Four Goldey-Beacom student athletes garner weekly honors from the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference including men’s soccer sophomore Nicolas Jaramillo, of Cali, Colombia; women’s soccer junior Cliona Crammond, of Wicklow, Ireland; volleyball freshman Breanne Haley, of Elkton, Maryland; and men’s cross-country junior Jono Hooper, of Brisbane, Australia.
Jaramillo scored in second overtime to give Goldey-Beacom a 2-1 victory Sept. 23 over Bloomfield. Jaramillo’s first goal of the season and third career goal puts Goldey-Beacom in fourth place in the league.
Crammond scored twice Sept. 20 for Goldey-Beacom in the squad’s 3-1 road victory at Wilmington. She tapped in a free kick from senior Amy Runciman, of Luton, England, to give the Lightning a 1-0 lead and then converted a free kick in the second half for the final, giving her three goals this season, 13 career goals.
Haley ended the week with 50 kills, 30 digs, five aces and three blocks during three matches. She dominated play Sept. 23 against Felician, getting 25 kills and 15 digs with two aces and a block in Goldey-Beacom’s 3-1 win. Haley also got 14 kills and 10 digs Sept. 22 at Jefferson to go with 11 kills Sept. 19 at Holy Family.
Hooper finished third Sept. 22 in 29 minutes and 01.9 seconds at the GBC Fall Classic. It was his third top-20 finish in as many races this season and helped the Lightning close third.