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College Notebook: Harman wraps up successful freshman year

Cody Harman's first season with the Frederick Community College baseball squad included both team and personal success for the freshman catcher.
Harman, a Westminster graduate, earned second-team All-Region XX honors for being a significant part of the Cougars' 39-16 campaign that ended in the regional Final Four.
Harman appeared in 34 games, batting .370 with six doubles, 20 runs, 20 RBIs and an .873 on-base plus slugging percentage.
Harman was a three-time all-countian with two first-team nods while at Westminster. He was named the 2011 Times Player of the Year.
SAILING THE SHIP: Junior Liz French (Century) and senior Sarah Chrencik (Westminster) were two of four members of the Shippensburg University women's lacrosse team to be named All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference this season.
French earned her third consecutive All-PSAC first-team honor while Chrencik was a third-team pick.
French is just the third player in school history to earn three straight All-PSAC first-team nods since the league switched to multiple all-conference teams in 1998. She is also the first three-time All-PSAC defender for the Raiders since 2007-09.
French led the team with 41 draw controls and was credited with 13 caused turnovers this season. She also ranked second on the team with 41 ground balls and added three goals.
Chrencik earned all-conference honors for the first time in her career. The defender picked up 36 ground balls, which ranked third on the team, to go with 16 caused turnovers. Chrencik finished her career having started all 50 of SU's games over the last three seasons.
STAR SPANGLER: Sophomore Ryan Spangler (Winters Mill) of the Shippensburg men's track team was named to the Capital One Academic All-District Division II Track & Field/Cross Country Team recently. He is the only sophomore among this year's 10 All-District honorees.
Spangler is a biology major with a 3.79 cumulative grade-point average. In competition, Spangler was a national qualifier in the 1,500 meters. He ran in the finals at the 2013 NCAA Outdoor Championships after placing 11th in the preliminaries. Spangler also earned USTFCCCA All-Region honors for the 1,500 meters.
During the indoor season, Spangler was a 2012-13 PSAC Winter Top 10 Award Winner and USTFCCCA All-Academic honoree after contributing to a PSAC indoor champion with the distance medley relay and individually placing in both the mile (second) and 3,000 (seventh).
During the cross country season, Spangler served as SU's No. 2 cross country runner at the 2012 NCAA Division II Atlantic Region Championships.
MASTERFUL MELVILLE: Amber Melville (North Carroll) recently completed a strong sophomore season with the University of Maryland women's outdoor track team.
Melville won the ACC championship and qualified for the NCAA East Regionals in the high jump, placing 15th in the event at the regional meet with a leap of 5 feet, 9¾ inches.
During the indoor season, Melville won the high jump four times, including at the ACC championships.

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