Holy Family's

Stephanie McNesby

was named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference player of the year in women's lacrosse on Monday, in a vote by the league's head coaches. The junior from Archbishop Ryan scored 48 goals and helped the Tigers (12-4, 11-1) to their first CACC regular-season title.

Wilmington's Jackie Trainer, a graduate of Council Rock and Monmouth University, was voted CACC coach of the year by her peers.

Joining McNesby on the first team are Kaitlyn Hall (Wilmington), Jessica Graybeal (Wilmington), Emily Ray (Philadelphia), Taylor Peltzer (Philadelphia), Liz Case (Wilmington) and Caribeth Shappell (Philadelphia).

MEN'S LACROSSE: Villanova (8-6) dropped from No. 13 to No. 17 in the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association poll. Drexel (7-7), unranked a week ago, debuted at No. 19.

Lehigh moved up to No. 7 from No. 9 and Penn State moved from No. 15 to No. 14.

In Division II, Cabrini (13-2) remained No. 6.

Eastern's Zac Ivy earned Middle Atlantic Conference player of the week honors and teammate A.J. Ryan (Phoenixville) was named defensive player of the week.

TRACK & FIELD: La Salle's Meghan McGlinchey (West Deptford) was named the Atlantic Ten co-performer of the week, along with Richmond's Meaghan McGovern.

McGlinchey was fourth in the 5,000 kilometer run at the Penn Relays in 16 minutes, 20.76 seconds, beating her old personal best by more than seven seconds and beating the second best time in the A-10 by nearly 13 seconds.

BASEBALL: Steve Schuler (Pitman) of St. Joseph's was named the Big Five pitcher of the week. The lefthander appeared in three of the Hawks' four games last week and recorded a pair of wins in relief.

Wilmington's Adam Soley (North Penn) was named the CACC player of the week. The first baseman was 6 for 8 in three games last week, with two doubles, two homers and five RBIs.

SOFTBALL: Eastern's Janelle Fair (Mannheim Central) was named the Freedom Conference pitcher of the year and teammate Maggie McGowan (Villa Maria Academy) was named first team at shortstop for the second straight year.

Fair is tied for the conference lead with 14 wins. McGowan batted .365 with 29 RBIs in 40 games.

Delaware Valley shortstop Jackie Wear (Northwestern Lehigh) was named the Freedom Conference player of the year and outfielder Erin Fox (Cape Henlopen) joined her on the first team.

Wear led the Freedom in batting (.496), hits (57), doubles (18), and stolen bases (22) and was second in home runs (8).