Wagner (6-5, 3-4 in the Northeast Conference) had its season end
Saturday with a 35-14 loss to the University of San Diego. Sciarra
had a rushing touchdown for the Seahawks.
At St. Francis, Sciarra was a varsity starter for three seasons.
He threw for 6,835 yards and 63 touchdowns while leading St. Francis
to two CIF Southern Section Division III semifinal appearances.
Sciarra completed five passes for 75 yards at UCLA during three
seasons at the school, one of which was redshirted.
Ryan Shaw (St. Francis, 2001), senior, UC Davis men's soccer --
The 5-foot-8 Shaw, who was the 2001 News-Press All-Area co-Player of
the Year, ended his Aggie career as the all-time leader in goals (43)
and points (98). With Shaw, who helped St. Francis win the CIF
Southern Section Division IV championship in 2001, UC Davis finished
6-10-2 this season.
Shaw, who scored a St. Francis school-record 30 goals in 2001,
broke Peter Faeth's (1990-93) school record of 39 career goals at UC
Davis. With a last-minute goal at Sacramento State on Nov. 9, he
raised his collegiate career goal total to 43. Earlier this season,
Shaw broke Matt DeJong's school record of career points (82).
Daniel Paladini (St. Francis, 2002), junior, Cal State Northridge
men's soccer -- The 2002 News-Press All-Area Player of the Year has
excelled as a midfielder/forward with the Matadors (11-5-2, 6-2-2 in the Big West Conference) this season.
Paladini has started 12 of CSUN's 18 matches, earning three goals
and eight assists for 14 points. He's tied for the team lead in
assists with Yossi Raz, and finished the regular season with 16 shots
Paladini received All-Big West Conference honors, earning
first-team honors for the first time. CSUN finished second in the
conference behind UC Santa Barbara.
The Matadors are 9-2-2 in their past 13 matches, and will make
their third consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament with a
first-round match at noon Saturday at Loyola Marymount.
Matt Hahn (Glendale, 2002), sophomore driver, Pepperdine
University men's water polo -- The 6-foot-5 Hahn, who was named the
2002 News-Press James H. Jenkins Male Athlete of the Year, is tied