HONORS: Basketball star Zack Rosen and track star Paige Madison received the University of Pennsylvania's top scholar-athlete awards on Monday.
Also honored were Alek Ferro from men's lacrosse, Meg Krasne from the softball team, and Grant Wilson from the men's heavyweight rowing team, who had the top grade point averages among graduating letter winners.
Samme Givens (Academy of the New Church) and Frantz Massenat (Trenton Catholic) were named co-most valuable players on Drexel's men's basketball team, which won the Colonial Athletic Association regular-season title. Damion Lee was named most improved.
Kamile Nacickaite and Hollie Mershon (Archbishop Carroll) were named co-most valuable in women's basketball. Fiona Flanagan (Notre Dame) was named most improved.
Eastern University named three student-athletes to its Hall of Honors: Kate Adams Conneen (volleyball); Chris Calciano (baseball) and Beth Sellers Helsby (field hockey). Conneen is a Gwynedd-Mercy grad; Calciano, the former baseball coach at West Chester, is a Lamberton grad.
Slippery Rock righthander Lou Trivino (Upper Bucks Christian) was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference-West pitcher of the week.
Manoli Sgouros of Philadelphia University was named to the first team in men's tennis by the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. The second team included Yoann Pham and Mike Humes (Lenape) of Chestnut Hill and Ryan Christopher (Pottsgrove) of Philadelphia.
The Centennial Conference named Haverford's Kevin Caulfield its player of the week.
Holy Family's Brianna Lancetta (Bishop Eustace) was named the CACC rookie of the week in women's lacrosse.
MEN'S BASKETBALL: The Big Five banquet is scheduled for 6:30 p.m., Monday, at Temple's Liacouras Center.
Tickets can be reserved by contacting Al Shrier at Temple at 215-204-1821 or email@example.com.
FOOTBALL: Tight end Mike Ragone (6-foot-4, 262 pounds) signed a grant-in-aid form to complete his transfer to Kansas, where he will be reunited with former Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis.
Ragone (Camden Catholic) completed his undergraduate degree at Notre Dame and will be eligible to play for the Jayhawks immediately.