College Corner: Nov. 14
Special award for Lee
Park View High School alum Brandon Lee earned Colonial Athletic Association Special Teams Player of the Week football honors Oct. 29. The James Madison University redshirt sophomore blocked a punt and returned it three yards for his first career touchdown in a 28-21 win against Georgia State on Oct. 27. Lee, a defensive end, has recorded 6.5 tackles for a loss, including two sacks, and forced a fumble this season for the Dukes (7-3).
First-team honors for Kelley
Broad Run High School alum Kacey Kelley has been selected to the All-Big South Conference first team in women’s soccer. Kelley netted a team-high nine goals in her sophomore season at Coastal Carolina. She also led the Chanticleers with 19 points, 67 shots and 35 shots on goal. Kelley, part of four state championship teams at Broad Run, moved to forward this season after splitting time at midfield and defense in her freshman campaign.
Kuhn commits to Stockton
Tuscarora High School senior Allyson Kuhn will continue her softball career at Stockton College, a Division III program in New Jersey. Kuhn has been the Huskies’ starting pitcher the last two seasons, earning team Co-MVP honors in 2012. Kuhn will be a pre-physical therapy major at Stockton.
Dormio volleys to second team
Sammy Dormio, a Loudoun County High School graduate, was one of two Keene State College women’s volleyball players to garner second-team honors on the All-Little East Conference team. Dormio made a smooth transition from libero to outside hitter in her sophomore season with the Owls. She led the team with 454 digs and was third with 242 kills.
Hayes gains academic honor
Shepherd University junior defensive lineman Robert Hayes has been named to the Capital One Academic All-District Team. Hayes, a Park View alum, boasts a 3.56 grade point average as a fitness and exercise science major. On the field, Hayes has produced 25 tackles, two sacks and blocked two kicks through nine games.
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