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October 28, 2012

Caupp, Mead earn second-team honors

FROSTBURG — Gavin Caupp finished 14th and Patrick Mead was 15th, both earning second-team all-conference honors, in leading Frostburg State to a fifth-place finish in the Capital Athletic Conference Championships Saturday at Maplehurst Country Club.

 Caupp finished with a time of 28:33.45 and Mead was three second behind at 28:36.54. Freshmen Josh Biser was 59th (31:54.23), Jeremy  Brown 62nd (32:17.81) and Daniel Repchenko 63rd (32:19.54).

Tim Hartung won the individual title in 26:52.07 while leading York to the team championship with 32 points.

In the women’s meet, Jen Bower led the Bobcats, placing 54th in 28:23.60. Morgan Carroll was 60th (29:13.05), Bryn Allston 61st (29:19.07) and Sidney Castro 63rd (29:45.78) for the Bobcats, who were sixth as a team.

Mary Washington’s Tara Landy won individual honors with a time of 23:53.38. Mary Washington won the team title with 29 points, with York a close second with 35.

Field hockey

DOVER, Del. — Madison Leone scored three times as Wesley ousted Frostburg State from the Capital Athletic Conference field hockey tournament with a 6-0 win in their first-round match on Sunday.

FSU goalkeeper Maggie Edwards made nine saves in the first half to keep the Bobcats (7-14) in it despite being outshot 20-3 in the opening half. Wesley (11-8) led 2-0 at the break before Leone scored back-to-back goals in the second to pad the lead to 4-0.

Wesley ended up with a 33-10 lead in shots. Edwards finished with 14 saves and Lauren Smolla had two defensive saves for Frostburg State.

Swimming

The Bobcats were swept by Salisbury in their CAC opener on Saturday, the men losing 102-80 and the women 108-81.

Jeffrey Page won the 100-meter backstroke (1:31.24) and Jonathan Shepard won the 100 breaststroke (1:14.41), and the 200 freestyle team of Jonathan Lacher, Jesse Gregory, Caleb Stair and Shepard (1:53.98) also was victorious for Frostburg.

Lacher was second in the 400 freestyle (5:02.37) and 800 freestyle (10:33.23), Stair was runner-up in the 100 butterfuly (1:03.68), Gregory was second in the 100 freestyle (59.71) and Zwadie Coke second in the 100 breaststroke (1:31.69).

In the women’s meet, FSU got victories from Maci Quintanilla in the 100 backstroke (1:22.13), Autumn Phillips in the 100 breastroke (1:27.93) and Kaitlyn Donch in the 400 freestyle (5:14.91). The 200 freestyle team of Sara King, Elizabeth Jarrell, Donch and Johnson won with a time of 2:06.34.

Individual second-place finishes went to Donch in the 200 freestyle (2:27.03), Jaclyn Franzak in the 100 butterfly (1:16.14), Meredith Johnson in the 100 backstroke (1:25.65) and Jessica Rice in the 100 breaststroke (1:35.54).

Frostburg swims again Saturday at Washington & Jefferson.

Volleyball

WASHINGTON —  Frostburg State ended its regular season with a 3-1 losses to Bridgewater (Va.) and Catholic University in a tri-match at Catholic on Saturday.

Bridgewater (14-12) won by scores of 25-16, 25-14, 19-25 and 25-21. Maddie White had 13 kills and 20 digs, Kass Greis 22 assists and Caitlyn Droz and Andrea Armstrong 15 digs for the Bobcats (5-28).

Catholic (26-9) beat Frostburg 25-11, 25-17, 16-25, 25-22.

The Bobcats play at Mary Washington (Va.) in the first round of the CAC Tournament on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

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