bucknell's cross country team.

Dietrich was the team's top finisher at the Maryland Invitational, finishing fourth overall to lead the Bison over Maryland, George Mason and George Washington.

He was among Bucknell's top three finishers in three of the school's first four meets and was the fifth when the team was runner-up to Army in the Patriot League championships last weekend.

* Junior Ben Lyng (Towson) was third among American's nine finishers and 50th in a field of 74 in the Colonial Athletic Association championships.

* Lynchburg freshman Renee Leach (Mount de Sales) ranks 12th in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference with her 5-kilometer time of 21:07.


Rider's Mike Jenson (Randallstown) is ranked No. 16 at 177 pounds by USA Wrestling. He's a two-time runner-up at 177 in the East Coast Wrestling Association, but is moving up to 190 this year. "Mike is quicker than most 190s, and he's gotten bigger," said coach Gary Taylor.

Field hockey

Sophomore midfielder Kara Silberg (Park), who had one goal and one assist, was one of only two Franklin and Marshall players saluted as a Centennial Conference all-star, being named honorable mention.

* Sophomore midfielder Peggy Boutilier (Roland Park) was one of three Virginia players named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference first team. She has four goals and an assist entering today's ACC tournament semifinal against Maryland in College Park.


Junior defensive end Steve Logan (Poly) and senior wide receiver Juan Dorsey (Glenelg) are big factors for James Madison.

Logan has 36 tackles (20 solo), a sack, a fumble recovery and a blocked kick. He is No. 2 on the team with four passes broken up. Dorsey is second with 39 catches and 526 yards and third with three touchdown receptions.

* Junior defensive end David Sunderland (Mount St. Joseph) had six tackles in Lehigh's loss to Massachusetts to raise his season total to 54, including 22 solo.


Sophomore Aimee Vaughan (Dulaney) was one of three James Madison players named to the All-Colonial Athletic Conference first team. In 19 games, including 18 starts, she had five goals and seven assists for 17 points, sixth on the team, and two game-winning goals. In two years, she has five game-winners. . . . Teammate Samantha Andersch (Hammond) had two goals, one a game-winner, and four assists.

* Sophomore Bryan Morrison (Calvert Hall), who anchored Marymount's defense, was named to the All-Capital Athletic Conference second team.

* Junior goalie Jennifer Bures (St. Mary's) had 133 saves and allowed 2.00 goals a game as Lynchburg completed its season with a 6-12-1 record.

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