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