Mount St. Mary's senior attackman Andrew Scalley (Archbishop Spalding) was named Northeast Conference Player of the Week for the second consecutive time Monday. Scalley had a career-high nine points (three goals and six assists) in the Mount's 15-12 win over visiting Delaware on Saturday.
In America East, UMBC senior goalkeeper Adam Cohen (Severn) was chosen as the Player of the Week. Over the final three quarters of an 11-7 victory over Rutgers at UMBC Stadium on Saturday, he made 12 of his 13 saves and allowed only five goals. The 13 stops were one shy of his career high.
In Division III, Washington College junior goalie Ted DiSalvo was named Centennial Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Week after making 14 saves in a 16-8 season-opening win at Goucher on Saturday. The game was DiSalvo's first college start in goal.
Loyola's Lesher lauded
Loyola freshman defender Maddy Lesher was chosen as the Big East women's Defensive Player of the Week. Lesher helped the Greyhounds secure their first win of the season Saturday, 13-11 over then-No. 10 Penn State at Ridley Athletic Complex.
The rookie held Mackenzie Cyr, the Nittany Lions' top scorer, without a goal in the contest.
Other women's honors
UMBC senior midfielder Lindsay Cox earned America East Player of the Week honors, while senior netminder Kendall Mason was named Defensive Player of the Week. ... Navy sophomore goalie Annie Foky was named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week. ... McDaniel sophomore Danielle Entrot (Centennial) was selected as the Centennial Conference Offensive Player of the Week. Entrot led the Green Terror to a 15-14 overtime victory over Elizabethtown in the season opener Saturday, scoring five goals on eight shots and adding an assist. ... Washington College junior goalie Stephanie Seibert was honored the Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week. Seibert made 11 saves a 14-7 season-opening win over St. Joseph's of Long Island.
Locals help lead Wings
Kevin Buchanan (Calvert Hall) had a goal and five assists, Drew Westervelt (John Carroll, UMBC) had a team-high four goals and finished with five points, and Paul Rabil (Johns Hopkins) scored a hat trick and added an assist as the host Philadelphia Wings (4-3) earned a weekend sweep with a 14-12 home win over the Colorado Mammoth (2-5) before an announced 8,606 at Wells Fargo Center on Sunday afternoon.
Mammoth captain Gavin Prout (Loyola College) paced Colorado with seven points (one goal, six assists), while John Grant Jr., who also plays for the Chesapeake Bayhawks of Major League Lacrosse, recorded three goals and two assists in the losing effort. Kyle Hartzell (Salisbury) added two assists for the Wings. A 7-1 run spanning the first and second quarters proved to be the difference for the Wings, who took a 9-7 lead into the half after trailing 5-2 late in the first.
On Saturday night, Westervelt and Buchanan had two goals and two assists each as the Wings rallied from a 4-0 hole to defeat the host Rochester Knighthawks, 10-8, before an announced 6,674 at Blue Cross Arena.
After the Knighthawks (3-5) took a 4-0 lead into the second quarter, the Wings scored the next four goals to tie the game, though Rochester got the next two to take a 6-4 lead into the half. Philadelphia answered with another four-goal run, starting with an unassisted tally from Hartzell and ending with two goals from Buchanan. Jeff Reynolds (Chesapeake Bayhawks, Maryland, Calvert Hall) won nine of the 14 draws he took for the Wings, who also got an assist from Rabil. Buchanan went 4-for-4 on draws.
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