Lyco men finish Red Devil Classic with win
Three players scored, including two in the second half, as the Lycoming College men’s soccer team came from behind to defeat Washington College, 3-1, in the final day of the Red Devil Classic on Sunday at Dickinson College.
The Warriors (5-0) are off to their best start since 1997 when that team also started 5-0, as the team has posted 2-0 weekends at tournaments twice this season, sweeping the Gilmore Alumni Classic as well.
After falling behind 1-0 on a Michael Holowesko goal in the 18th minute, Lycoming answered with a goal from senior Jordan Logan when junior Jake Webb found him for his first assist of the season in the 31st minute. The goal was the third of Logan’s season and the 27th of his career, tying him for seventh in school’s record book with Courtney Walters (1985-88).
• Senior Jordan Lazarich moved within a goal of the MAC Commonwealth women’s soccer lead in scoring, but a pair of late goals, one in overtime, helped Kean University, sneak away with a 2-1 win on the second day of the Drew Fall Festival.
The Warriors’ lone shot on goal was the scoring strike from Lazarich, as she notched her 51st career goal in the 65th minute to give Lycoming the 1-0 advantage. It was Lazarich’s fourth goal in the last three games.
• The Lock Haven field hockey team turned in another dominating effort on the road and the Bald Eagles shut out host Siena College. It marked LHU’s second straight shutout on the road.
The Bald Eagles outshot Siena, 20-7, and got goals from three different players including Emily Robb, Alyscia Smith and Dana-Lee De Gannes.
• The Bucknell women’s golf team received four scores in the 70s, led by a 6-over-par 76 from freshman Erin Holmes, and finished in second place at the Bucknell Invitational, which concluded Sunday at the Bucknell Golf Club. The Bison’s final-round team score of 312 was the best in the field, but it was not enough to overcome Yale’s big lead after 36 holes.
Two Bison finished in the top 10 and all five placed in the top 17 of the individual standings. Senior Lindsay Dodovich, who shot an even-par 70 in Saturday’s second round, was the lone Bison not to post a score in the 70s in round three. She finished with an 80, and her 54-hole total of 232 put her in sixth place.
Freshman Casey Morrow shot her third consecutive 79 to finish in ninth place at 237 total. Holmes’ final-round 76 was the fourth-best score in the field, and she tied for 12th place at 243.
• Tenth-ranked Harvard edged the No. 16 Bucknell men’s water polo team, 10-9, on an Austin Sehcrest goal scored in the final minute of regulation at the Princeton Invitational.
The Bison had a chance to net the equalizer in the final 30 seconds after Rade Joksimovic and Marko Djordjevic drew back-to-back exclusions. But the Crimson (5-2) managed to block Joksimovic’s last shot to defeat Bucknell by a goal for the second-straight game.
Lycoming 3, Washington 1
WC–Michael Holowesko (James Strine), 17:40; LC–Jordan Logan (Jake Webb), 30:01; LC–Daniel Anwanwan (Abdullah Abdi), 47:59; LC–Duc Momo, 57:50.
Shots: Lycoming 18, Washington 8. Corner kicks: Lycoming 1, Washington 1. Saves: Washington 8, Lycoming 3.
Kean 2, Lycoming 1
LC–Jordan Lazarich, 64:21; KU–Kendall Machak (Mallory Noordeloos), 71:26; KU–Adrianna Mouzakis (Emily Jurcsek), 91:43.
Shots: Kean 32, Lycoming 5. Corner kicks: Kean 8, Lycoming 3. Saves: Lycoming 8, Kean 0.
College field hockey
Lock Haven 3, Siena 0
LHU–Emily Robb, 25:37; LHU–Alyscia Smith (Dana-Lee De Gannes), 39:05; LHU–De Gannes (Michele Enck), 48:49.
Shots: Lock Haven 20, Siena 7. Penalty corners: Lock Haven 9, Siena 5. Saves: Siena 8, Lock Haven 4.