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Misericordia scores a lacrosse victory


April 04. 2013 12:08AM
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J.R. Lauri and Sean McGuigan both scored a pair of goals to lead Misericordia University to a 7-3 win at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in men’s lacrosse play Wednesday.


Patrick Johnson made 14 saves to earn the win in goal.


COLLEGE BASEBALL Wilkes 5, Scranton 2


KINGSTON — Wilkes picked up its 10th win of the season with a victory over Scranton at Artillery Park.


Nick Craig and Carmen Lopresto drove in runs in a three-run Wilkes’ second frame, while Adam Misiura earned the victory on the bump.


Wilkes improves to 10-7.


COLLEGE GOLF Misericordia tops locals


Misericordia’s Adam Deporter recorded a round-best 9-over 81 to lead the Cougars to victory in a tri-meet at Huntsville Golf Club.


The Cougars finished at 334, followed by King’s at 355 and Wilkes at 374.


Jeremy Nolt led the Colonel finishers, firing a team-low 88. Darren Mensch followed with a 90.


COLLEGE SOFTBALL Wilkes swept by Lyco


Wilkes dropped a pair of games at Lycoming, 3-1 and 5-1.


Laykin Hughes doubled to left-center field and Dayna Finch followed with an RBI single to give the Colonels a 1-0 lead through four innings in the first game. Wilkes mustered seven hits including a 2-for-3 performance from Alex Hoops.


Lycoming jumped out to a 5-0 lead in game two after five innings. Wilkes garnered its lone tally in the sixth when Jessalyn Paveletz and Hoops hit back-to-back doubles.


WOMEN’S LACROSSE Scranton 13, Misericordia 7


Catie Viegas, Brooke North and Emily Hegner all scored twice for Misericordia, but the Cougars lost at Scranton.


Alexandra Elmes had a goal and an assist for the Cougars.


HONORS MU pair nab ECAC awards


Laura Roney and Matt Karabin have been named the ECAC/Robbins Scholar-Athletes of the Year at Misericordia University.


Roney, a member of the women’s soccer team, is a fourth-year student in the physical therapy doctoral program and carries a 3.9 grade point average. She is a two-time team MVP and a four-time first-team All-Freedom selection. She was a 2012 NSCAA All-Region honoree and an ECAC South All-Star.


Karabin, a senior baseball player, maintains a 3.97 GPA as an education major. He is a two-time All-Freedom selection and was an all-region performer in 2012.




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