Freshman goalie Noah Schwab got a rude awakening to the world of Division I lacrosse over the weekend.
The State College Area High School graduate is now at the Air Force Academy, and got the start in goal against No. 4 Denver on Saturday. Schwab recorded 12 saves, but the Falcons dropped an 11-5 decision to the Pioneers.
Air Force (0-2) opened the year with an 18-4 loss to No. 2 Duke, with Schwab also getting the start in goal.
Cory Hazel (Penns Valley, Lock Haven) has a 21-8 record at 184 pounds. Lock Haven is 12-4 after rolling over Clarion 28-12.
Trevor Corl (Bellefonte, Lycoming) owns a 28-2 record at 149 pounds. The Warriors are 11-5.
Zach Engle (Penns Valley, Juniata) has a 0.6 scoring average and 0.9 rebounding average. Juniata is 19-4.
Bryan Sekunda (State College, Stony Brook) is scoring at a 6.3 clip and averages 2.3 rebounds per game. He has 44 assists, four steals and five blocks. Stony Brook is 10-16.
Jalyn Shelton-Burleigh (State College, Lock Haven) averages 6.4 points per game. She has 92 rebounds, 11 assists, 12 steals and a block. Lock Haven is 5-17.
Kyla Irwin (State College, UConn) has a 2.6 scoring averages and averages 1.2 rebounds per game. She has 13 assists, a block, five steals. No. 1 UConn was 24-0 heading in Monday night’s game with No. 4 Louisville.
Jess Book (Bellefonte, Grove City) averages 3.7 points per game. She has 86 rebounds, 16 assists, 12 steals and a block. Grove City is 15-8.
Cass Book (Bellefonte, Grove City) averages 1.2 points per game and has 19 rebounds, four assists and a steal.
Tommy Sekunda (State College, Seton Hill) averages 5.2 points and 2.0 rebounds per game. He has 17 assists, five seals and two blocks. Seton Hill is 10-16.
Will Jackson (Penns Valley, Elizabethtown) has scored seven points while playing in three games. He has four rebounds and an assist. Elizabethtown is 5-17.
Ian Schrock (State College, Gettysburg) was fourth in the 100-yard backstroke in 55.82 seconds and fifth in the 200 back with a time of 2:04.32 in a dual meet against Franklin & Marshall.
Olivia Stahl (State College, Savannah College of Art and Design) broke the program record Sunday when she caused seven of the team’s 15 turnovers in a 13-8 season-opening win over Wingate, a Division II program.