Anacostia resident and DeMatha High School graduate John Berry, who will graduate from Williams College in the spring, was named to the American Football Coaches Association's Good Works Team for NCAA Divisions I-AA, II and III and the NAIA. The team honors student-athletes who have shown exceptional dedication to the betterment of their communities.

Berry, who is working as an assistant coach at Williams this season, donated a kidney to his brother in June. The transplant ended John Berry's playing career as a defensive back, even though he had one season of eligibility remaining.

Virginia TE Casey Crawford (O'Connell) was named to the Division I-A team for various volunteer efforts.

* WOMEN'S SOCCER: Senior F Angela Hucles scored the game-winning goal with under three minutes remaining to lead No. 15 Virginia past No. 8 Stanford, 3-2, in Charlottesville.

With Virginia (5-2) trailing 2-0 with midway through the second half, Virginia senior F Jill Maxwell scored twice within a seven-minute span to tie the game.

* READY?: Arkansas QB Clint Stoerner said he threw with less pain in his injured shoulder on Thursday and may start today's game against Alabama.

Stoerner suffered a separated right (throwing) shoulder during Arkansas's 44-6 win over Louisiana-Monroe last Saturday.