Dickinson junior Julie Martin (Garrison Forest) couldn't have picked more opportune moments for her first two goals of the field hockey season.
The first was the game-winner in a 2-1 victory over Muhlenberg. Two days later, she scored her second, again the game-winner as Dickinson edged Elizabethtown, 2-1, to raise its winning streak to five and its overall record to 6-2.
* In eight games, sophomore goalie Kristin Butler (Annapolis) has 60 saves while allowing 21 goals for 4-4 Colgate.
Middle blocker Amy Strasbaugh (Dundalk) has 17 digs, eight kills and six blocks for 5-2 Jacksonville. A marine biology major, she received the athletic department's Community Service Award for her work with Student-Athletes Care for Kids program.
* American University junior Sherita Hall (High Point) is second in the Colonial Athletic Association in hitting percentage (.317) and block average (1.32).
* Katherine Joy (LaReine) has 46 kills and 85 digs for 9-9 Georgetown. Last year as a sophomore, she totaled 30 kills.
La Salle's Jen Bostak (Old Mill), a junior third baseman, was named a 1995 co-captain. Last spring she batted .324, was voted to the All-Midwestern Collegiate Conference first team and made the dean's list with a 3.48 grade-point average in her mathematics major.
"Jen has exhibited leadership qualities ever since she arrived at La Salle," said coach Ray Perri. "Even though she's only a junior, I'm sure she'll be an inspirational captain."
Freshman cross country runner Dave Krantz (Howard) was Dickinson's second finisher and 14th overall in the Dickinson Open. . . . Ben Lyng (Towson), American's No. 2 runner, finished 68th in the George Mason/Georgetown Invitational to help the Eagles finish 13th. . . . Brad Kroll (Easton) had a goal and an assist as Mary Washington extended its soccer winning streak to seven with shutouts against Longwood and Marymount. . . . In volleyball, Mary Washington sophomore Kirsten Franklin (Glenelg) collected four kills and five digs in a loss to Goucher. . . . Senior Rachel Goldfine (McDonogh) has a 19-7 tennis career record, including a 3-3 this season for Union. . . . In its first season of women's varsity soccer, East Carolina is led by Robyn DePasquale (Mercy, Essex Community College) with three goals and an assist. . . . Sophomore forward Amity Torbit (John Carroll) is Barry University's No. 2 women's soccer scorer with four goals and two assists in six games.