La Salle's Nick Crits, a Wissahickon graduate, was named the Atlantic Ten men's track and field performer of the week, the league announced Monday. Crits placed first in the 3,000 meters at the Jack Pyrah Invitational on Saturday.

Matt Curtis (West Deptford) of Rutgers-Camden earned the NJAC men's indoor track honors with firsts in the 400 and the 4x800 relay at the Ursinus College Bow-Tie Classic.

Rowan's Jewel Brown (Clayton) was the NJAC women's track rookie of the week.

Women's basketball. Shippensburg's Stephanie Knauer (North Penn) recorded two double-doubles in a pair of wins to earn honors as PSAC East freshman of the week.

Men's basketball. Lock Haven's Wali Hepburn (Neumann-Goretti) is the PSAC West player of the week.

Temple's Khalif Wyatt (Norristown) was named the Big Five player of the week.

Volleyball. Kristen Overton (Spring-Ford) signed a national letter of intent to play for Temple.

Football. Bucknell freshman Brian Regan (Cherry Hill East) won the Stuart M. Smith Award, presented to the outstanding Bison newcomer. Lee Marvel, a Newtown resident, earned the George L. McGaughey Memorial Award given to the outstanding player in the Lafayette game.

Men's lacrosse. Cabrini is ranked sixth in the nation, according to InsideLacrosse.com. The Cavaliers return 35 players, including USILA all-American Bobby Thorp (Cherokee).