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   M E N L O M A G A Z I N E
                     ATHLETICS HIGHLIGHTS
David Farnham ’16, a sophomore infielder at Dickinson, had seven RBI in 15 games. ... Sophomore right-hander Rylan Pade ’16 made three relief appearances for Brown. ... Carson Gampell ’16 started 34 of 35 games for Grinnell, batted .317 with 18 runs, including three homers, and was second on the team with 31 RBI. A sophomore first baseman, he also had 276 put-outs. ... Freshman right-hander Griff McGarry ’17 struck out 22 in 11 appearances and 17.2 innings for Virginia,
which went 29-25 overall.
... Ben Somorjai ’17 batted .260 with 16 RBI, starting 21 of 24 games for Haverford. The freshman catcher had 136 put-outs and 19 assists. ... University of Chicago fresh- man RHP Chandler Yu ’17 posted a 2-1 mark with a 4.88 ERA and 19 strikeouts in nine appearances, including three starts, the first of which came against Grinnell and former teammate Carson Gampell.
Carson Gampell ’16 batted .317 with 31 RBI as a sophomore at Grinnell
Seniors Bobby Roth and Ryan Young, both Menlo Class of ’14, wrapped up a 12-14 season for Colorado College. Young, a swingman, averaged 5.4 points and 4.3 rebounds, starting 25 games. A second-year starter, he shot .379 from three-point range and was third on the team with 21 steals. Roth, a guard, started 11 of the 12 games he played, averaging 8.8 points and posting 21 assists.
Menlo 2014 graduates Bobby Roth (no. 5) and Ryan Young (no. 33) wrapped up their senior seasons at Colorado College
Drew Edelman ’13 has signed with A. S. Ramat Hasharon,
a Division I professional team in Ramat Hasharon, Israel, a suburb of Tel Aviv. Edelman led UC Santa Barbara in scoring, averaging 16.2 points and 9.6 rebounds per game. She was among the Big West Conference leaders in both categories, with a field goal percentage of .570. She was named to the All-Big First Team West. Edelman played her first two seasons at USC, where she redshirted one season and graduated with honors in three years. After graduation, she transferred to UCSB, where she earned her master’s degree in June. ...
Sam Erisman ’17 averaged 7.4 points and had 47 assists and 28 steals, playing in 21 games as a freshman guard at Sonoma State.
University of North Carolina freshman Lindsay Miller ’17 rowed on the second varsity four, which advanced to the At- lantic Coast Conference Championships Petite Four final and finished ninth overall.
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