Munro and Paternostro Named Cross Country Coaches of the Year Robb Munro of SUNY Delhi and Steve Paternostro of Alfred State have been named the ACAA Cross Country Coaches of the Year. The awards were voted on by their peers. Full Story
SUNY Delhi Broncos Sweep ACAA Cross Country Championships; Russell and Lane Claim Individual Titles DELHI, NY -- SUNY Delhi swept the ACAA Cross Country Championships on a wet, windy and cold day. Alfred State's Julia Russell covered the course in 25:00 claimed the women's individual championship and Kobie Lane repeated as the men's champion with a 27:09 clocking. The women's 6K and men's 8K races took place on the SUNY Delhi campus golf course in Delhi, NY. Full Story
Kleier and Lane Gain Final Cross Country Honors of Season Natalie Kleier of Thomas More and Kobie Lane of SUNY Delhi have been named the American Collegiate Athletic Association Cross Country Athletes of the Week. Full Story
Kleier and Lane Run Away with Cross Country Honors Natalie Kleier of Thomas More and Kobie Lane of SUNY Delhi have been named the American Collegiate Athletic Association Cross Country Athletes of the Week. Full Story
Athlete of the Week
Ryne Callahan Men's Basketball Thomas More University Morehead KY (Rowan County HS) Callahan, a senior guard, helped lead Thomas More to a 2-0 record last week with wins over Spalding and Emory & Henry. He averaged 22.5 points and 5.0 rebounds, while recording two assists and one steal. Callahan shot 60.0 percent (15-of-25) from the field and 70.6 percent (12-of-17) from the free-throw line. He also shot 100 percent from the free-throw line (3-of-3).
Madison Temple Women's Basketball Thomas More University Cincinnati OH (Anderson HS) Temple, a senior guard, helped lead the fourth-ranked Saints to a 4-0 record last week with road wins over fifth-ranked Chicago, Marietta, Whitworth and Whitman. She averaged 24.5 points and 6.8 rebounds, while dishing out a team-high 23 assists, blocking five shots and recording 12 steals. Temple shot 65.4 percent (34-of-52) from the floor in the four games and 89.7 percent (26-of-29) from the free-throw line. She was named Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the Kim Evanger Raney Classic. The Saints' schedule was NBA-like with a game in Illinois on Monday, back in Ohio on Wednesday and in Washington state on Friday and Saturday.