Pack golfer out for year

From staff reportsOctober 6, 2011 

N.C. State junior All-American men's golfer Mitchell Sutton is out the remainder of the season with a wrist injury, the school announced Wednesday.

Sutton, who shared medalist honors at the NCAA Florida Regional last spring, was also named All-ACC during his sophomore season.

Cross Country

N.C. Central: Freshman Amber Brooks has been named the MEAC women's cross country student-athlete of the week for the second time this season, the conference announced Wednesday.

Brooks ran a personal-best 19:05 to win the HBCU Challenge during the Great American Cross Country Festival in Cary last Saturday.

FIELD HOCKEY

Duke: Ravenscroft junior midfielder Savannah Story has verbally committed to play field hockey at Duke.

Story was named to the NCISAA All-State Team and the TISAC All-Conference Team as a sophomore in 2010. Story's 12 goals and 13 assists helped lead the Ravens to an NCISAA state runner-up finish in 2010. Her 25 points set a new single-season school record. Story also holds the school record for points in a game with 5 points, 3 goals and 2 assists.

"It is great to see Savannah's hard work and dedication to her athletic and academic commitments culminate in such an honor," said Ravenscroft head coach Kerry Norman. "The way she approaches challenges on and off the field has a great deal to do with her achievements. "

WOMEN'S SOCCER

North Carolina: ACC player of the week Courtney Jones was named national player of the week by Soccer America Wednesday. Jones led the Tar Heels to two conference road victories at No. 10 Florida State and Miami.

Duke: Junior goalkeeper Tara Campbell has been named the Duke Student-Athlete of the Week, after leading Duke to two shutouts last week.

Campbell didn't allow a goal in 200 minutes against Virginia and Virginia Tech.

Campbell has 23 career shutouts. She has allowed one goal over the last seven matches.

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