Falcons Come Up Short Against Harcum

November 28, 2018

Harcum College pulled away in the second half to earn a 106-91 win over Lackawanna College in a men’s basketball game Tuesday.

The Bears led by two at halftime then held Lackawanna (2-1) to 35 percent shooting in the second half.

Talek Williams had 27 points and eight rebounds for the Falcons and Keyon Faulkner-Smith had 15 points and eight rebounds.

PSU-Lehigh Valley 101

PSU-Scranton 77

At Allentown, Jeremiah Jenkins scored 37 points to lead Penn State Lehigh Valley.

Arel Lamour had 16 points for Penn State Scranton (2-2) and North Pocono graduate Brody Dial had 14 points.

Women’s basketball

Harcum College held Lackawanna College to 21 percent shooting in the first half to earn a 72-61 win.

Shaylah Green had 13 points for Lackawanna (1-3) and Taylor-Rae Stevens had 10 points.

Elmira 65, Clarks Summit 21

At Clarks Summit, Elmira College opened the game on a 20-3 run to roll to a win.

The Eagles held Clarks Summit (0-4) to 14 percent shooting, including 2 of 15 on 3-pointers.

Randie Traxler and Mikaela Meaders each scored six points for the Lady Defenders.


Gerhardt Reiter picked up a pin in the final match to give host East Stroudsburg a 26-24 win over the University of Scranton.

Junior Keegan Connelly (197) and Dan D’Agostini (285) had technical falls for the Royals (4-5).

Freshman Matthew Murawski gave the Royals their first lead, 24-20, when he won by a 16-6 major decision at 125.


Keystone midfielder Khadim Thiam and University of Scranton midfielder Jon Roberts were named to the All-Mid-Atlantic Region Third Team on Tuesday.

Thiam, a sophomore, scored three goals and had two assists.

Roberts, a junior, led Scranton with 14 points on four goals and six assists.

Meanwhile, five members of the University of Scranton women’s team netted All-Mid-Atlantic honors.

Junior defender Rebecca Russo was First Team and led a defense that allowed just 10 goals.

The other four Royals honorees were Second-Team selections: senior goalie Colleen Berry, senior midfielder Erica Licari, sophomore midfielder Erin Toburen and senior forward Jamie Hreniuk.

Berry allowed just nine goals in more than 1,600 minutes, making 67 saves.

Licari scored six goals and added two assists.

Toburen had six goals and Hreniuk led the Royals with team-high 11 goals and 24 total points.

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