PSU-Berks freshman from Fleetwood naemd NEAC Player of the Week
The freshman, who was making his college debut for the Penn State-Berks men’s tennis is team, was named North Eastern Athletic Conference Player of the Week after posted a 4-0 record in victories over Albright (8-1) on Sept. 26 in Reading and Immaculata (9-0) on Sept. 30 in Immaculata. He took No. 6 singles (6-2, 6-1) and No. 3 doubles (81) against Albright and No. 4 singles (6-2, 6-3) and No. 2 doubles (8-0) against Immaculata. Sophomore Federico Ochoa of Argentina was his doubles partner in both matches.
The junior attack has four goals and seven assists for 15 points for the 8-3 Gwynedd Mercy field hockey team. She’s been on a roll of late, getting a two assists in a 4-1 victory over Washington College on Sept. 27, two goals to help the Griffins kick off play in the Colonial States Athletic Conference with a 10-0 victory over Notre Dame (Md.) on Sept. 30 and an assist in a 3-2 loss to Stockton on Oct. 4. Carroll has played in 48 games with 31 starts and has 12 goals and 17 assists for 41 points.
The junior has scored two goals and picked up an assist – and she did it all in one game in a 5-0 victory over Penn State-Schuylkill on Sept. 26 in Doylestown. Boyer has started all 11 games for the Aggies who are 2-8-1 overall and 0-1-0 in MAC Freedom play after a 3-1 loss to Goucher Oct. 4 in Doylestown. The 5-foot-8 forward started all 17 games for DelVal last season and tied for the team lead with three goals and was second in scoring with six points.
The 5-foot-11, 255-pound senior is in his second season starting at center for the Wesley football team. He started all 12 games as a junior and four thus far this season after playing in 13 games as a reserve as a sophomore. The Wolverines are 3-1. They opened with a 24-19 loss to Delaware Valley on Aug. 31 but have outscored their next three foes 148-0. Wesley is averaging 41.8 points a game and 425.8 yards per game with 227.0 yards on the ground.
After just one start earlier in the season, freshman Ashley Bonetz has moved up to the first team and has started the last four games for the Kent State field hockey team.
Bonetz, from Douglassville (Daniel Boone), is seeing plenty of time at midfield for the Golden Flashes who are 4-9 overall and 1-1 in Mid-American Conference play.
Kent had a big effort against No. 4-ranked Penn State on Oct. 1 in Kent, Ohio. The Nittany Lions held a tight 3-2 lead at the half before winning 5-3. Bonetz played all 70 minutes in the game. She also started in a 3-2 loss to Richmond on Sept. 23, a 2-0 triumph over St. Louis in Sept. 24 and a 1-0 MAC loss to Miami on Sept. 29.