Henkhaus, Williamson Lead This Week’s College Roundup

Peter Henkhaus of Palos Verdes and Josh Williamson of Redondo Union each scored goals for Marquette on Saturday, highlighting a long list of LA-area contributing at the college level.

• Visiting Marquette blasted Jacksonville 17-1 in its opener, with redshirt freshman Josh Williamson (Redondo Union ’15) and Peter Henkhaus (Palos Verdes ’16) each contributing a goal. Henkhaus also collected two ground balls.

For Jacksonville, freshman Brett Reilly (Westlake ’16) started at attack but didn’t score on four shots. He was credited with one ground ball.

Jarrett Jones (Palos Verdes ’16) started at close defense for Georgetown and picked up five ground balls in a 16-10 loss to Notre Dame. Earlier in the week, Jones made his collegiate debut and picked up five ground balls and caused two turnovers in a 9-3 loss to High Point.

Stanny Gilbertson (Palos Verdes ’15) helped Hobart defeat Siena 16-15 with a goal, two assists and four ground balls.

Shayne Sharp (Palos Verdes, ’16), another former Sea King, started at defense for Lafayette on Friday and caused two turnovers. The Panthers lost to Wagner 9-8.

• St. John’s senior middie Nick Heller (Beverly Hills ’13) had a goal and a ground ball in the Red Storm’s 14-5 loss at Stony Brook. Freshman Erik Suh (St. Margaret’s ’16) won 5 of 7 face-offs and collected one ground ball.

Nick Bauer (Mater Dei ’16) had 3 groundballs and one caused turnover to help Princeton defeat NJIT 22-8.  Philip Thompson (Harvard Westlake ’16) was 3-for-3 on faceoffs and recovered two ground balls.

• Junior defender JJ Ntshaykolo (Thacher ’13) had three ground balls and two caused-turnovers in Brown’s 25-9 season-opening win over Quinnipiac. Jason Simaan (Corona del Mar ’16) went 1-for-4 as a reserve face-off specialist for the Bears.

• Senior Grant Consoletti (Oak Park ’12) picked up one assist in UMass’ season-opening 8-7 loss at Ohio State.

• Captain Jack Vonarb (Crespi Carmelite, ’12) had a nine-point week. Vonarb led Rollins to a 12-6 win over Young Harris on Sunday, notching four goals and an assist for a team-high five points.  He followed that up with a four-point (3g, 1a) outing in a 14-12 loss to Lenoir-Ryne on Saturday.