SUNY Delhi freshman sprinter Ian Luhmann (Schuylerville), won the 100 meters in 11.31 seconds at the USCAA National Invitational on April 28. Luhmann also ran on the victorious 400 relay team, which finished in 43.98.
The next day, at the NAC Championships, he placed second in the 100 (11.25) and 200 (23.09). On May 5, he finished 16th in the 200 (22.65) at the St. John’s University Tom Farrell Classic.
Luhmann was named to the All-NAC Team in the 100 and 200.
Utica College senior utility player Sam Whitehouse (Greenwich) completed her collegiate career on May 6, as the Pioneers fell in the Empire 8 Conference championship game, 12-1 to St. John Fisher. For the season, Whitehouse batted .305 with 25 hits, 14 RBIs and a .965 fielding percentage as she started 30 games for the 20-18 Pioneers.
SUNY Geneseo’s Taylor Fedor (Corinth) delivered an RBI single in the Knights’ 4-0 NCAA Division III Regional win over Mt. St. Mary on May 11. A junior catcher, she is hitting .290 with one home run and 20 RBIs. She has scored 19 runs and has one stolen base.
SUNY Delhi freshman Haylee Lefebvre (Glens Falls), a pitcher/infielder, recently was named to the second team of the American Collegiate Athletic Association all-stars. Lefebvre played in 26 of the Broncos’ 27 games. She hit .286, had an on-base percentage of .375, had four doubles, eight RBIs, two stolen bases and scored five runs. As a pitcher, she started 10 games, made 15 appearances and finished with an 0-10 record. She averaged 3.18 strikeouts per seven innings.
Castleton University sophomore infielder Sara Baker (Schuylerville) was named to the NAC All-Stars third team. She hit .383, had a team-best .468 on-base percentage, 10 doubles (also a team-best), one home run and 15 RBIs. In the field, she was a part of four double plays and had a .935 fielding percentage.
College of Saint Rose attackman Jack Pemrick (Greenwich) recently wrapped up his freshman season for the Golden Knights. For the season, Pemrick, a freshman, finished with nine goals and 10 assists while starting all 17 games for 9-8 Saint Rose.
Mitch Burroughs (Schuylerville), a freshman long-stick midfielder for Hudson Valley Community College, finished the season with two goals, one assist, nine ground balls and two caused turnovers in 13 games.
Onondaga Community College wrapped up a perfect 15-0 season Sunday with an 11-9 win over Nassau to earn its 11th NJCAA Division III championship, and two local players helped. Sophomore midfielder Zach Pierce (Schuylerville), who will play for the University of Utah next season, finished with 14 goals and 15 assists, while sophomore attackman Michael Carpenter (Queensbury) added five goals, two assists and five ground balls.
Syracuse University midfielder Mary Rahal (Queensbury), a redshirt sophomore, had 17 goals and five assists this season. She also had 12 ground balls.
SUNY Morrisville sophomore defender Janet Hanehan (Schuylerville) started every game this season for the Mustangs. She finished with 29 ground balls and 20 caused turnovers.
SUNY Cortland senior Mike Harrington (Glens Falls) was chosen the SUNYAC Don Axtell Pitcher of the Year. Harrington was 8-0 with a 1.46 ERA in 12 appearances, 10 as a starter. He allowed only 42 hits and 12 walks and struck out 55 batters in 68 innings.
SUNY Oswego senior John Barnes (Greenwich) made the All-SUNYAC second team. He had 46 hits, tied for fourth-most in the league. He also ranked in the top five for runs (32), home runs (4) and RBIs (35). He put out 65 opposing batters from center field.
Brett Rodriguez (Queensbury), a sophomore second baseman at Wofford College, has started all 53 games for the Terriers this season. He is batting .274 with 54 hits, 27 RBIs and 43 runs scored, and has a .952 fielding percentage for Wofford (33-20) heading into this weekend’s Southern Conference regular-season finale series against East Tennessee State.
Clayton Patrick (Schuylerville), a sophomore pitcher/infielder for Hudson Valley Community College, hit .227 for the Vikings this season. He had two doubles, scored three runs and had three RBIs.
St. John Fisher pitcher Kyle Chambers (Queensbury) finished a strong junior season with a 4-2 record, two saves and a 3.41 ERA for the Cardinals. His ERA through his first eight appearances was 0.45, mostly in relief. He finished with 34 strikeouts and nine walks in 29 innings.