MILESTONE: Arcadia softball coach and Langhorne native Linda Detra got the 400th victory of her 19-season career in a 9-2 win over Gwynedd-Mercy on Sunday.
HONORS: Penn goalie Brian Feeney was named the Ivy League player of the week in men's lacrosse.
Lehigh's Mike Noone (La Salle) was named the Patriot League defender of the week in men's lacrosse.
Temple's Margo Britton was named the A-10 rookie of the week in women's track and field. At the Mason Spring Invitational on Saturday she broke the Temple record in the discus, throwing it 156 feet, 10 inches.
St. Joseph's righthander Kyle Mullen (St. Joe's Prep) was named the A-10 pitcher of the week and Kevin Taylor, the Hawks first baseman, was named the Big Five player of the week.
Eastern's Chris Farrar (Jackson Memorial) was named the Freedom Conference player of the week in men's lacrosse.
Eastern's Janelle Fair (Mannheim Central) was named Freedom Conference pitcher of the week for the second time this spring.
Temple's Maame Ama Osei was named the A-10 women's tennis rookie of the week after a 4-0 streak.
Philadelphia University's Ken McCormick (Pennsbury) was named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference rookie of the week after hitting .533 (8 for 15) in four games with a pair of home runs, a double, five RBIs and five runs scored for a 1.000 slugging percentage.
Haverford's Jen DiCandilo (Conestoga) and Swarthmore's Liz Cushing (Padua Academy) shared the Centennial Conference's softball player of the week honor.
Penn State-Abington goalkeeper Shreya Soni (Northeast) was named the Northeast Athletic Conference player of the week in women's lacrosse.
PSU-Abington's Nigel Hopkinson (Roman Catholic) was named the NEAC men's tennis athlete of the week.
MEN'S LACROSSE: Villanova (8-4) moved from No. 12 to No. 11 in the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Division I poll, while Lehigh (10-2) slipped from 11th to 12th. Princeton (8-3) moved from No. 15 to No. 14.
Cabrini (10-2) remained No. 6 in Division III.