BALTIMORE — King’s opened the scoring but gave up five goals in the second quarter, as Goucher defeated King’s 8-3 in men’s lacrosse Saturday, handing the Monarchs their first loss of the season.
Mike O’Brien had two goals for the Monarchs and goalie Brendan McCrudden recorded 10 saves.
Wilkes 18, Houghton 6
Gabby Ford’s five goals the led the way for the Colonels as they prevailed.
Wilkes scored 13 unanswered goals in first half and improved their record to 2-0.
Scranton 17, King’s 2
The Monarchs dropped their opener to Scranton.
Jessica Ormond had an unassisted goal for King’s lone score in the first half.
Amanda Harvey had the team’s other goal.
Wilkes drops doubleheader
The Colonels lost two games to Salisbury as Wilkes falls to 0-4 on the season.
Wilkes dropped the first game 12-0 and the second game 9-1.
Emily McGrath had a double for the Colonels, which led to the team’s only run in game two when pinch-runner Makenna Rushannon scored on a Salisbury error.
MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD
Hause earns All-ECAC status for the Cougars
Misericordia’s Mikeal Hause finished third in the mile at the ECAC Indoor Track and Field Championships in Boston.
Andrew Nelson finished 11th in the 400 and set a school record with his time of 50.27.
WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD
Misericordia’s Ward headed to Nationals
Ashlee Ward tied her school record in the high jump at the ECAC Indoor Track & Field Championships.
Her mark of 1.74 meters is the best in the nation. She will compete at the NCAA Division III Championships in Lincoln, Neb., next weekend.
Amy Viti and Sarah Wigg set school records for the Cougars.
Viti finished third in the 400 with a time of 58.75, and Wigg was seventh in the weight throw (15.88).