LOCAL COLLEGE: Licari Leads Royals

September 30, 2018
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LOCAL COLLEGE: Licari Leads Royals

Erica Licari scored in the first half to give the University of Scranton a 1-0 win over Goucher in a women’s soccer game Saturday.

Licari’s goal, her fourth of the season, came on a cross from Annelise DePaulo. The Royals (8-0-1) are off to their best start since 2003 when they started 23-0-1.

Marywood 3, Clarks Summit 0

At Clarks Summit, Julie Youngman scored twice in the opening 1:54 to lead Marywood University.

Natalia Colasurdo added a goal in the 13th minute for the Pacers (3-6), who outshot Clarks Summit, 48-1. Lauryn Brown had 25 saves for the Lady Defenders (3-3).

Centenary 5, Keystone 0

At La Plume, Stephanie Williams had two goals and an assist to lead Centenary.

Chloe Christopher scored 45 seconds into the game and then assisted on Kara Police’s goal in the sixth minute as the Cyclones raced out to a 2-0 lead. Western Wayne graduate Rebekah Shepherd had 16 saves for Keystone (1-9).

Men’s soccer

Kieran Bracken and Scranton Prep graduate Justin Hammert scored as the University of Scranton snapped a six-game winless streak with a 2-0 victory over Goucher.

Bracken scored his first goal of the season in the 35th minute and Hammert added his third goal of the season in the 74th minute for the Royals (3-4-2).

Keystone 1, Bryn Athyn 0

At Bryn Athyn, Daniel Zuniga scored in overtime to give Keystone College a win.

Zuniga scored on a header off a cross from James Johnson. Erick Gomez had two saves to earn the shutout for the Giants (6-3).

Cairn 4, Clarks Summit 1

At Langhorne, Joey Weaver had a goal and two assists to lead Cairn University.

Trevor Hubbard scored in the sixth minute to give Clarks Summit (3-4) a 1-0 lead. But Cairn answered as Brett Kikendall and Brendan Keller had goals to give the Highlanders a 2-1 halftime lead.

Monroe 6, Lackawanna 0

At Rochester, New York, Isaiah Lee had three goals and an assist to lead Monroe Community College.

Lee scored both goals in the first half and assisted on Daniel Stevenson’s goal to give Monroe a 3-0 halftime lead. Vincent Whitmore had four saves for Lackawanna (2-7).

Field hockey

Jackie Martin scored in the second half to give Keystone College a 1-0 win over Notre Dame of Maryland.

Savanna Robinson assisted on the goal for the Giants (5-4), who outshot Notre Dame, 22-5.

Scranton 6, Goucher 0

At Baltimore, Maryland, Gracie McClatchy had a hat trick to lead the University of Scranton.

Amanda Gerenza scored her first two career goals for the Royals (9-1) and Caroline Mullen also scored. Jenna Cyr made five saves to earn her fourth shutout of the season.

Women’s volleyball

Taylor Beatty had 10 kills and eight digs to lead Keystone College to a 3-1 win over Wilson. Victoria Homfeld had six kills and 18 digs for the Giants (5-9) and Amanda Hardy had 21 assists and 13 digs.

■ The University of Scranton earned a pair of 3-0 wins over Elizabethtown and Goucher. Kristin Kirwan had 13 kills and 13 digs for Scranton (12-10) against Elizabethtown and Kindler Norman had 36 assists and nine digs. Megan Monastra had eight kills and seven digs against Goucher and Regina Schetroma had 13 digs.

■ Notre Dame of Maryland defeated Clarks Summit, 3-1. Beth Muhlenkamp had 12 kills and 14 digs for the Lady Defenders (3-13) and Alexa Wagner had 10 assists and seven digs.

■ Lackawanna College pushed its winning streak to five matches after sweeping both ends of a tri-match, 3-1, against Bucks County Community College and, 3-0, against Manor College. Jordan Skoff had 17 kills and

21 digs for Lackawanna (8-7) against Bucks and Brenda Reninga had nine assists and 13 digs. Skoff had 12 kills and six digs against Manor.

Men’s cross country

The University of Scranton finished 12th at the Paul Short Run at Lehigh University. Zach Gutekunst was 37th in 27:23 for the Royals, Shane McKeon was 66th in 28:03 and John Thomas Clark was 68th in 28:04.

■ Keystone College finished 32nd at the Paul Short Run. Carbondale Area graduate Devin Smith was 136th in 29:30 for the Giants, Lakeland graduate Mark Arzie was 195th in 31:38 and Raymond Davan was 196th in 31:41.

■ Western Wayne graduate Peter Tomasetti finished 97th for Lackawanna College at the Don Cathcart Invitational at Salisbury University. Tomasetti finished the 8K course in 32:12.32 and Forest City graduate Justin Wolfe was 99th in 32:18.12.

Women’s cross country

The University of Scranton finished 10th at the Paul Short Run at Lehigh University. Scranton Prep graduate Rachel Kerr was 27th in 24:08, Holy Cross graduate Abigail Guziewicz was 42nd in 24:34 and Nicole Parello was 84th in 25:15.

■ Keystone College finished 41st at the Paul Short Run. Zoe Stephens was 185th in 27:19 for the Giants, Julia Stapleton was 203rd in 28:03 and Honesdale graduate Diane Kille was 242nd in 30:00.

■ Samantha Parry finished 74th for Lackawanna College at the Don Cathcart Invitational at Salisbury Invitational. Parry finished the 6K race in 27:34.74, Molly Palmer was 90th in 32:20.57 and Honesdale graduate Brooke Rutherford was 99th in 36:17.83.

Women’s golf

North Pocono graduate Emma Nemitz shot 87 to finish second for the University of Scranton at the Landmark Conference Fall Invitational at Fox Hollow Golf Club in Branchburg, New Jersey.

Molly Lennon shot 94 to tie for 14th for Scranton and Brianna Stein shot 103 to tie for 20th.

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LOCAL COLLEGE: Licari Leads Royals