SU roundup: Bereit named ODAC women’s lacrosse player of week
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FOREST — Shenandoah University junior Liz Bereit has been named the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Player of the Week for women’s lacrosse in selections announced Monday afternoon by the league office.
Bereit helped the Hornets to ODAC wins over Randolph-Macon, 9-7, and Virginia Wesleyan, 17-3, with a total of six goals and seven assists for 13 points.
She had three goals and four assists in the first half of that Virginia Wesleyan game to help SU out to an 11-1 halftime advantage.
She added three groundballs, six draw controls and six caused turnovers to help coach Lindsey Lutz’ club extend its winning streak to five games.
This is Bereit’s first-ever ODAC weekly honor.
Shenandoah is back in action Tuesday night at 7 p.m., in an ODAC contest at Randolph.
FOREST — Shenandoah senior Vince Claudio has been named ODAC Pitcher of the Week in selections announced Monday afternoon by the league office.
Claudio earns his second ODAC weekly award of the season after defeating both Frostburg State and Virginia Wesleyan this past week.
The right-hander struck out nine and allowed just two earned runs in 14 1/3 innings of work to improve to 6-1 on the season.
Batters hit just .224 against Claudio last week with only one extra-base hit.
Shenandoah, ranked No. 15 in the D3baseball.com poll and No. 21 in the ABCA poll, is scheduled to travel to Washington and Lee on Tuesday for its final ODAC doubleheader of the season.
WILLIAMSBURG — The Shenandoah men’s golf team finished second Monday in its final tuneup before the ODAC Championships next week at Rock Barn Golf Club.
Playing the par 72, 6,822-yard Williamsburg Club course, the Hornets shot 320 in the morning round and then 309 to shoot 629 total.
Host Apprentice won the tournament with a 619.
Shenandoah bested three other ODAC teams — Randolph-Macon, Lynchburg and Eastern Mennonite — as well the Christopher Newport and Apprentice ‘B’ squads.
Sophomore Evan Cocke was tied for second overall with a 76-74–150, while Adam Flees finished sixth overall with a 79-77–156.
Coach Scott Singhass’ four qualifying scores were tied for second, sixth, tied for ninth and 16th.
The Hornets open ODAC Tournament play on April 27. The tournament is once again 54 holes.
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