MAPLESVILLE, ALA. > Football
Davis, a senior defensive end at Huntingdon College, had seven tackles, three
sacks and a one-yard rushing touchdown in the Hawks' 30--12 win over Faulkner;
he was named to the d3football.com National Team of the Week. He has six sacks
this season and a school-record 23 for his career.
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. > Volleyball
Meghan, a junior setter at Horizon High, had five aces and 10 assists as she
served every point of a 25--0 game in the Huskies' 3--0 win over Dobson. The
winner of last year's team unsung hero award, she had nine aces and 25 assists
in the match against Dobson and has averaged 3.1 assists this season.
HIGH SCHOOL VIDEO
PITTSBURGH > Field Hockey
Morgan, a junior goalkeeper at Fox Chapel Area High, has led the Lady Foxes to
an 11-4-3 record, saving 188 of the 206 shots she has faced this season (a .913
percentage). She has been playing with an under-19 club, Team Pittsburgh, since
she was 13 years old.
TO SEE MORGAN'S
VIDEO, GO TO Takkle.com/videofaces.
SEATTLE > Triathlon
Collins, 24, won the overall title at the International Triathlon Union World
Championship in Hamburg, Germany, finishing the short course triathlon in
1:57:16, more than a minute faster than the second-place finisher, Andrew
Curtayne. In June he won the USA Triathlon national title.
TAHOE CITY, CALIF. > Volleyball
Ericson, a senior outside hitter at Nevada, was named the American Volleyball
Coaches Association's national player of the week after leading the Wolf Pack
to wins over Fresno State and Utah State. In those two matches she had a .433
hitting percentage and averaged 6.33 kills and 6.67 points.
Henning and Marcus
G�TEBORG, SWEDEN > Soccer
Brothers Henning (left), a sophomore forward at Franklin Pierce, and Marcus, a
freshman forward at Dowling, were named players of the week in the Northeast-10
and East Coast conferences, respectively.