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November 13, 2009
Vol. 51 No. 9

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Palazzi earns league award
The Liberty League honored sophomore quarterback Rich Palazzi as its football Offensive Player of the Week on Nov. 9.

Palazzi completed 15 of 22 passes for 193 yards and a career-high five touchdowns to lead Susquehanna to a 35-21 league win over WPI on Nov. 7. He threw no interceptions.
The five touchdowns are a Lopardo Stadium record. Palazzi leads the Liberty with 16 touchdown passes this year and an average of 191.6 yards passing per game.

Savard Athlete of the week again
The Landmark Conference honored junior Christie Savard as its women's swimming and diving Athlete of the Week for the second time on Nov. 9.

Savard recorded the fastest time in three events, including a school-record-breaking 400-yard individual medley performance to lead host Susquehanna past Catholic, 140-116, on
Nov. 7. Savard broke her own Susquehanna record in the 400 individual medley with the fastest time of 4 minutes, 48.99 seconds.

She also won the 100 freestyle and 200 butterfly in 57.12 seconds and 2 minutes, 14.30 seconds, respectively.

Three soccer players honored
Susquehanna placed three players on the 2009 all-Landmark Conference men's soccer team, as announced on Nov. 11.

Junior forward Jim Robertiello, junior midfielder Brandon Eisenhart and senior defender Andrew Cordell Carey each garnered second-team honors.

Robertiello has led Susquehanna in goals and points in each of the last three seasons, including five goals and 14 points this year. His three game-winning goals this year were also a team-high and currently rank just one marker behind the Landmark lead.

He led the team in assists in each of the past two seasons as well, including four helpers this year. This 2009 honor marks the third straight all-Landmark year for Robertiello, who took a second-team award in 2007 and a first-team in 2008. He was the 2007
Landmark Rookie of the Year.

Eisenhart notched a goal and two assists this season for a total of four points. As the team's top midfielder, he helped Susquehanna post three shutouts.

Cordell Carey, a 2009 co-captain, was a part of all three shutouts as well. He also scored a goal and added three assists for five points, including a game-winning goal.

This week at Susquehanna:
Women's Basketball: Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 7:00 p.m.



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