Sports in Brief: September 4
September 3, 2009
Volleyball: Moloney named CAA Rookie of the Week
Freshman Jordyn Moloney was named CAA Rookie of the Week after posting the College’s only two double-doubles during the Tribe Invitational last weekend. In her first weekend of collegiate action, the Canadian native racked up 42 assists and 10 digs Friday night against the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore. In the marquee matchup of the weekend versus Ohio State University Saturday night, she made 37 assists along with 14 digs.
Men’s Soccer: Voss ’06 named to USASA amateur soccer team
Former Tribe defenseman Clayton Voss ’06 was named to the United States Adult Soccer Association National Amateur team. Voss starred on his club team, the Aegean Hawks, who won the 2009 USASA National Amateur Cup in July. The former College standout tallied five goals and eight assists during his collegiate career, and as a freshman, he was part of a Tribe squad that went to the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
Golf: Ritcher ’79 donates $5 million to golf programs
Former Tribe golfer Todd Ritcher ’79 recently endowed more than $5 million to the men’s and women’s golf programs. The donation, in the form of an estate commitment, will be used in perpetuity for coaches’ salaries, scholarship, and the general golf program’s operational budget. Ritcher, now a managing director for Bank of America, played for long-time golf coach and emeritus professor of kinesiology Joe Agee ’52, M. Ed. ’56.