Deluca, Rhodenbaugh Grab Honors

Posted: October 19, 1995

Linebackers Steve DeLuca and Gary Rhodenbaugh were named to the Centennial Conference honor roll this week.

DeLuca, a senior at Franklin and Marshall, led the Diplomats with 12 tackles, including nine solos, in a 31-7 loss to Georgetown on Saturday. A graduate of Central Bucks West, DeLuca also recovered a fumble and intercepted a pass.

Rhodenbaugh, a junior at Ursinus, had 11 tackles, eight solo, in the Bears' 7-3 loss to Gettysburg Saturday. The Spring-Ford graduate also was credited with one interception.

Souderton's Lara Znotens, a sophomore at Dickinson, was named to the Centennial honor roll for field hockey on Monday. A goalie, Znotens shut out Bryn Mawr, 3-0, on Oct. 10, making eight saves. She has three shutouts in conference play.

Sue Yang, a sophomore at Johns Hopkins, was named to the Centennial honor roll for volleyball on Oct. 10. Yang, a graduate of Central Bucks West, had 35 kills, 36 digs, and 2 service aces in her team's 2-1 performance at the Goucher Invitational on Oct. 7.

TENNIS TALK

* Amber Lee, a freshman from Pennridge, owns a 9-1 record playing No. 5 or No. 6 singles for the Bloomsburg University women's tennis team. Lee also has a 10-0 record playing second and third doubles.

HOCKEY HIGH POINTS

* George School graduate Emily Renschler leads the Bryn Mawr College field hockey team in scoring with six goals and one assist. A sophomore, Renschler had the tying and winning goals in the Mawrters' 3-2 victory over Mount Holyoke College in the first round of the Seven Sisters Field Hockey Tournament held Sept. 23 at Smith College.

Renschler also had an assist in a 1-0 win against Smith as the Mawrters (6-4-1) went 2-1 in the 12th annual tournament.

Renee Clark, a 1983 graduate of Upper Moreland who attended Rutgers, is in her sixth season as the head field hockey coach at Kean College of New Jersey. The Cougars (9-6) tied the school record for wins set last season with a 5-1 win over Montclair State University on Saturday.

Springfield's Erica Steinhouse and Methacton's Jennifer Neison have started every game this season for the Lafayette College field-hockey team. Steinhouse, a junior midfielder, and Neison, a senior back, have one goal each for the Leopards (6-7).

Kate Faia, a freshman forward from Gwynedd-Mercy, has one assist for Lafayette.

SOCCER SHORTS

* Central Bucks West graduate T.J. Grady is the starting goalie and captain of the Naval Academy men's soccer team. A senior, Grady has three shutouts and a 1.33 goals-against average for the Midshipmen (6-6).

Janel Leone, a senior forward from Germantown Academy, had an assist in a 3-1 win for the Franklin and Marshall women's soccer team over Lynchburg on Saturday. Leone has one goal and one assist this season for the Diplomats (4-10-1).

Villa Joseph Marie graduate Anne Scheetz, a junior forward for the Lafayette College women's soccer team, has scored one goal and has one assist this season. Scheetz has appeared in 14 games, starting 12, for the Leopards (3-12).

Nate Derstine, a graduate of Christopher Dock, was named Old Dominion Athletic Conference player of the week for soccer on Monday. Derstine had three goals the week of Oct. 9-15 for the Royals (9-5-2) and leads the team in scoring with nine goals.

FOOTBALL FEATS

* Souderton graduate Troy Myers, a senior safety at East Stroudsburg, is ranked 13th in the nation among NCAA Division II football players in punt- return yardage, with an average of 12.2 yards per return. Myers has returned 11 punts for 134 yards.

Myers returned an interception 95 yards for a touchdown in a 23-12 loss to Slippery Rock on Oct. 7. He has 32 tackles, one fumble recovery, and five pass deflections for the Warriors (3-3) this season.

Spring-Ford graduate Ralph O'Neil, a junior running back, leads the Monmouth University football team in rushing with 452 yards on 95 carries. O'Neill has scored five rushing touchdowns and has caught six passes for 39 yards. He has returned four kickoffs for the Hawks (5-2) for a total of 69 yards.

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