Shenandoah roundup: Hornets sweep baseball ODAC Player of the Week honors

The Shenandoah University baseball team has swept the ODAC Player of the Week honors in selections announced Monday afternoon by the league office.

Senior catcher Daniel Freshley has been named as a league’s Player of the Week while junior pitcher Ryan Mossman earned Pitcher of the Week accolades.

Mossman, who also hit .400 on the week playing in the outfield, opened his week on the mound by tossing a two-hit shutout in a 9-0 ODAC win over Washington & Lee on St. Patrick’s Day.

He then pitched the final two innings of a 4-1 win over Hampden-Sydney Sunday to earn his first save of the season.

In 11.0 innings pitched, Mossman struck out six and allowed just three hits and three walks.

Freshley hit .455 for the week with 10 hits in 22 at-bats as SU swept both Penn St. – Altoona and Hampden-Sydney in doubleheader action, defeated W&L 9-0 and played Catholic to a 2-2 tie in 13 innings.

Freshley had at least one hit in all six games last week and highlighted his week with a 3 for 5, 2 RBI performance against Catholic on Wednesday.

He drove in runs in three of the five contests.

This is the first conference weekly honor for both men.

Mossman and Freshley are back in action tomorrow as the No. 14/25 Hornets travel to Dickinson for a 3:30 non-league contest.

Field hockey
CHANDLER, Ariz. – Eight Shenandoah University student-athletes have earned academic honors from the National Field Hockey Coaches Association in selections announced Monday by the organization.

Senior Sarah Wohld, along with juniors Kelani Bailey, Sarah Brock and Katelyn Gregory and freshmen Morgan Lingo, Elizabeth Pardo, Jenna Rampale and Moriah Woods all earned NFHCA honors for maintaining at least a 3.3 GPA through the fall 2014 semester.

The eight have an average GPA of 3.74 with both Gregory and Rampale posting a perfect 4.0. Six of the eight have at least a 3.77 GPA.

This is the third straight NFHCA selection for Wohld, Bailey, Brock and Gregory.

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