Page 48 - Menlo Magazine: Summer/Fall 2018
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Quarterback Jack Heneghan, a Dartmouth ’18 and Menlo ’14 gradu- ate, signed a contract as an undrafted free agent with the San Francisco 49ers and participated in rookie minicamp in Santa Clara this spring. In four years at Dartmouth, he earned 19 starts in 22 games and completed 437 of 717 at- tempts for 4,900 yards
and 28 touchdowns. He also rushed 126 times
for 389 yards and four touchdowns.
After his senior season at Dartmouth, QB Jack Heneghan signed with the San Francisco 49ers as a rookie free agent
Mason Brady ’16 started 12 games as a sophomore attack for Colby College, finishing third on the team with 11 goals and with a team-leading 17 assists. He also had nine ground balls and caused three turnovers for Colby, which went 6-7 overall.
Alyssa Sherman ’14, a Haverford senior defender, was named to the North All-Star team by the IWLCA, a panel of collegiate coaches. She started all 17 games and was first on the team in caused turnovers and second with 29 ground balls for the Fords, which went 12-5 and advanced to the confer- ence playoffs. ... William & Mary sophomore middie Nikky Price ’16 had a goal and an assist against No. 3-ranked Mary- land. ... Chelsea Sahami ’16 started all 12 games in which she played, picked up 22 ground balls, and forced a team-high 19 turnovers as a sophomore defender for Redlands. ... Mid- fielder Sophia Donovan ’17 tallied 20 goals and four assists in her first season for USC. ... Colorado College goalie Alena Stern ’17 went 14-4-0
and had 148 saves in
her freshman season,
lifting the Tigers to
the NCAA Div. III
semifinals. ... Indira
Varma ’17 appeared
in all 19 games as a
freshman for Ithaca,
posting 12 goals
and five assists
and collecting 13
ground balls.
Haverford senior defender Alyssa Sherman ’14 was selected to the regional all-star team
At the University Athletic Association Championships, Carnegie Mellon sophomore Jocelyn Chan ’16 swam the 100 butterfly in 58.20, third best on the team for the season.
Penn freshman Darcy Matsuda ’17 was named to the USA Gymnastics National Collegiate Championships All-America second team (beam) after earning a mark of 9.825 and was named all-conference second team (beam and floor). She competed in all 12 meets on beam and 11 on floor, notching a season high score of 9.850 on beam.
In her first season, Darcy Matsuda ’17 was a top scorer for Penn gymnastics on beam and floor
 Photo by the San franciSco 49erS
Photo by hunter Martin
Photo by DaviD Sinclair PhotograPhy

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