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WILKES-BARRE TWP. — The King’s College field hockey team scored three second-half goals en route to a 4-1 win over visiting Susquehanna University on Saturday afternoon at McCarthy Stadium.

Alyssa Monaghan, Abby McManus, Meghan Lermond and Courtney Schaffer each scored one goal for the Lady Monarchs with McManus, Lermond and Schaffer tallying the scores in the final 35 minutes.


Misericordia places second

Misericordia University finished second at the Cougar Classic.

Mikael Hause (28:11.88), Shadrack Kiprop (28:22.72) and Eric Deignan (28:39.17) finished fourth through sixth while Josh Krall (28:48.67) and Austin Martinelli (29:10.41) finished eighth and ninth, respectively.


Misericordia places second

The Misericordia University finished second at the Cougar Classic.

Bethany Killmon (25:27) led the Cougars with a seventh place finish while Julia Blaskiewicz (25:56) and Katie Hurley (26:06) were ninth and 10th, respectively.


PSU Brandywine 4, PSU Wilkes-Barre 2

Penn State Wilkes-Barre soccer lost a home match against Penn State Brandywine.

Wilkes-Barre’s goals were scored by Mark Bugelholl and Eric Whited.

King’s 1, Juniata 1

The Monarchs played to a tie with Juniata in non-conference play Saturday afternoon.

Anthony Tuminello scored the only goal for the Monarch’s.


Misericordia 1, Stevenson 0

Megan Mahoney scored the lone goal to lift Misericordia University women’s soccer team to a win.

Erin McGreal assisted on the goal.

Juniata 2, King’s 0

Host Juniata built a two-goal half-time lead en route to posting a victory over visiting King’s College.

Lady Monarch goalies Lauren Duguid and Jessica Natale played one half apiece and had one save each.


Wilkes 9, Scranton 0

Wilkes University swept Scranton in all nine matches to earn the win.

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