AMCC ANNOUNCES ATHLETES OF THE WEEK FOR SEPTEMBER 4-9

AMCC ANNOUNCES ATHLETES OF THE WEEK FOR SEPTEMBER 4-9

The Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC) has announced its Athletes of the Week selections in the sports of men's and women's soccer, men's and women's cross country, women's volleyball, and women's tennis for the period running from September 4-9.

Women's Volleyball: Pitt-Bradford SO Emily Cleveland once again had a stellar week offensively to help Pitt-Bradford to a 4-1 record on the week. In all, she worked a .353 hitting percentage with 50 kills on 102 total attampts and just 14 errors. She earned 3.85 kills per set, highlighted by a 17-kill, 5.67 per set performance against St. Elizabeth Saturday. Cleveland also tallied six total blocks for 0.46 per set. For her performance in the Miseracordia Tournament, she was named to the All-Tournament Team.

Men's Soccer (Offensive): Medaille M Lachlan Beever was hot last week, scoring five goals in three games for the Mavericks. He started the week with a goal against SUNYAC opponent Brockport, then followed that up with his first career hat trick Friday night against NCAC foe Hiram College. He rounded out the week by scoring against #13 John Carroll, making it a 1-1 game in the second half.  

Men's Soccer (Defensive): PS-Behrend D Ryan Maurer helped lead a Penn State Behrend defense that posted two shutouts over the weekend, including a shutout victory over No. 24 John Carroll on Friday night. Maurer also stepped up and converted a game-winning penalty kick in the 65th minute to lead the Lions over Hiram College 1-0 Sunday.

Women's Soccer (Offensive): Mount Aloysius F Cheyenne Kuncher scored two goals in a 3-0 week for Mount Aloysius, including the game-winner in a victory over St. Vincent on Sunday.

Women's Soccer (Defensive): Mount Aloysius GK Lauren Davey played all 270 minutes in goal for the Mounties in a 3-0 week, allowing just one goal while registering 13 saves. Davey has allowed only two goals in the Mount's first five games as the Mounties are off to their best start in program history at 5-0 overall. 

Men's Cross Country: Franciscan JR Matthew Crotteau finished 16th in a rainy and tough meet on Saturday ... led the Barons ... fastest AMCC runner at the meet.

Women's Cross Country: Hilbert SR Megan Lee was the individual champion at the Bruce Bridgeman Invitational, finishing the 5K in 23:31.

Women's Tennis: Mount Aloysius FR Payton Whysong had an undefeated week for the Mounties. Playing at #3 singles and #2 doubles pairing, Whysong won all six matches this weekend against AMCC opponents Pitt-Greensburg, Medaille, and D'Youville. In singles play she won 36 of her 39 games played and in doubles, her pairing won 24 of 28 games played.