Sean Teepen of the University of Charleston men's team has earned the West Virginia Conference soccer player of the week award.The 6-foot-4 senior keeper from Cincinnati led the Golden Eagles to a 1-0-1 week. After recording 10 saves in the 1-1 draw against Philadelphia in the season opener on Thursday, Teepen posted eight saves in the 2-1 upset of No. 4 Millersville on Sunday.Davis & Elkins rookie Taylor Morton was named the conference women's soccer player of the week. Morton guided the Senators to a 2-0 start with a goal in the season-opening win over Cedarville and notched an assist in a 1-0 win over Urbana.Concord's Andrew Ellington and Davon Marion and Glenville State's Darold Hughes were tabbed with WVC football honors.
Hughes earned the co-offensive player of the week as he accounted for six touchdowns in the Pioneers' season opener against Carson-Newman. Hughes was 31-for-51 for 305 yards and five touchdowns while adding 20 yards rushing and one TD on the ground.Marion picked up defensive honors as he sparked a rally by Concord in the 24-21 win over visiting Lenoir-Rhyne. Trailing 21-0 in the second quarter, Marion forced a fumble, recovered it and took it back for a touchdown. Marion sealed the contest for Concord with an interception in the fourth quarter.The Mountain Lions' Ellington proved to be the difference in the 24-21 win over Lenoir-Rhyne to nab the special teams award. In his first collegiate contest, Ellington connected on a 41-yard field goal for the game-winning points in the fourth quarter.Wheeling Jesuit's Jenna Pew has earned conference volleyball accolades after guiding the 25th-ranked Cardinals to a 4-0 start while playing just 13 sets at the Nova Southeastern Tournament in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Pew accounted for 46 kills, 41 assists, 12 digs and 10 blocks while being named tournament most valuable player.nn
MU SOCCER: With less than 48 hours rest after playing Bowling Green State to a 0-0 draw in double-overtime Saturday night, the Marshall men's soccer team picked up a 1-0 win over Indiana University-Perdue Fort Wayne Monday afternoon in Fort Wayne, Ind. Senior Eddy Prugh scored the lone goal for Marshall (2-0-1) in the 41st minute when he volleyed home a Tom Jackson throw-in.nn
WVU SOCCER: Following a two-hour rain delay, the No. 9 West Virginia men's soccer team fell 1-0 to No. 15 Wake Forest Sunday in the Nike Carolina Classic.The Mountaineers (2-2) played a man down for the final 69 minutes as freshman defender Francio Henry picked up a yellow card in the 15th minute, followed by a red card in the 21st minute, forcing him out of the match.Wake Forest (3-0) scored the game-winning goal in the 72nd minute when Lucas Gimenez sent a cross to the back post, right to the head of Sam Fink, who knocked it in.nn
PREP SOCCER: Callie McClanahan and Andrea Weiskircher scored two goals apiece to lead Hurricane (5-0-0) to a 12-0 win over visiting South Charleston in girls soccer Monday.