Penn wrestler Eveleth earns honors with tourney showing


January 07, 1996|By Doug Brown | Doug Brown,SUN STAFF

Wrestling co-captain Brian Eveleth (Chesapeake) is Penn's Co-Athlete of the Week after a third-place finish in the Midlands ,, Tournament.

The senior raised his record to 15-1 at 126 pounds after advancing to the quarterfinals of the championship bracket before losing and then winning four straight bouts in the wrestlebacks, capped by a 3-1 decision over Penn State's Eddie Jayne.

* Kevin Neville (Mount St. Joseph) is 7-5 at 177 for Roger Williams and is ranked No. 2 in Division III's New England region. Of his five losses, two were to Division II All-Americans and two others were to Division I wrestlers.

* Sophomore Allen West (Gilman) is 1-3 at 118 for Washington and Lee.


It didn't take Mike Richardson (Carver) long to emerge as Hartford's scoring leader. Richardson, who averaged 21.4 points last season in leading Newbury to third place in the National Junior College Athletic Association's Division III tournament, missed the first three games with a sprained ankle, but has averaged a team-high 13.3 since for the 1-8 Hawks.

* Freshman Kimberly Smith (Western) came off the bench to score 15 points, including three of four three-point shots, in Georgetown's 92-82 win over West Virgin

ia. Smith is the team's No. 5 scorer (8.5), Kacy Williams (Hammond) is No. 6 (5.4) and Melba Williams (St. Frances) is No. 8 (3.1).

Dickinson report

Dickinson finished second in the Centennial Conference in field hockey with a 9-9 record thanks in part to senior forward Kim Maiste (St. Mary's), the team's No. 2 scorer with three goals and six assists for 12 points; senior midfielder Julie Martin (Garrison Forest), No. 3 with nine points, and freshman forward Meghan Kwasniak (John Carroll), three points.

Dickinson freshman offensive lineman Joe McCann (Calvert Hall) played in eight games as a backup tackle as the Red Devils went 7-2-1.

* Sophomore Tara Jones (Catonsville) ran on the cross-country team that compiled the best record (99-30-1) in the sport in school history.

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