Lin­coln’s Greene nabs league honors

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Lin­coln Univer­sity’s Ta­mara Greene was named to the first-team East­ern Con­fer­ence Ath­letic Con­fer­ence Di­vi­sion II Women’s Soc­cer All-Star Team.

Lin­coln Univer­sity’s Ta­mara Greene was named to the first-team East­ern Con­fer­ence Ath­letic Con­fer­ence Di­vi­sion II Women’s Soc­cer All-Star Team.

A se­nior mid­fielder, Greene is just the third soc­cer player in the his­tory of the pro­gram and the first since 2012 to earn ECAC All-Star recog­ni­tion, join­ing Tara O’Brien and Ha­ley Hen­dricks who were both named in 2012). Ear­lier this month, she was named to the Di­vi­sion II con­fer­ence com­mis­sion­ers As­so­ci­a­tion (D2CCA) All-At­lantic Re­gion Team as a sec­ond-team hon­oree.

Greene led the Lady Li­ons in nearly ev­ery of­fen­sive cat­e­gory in 2016, scor­ing ten goals and as­sist­ing on seven oth­ers. She fin­ished the year with 27 to­tal points. Her point and goal are the sixth high­est sin­gle sea­son marks in pro­gram his­tory.

The Pis­cat­away, New Jer­sey na­tive av­er­aged 1.93 points per game, tops amongst At­lantic Re­gion women’s soc­cer play­ers and the 13th high­est to­tal in the na­tion. Greene also ranked amongst the top five play­ers in the re­gion in five other cat­e­gories: as­sists per game (tied-first, 0.5); goals/gm. (third, .71); to­tal as­sists (third); to­tal points (fourth) and to­tal goals scored (fifth).

Greene con­cluded her 2016 cam­paign with five goals in her fi­nal two games and scored at least one goal in five of her fi­nal six games. She earned ECAC Player of the Week honors for her seven-point ef­fort vs. Trin­ity Col­lege on Oct. 26. Greene recorded a nat­u­ral hat-trick, be­com­ing just the fifth player in pro­gram his­tory to record a hat-trick and the third to record a nat­u­ral hat­trick (first since O’Brien in 2012).

A four-year starter for the Lady Li­ons, Greene con­cluded her ca­reer as Lin­coln’s all-time leader in games played (56) and started (52). She fin­ished her ca­reer with 17 goals and 42 points (both fifth high­est in pro­gram his­tory), along with eight ca­reer as­sists (fourth best all-time).

High School Boys Bas­ket­ball

HILL SCHOOL 69, PHELPS 55, OT » Tim Perry had 14 points as the Li­ons (0-3) were held score­less in over­time in the non­league de­feat. Phelps: Perry 14, Pala­cios 7, Selchik 8, Mor­ton 5, Logi­nov 8, Small 4, Smith 3, Jami­son 6. To­tals: 22 6-16 55. Hill School: Sum­merville 9, So­bel­man 2, Ses­sions 25, Hardy 24, Cham­pion 2,

Gorell 7. To­tals: 25 16-18 69. Wrestling

HILL SCHOOL 48, WEST­TOWN 36» Max Starr started the match with a pin at 160 pounds as the Moose fell in their non­league opener. Billy Roberts added a pin at 138. 160: Starr (W) poinned Wy­att Hare, 1:45 (6-0) 170: Kramer (W) won by for­feit (12-0) 182: Cal­houn (H) pinned Carr, 5:01 (12-6) 195: Rhile (W) won by for­feit (18-6) 220: Davis-Car­ruth (H) won by for­feit (18-12) 285: Will Hare (H) pinned Butler-Roberts (18-18) 106: Crum­rine (H) won by for­feit (18-24) 113: C. Kennedy (H) won by for­feit (18-30) 120: Stevens (H) pinned List, 2:49 (18-36) 126: Gadrda (W) pinned T. Kennedy, 5:56 (24-36) 132: Test­faye (H) pinned El­dredge, 5:39 (24-42) 138: Roberts (W) pinned Bauer, 1:20 (30-42) 145: Go­rant (H) won by for­feit (30-48) 152: Dear (W) won by for­feit (36-48)

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