College Athletics Report: ECC’s Mueller honored
Thursday April 25, 2013 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
Eric Mueller, a sophomore forward on the Erie Community College hockey team, was named a second-team selection to the NJCAA All-America team, as announced on April 18.
Mueller of Hamburg finished the season with 37 points (16 goals/21 assists), good for second on the team. Mueller, who was a second-team All-Region III pick, recorded six points against County College of Morris on Dec. 2 and notched five points on two occasions. Mueller was named the Region III Male Athlete of the Week during the season, ECC finished 13-8 and advanced to the NJCAA Championship semifinals.
Senoztenik, Krueger selected to All-AMCC team
D’Youville setter Jay Senozetnik of Eden was named to the First-Team Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference, while outside hitter Chris Krueger of Hamburg was named to the conference’s Second-Team. D’Youville was 16-16 this season and 4-4 in AMCC play.
Senozetnik was first among all AMCC players in assists per set played (8.15), fifth in digs per set (2.05), and ninth in service aces per set (0.23). Senozetnik was a Second-Team All-AMCC selection in 2012. The four-year starter finished his career with 3,588 career assists, second on the school’s all-time list.
A four-year starter, Krueger had a career-best year with 316 kills and averaged a career-high 2.95 per set, good for fourth in the conference, and a sixth-best 0.25 service aces per set. Krueger was a Second-Team selection in 2012 and concludes his career with 724 kills,12th on the school’s career-list.
Also in college volleyball, after finishing the season ranked number one in Kills Per Set in Division III men’s volleyball, Hilbert junior Adam Weaver was named to the United Volleyball Conference’s Honorable Mention team, as voted by the 12 league coaches.
Patrone on torrid pace
Freshman Amanda Patrone of Hamburg kept up her torrid scoring pace with seven goals and two assists in Erie Community College lacrosse team improved to 5-3 with a 25-5 win over Broome CC Saturday (April 20) at Jim Ball Stadium. Patrone is third in the NJCAA with 47 points (31 goals/16 assists). She has recorded nine points now in three games this season.
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