Holy Cross Athletics Newsstand: July 2011
Welcome to the Holy Cross Newsstand, a daily listing with links to stories from around the country on the Crusaders. Here are the stories from July of 2011.
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Bellomo makes a return with
July 31, 2011 * By Rick Rendell * Milford Daily News
Matt Bellomo was in a position he didn't want to be last year: A spectator on the Holy Cross sideline. Last summer Bellomo was poised to play a big role in the Holy Cross offense as a starting running back for the defending Patriot League champions. The former Tri-Valley League MVP and Massachusetts Gatorade Player of the Year at Holliston High was in boot-camp shape and eager to begin his junior season when he tore a hamstring early in preseason camp. . .
Back to the basics at Chris Rojik Hoop
July 21, 2011 * By Adam K. Ellis * Wareham Courier
With only 10 boys and six girls present for the Chris Rojik Summer Camp last week at Sacred Heart High School, Camp Director Chris Rojik and his staff got to have a little more one-on-one instructional time with his players this year at camp. “This is my fourth-year coming here,” Sacred Heart sophomore Sam Boiles boasted during the final day of the camp. . .
HC's Randolph hopes to Rush to pro success
July 17, 2011 * By Jennifer Toland * Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Dominic Randolph’s dream of playing in the National Football League is not over. Far from it. The former Holy Cross record-setting quarterback is nearing the end of his first season with the Chicago Rush of the Arena Football League, and he believes his experience indoors over the last four months has helped him become a better player. . .
Just a perfect day for a dip in the
July 17, 2011 * By Rachel Lenzi * Portland Press Herald
Scott Yeomans found a way to stay calm Saturday during the grueling challenge of swimming across Casco Bay. Yeomans could have sunk into a panic in the middle of the open water at the Cyrus Hagge YMCA Peaks to Portland Swim. When those moments started to set in, he looked to Beth Ansheles, his guide in a nearby kayak. . .
Pentucket product Sutherland to captain Holy Cross
July 12, 2011 * By Jean DePlacido * Newburyport Daily News
It is highly unusual for three college track captains to hail from the North Shore, but that's the situation at Holy Cross next season. Leading the Crusader women will be three outstanding seniors, Lexie Culkeen of Beverly/Bishop Fenwick, Katelyn Hartnett of Danvers and Paige Sutherland, who ran for Pentucket Regional High School and also spends a lot of time at her mother's home in Peabody. . .
Aloisi getting back to
July 9, 2011 * By Gary Fitz * Nashua Telegraph
As a high school and college athlete, Nashua’s Laura Aloisi was a tireless worker who has spent hours on her own refining her skills and conditioning her body. It paid off. Her high school teams, with her leading the way at point guard, won three state championships in four years. Aloisi went on to an outstanding college career at Holy Cross, interrupted only by a serious knee injury. . .