Frontierís Reville signs with Daemen soccer
Thursday June 13, 2013 | By:The Sun Staff | Sports
Midfielder Chrissy Reville of Hamburg is among Daemen College head womenís soccer coach Dan Dolanís seven-player 2013 recruiting class, as announced recently. eville headlines Dolanís 2013 class.
A four-year letter-winner for the Frontier Falcons, Reville was a three-time Second Team All-ECIC pick before earning First Team honors as a senior. She was also part of a New York State Scholar Athlete Team and a National Honor Society member while earning seven additional varsity letters in track and field and basketball. Reville, who played her club soccer for Blackwatch Soccer Club and Niagara Falls United, will major in Physical Therapy at Daemen. The seven signees join a team that is coming off an 11-9 season that culminated in winning eight of their final nine games en route to the United States Collegiate Athletic Association National Championship. Dolanís squad begins defense of that title while also joining the East Coast Conference of NCAA Division II this fall.
Elsewhere, Erie Community College sophomore Brian Barry of Derby will continue his college career at Georgetown College in Kentucky, where heíll join Katsí teammate Vinny Sherman of North Collins.
Barry, a Lake Shore High School graduate, comes off a NJCAA Division III All-America First Team selection. An outfielder/pitcher, he hit .464 this past season with a school-record 71 runs batted to go with 24 doubles and 12 home runs. Barry also recorded a 6-3 record as a pitched and struck out a team-high 66 batters in 58 innings. Barryís 71 RBI, 24 doubles, and .837 slugging percentage led the NJCAA Division III. His 12 homers was third in the nation while his batting average was seventh. Barry, who was also named the 2013 Region III Most Valuable Player.
Also continuing to play at the collegiate level after two standout seasons at ECC is Rylie Bean of Hamburg, who will play womenís volleyball at Ithaca College. The Frontier High School graduate will now play under coach Janet Donovan after two successful seasons of play for Lady Kats, including being becoming the programís first All-American First Team selection as a freshman.
If anyone can renew past Monsignor Martin successes and bring stability to the...
Medina, Lotocki help Fredonia to Fla. winsFredonia State softball closed out...