Athletes of the Week: Frank Stola ’21 and Cordelia Chan ’19

Frank Stola ’21. Photo courtesy of Newsday.
Frank Stola ’21
Football
Northport, N.Y.

“Frank certainly had a big day on Saturday. It was very impressive to see someone in his first collegiate game make the type of big plays that he did. In addition to the plays he made on offense, he had a huge impact on special teams.”

– Head Coach Mark Raymond

 

Stola, a wide receiver, had seven catches for 168 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday’s win over Bowdoin. He added 70 return yards and a rushing score, as football snapped a 13-game losing streak.

 

 

 

Cordelia Chan ’19. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
Cordelia Chan ’19
Women’s golf
Windsor, Ontario, Canada

 

Cori’s game is coming together. She drove the ball, and when the driver is on, she sees a lot of birdie chances. It’s great for her to see a score under par so early in the season. She works hard at practice, and I believe we haven’t seen her best yet.”

Head Coach Tomas Adalsteinsson

 

Chan erased a five-shot deficit on Day Two of the Batchelder Invitational to take top individual honors by three strokes. Her under-par 71 on Sunday led the Ephs to a second-place team finish.