Messiah Men's Track & Field: Benjamin Schott

Benjamin Schott

  • Unbeaten Monmouth women's soccer continues to collect accolades, and Trinity's Amanda Knaub is right in the middle. The sophomore goalkeeper was again named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week after posting two shutouts in net last week, giving her eight this season and 17 clean sheets for her career. The Hawks (17-0-1) haven't allowed a goal in the span of six games.
  • Shippensburg junior Dakota Thompson racked up eight tackles, including 3.5 for loss (three sacks), and also recovered a fumble to earn PSAC Eastern Division Football Defensive Player of the Week. The Raiders' 37-6 victory over Lock Haven was the team's third straight week without allowing a touchdown.
  • Penn State senior wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton and junior running back/kick returner Saquon Barkley picked up weekly Big Ten honors Monday. Hamilton is Co-Offensive Player of the Week after nine catches for 122 yards and three touchdowns, while Barkley is Special Teams Player of the Week after a 98-yard kickoff return TD to start Saturday's victory over Indiana. He also had 56 rushing, 51 receiving and 16 passing yards, including a TD pass to Hamilton.
  • Northern product Haley Mowery was tabbed Centennial Conference Field Hockey Defensive Player of the Week for the second straight week after she yielded just one goal and made 15 saves in two victories for Gettysburg College. The senior has a career-best 1.69 goals against average.
  • Mechanicsburg's David Herbst, a junior at Lebanon Valley, won his third straight MAC Commonwealth Golfer of the Week honor after winning the Dutchmen Invitational with a score of 2-under 70.
  • Messiah junior Benjamin Schott won his second MAC Runner of the Week honor this season after winning the Dickinson Long-Short 8K race and directing the Falcons to a team victory. He crossed in 25:39.8, more than 14 seconds ahead of second place.
  • Dickinson men's golf finished tied for second at the Muhlenberg Fall Invitational on Monday. The hosts won the event with a team score of 302, three shots better than Dickinson and Moravian at Lehigh Country Club. The Red Devils' Charlie Zane carded a two-over 72 to finish in second place, one shot behind individual winner Daniel Eidman of Muhlenberg.
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