PSU-Berks fresh­man from Fleet­wood naemd NEAC Player of the Week

Northern Berks Patriot Item - - SPORTS - By Bill Arse­nault For Dig­i­tal First Me­dia

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.

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