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LOCAL COLLEGE: Elliot Powers Scranton Past Marywood

September 12, 2018 GMT

Grace Elliot scored two goals as the University of Scranton rolled to a 7-0 win over Marywood University in a women’s soccer game Tuesday.

Olivia Traphagen and Jessica Letherbarrow each had a goal and an assist for the Royals (4-0), who built a 5-0 halftime lead. Aly Moyer had five saves for Marywood (0-4).

Men’s soccer

Carlos Bonilla had a goal and an assist to lead Keystone College to a 3-1 win over Cazenovia College.

Bonilla assisted on Daniel Zuniga’s goal in the 11th minute to give the Giants a 1-0 lead. Cazenovia tied the game late in the first half but Bonilla scored in the 49th minute to give Keystone (3-2) the lead again.

Scranton 1, Misericordia 1

At Scranton, Bryce Schiltz scored in the 78th minute for the University of Scranton in a tie with Misericordia University.

Dylan Molyneaux scored early in the first half for Misericordia (1-2-2). Scranton Prep graduate Blake Hammert had five saves for Scranton (2-1-3).

Field hockey

Allie Benadon and Megan Gallagher each scored a goal to give the University of Scranton a 2-0 win over Misericordia University.

Benadon scored her first of the season 3:35 into the game and Gallagher added her third goal of the year two minutes into the second half for the Royals (4-0).

Women’s volleyball

Catherine Manning and Kristin Kirwan each had eight kills to lead the University of Scranton to a 3-0 win over Cortland. Kindler Norman had 19 assists for the Royals (7-3).

■ Jordan Skoff had seven kills and 11 aces to lead Lackawanna College to a 3-0 win over the Community College of Philadelphia. Keryne Brostoski had five kills for the Lady Falcons (1-3) and Amaya Townsend had six assists and eight aces.

Men’s golf

The University of Scranton defeated King’s College and Keystone College at Glenmaura National Golf Club. Scranton finished with 319, King’s had 354 and Keystone had 441.

Thomas McAuliffe of Scranton and Tyler Papura of King’s tied for medalist honors with 6-over 77s. Patrick Budicini and Andrew Milisits both shot 80 for the Royals. Jake Mitchell and Mike Lucadamo both shot 108 for Keystone.

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