Junior Brandon Steinheim (Chesapeake) was the key to the ground game as Wesley College marched unbeaten through its first five games.
Steinheim went over the 100-yard mark in all five games, tying a school record. Against William Paterson, he gained 115 yards on 14 attempts and had touchdown runs of 50 and 6 yards. Entering today's game against Curry, he is 71 shy of 1,000 career yards.
Linebacker Nate Casella (Wilde Lake) combined with three other Wesley defenders for 14 sacks and 19 tackles for losses.
* James Madison senior wide receiver Juan Dorsey (Glenelg) has 20 catches for 293 yards and one touchdown.
Other Baltimore area players on the squad include Steve Logan (Poly), a junior defensive end with 25 tackles, four for losses; Chris Gill (C. Milton Wright), a sophomore linebacker with nine tackles and a blocked punt; sophomore offensive tackle Shawn Harper (St. Mary's); sophomore free safety Jeff Judy (C. Milton Wright); and freshman offensive tackle Mike Sprouse (C. Milton Wright).
* Lehigh junior defensive end David Sunderland (Mount St. Joseph) had eight tackles in the 30-23 win over Bucknell to raise his season's total to 37.
After missing two meets, sophomore Tara Jones (Catonsville) was named Dickinson's Runner of the Week when she trimmed her best time by more than a minute to 24:52 in the 5,000-meter run in the Dickinson Invitational.
In the same meet, another sophomore, Dave Krantz (Howard), was Dickinson's second finisher and 72nd in the field of 251 with a 28:32 clocking in the 8,000.
York College sophomore Jen Myers (Liberty) finished 91st at Dickinson.
Junior Samantha Andersch (Hammond), a key James Madison midfielder who has started since she was a freshman, broke her leg and will miss the rest of the season.
Sophomore Aimee Vaughan (Dulaney), a starting midfielder who was the Colonial Athletic Association's Co-Rookie of the Year last season, has three goals and four assists in 12 games.
Sophomore forward Kevin Morgan (Fallston) leads York in scoring with 13 points on six goals and an assist.
Whitney Brueckner (Maryvale Prep) was third in Intermediate Flat for Lynchburg at a William and Mary event. The team was eighth in a field of 14 with 24 points.