<h3>Penn athletes take weekly honors</h3><P> The Collegiate Sprint Football League announced its weekly awards yesterday, and the hardware was shipped directly to Franklin Field.<P> The CSFL named Penn's Mark Gannon Offensive Player of the Week and gave the Quakers' John Clarke top honors on the defensive side of the ball. Both were integral to Penn's 20-0 domination of Cornell this past Friday.<P> Gannon, a sophomore running back on coach Bill Wagner's squad, fueled the Red and Blue offense against Cornell. He rushed for 106 yards and two touchdowns in the Quakers victory.<P> The Bethesda, Md., native notched a touchdown on a three-yard run in the first quarter and again in the fourth on a five-yard effort.<P> Gannon seems to always play his best against the Big Red. Last fall in his first-ever collegiate contest, Gannon rushed for 111 yards and a 60-yard touchdown at Cornell.<P> Clarke, a senior linebacker and captain for the Quakers, had a banner day on defense against the Big Red.<P> Individually, he had nine tackles, which included one sack. He also deflected a pass and intercepted a ball that he ran back for 24 yards.<P> Penn field hockey forward Ali Corsi was named to the Ivy League's weekly Honor Roll. The sophomore scored two goals with less than five minutes remaining in the Quakers 3-1 win over Lafayette last Wednesday.<P> Penn volleyball junior Kelly Szczerba also found her way onto the Ivy Honor Roll. She recorded 31 kills and 29 digs in the team's four matches last week.<P> -- Will Ulrich<P> <h3>Gloger cleared to sign with UCLA</h3><P> Spencer Gloger, the basketball swingman who played his freshman year at Princeton last season, is now a student-athlete at UCLA.<P> The Daily Princetonian reported yesterday that the former blue-chip recruit received the clearance he needed from Princeton in order to sign with the Bruins.<P> A member of Gloger's family confirmed that the Southern California native was on the Westwood campus on Monday to sign scholarship papers.<P> Princeton Athletic Director Gary Walters confirmed that Gloger had been given clearance by the university.<P> Gloger was second on the Tigers in scoring last season with an average of 12.1 points per game. That was second to center Chris Young, who has also left Princeton to play professional baseball.<P> -- W.U.<P> <P> <P>Comments powered by Disqus
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