Malvern Prep's Jeff Hagen was named the Inter-Ac League's Most Valuable Player in boys water polo.

It was the first time a Malvern Prep player earned the Inter-Ac MVP award since the league started in 2000.

Hagen, a senior, scored 93 goals as the Friars went 7-1 in the league and shared the title with Penn Charter.

He became Malvern Prep's all-time leading scorer with 227 career goals.

Hagen was also a strong defender, an Aacademic All-American, and accepted a scholarship to play for Division I Bucknell University.

Junior Magnus Sims was named to the All-Inter-Ac first team.

Junior goalie Pat Coffey, and senior defender Brandon Butz made the second team.

College

Men's SoccerWCU earns PSAC honors: West Chester placed four players on the All-PSAC teams, and earned two major awards.

Head Coach Michael Benn was selected as PSAC Coach of the Year, and junior central defender Dan Venuto was voted the Defensive Athlete of the Year.

Forward Conor Malarney, a West Chester Rustin graduate, joined Venuto on the first team.

Midfielder Miguel Ross, and goalkeeper Ryan Shultz were named to the second team.

Benn, in his first year as the Golden Rams head coach, led the squad to a 13-win season for the first time since 2006. The four losses were the fewest since the 1973 team went 7-4-3.

Malarney scored 11 goals in his final season, including a tie for the league lead in goals with nine. He also led the league with five game-winning goals.

Malarney ended his career in a tie for second place in West Chester history with John Hand (70-72) with his 24 career goals. Conor is fourth all-time at West Chester with 58 career points.

Venuto anchored a defense that only allowed five league goals.

Millersville's Andrew Dukes, a Downingtown East graduate, made the second team at forward.Immaculata'a Jappah makes All-CSAC team: Immaculata senior midfielder T.J. Jappah was named honorable mention on the Colonial States Athletic Conference head coaches team.

Jappah, a Coatesville graduate, started 13 matches, and finished in a three-way tie for third on the team in points with one goal and two assists.

He was also named to the CSAC Sportsmanship Team for the third straight season.Women's SoccerImmaculata players honored: Junior Rachel Gannon and junior Rebecca Stack of Immaculata made the All-Colonial States Athletic Conference second team.

Gannon, a Villa Maria graduate, was the leading scorer for Immaculata, and had the third most points in the conference with 26 on 10 goals and six assists.

Her 10 goals were tied for third most in a season in IU history, her 26 points were fourth most, and six assists put her in a tie for third.

Stack, a Bishop Shanahan graduate, was a rock defensively as the Mighty Macs surrendered just 1.36 goals per conference match. She was part of three shutouts.

Women's Cross CountryWCU's Eisman named all-region: West Chester University's Amanda Eisman, a West Chester Henderson graduate, was named an All-Atlantic Region honoree by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

Eisman raced to an 18th-place finish at the NCAA regional championships in Lock Haven with a time of 21:36.

Women's VolleyballImmaculata's Rombach honored: Immaculata sophomore outside hitter Jamie Rombach was named honorable mention on the Colonial States Athletic Conference head coaches team.

In her first season as an outside hitter after serving as the Mighty Macs' setter in 2012, Rombach recorded 216 kills, 207 digs, 32 aces, 54 assists and eight total blocks.

Sophomore middle hitter Stephanie Johler made the CSAC Sportsmanship Team.