Stevens has eyes for Shepherd records

With one year remaining, Kelvin Stevens (Hammond) is on pace to challenge every pass receiving record on Shepherd's books.

After a junior season of 56 catches for 838 yards and "TC school-record-tying nine touchdowns, Stevens is third in scoring catches (13), tied for sixth in receptions (74) and ninth in yards (1,125).


* Freshman Greg Kyler (Poly) finished the regular season as Tennessee's No. 4 receiver with 21 catches for 287 yards and a touchdown. Another freshman, Ron Green (Severna Park), had 36 tackles while sharing time at defensive tackle. . . . Lehigh defensive end David Sunderland (Mount St. Joseph) was named to the All-Patriot League second team.



Jason Lockerman (Bel Air) was named to the All-Dixie Conference second team after leading North Carolina Wesleyan with 22 points on eight goals and six assists. . . . James Madison sophomore midfielder Aimee Vaughan (Dulaney) was named to the Division I Mid-Atlantic Region third team. . . . Sophomore Christina Williamson (Mercy), who plays soccer and basketball for Susquehanna, qualified for the Middle Atlantic Conference's fall all-academic team (3.2 grade-point average or better).


New Hampshire College freshman guard Orlando Ranson (St. Frances) leads the New England Collegiate Conference in scoring (23.6) and is among the leaders in four other categories. After pacing the team to three straight victories, he was selected as ECAC Division II Rookie of the Week.

"I've had a lot of great players in my 11 years at New Hampshire, but I've never seen a freshman make such an immediate impact," coach Stan Spirou said.

* Sophomore twins John and Chad Bowman (C. Milton Wright) are off to a fast start for Messiah. John leads the Falcons in scoring (17.5), and Chad averages 4.8. . . . Returning from knee surgery that sidelined him most of last season, redshirt freshman forward Terrance Payne (Lake Clifton) scored 12 points in Xavier's win over Long Island and is averaging 4.0 points and 3.7 rebounds. . . . Freshman Konata Springer (Towson Catholic) made brief appearances in Manhattan's first two games as a reserve center.

* Rodney Black (Carver, Newbury JC) dropped out of Robert Morris for what a school official called "personal reasons." . . . Freshman Danielle Davis (Western) had 10 points in Seton Hall's win over Northeastern in the Pals/Mayfair Farms Invitational championship game. . . . At Shippensburg, Rich Rhinehart (Towson Catholic) is the men's No. 2 scorer (17.3) and rebounder (9.4) and reserve center Debbie Dawson (Old Mill) is No. 4 in points (9.0) and rebounds (5.6) for the women.

* In a loss to Richmond, Pennsylvania's Erica McCauley (Mount Hebron) scored 16 points, including a three-pointer that sent the game into overtime. . . . Newbury JC guard Shannond Fair (Carver) was MVP of the Newbury Tipoff Classic after scoring 18 points in the finale.



Captain Judie Marcus (Westminster) finished as Ursinus' No. 2 field hockey scorer with 10 points, including the goal in the 1-0 win at Temple. . . . Co-captain Randal Ethridge (Gilman) is 1-3 in squash for Cornell, gaining his victory against Tufts. . . . In Lehigh's swimming victories in the Kutztown Invitational, freshman Chris Scheier (Severna Park) won the men's 200 butterfly and senior Joanne Sonberg (John Carroll) took the women's 400 individual medley. . . . In James Madison swimming, Amanda Kuehl (McDonogh) swept the 1- and 3-meter diving in a win over American and Missy Zipf (Wilde Lake) won the 100 breaststroke, as the Dukes finished fourth in the six-team Tiger Invitational.