Junior running back Terrance West (Northwestern) earned Colonial Athletic Association Offensive Player of the Week honors and senior linebacker Telvion Clark was named CAA Defensive Player of the Week on Monday after Towson's 44-28 win over New Hampshire on Saturday. West ran for a season-high 238 yards and three touchdowns; Clark had 11 tackles — six solo — and recorded a sack. The award is West's 10th weekly award, the most in CAA history. For the third consecutive week, Towson remains No. 3 in the Football Championship Subdivision rankings, according to the Sports Network.
More honors: Wide receiver Michael Campanaro (River Hill) was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Receiver of the Week after catching 12 passes for 153 yards and two touchdowns in Wake Forest's 28-13 win over North Carolina State on Saturday. … Navy sophomore quarterback Keenan Reynolds earned Football Bowl Subdivision Independent Offensive Player of the Week honors after rushing 28 times for 126 yards and three touchdowns in a 28-10 victory over Air Force on Saturday. He also went 6-for-10 for 54 yards passing. … Johns Hopkins senior quarterback Robbie Matey was named Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week after throwing for 408 yards and six touchdowns in the Blue Jays' 65-10 win over Juniata on Saturday.
Quaranta named America East Soccer Player of Week
UMBC sophomore Alexa Quaranta (Perry Hall) was named America East Soccer Player of the Week on Monday. Quaranta scored the Retrievers' game-winning goals in a double-overtime 1-0 win over Binghamton on Thursday and a 3-1 win against Albany on Sunday.
More women's soccer: McDaniel freshman Nicole Hill earned Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors for the second straight week after scoring twice in the Green Terror's 3-2 win over Juniata on Saturday. She is tied for the team lead in goals with eight and leads the team in points with 19. ... Salisbury sophomore forward Logan O'Meara was named the Capital Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week.
Volleyball: Maryland freshman middle hitter Ashlyn MacGregor was chosen as the Atlantic Coast Conference Freshman of the Week. MacGregor had a career-high 12 kills against Virginia Tech and added five blocks, and had eight kills and six blocks against Virginia.
Men's soccer: Salisbury junior Kyle Westbrook was selected as the CAC Defensive Player of the Week. … Hood senior Eric Diehl was named Commonwealth Conference Player of the Week. Diehl scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 overtime win against Arcadia and had one goal and one assist in a 5-2 win over Marymount.
Men's basketball: Towson senior forward Jerrelle Benimon was named to the Lou Henson Preseason All-America Team. The Lou Henson Award is presented annually to the top mid-major player in Division I. Benimon was also named to the Preseason All-High Majors first team by College Sports Madness.
Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin has been named the NHL's "First Star" for the week. Ovechkin led the NHL in goals (4), points (6), power-play goals (3), power-play points (5) and shots on goal (24) in the first three games of the season.
Redskins: NFL officials have scheduled a meeting with representatives of a Native American group that has raised objections to the Washington Redskins' name. According to a person with knowledge of the situation, the meeting with representatives of the Oneida Indian Nation is scheduled for Nov. 22 at the NFL's offices in New York but could take place sooner.
—The Washington Post
WNBA: Baltimore native Angel McCoughtry (St. Frances) led the Atlanta Dream in scoring with 17 points but shot poorly in an 84-59 loss to the host Minnesota Lynx in Game 1 of the WNBA Finals on Sunday night. McCoughtry made only six of 24 field goal attempts but 5-of-5 free throw attempts. She had four personal fouls and the Dream failed to make any of its 15 3-pointers. The Lynx will host Game 2 of the best-of-five series tonight.
Golf: Mark Cusic of California, Md., in his third USGA championship of the year, survived a 12-for-8 playoff at 148 to reach match play, then opened with a 3-and-2 victory over Todd White, Spartanburg, S.C, in the 33rd U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship in Birmingham, Ala. Keith Unikel of Potomac scored 144 and was the only other Maryland player to advance. . Among those failing to qualify was Tucker Sampson, a Caves Valley GC member from Chevy Chase, who missed by one at 149. ... In the U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur at Biltmore Forest in Asheville, N.C., Andrea Kraus of Pikesville qualified for match play with a score of 160. ... Reigning Maryland Public Schools champion Bennett Buch (Marriotts Ridge) finished in sixth place at the 107th Middle Atlantic Amateur Championship at par-288.
—From Sun staff and news services