Football:

After Saturday's 17-0 shutout of New Hampshire, William and Mary entered The Sports Network's FCS poll at No. 23 and was tied for 24th in the coaches' poll.

Also from the Colonial Athletic Association, top-25 teams include Maine (No. 8 in TSN, No. 9 in coaches' poll), Towson (13, 11), Delaware (15, 21), James Madison (22, 18) and UNH (25th in TSN poll). ...

W&M sophomore linebacker Luke Rhodes was named the Colonial Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Week. He matched his career high with 13 tackles, including five solo stops.

It was the first time the Wildcats were shut out in 220 games, a streak dating to W&M's win in 1995.

Men's soccer:

Christopher Newport junior Jalon Brown, a Grafton High graduate, was named the Capital Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week for the third time. He assisted on the winning goal at St. Mary's (Md.), then scored the winning goal in a CAC quarterfinal against Wesley.

Field hockey:

CNU senior Shelby Judkins, from Bethel High, was named the CAC Defensive Player of the Week for the third time this year. She led a defense that limited Mary Washington to nine shots in the unbeaten Captains' 4-1 win.