Princeton University senior Jeremy Spiezio (Greenwich) earned All-Ivy League cross country honors as a result of his sixth-place finish at the Ivy Heps on Oct. 27 at Princeton. His time for the 4.97-mile course was 24 minutes, 47.4 seconds.
One week earlier, he finished 10th in the Princeton Invitational with a time of 24:23.8. He and the Tigers will next compete in the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional on Nov. 9.
Roberts Wesleyan sophomore Ashley Watson (Schuylerville) won the East Coast Conference women’s race on Nov. 3, helping the Redhawks win their fifth straight conference title.
Watson won the 3.1-mile race in 19:02.3. Following the race she was named the ECC Women’s Runner of the Year.
SUNY Oneonta senior Devin Akerley (Corinth) placed eighth at the SUNYAC Championships on Oct. 27 at Fredonia. His 4.97-mile time was 29:19.5.
SUNY Brockport sophomore Ethan Carey (Queensbury) was 41st at the SUNYACs in 31:18.0.
SUNY Oneonta senior Rainey Cerqua (Schuylerville) placed 91st in the 3.72-mile women’s race at the SUNYACs, finishing in 30:40.1.
SUNY Potsdam sophomore Matthew Brown (North Warren) was the Bears’ second finisher at the SUNYACs, in 35:02.4, good for 99th.
SUNY Delhi freshman Madison Ruby (South Glens Falls) placed 34th at the ACAA Championships on Oct. 27. She finished in 32:24.0.
Nazareth College sophomore Lauren Guilfoil (Queensbury) placed 28th at the Empire 8 Championships at Alfred. Her time for the 3.72-mile course was 28:25.71.
Regis College senior Aineen Callahan (Warrensburg) became the school’s all-time leader in goals after notching a hat trick in a 4-3 loss to Simmons on Oct. 16. Callahan set the record with her 30th career goal. She finished her career with 32 and was named a second-team All-Great Northeast Athletic Conference. Her 71 career points rank her second in that category.
SUNY Delhi sophomore middle hitter Haylee Lefebvre (Glens Falls) finished the season with 117 kills, 50 digs, 34 blocks and 158 points.
Cazenovia College freshman middle blocker Alicen Simpson (Argyle) finished the season with 54.5 points, 43 kills, 38 digs and 10 blocks.
Catholic University freshman Mackenzie Collier (South Glens Falls) had 281 kills in 32 matches, second-highest on the team, to go with 389 digs, also second on the team, 318 points, 81 assists, 26 service aces and 19 blocks.
Wentworth Institute of Technology’s Katie Clouse (Hudson Falls), a junior setter, has helped the Leopards qualify for the NCAA Division III Tournament. Clouse has appeared in 22 of the team’s 29 matches. She’s second on the team in assists with 440 (5.71 per set). She also has 118 digs, 44 points and 33 service aces.
Lexi Potter (South Glens Falls) is the Gordon College Fighting Scots’ leading scorer with 17 goals and six assists. She was recently named the Offensive Player of the Year in the Commonwealth Coast Conference.
Hudson Valley freshman midfielder Cassie Patrick (Schuylerville) finished the season with eight goals and four assists. Her 20 points ranked third on the team.
SUNY Fredonia freshman midfielder Caitlyn Speranza (Bolton) finished the season with two assists in 11 games.
SUNY Delhi sophomore midfielder Tyler Ward (South Glens Falls) has played in 12 of the Broncos’ 14 games this season and started four.
SUNY Potsdam senior midfielder Matt Saddlemire (Schuylerville) was fourth on the Bears in scoring this season with two goals and one assist. Teammate Teddy Bruschini (South Glens Falls), a junior midfielder, added two assists.
Ithaca College junior Olivia Southworth (Glens Falls), a coxswain, helped the second varsity 8 boat finish sixth in a race of all women’s boats between Ithaca and host Bucknell on Oct. 14. The boat’s time was 20:33 for the 4-mile course. On Oct. 6, she coxed the varsity A boat to a fifth-place finish (16:44.73) at the Head of the Genesee.
St. Lawrence sophomore receiver Andrew Murphy (Glens Falls) is second on the team in receptions through nine games, with 42 for 534 yards and two touchdowns. Teammate Michael Guido (Queensbury), a freshman defensive back, has three assisted tackles in five games.
St. Bonaventure sophomore Mia Cote (Glens Falls) had a pair of third-place finishes at the Atlantic 10 Classic on Oct. 27-28. Cote had a time of 58.32 in the 100 butterfly and 2:09.77 in the 200 butterfly.
Le Moyne junior Matthew Walton (Queensbury) was part of the winning 200 freestyle relay (1:30.43) in the Dolphins’ loss to Bentley on Oct. 27.
Through the first four games, Indiana Tech senior Joel Wincowski (Lake George) leads the team in scoring, with 15.8 points per game, rebounds (8.3 per game), assists (4.5 per game) and minutes (40.5 per game).
SUNY Oneonta freshman Olivia Fraser (Queensbury) finished the season with an 8-2 record in singles and 10-3 doubles record with partner Mya Lipscomb.