COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Keystone Falls To Lady Monarchs
Kelsey Gabriele scored in overtime to give King’s College a 1-0 win over Keystone College in a field hockey match Monday.
Kelley O’Keefe sent a cross from the right side that Gabriele knocked in the net for her fourth goal of the season. Megan Novak had two saves for Keystone (2-3).
Christian Toussaint scored two goals for Penn State Scranton in a 6-2 loss to Berkeley College.
Honesdale graduate Clay Martin had 21 saves for Scranton (0-2).
Two Clarks Summit University athletes were among the Colonial States Athletic Conference weekly award winners for the period ending Sunday.
Junior Abigail Haines was named women’s cross country Runner of the Week after she finished first in the CSAC Preview Meet. Haines covered the 6K course in
26 minutes, 41.30 seconds.
Sophomore Simone Stewart was chosen women’s soccer Player of the Week for scoring four goals in an 8-1 victory over Penn State-Schuylkill.
■ Keystone College senior Kayla Bain was selected CSAC field hockey Player of the Week for her two-goal, one-assist performance against Keuka. Bain now has 22 career goals, which ranks third in program history, and 12 career assists, which is tied for fifth
Two other Keystone athletes made the CSAC honor roll in their respective sports.
Men’s soccer player Carlos Bonilla, a sophomore, was cited for scoring game-winning goals against Cazenovia and Penn State-Hazleton.
Women’s soccer goalkeeper Rebekah Shepherd, a junior, was recognized for totaling 32 saves in matches against SUNY-Delhi and Moravian. Twenty of those stops came against Delhi in double overtime, tying a school record.
■ Marywood University had four players honored by the Atlantic East Conference.
David Haines was chosen men’s cross country Runner of the Week. The sophomore took second at the Misericordia Cougar Classic in 28:26.7.
Jenna Dickey was selected field hockey Offensive Player of the Week. The junior had two goals and one assist in a 7-1 victory over Oswego State.
Zac Lloyd was named men’s soccer Offensive Player of the Week. The junior had four goals in two matches, including a hat trick in a 4-3 overtime win over Albright College.
Jordan Vossler made the women’s volleyball honor roll. The junior averaged
5.8 digs per set during a
3-1 week for the Pacers.
■ University of Scranton sophomore Megan Gallagher was tabbed Landmark Conference field hockey Offensive Athlete of the Week. Gallagher collected
7 points (1 goal, 5 assists) in wins over Misericordia, King’s and Arcadia.
Scranton sophomore Tarquin McGurrin, a Scranton Prep graduate, was named Landmark Conference men’s tennis Athlete of the Week for capturing titles at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles at the King’s College Fall Invitational.
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