Loyola (Md.) University women's soccer player Katelyn McFadden (Holy Spirit) was selected to the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference All-Academic first team.

McFadden, a junior forward, helped the Greyhounds win the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title. She started all 22 games and had three goals and two assists.

Colin McFadden (St. Augustine Prep), Katelyn's brother and a University of Scranton junior midfielder, was named to the All-Landmark Conference men's first team and NSCAA Mid-Atlantic All-Region second team.

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McFadden helped Scranton reach the NCAA Division III quarterfinals.


Wesley College's Brian Cranmer (St. Augustine Prep) was named an American Football Coaches Association Division III All-American. Cranmer, an offensive lineman, started all 12 games and helped Wesley average 34.0 points and 364.7 yards per game.

Men's basketball

Gwynedd Mercy College senior Frank Champion (Mainland Regional) was named to the Colonial States Athletic Conference Honor Roll for last week. Champion averaged 11.3 points and 7.0 rebounds in conference wins over Marywood, Neumann and Keystone. ... Lucas Levenson (Atlantic City) scored six points, grabbed nine rebounds and blocked three shots in nine minutes to help Drew University win 69-66 over The College of New Jersey on Saturday.

Women's basketball

Rutgers-Camden sophomore guard Loretta Kelly (Wildwood) scored 10 points and had four steals in a 76-60 loss to Richard Stockton College on Tuesday. ... Widener University sophomore Ally Ferrucci (Sacred Heart) had nine points, eight assists and four steals in a 98-43 win over Rowan University on Saturday. ... Megan Petuskey (Sacred Heart) had seven points and three rebounds in Stevens Institute of Technology's 52-41 loss to The College of New Jersey on Saturday.

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