Cornell: Turner-Carroll graduate Ka’Ron Barnes was inducted into the university’s Athletics Hall of Fame during ceremonies held Saturday. Barnes (‘04) was the first Cornell basketball player to finish his career with at least 1,000 points, 300 rebounds, 300 assists and 100 steals. He was a unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection as a senior, when he led the conference with a 19.6 scoring average. He ranks third in career steals (150), fourth in free throws (308) and assists (327) and fifth in scoring (1,382).
Hilbert: Maryvale grad Ashley Viengmay, a fifth-year senior, set a school single-game volleyball dig record when she posted 30 last Wednesday against Alfred State. Viengmay, who received an extra season via a medical hardship waiver, is on pace to set school single-season marks for digs and digs per set.
William Smith: Nichols graduate Zoe Jackson Gibson was named Liberty Conference defensive performer of the week in women’s soccer as the Herons recorded three victories by shutout. Jackson Gibson, a senior defender, was a force on the back line as the Herons allowed just one shot on goal in each of the three wins.