CANTON, NY – Janelle Bradish (Massena) of the women’s basketball team and Caty Darling (Oswego) of the women’s hockey team have been named Roos of the Week, as announced on Monday.
Bradish averaged 7.5 points, 6.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals in two games this week for the women’s basketball team. The freshman shot an accurate 60 percent from the field in just 22.5 minutes per outing. She registered 10 points, five rebounds and three steals in a setback to Houghton College.
Bradish followed that up with five points, eight rebounds and two steals in a loss to Clarkson University. The women’s basketball team has completed the 2013 portion of its schedule and will return to the hardwood January 5 when they host Wells College at 3 p.m. in the Roos House.
Darling had a strong weekend for the women’s hockey team showing great leadership on the ice in both games. “She was our best defender Friday and led by keeping things simple and executing our game plan,” said Head Coach Melissa Lomanto. The junior made her first start of the season in Saturday’s contest. Darling has appeared in 36 games during her career as a Roo tallying one goal and eight assists.
The women’s hockey team has completed its 2013 slate and will return to the ice in the New Year when it hosts Utica College at 3 p.m. in the Roos House. Stay up to date with the latest news directly from the SUNY Canton Athletics department by “liking” us on Facebook and “following” our Twitter account.
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