Lycoming's Jarrin Campman and Nate Oropollo were both named Middle Atlantic Conference football Players of the Week on Sunday after stellar performances in a win against FDU-Florham on Saturday. Oropollo earned his second defensive Player of the Week honor after recording a pair of sacks and three tackles for loss as the Warriors' defense held the Devils to just seven points.
Campman earned special teams Player of the Week honors after returning three punts for an average of 45.3 yards. Those punt returns included a 59-yard return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. Campman also had a pair of touchdown receptions.
Quarterback Tyler Jenny was named to the league honor roll after throwing for 194 yards and a career-high four touchdowns.
Cassie Denger scored Bucknell's first goal and assisted on its second in a 2-0 win over Army in women's soccer. The Bison won despite being outshot, 16-14.
Kelly Stefanowicz scored a pair of goals, both assisted by Maggie Murphy and Kelsey Mucelli as Bucknell beat Harvard, 3-1, in college field hockey. Leigh Hillman scored the other goal for the Bison.
Sophomore Courtney Gernert recorded 18 kills and 27 digs as Penn College beat both Penn State York and Penn State Mont Alto, 3-0, in women's volleyball Sunday. Senior Tara Powell recorded a combined 33 digs in the two matches. The Wildcats beat Penn State York, 25-22, 25-13 and 25-17. They beat Penn State Mont Alto, 25-10, 25-22 and 25-23.
Bucknell 2, Army 0
Army0 0 - 0
Bucknell1 1 - 1
BU-Cassie Denger (Evelyn Nicinski, Liz Dwornik), 13:25; BU-Courtney Nelson (Dwornik, Denger), 53:26.
Shots: Army 16, Bucknell 14. Corner kicks: Army 5, Bucknell 0. Saves: Army 6 (Linda Rosas); Bucknell 4 (Sandita McDermott).
Records: Army (5-9, 0-3 Patriot League); Bucknell (9-6, 2-1).
College field hockey
Bucknell 3, Harvard 1
Bucknell2 1 - 3
Harvard0 1 - 1
BU-Kelly Stfanowicz (Maggie Murphy, Kelsey Mucelli), 17:04; BU-Leigh Hillman (Kayla Sullivan), 34:44; HU-Rahael Rosenfeld (Sydney Jenkins), 42:10; BU-Stefanowicz (Murphy, Mucelli), 66:29.
Shots: Bucknell 19, Harvard 13. Penalty corners: Bucknell 12, Harvard 6. Saves: Bucknell 7 (Erica Perrine); Harvard 7 (Cynthia Tassopoulos).