Trinity graduate Amanda Knaub pocketed Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Women's Soccer Defensive Player of the Week honors for the second straight week on Monday. The Monmouth sophomore goalkeeper registered a pair of shutouts and surrendered just one goal in a three-game week. The Hawks beat Seton Hall 1-0, Drexel 2-1 and tied Hofstra 0-0.
Dickinson sophomore Sarah House and junior Eric Herrmann picked up Centennial Conference Women's and Men's Cross Country Runners of the Week honors, respectively. House raced to the individual title at Friday's Little Three Championships with a time of 18:03, while Herrmann won the men's version in 15:39.
Dickinson senior goalkeeper Freddie Bancroft was named Centennial Conference Field Hockey Defensive Player of the Week after two strong performances in net. She stopped 20 shots vs. York on Wednesday, then eight more in a win over Lebanon Valley.
Messiah cross country junior Benjamin Schott snagged MAC Runner of the Week honors after posting a second straight individual title and leading the Falcons to a second straight team title at Stevenson's Shannon Henretty Invitational. He won the 8K race in 26:03.62.
Carlisle product J.D. Hughes helped Penn State men's golf to a 13th-place finish in the Gopher Invitational in Minnesota on Monday. Hughes finished with a 2-over 73, putting him in a tie for 45th individually. Hughes improved by a stroke each round and was the third-highest Nittany Lions finisher.
Penn State football RB Saquon Barkley was named to the Paul Hornung Award Week 2 Honor Roll. The junior accumulated 183 all-purpose yards in a 33-14 victory over Pittsburgh. The No. 5-ranked Nittany Lions host Georgia State this Saturday at 7:30. The school also announced that the Sept. 23 road game at Iowa will kick off at 7:30 p.m. as well and will air on ABC.