UD grad Stover has 1st 300-yard pass­ing game for Tow­son

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Tow­son Uni­ver­sity red­shirt fresh­man quar­ter­back Ryan Stover (Ore­land/up­per Dublin) had his first 300-yard pass­ing game last Satur­day in the Tigers’ 33-30 dou­ble over­time loss at Elon last Satur­day.

Stover went 22-of-42 for 303 yards, two tou­chowns and one in­ter­cep­tion, ran 12 times for 27 yards and also caught a 6-yard touch­down pass in the fourth quar­ter as the Tigers ral­lied from a 27-10 deficit in the fourth to force OT.

• Quar­ter­back Kyle Mc­closkey (Fort Wash­ing­ton/ger­man­town Academy) made his sec­ond ca­reer col­lege start for Vil­lanova in the Wild­cats’ 22-0 loss to Rich­mond last Satur­day. Mc­closkey, a fresh­man, was 6-of-17 pass­ing for 90 yards.

• Kather­ine Hen­nessey (Warmin­ster/arch­bishop Wood) was named to the All-at­lantic 10 Cham­pi­onship team as the La Salle women’s soc­cer team won its third A-10 ti­tle with a 1-0 dou­ble over­time vic­tory over VCU in the tour­na­ment fi­nal Sun­day.

Hen­nessey scored her first goal of the sea­son in the Ex­plor­ers’ 2-1 OT win over Duquesne in the semi­fi­nals last Fri­day — ty­ing the game with 1:08 left in reg­u­la­tion.

Along with Hen­nessey, La Salle — which earned its fifth NCAA tour­na­ment ap­pear­ance — also in­cludes local alums Ju­lia Rufe (Sellersville/pen­nridge), Ash­ley Pyne (Chal­font/mount St. Joseph) and Tay­lor Ne­whart (Roy­ers­ford/spring-ford).

• Van­der­bilt women’s soc­cer’s Madi­son El­well (Ambler/wissahickon) col­lected an as­sist as the Com­modores fell to Arkansas 1-1 (4-2 on penal­ties) in the SEC semi­fi­nals last Thurs­day.

El­well has two as­sists this sea­son for Van­der­bilt, which vis­its Ohio State in the first round of the NCAA Di­vi­sion I Tour­na­ment Fri­day.

• Cabrini men’s soc­cer goal­keeper Mike Gould (Hunt­ing­don Val­ley/lower More­land) made three saves as the Cava­liers shut out Key­stone Col­lege 1-0 in the Colo­nial States Ath­letic Con­fer­ence (CSAC) cham­pi­onship last Satur­day for Cabrini’s 10th con­fer­ence ti­tle and the sec­ond in the past three sea­sons.

Gould was also se­lected to the ALL-CSAC sec­ond team.

Gwynedd Mercy’s Tim Dai­ley (Jenk­in­town/abing­ton) and Key­stone’s Steven Heintz, Jr. (Ard­s­ley/abing­ton) were named to the con­fer­ence men’s soc­cer’s All­sports­man­ship team.

• Kutz­town Uni­ver­sity’s Alyssa Ryan (North Wales/wissahickon) was named to the All-pennsylvania State Ath­letic Con­fer­ence (PSAC) women’s soc­cer sec­ond team at mid­field while Blooms­burg Uni­ver­sity’s Rachel Ven­ney


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