• Moorhead Named Offensive Coordinator of the Year
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    Moorhead Named Offensive Coordinator of the Year

    NEWS: First-year assistant coach Joe Moorhead has been selected as the 247Sports Offensive Coordinator of the Year. Moorhead spearheaded an offensive attack that helped the Nittany Lions capture the 2016 Big Ten Championship and a Rose Bowl berth.

  • Gretchen Bowie and Madison Morris Tabbed to BIG EAST Honor Roll
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    Gretchen Bowie and Madison Morris Tabbed to BIG EAST Honor Roll

    Feb. 20, 2017 • BIG EAST Release • Follow @StJohnsSoftball on Twitter QUEENS, N.Y. -- After helping the St. John's softball team win three games at the `Strike-Out Cancer' Tournament in Boca Raton, Fla., Gretchen Bowie and Madison Morris received a spot on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll by the league's conference offices on Monday afternoon. In her fifth collegiate game, Bowie was only a single shy of the cycle as she went 3-for-3 with a grand slam, triple, double, walk and stolen base against Savannah State to finish the game with four RBIs and three runs scored. Overall, the rookie from Sparta, N.J., batted .400 (6-for-15) with five RBIs and slugged .800 for the weekend. Morris was nearly unhittable

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    Anika Apostalon Named Pac-12 Women's Swim, Dive Scholar-Athlete Of The Year

    Feb. 21, 2017 Senior Anika Apostalon, an All-American who helped USC to NCAA and Pac-12 relay titles last year as well as a playing an integral part in the Trojans’ first-ever Pac-12 team crown in 2016, has been named the Pac-12’s 2017 Scholar-Athlete of the Year for Women’s Swimming and Diving. The award, which is presented in each of the 23 sports the Pac-12 sponsors, was established to honor collegiate student-athletes that are standouts both academically and in their sports discipline. “There are few more deserving of such an honor,” USC Coach Dave Salo said. “Anika takes her life seriously and wants to be the best that she can be at all that she does. It's no surprise that she would be honored