Hammert Helps University Of Scranton Roll Past Alvernia

September 2, 2018

Scranton Prep graduate Justin Hammert had a goal and an assist to lead the University of Scranton to a 4-1 win over Alvernia on Saturday in a men’s soccer game.

The Royals (2-0) scored three times in the first 18 minutes of the second half to break open a game that was scoreless at halftime. Riley Smith, Matt Bolock and Nick Kapelewski all scored for Scranton.

Dickinson 4, Keystone 2

At Carlisle, Frederick Cisse had a goal and an assist to lead Dickinson College.

The Red Devils scored three goals in the first half to take a 3-1 lead. Chris Bonilla and Harrinson Cordoba scored for Keystone (1-1).

Women’s soccer

Jamie Hreniuk scored two goals for the second straight game to lead the University of Scranton to a 3-0 win over Kean.

Erica Licari scored in the 12th minute to give Scranton (2-0) a lead and Hreniuk scored twice in a 2:30 span late in the second half. Colleen Berry had five saves to earn the shutout.

Albright 5, Marywood 2

At Reading, Lauren Haley had a hat trick to lead Albright.

Ashley Kruchinsky scored in the third minute for Marywood but Albright answered as Haley scored twice as the Lions took a 2-1 halftime lead. Haley scored again early in the second half and Albright added two more goals in an 18-minute span to take a 5-1 lead.

Kassandra Riemer also scored for Marywood (0-1).

Clarks Summit 7, Valley Forge 1

At Clarks Summit, Shelby Brownlee scored three goals to lead Clarks Summit University.

Ashley Christiansen had a goal and three assists for the Lady Defenders (1-0) and Simone Stewart had two goals and two assists.

Field hockey

Angela Sanchez had two goals and an assist to lead Marywood University to a 4-2 win over Manhattanville College in the consolation game of the Betty Richey Tournament at Vassar College.

Lexi Crites gave Manhattanville a 1-0 lead, but Sanchez tied the game 17 seconds later and then assisted on Jenna Dickey’s goal to give the Pacers (1-1) a 2-1 lead. Gwyneth Gleason also scored for Marywood.

Molloy 2, Keystone 0

At Rockville Centre, New York, Zoe Norton and Nadia Elcock each scored a goal to lead Molloy College.

Megan Novak had six saves for Keystone (0-1).

Women’s volleyball

The University of Scranton split a pair of matches at the Scranton Invitational, defeating Brockport, 3-1, and losing to Eastern, 3-0.

Kristin Kirwan had 16 kills and 10 digs for the Royals (3-1) against Brockport and Megan Monastra had nine kills and 13 digs. Kindler Norman had 26 assists against Eastern and Jillian Graham had 11 kills.

■ Clarkson University defeated Marywood University, 3-1, at the North Country Invitational.

Gabriella Santos had eight kills for the Pacers (0-3) and Sara Burgos had 20 assists and nine digs.

■ Keystone College dropped a pair of matches at the Captains Classic, losing, 3-0, to host Christopher Newport and Susquehanna.

Taylor Beatty and Kristen Larkin each had five kills for Keystone (0-4) against Christopher Newport and Amanda Hardy had 15 assists. Pamela Heitman had 12 digs against Susquehanna and Victoria Homfeld had nine kills.

■ Clarks Summit University opened its season with one win and two losses at a quad match at Lycoming College. The Lady Defenders defeated Penn College, 3-0, and lost, 3-0, to Wilkes University and Lycoming College.

Kara Brown had 10 kills and seven digs for Clarks Summit (1-1) against Penn College and Alexa Wagner had nine assists.

Men’s cross country

North Pocono graduate David Haines finished first to lead Marywood University to a 15-50 win over Immaculata University.

Haines finished the 6K race in 21:04 and the Pacers swept the top seven spots. Chris Golembeski was second in 21:34 and Holy Cross graduate Nate Skrutski was third in 23:03.

Women’s cross country

Scranton graduate Katie Shea finished first to lead Marywood University to a 23-32 win over Immaculata University.

Shea finished the 4K race in 18:01, Lackawanna Trail graduate Ashleigh Clarke was second in 18:27 and North Pocono graduate Kaleigh Orr was fifth in 19:19.

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