Shippensburg University earned a handful of conference weekly honors on Monday. Kryshell Gordy was named the PSAC Eastern Division Women's Basketball Freshman of the Week while classmate Ariel Jones was named the Athlete of the Week, and Dustin Sleva picked up Men's Basketball Athlete of the Week honors. In her collegiate debut, Gordy finished with 22 points, 17 rebounds and seven assists in two games at the Wolf's Bus Lines Classic, where she was named All-Tournament. Jones, another All-Tournament Team selection, had 51 points during the weekend, adding 10 boards and five assists. On the men's side, Sleva averaged a stout 23 points, 13 rebounds and 3.5 assists in the same tournament and was named MVP as well. The No. 8 Raiders rolled over Shaw and Virginia Union.
Former Shippensburg Greyhounds football standout Cody Gustafson picked up Presidents' Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week honors for the second straight week. The Grove City wide receiver caught five passes for 151 yards, his 92-yard touchdown grab the longest in school history. He has 58 grabs for 815 yards, ranking first as a freshman and fourth overall, respectively, in single-season school history.
Messiah senior Kyle Koser (Northern) was named the MAC Wrestler of the Week after going 4-0 at the Roger Williams Invitational, beating nationally-ranked Devon Carrillo (No. 5) of Wesleyan by bin in 5:33. Koser (No. 4 in the nation) now has 112 career collegiate victories.
Dickinson women's cross country earned an at-large big Monday for the NCAA National Championships, which will be hosted in Elsah, Illinois in two weeks. It's the Red Devils' 17th straight trip and 19th overall.
Also at Dickinson, Matt Edmonds was named to the College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-District Men's Soccer Team. The senior is a three-time Centennial Conferene Academic Honor Roll member as well.
The Red Devils' James Turner was also named Centennial Conference Football Defensive Player of the Week. The sophomore had 12 tackles (8 solo) for the fourth straight game to help in a 40-17 win over Ursinus. He finishes with 113 tackles on the year, fourth most in school history.