Lyco men reach win record

Sainclair Tueno netted two first-half goals to lead the Lycoming College men’s soccer team to a 3-0 win over Hood in a MAC Commonwealth match on Saturday afternoon. The win for Lycoming (16-2 overall, 7-1 MAC Common­wealth) clinches the best regular season in program history as the most wins in a regular season was previously held by the 1994 squad with 15 wins.

Lock Haven tied California, 1-1, as Reggie Holt scored the equalizer.

Penn College netted a trio of first half scores en route to a 5-1 win over SUNY Cobleskill.

• In women’s soccer, Penn College’s 8-0 win over SUNY Cobleskill clinced a third straight NEAC playoff berth. It visits Keuka Tuesday.

Taylor Gessner headed in the game-winning goal late in the second overtime to lift Lycoming past Hood, 4-3.

Lock Haven finished the regular season with a 1-0 win over California as Haleigh Swam scored.

• In women’s volleyball, Lock Haven dropped a PSAC home match 3-0 to California. Gabrielle Stick had 12 kills in the loss.

• In field hockey, Katie Lipski ended her career with an untamed goal at the end of regulation in Mansfield’s 3-1 loss at No. 2 East Stroudsburg in the season finale. Mansfield (8-10, 3-7) finished eighth in the PSAC.

• In cross country, backed by two-time champion Christine Bendzinski, Bucknell’s women won the Patriot League championship for the third year in a row, at Lehigh. Bendzinski covered the 6K course in 20:52 to become Bucknell’s third multiple champion, and the Bison claimed the team title for the 11th time. Will Bordash earned First Team All-Patriot League honors with a seventh-place finish, and the Bucknell men placed fifth.

The Lock Haven men won their 8th annual Go Fast River Run, as Michael Lewis’ 26:37 was fourth. The women for Lock Haven placed fourth, led by Elizabeth Duguid’s 24:05 for eighth.

Rachel Fritz ran a 25:03.5, the fourth fastest time in program history, to lead the Lycoming women to a 12th-place finish out of 16 on the 6k course and the men finished 16th on the 8k course at the Middle Atlantic Conference Championships at Delaware Valley.

Jersey Shore grad Sidney Trunzo of Penn College placed fifth at the NEAC women’s championships in 26:28 hosted by Morrisville. It was the highest finish in the NEAC Championship in program history. Josh Velez propelled Penn College to a second place finish with a silver-medal performance in 28:40.

• In men’s basketball, Nana Foulland tallied 22 points and nine rebounds, but Bucknell dropped an exhibition game at Towson, 93-86. Proceeds from the game will go to the Salvation Army to benefit victims of the recent hurricanes.

MEN’S SOCCER

Lycoming 3, Hood 0

L – Sainclair Tueno (Kyle Mizell) 1; L – Tueno (Jered Moses) 41; L – Alex Henry (PK) 73

Shots: Hood 10, Lycoming 26 Saves: Hood 6 (Danny Castillo 6), Lycoming 5 (Caleb Herrin 1; Chris Solecki 3; Ryan Litterer 1)

Records: Hood (8-9-1, 2-5-1 MACC) vs. Lycoming (16-2, 7-1 MACC)

Cal 1, Lock Haven 1

C – Anthony Papagergiou 37; L – Reggie Holt (Christian Wieand) 43

Shots: LHU 19, Cal 15. Corners: LHU 5, Cal 3. Saves: LHU 8, Cal 6.

Records: Cal 2-13-1, 2-8-1. Lock Haven 6-8-4, 3-6-2.

Penn College 5,

SUNY Cobleskill 1

PC – Daniel Hibbs (PK) 11; P – Mike Gonzalez 18; P – Hibbs; S – Moussa Bamba 28; P – Hibbs (Austin Dowrick) 67; P – Dowrick (Mike Gonzalez) 70

Shots: PC 9, S 9. Corners: PC 3, S 2. Saves: PC 3, S 2.

Records: Penn College 8-11-1, 5-5-1, SUNY Cobleskill 6-10-2, 4-5-1.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Penn College 8,

SUNY Cobleskill 0

P – Ashley Donat 1, P – Donat (Ashley Brown) 4; P – Hanna Williams (Hailee Hartman) 6; P – Hartman 26; P – Olivia Mugo (Jane Herman) 29; P – Murgo (Tayla Derr) 39; P – Jane Herman 56; P -Jenna Rejman (Chrissy Webber) 75

Shots: PC 30, S 0. Corners: PC 8, S 0. Saves: PC 0. S 0.

Records: SUNY Cobleskill 0-15, 0-9 NEAC. PC 9-7-3, 6-2-2.

Lycoming 4, Hood 3

H – Melissa Meritt (Jordan Bailey) 1; L – Jordan Lazarich (Elle Sarracco) 6; L – Sarraco (Madi McConnell) 14; L – Sarracco 45 H- Jasmine Mangle 47; H – Michaela Provinzano 53; L – Taylor Gessner (McConnell) 109

Shots: Hood 13, Lycoming 39 Saves: Hood 16 (Olivia Feinberg 12; ReidAnn Sever 4), Lycoming 7 (Joelle Winey 7)

Records: Hood 7-10-1, 0-8. Lycoming 5-12-1, 1-7.

Lock Haven 1, California 0

L – Haleigh Swam 29

Shots: LHU 14, Cal 4. Corners: LHU 4, Cal 8. Saves: LHU 2, Cal 5.

Records: Cal 3-12-2, 3-11-2, LHU 6-11-0, 5-11-0.

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

California 3,

Lock Haven 0

Scores: 25-12, 25-20, 25-18

CAL – Leaders: Kills Lois van Schaik (16), Rachel Priore (13), Emily Bucklin (5); Aces Jensen Silbaugh (4), Ashley Leto (3), Samantha Raidt (2); Blocks Lois van Schaik (4), Emily Bucklin (4), Rachel Priore (2); Assists Samantha Raidt (21), Taylor Solo (13), Marisa Fanelli (1); Digs Jensen Silbaugh (16), Ashley Leto (11), Samantha Raidt (10)

LHU – Leaders Kills Gabrielle Stick (12), Veronica Morrison (10), Gloria Kroh (6); Aces Holly Shoemaker (1), Shaye Whiteman (1); Blocks Chloe Williams (2), Gabrielle Stick (2), Angela Napolitano (1); Assists Kristen Nealon (28), Shaye Whiteman (3), Gabrielle Stick (1); Digs Shaye Whiteman (18), Kristen Nealon (11), Holly Shoemaker (10)

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