ON CAMPUS A look at the area college sports scene

Monday, September 19, 2011

Slowley among weekly honorees

SCSU: Senior wide reciever Andre Privott from Middletown, caught a career high 10 passes, while accumulating 155 recieving yard in the win vs the Hawks. In addition, senior running back Rashaad Slowley scored a school record six touchdowns while collecting 205 yards rushing on 35 carries.
Brian Nill of the men’s cross country team was selected to the Northeast-10 Weekly Honor Roll. Nill claimed his second top five finish in as many events with a second place overall spot at the Division II Cross Country Challenge in Kutztown, P.A. on Saturday.
Quinnipiac: Kimberly Cunniff has been named the Northeast Conference Field Hockey Player of the week as announced by the league office. Cunniff totaled nine points on four goals and an assist in wins against Lehigh and Harvard, factoring into five of Quinnipiac’s seven goals for the week. She currently leads the NEC in goals scored (6) and goals per game (1.80) while also ranking second in total points (13) and fifth in points per game (2.1700)
New Haven: The Chargers who nearly upset Division I Football Championship Subdivision opponent the College of William & Mary, dropped two spots in the week three American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Coaches’ Top 25 Poll. The Chargers, with a 2-1 record, slipped to a tie for No. 25 with 68 points.
Yale: Senior Brad Rose got the Yale men’s soccer team off to a fast start Sunday against Marist, scoring twice in a six-minute stretch midway through the first half. He later added two assists as the Bulldogs cruised to a 7-0 victory over the Red Foxes. Rose was rewarded for that performance by being named the Ivy League Player of the Week on Monday. He shared the honor with Brown’s T.J. Popolizio.
Senior Enma Mullo, who has at least one point in three straight games, has been named the Ivy League Player of the Week. Mullo, a midfielder, assisted on the game-winning goal against Quinnipiac, scored the game-winning goal against Vermont and had the only Yale goal against Boston University.



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