University of the Sciences junior
was named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference pitcher of the year on Tuesday, in voting by the league's head coaches.
The righthander from Millville High School led the CACC in strikeouts (76), complete games (5) and innings pitched (86.2), and tied for the league lead with seven wins. He was named first-team all-CACC for the second time.
St. Joseph's outfielder Ryan Pater, a freshman from Central Bucks East, was named the Big Five player of the week.
St. Joe's righthander Alex Pracher (Cherokee) and Temple lefthander Dan Moller (Parkland) were named co-pitchers of the week in the Big Five.
Felician's D.J. Stinsman (Egg Harbor Township) was named CACC pitcher of the week.
SOFTBALL: Swarthmore's Kate Smayda was named all-Centennial Conference at center field, after finishing with 64 hits, a program one-season record and the second-best season total in conference history.
Brianne Brown resigned as La Salle's head coach after four seasons.
Mallory Lyons (Coatesville) was named to the Patriot League's all-academic team after leading Bucknell in in home runs (3), doubles (5) and RBI (13).
Ursinus outfielder Amy Gentile (Rancocas Valley) was named first-team all-Centennial.
TENNIS: Bucknell's Dumitrita Iepuras (Germantown Friends) was named all-Patriot League first team.
LACROSSE: Cabrini will have teams in both the men's and women's NCAA Division III tournaments on Wednesday.
The men's team will make its 11th consecutive appearance when the Cavaliers (15-2) host Eastern (13-4) at 6:30 p.m. Eastern is making its first tourney appearance.
The Cavaliers women (10-8) will open the D-III tournament at Gettysburg (17-1), which is ranked No. 3 in the coaches' poll.