Campus Corner: Crowe brothers help Susquehanna to second at Lock Haven cross country meet

The Susquehanna University cross country team, led by brothers Paul and John Crowe, placed second overall and first among Division III teams at the Lock Haven Invitational over the weekend.

The Crowes, State College graduates, each had top-15 finishes to pace the Crusaders. John turned in a time of 25:45.3 to take seventh while Paul had a time of 26:04.3 for 14th in covering the 8-kilometer course.


Shane Dorner (State College, Lafayette) has thee assisted tackles, one tackle for loss for minus-2 yards and two quarterback hurries. Lafayette is 2-2.

Michael John (Philipsburg-Osceola, Juniata) has 36 yards on seven carries and 34 yards on four receptions. Juniata is 2-2.

Colton Meyers (State College, Juniata) has two solo tackles and one assist.

Coleman Rigg (Bellefonte, Juniata) has one assisted tackle.

Kurt Walker (P-O, Shippensburg) has four solo stops and two assists, one quarterback hurry and one-half tackle for loss for minus-3 yards. Shippensburg is 2-2.

Alex Boumerhi (P-O, Lock Haven) has a pair of field goals in six attempts. He is also 7-for-7 in PAT kicks. Lock Haven is 0-4.

Bernard Smack (State College, Lock Haven) had a 21-yard TD reception in Saturday’s 48-21 loss to East Stroudsburg. For the year he has 17 catches for 183 yards and two touchdowns.

Sam Rodgers (State College, Syracuse) remains the starting long snapper for the Orangemen.

Jon Cox (State College, Franklin & Marshall) has 12 solo tackles and two assists, 1 1/2 sacks for minus-5 yards and 3 1/2 tackles for loss for minus-7 yards. F&M is 2-2.


Reese Fisher (State College, Juniata) has taken two shots while starting all 10 games. Juniata is 2-8.

Devin Kos (Bellefonte, Juniata) has one goal while starting all 10 games. Juniata is 4-5-1.

Taylor Golemboski (P-O, Juniata) has played in eight games and taken five shots.

Kristin Dobransky (Bellefonte, PSU-Altoona) has taken one shot in eight games.

Jordan Powell (P-O, Misericordia) has one assist in five games. Misericordia is 6-2.

Victoria Crawford (State College, Indiana, Pa.) assisted on the game-winning goal in a 2-1 win at Millersville, and is the team’s leading scorer with four goals and one assist. The Crimson Hawks are 6-1-1.


Randi Leath (State College, DePaul) has 75 kills, five assists, eight aces, 24 digs and 52 blocks. DePaul is 3-11.

Megan Flick (Bald Eagle Area, Lock Haven) has 128 kills, 19 assists, three aces, 42 digs and 29 blocks. Lock Haven is 10-4.

Suzanne Horner (State College, Iowa State) has 25 kills, 410 assists, 10 aces, 83 digs and 17 blocks. The Cyclones (7-4) visit No. 2 Texas on Wednesday.

Emma Weakland (State College, Winthrop) has 131 kills, 25 digs and 38 blocked shots. Winthrop is 11-6.

Kayla Confer (BEA, Lebanon Valley) has 160 kills (second on the team), one assist, two aces, 38 digs and 19 blocks. Lebanon Valley is 13-3.

Sara Torres (BEA, PSU-Altoona) has played in five games and has six digs. Altoona is 5-10.

Christine Irwin (State College, Juniata) has 40 kills, four aces, 14 aces, 88 digs and eight blocks. No. 8 Juniata is 15-2.

Julia Elkin (State College, Muhlenberg) has one kill, eight assists, 10 digs and four service ases as a defensive specialist and team captain for the Mules (15-2).

Field hockey

Mikaela Sloan (State College, Juniata) has one goal. Juniata is 6-2.

Brittany Meier (State College, Juniata) has four goals.

Brenna Boehman (State College, Haverford) has two goals. Haverford is 4-4.

Summer Carson (State College, Dowling) has played in eight games. Dowling is 2-6.

Lauren Bonness (State College, Michigan State) has played in one game. The Spartans are 5-4.

Cross country

Jason Doll (State College, Delaware Valley) was the first of five Delaware Valley runners to cross the finish line in the Messiah Invitational. His time was 33 minutes, 17.09 seconds for the 8K race. Lebanon Valley was ninth among nine teams.

Chloe Schmidt (State College, Illinois) was 167th in the Roy Griak Invitational at Minneapolis over the weekend with a time of 24:10, as the Illini finished 18th out of 35 teams.