Midfielder Mo Hawkins made St. Joseph's history, becoming the first Hawks women's soccer player named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America's women's Division I all-Mid-Atlantic first team.
The sophomore, a Cardinal Dougherty product, led the Hawks with 21 points. The Atlantic Ten midfielder of the year tied for the Hawks' lead in goals with nine.
Also on the first team are La Salle's Jess Hopton (West Chester Henderson), Renee Washington, and Kelsey Haycook. La Salle's goalkeeper Melissa Sanger (Kingsway) was named to the second team.
North Carolina's Billy Schuler scored the tying goal with 5 minutes, 13 seconds left in regulation, and the Tar Heels (21-2-2) beat UCLA on penalty kicks in Hoover, Ala., Friday to advance to the NCAA men's soccer final on Sunday against unseeded Charlotte (17-4-3), victors on penalty kicks over Creighton after a scoreless tie.
American goalkeeper Brad Guzan made his first start of in the English Premier League, taking the gloves for visiting Aston Villa in a 2-1 win over host Bolton.
TRACK AND FIELD: Widener earned four victories at the Haverford Holiday Meet.
All-American Michael Garrity (Cardinal O'Hara) won the mile in 4:23.11 and Dennis Conn (Cardinal O'Hara) set a meet record in the 800 meters with a 1:57.63.
Widener took the top three spots in the 200 meters as Gavin Colley, Mike Ciavarelli (Monsignor Bonner), and Mark Burgess (Great Valley) finished one-two-three.
Brittany Diehl (Haverford) was the lone competitor for the women, winning the 400 in 1:02.16 for a new meet record.
The men's 4x400-meter team of Garrity, Conn, Michael Caulkins, and Qadree Counsel (Monsignor Bonner) finished second.
VOLLEYBALL: UCLA, which ousted four-time champion Penn State, advanced to the semifinal round with a 2-1 victory over Texas.
GOLF: PGA champion Keegan Bradley and Brendan Steele shot a 10-under 62 in better-ball play to take a 1-stroke lead over Mark Calcavecchia and Nick Price in the Franklin Templeton Shootout in Naples, Fla.