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ANNVILLE — King’s College’s Rober Moulton finished third at the the 41st annual Dutchmen Invitational cross country meet to lead the Monarchs to the team title.


Moulton finished in 26 minutes, 44 seconds. T.J. Ferguson finished sixth in 27:23, while Nick Jallat was 10th in 28:01 for the Monarchs.


Misericordia University’s had three runners place in the top ten en route to a second-place finish.


Mikael Hause finished fifth, Shadrack Kiprop eighth and Josh Krall ninth for the Cougars.


Daniel Lykens led Wilkes to an eighth-place team finish. Lykens finished eighth in 29:21. Tyler Sutton was in 30th place with a time of 29:37.


COLLEGE WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY


Miseri women finish seventh


Bethany Killmon finished seventh to lead Misericordia University to a third place finish at the the 41st annual Dutchmen Invitational.


Julia Blaskiewica (17th), Alexandria Miller (19th), Katie Hurley (24th) and Bianca Bolton (26th) rounded out MU’s top five.


King’s was led by Marissa Durako with a fifth-place finish in 19:26. The Monarchs finished ninth.


Wilkes’ Vianna Crowley led Wilkes finished with a time of 21:45, good enough 34th place. The Colonels placed 11th has a team.


COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY


King’s 1, Juniata 0


King’s College picked up a win over Juniata in the finale of the Misericordia tournament.


After a scoreless first half, the Lady Monarchs got on the board when Kim Howanitz deflected an Alyssa Monaghan shot in front of the cage.


King’s keeper Megan Withrow made the lead stand up, making nine saves for her first shutout of the season.


Misericordia 5, Keystone 0


Jenn O’Neill and Mariah Thomas scored two goals each to lead Misericordia University to a win over Keystone at McGeehan Field.


Allie Elmes added a goal midway through the first half as the Cougars earned their first win of the season.


Salisbury University 9, Wilkes 1


Salisbury University stormed out to a 4-1 lead at the half then scored five unanswered goals to cruise to a win over Wilkes University in the first game of the Salisbury Invitational.


Wilkes lone goal came from Aliya Frankel.


COLLEGE MEN’S SOCCER


Wilkes 2, Stevenson 1


Wilkes University won its first home match of the season with Junior Eric McAnena scoring a pair of goals in the second half to propel the Colonels.


Patrick Loube made eight saves on the afternoon picking up his first victory of the season.


COLLEGE WOMEN’S TENNIS


Wilkes wins double-header


Wilkes University opened the fall campaign with a pair of wins, shutting out Keystone College and Rosemont College.


Against Keystone, all five positions earned straight set wins including three 6-0, 6-0 victories.


Against Rosemont, three Lady Colonels scored straight set wins as Ally Kristofco, Kendra Croker and Ashli Livermore all posted 6-0, 6-0 victories.


COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL


King’s wins tri-meet


King’s defeated Penn College by scores of 25-16, 26-24, 27-25 then bested Penn State Harrisburg 25-16, 25-12, 25-13.


Jessica Carr posted a team-high eight kills with two digs against Penn College while Emily Heimbecker led the way with eight kills and 19 digs against Penn State Harrisburg.


Misericordia splits tri-meet


Misericordia University lost to Allegheny by game scores of 25-22, 25-14, 25-18 then swept SUNY-Morrisville by scores of 25-17, 25-17, 25-11.


Meghan Stack had nine kills against Allegheny and 10 kills against Morrisville.

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