SU roundup: Mohlmann becomes Shenandoah’s first NCAA indoor qualifier
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INDIANAPOLIS — Shenandoah University junior Jaclyn Mohlmann has received official notification of her qualification for the 2014 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships in performance lists released Monday by the NCAA.
Mohlmann will be one of 17 women competing in the indoor pentathlon on Friday at the Deveney Center on the campus of the University of Nebraska.
Nebraska Wesleyan is the host of this year’s championship.
Mohlmann has the 14th best score nationally, 3,360, in the event. She set this school record mark last week at the North Central Final Qualifier.
The indoor pentathlon consists of the 60-meter high hurdles, high jump, shot put, long jump and 800-meter run.
Mohlmann is the first SU athlete, male or female, to qualify for the indoor national championships.
SALISBURY, Md. – No. 10 Salisbury University scored single runs in the first, third and fifth innings Monday afternoon to key a 5-1 non-league baseball victory over Shenandoah.
Shenandoah (7-2), which was held to five hits, left eight runners on base and had three innings in which it placed the first two batters of the frame on base without scoring.
Trailing 3-0 in the seventh, the Hornets loaded the bases with no outs only to line into a double play at first base and then fly out to center to allow Salisbury (9-2) to escape unscathed.
Connor Shockley (2-0) pitched the Sea Gulls to the victory. Shockley, a southpaw, scattered three hits and five walks in the initial 6.0 innings to earn the win.
He struck out three.
Sophomore Philip Morse (1-1) took the loss for the visitors. Morse allowed three runs (two earned) on seven hits and one walk in 5 1/3 innings of work.
Morse struck out five before turning it over to Cody Vorous in the middle of the sixth.
Corbin Lucas had two hits with Dan Powers, Michael Paul and JJ McDaniel getting one each for coach Kevin Anderson’s club.
Paul scored the Hornets’ lone run by scampering home from third on a wild pitch in the ninth. He led off the frame with a single down the right-field line, moved to second on McDaniel’s infield single and third on a Daniel Freshley walk.
Shenandoah continues this trip to the Delmarva Peninsula with a non-league game at Wesley Tuesday afternoon.
FOREST — Senior Samantha Sisson has been named Old Dominion Athletic Conference Player of the Week for women’s lacrosse in selections announced Monday afternoon by the league office.
Sisson helped the Hornets to wins over Frostburg State, Goucher and Marymount this past week with 12 goals and seven assists for 19 points.
After posting seven goals and three assists in the Frostburg State victory on Wednesday, she added a goal and three assists on Saturday against Goucher and four goals, one assist in Sunday’s triumph over Marymount.
Against Frostburg, Sisson also became the program’s all-time goals and points leader, passing Kelly Matagiese.
Sisson currently has 256 points on 185 goals and 71 assists. With four more assists, she will pass former teammate Jennie Ott for the all-time lead in that category.
Sisson is a three-time first team All-league honoree.
Shenandoah is back in action on Sunday in its ODAC home opener. The Hornets host Sweet Briar in a 2 p.m., contest.
BEAUFORT, S.C. – Shenandoah University stands 11th after day one of the TaylorMade-Adidas Intercollegiate Men’s Golf Tournament hosted by Ohio Wesleyan Tournament.
Playing the Cotton Dike course at Dataw Island, the Hornets shot 335 in the opening round Monday morning followed by a 325 in the afternoon.
Freshman Evan Cocke paced SU over the par-72, 6787-yard layout with an 83-81–164 in the opening two rounds.
Junior Wes Licklider is just one stroke back, shooting an 83 in the morning round before matching Cocke with an 81 in the afternoon.
Cocke is tied for 47th overall while Licklider is tied for 54th.
Freshman Brennan Lloyd, with an 83-82–165, is tied with Licklider.
Doc Schulte rounds out the SU qualifying scores with an 88-81–169 that is good for a tie for 67th.
Zach Ramey had an 85 in the morning and a 91 in the afternoon to place 78th after day one.
Adam Flees, playing as an individual, is tied for 47th overall after posting a pair of 82s.
Fellow ODAC member Guilford leads the tournament with a 595 after shooting 294 in the morning and 301 in the afternoon.
The 54-hole tournament concludes Tuesday with one 18-hole round.