The Vanderbilt women's basketball team upset No. 12 Oklahoma 76-63 Sunday night and Kady Schrann had a big hand in the victory for the Commodores.

Schrann (York Catholic) scored 10 points and was 3-for-3 from the 3-point line, helping Vanderbilt (8-3) win its fifth straight game. The 5-foot-9 sophomore guard also had 10 points in a 67-45 victory over Hartford and a season-high 14 points in a 77-67 triumph over Western Kentucky during the win streak. On the season, she's averaging 7.4 points and has 27 rebounds, 18 assists and six steals.

"Kady is the hardest worker on the team, day in and day out, therefore she just keeps improving," coach Melanie Balcomb said. "Her teammates are really feeding off her energy. I think she's getting more and more comfortable with what we do and you'll see her continuing to get more aggressive offensively."

The Commodores host the College of Charleston on Saturday in Nashville, Ten.

Garman fits right in

Freshman Klayton Garman (West York) has had little problem competing with the Lebanon Valley men's hockey team. The 5-foot-10, 155-pound forward has scored 10 goals and picked up seven assists for 17 points for the No. 21-ranked Dutchmen, who are 14-1 overall and 6-1 in the Eastern Collegiate Hockey League. He has four power play goals.

"Klayton came here as a lacrosse recruit," coach Don Parsons said. "I knew of him as far as three years ago when I tried to recruit him to play for the junior hockey team I was coaching at the time. I was very pleased to get a call from Klayton late last summer asking if he could have a spot on the hockey team and be a two-sport athlete. He had mixed emotions and wanted to concentrate on school not thinking he could do it all."

But the coach said it hasn't been a problem.

"I'm happy to say that not only has he been an immediate impact to our team but also carries at least a 3.0 GPA," Parsons said. "He is a truly gifted player with an incredible hockey sense and offensive presence. I look forward to Klayton being a key component to our team in the years to come."

Marshall seeing action

Freshman Andre Marshall (New Oxford) is seeing plenty of playing time off the bench for the Albright men's basketball team, which is 8-1 overall and 4-1 in the Commonwealth Conference.

The 6-foot-4, 190-pound guard is averaging 6.9 points with 16 rebounds, three blocked shots, three assists and three steals. He had college career-high 10 points in 10 minutes in a recent 74-62 victory over Messiah.

"Andre is doing exceptionally well, especially considering the fact that he missed the first three weeks of practice with a broken thumb," coach Rick Ferry said. "He has a high basketball IQ, good passing ability and is a constant threat to score, either off a drive or a three. We are very happy to have Andre in our program and know that his best basketball is ahead of him. He has a bright future at Albright."

Moore helping Blue Devils

Freshman Sierra Moore has been a key performer off the bench for the No. 4-ranked Duke women's basketball team, which has kicked off the season with an 8-0 record.

Moore (Delone Catholic) is a 5-foot-10 guard/forward and is seeing 12.4 minutes a game on the court for the Blue Devils. She's averaging 3.9 points with 14 rebounds, eight steals and four assists.

"Sierra is doing great," coach Joanne McCallie said. "She has been an incredible addition to our team in terms of academically, athletically, her personality, her skills and her energy. She's working very hard and giving us a huge lift off the bench. Sierra is one of the meanest and toughest competitors on the team, which really excites everyone. She's getting better every day."

Fogleman is versatile

Sophomore Jonathan Fogelman is a do-everything performer with the Lebanon Valley men's swim team. Fogelman (William Penn) swims in all the freestyle events for the Dutchmen but also competes in the 100 breaststroke, the 100 butterfly and the 200 IM.

"Jon transferred in from Arcadia," coach Mary Gardner said. "He will swim anything that I ask him to without even a blink of the eye. His best event in the 100 breaststroke and he is just two seconds away from qualifying for the championships. I'm very proud of him. He comes to practice every day and he works with our age-group swimmers as well."

McCardle leads the way

Senior Hannah McCardle (Red Land) is the leading scorer on the Cairn women's basketball team. The 5-foot-10 forward is averaging 15.7 points per game. She's also averaging 4 rebounds and has 10 assists, six steals and five blocks for the Highlanders, who are 0-6 at the start of the season. She had a season-high 21 points in a 66-34 loss to Immaculata.

"Hannah has been a tremendous leader for our young team and a huge help to me," first-year coach Walt Zamroz said. "She has accepted all of the changes the program is going through with a very positive attitude."

The coach likes the way McCardle plays hard even when the team is out-matched and down in a game situation.

"She has really improved her offensive skills," Zamroz said. "The staff has decided to do what we do offensively through Hanna and she has developed a more complete game adding perimeter skills to her usual power forward skill set."