GLENSIDE - Kenny Durling compiled three hits, including two doubles and the game-winning RBI single to lead Misericordia University a 12-11 victory over Arcadia University in 10 innings in its baseball regular season finale Tuesday.
Julian Faria added three hits, while Andrew Tressa chipped in two doubles and two RBI.
Kyle Lindsay and Joe Tagliarini recorded two hits each for the Cougars.
Cory Vogeli closed out the 10th inning and earned his fourth save of the season.
Wilkes 9, Scranton 4
Scott Skammer and Stephen Ruch combined for five hits and six RBI as the Colonels defeated the University of Scranton Tuesday at PNC Field in their final game of the season.
A.J. Mihaly earned the victory on the mound, allowing one hit in two scoreless innings of work.
With the win, Wilkes finished 21-15 and fifth place in the Freedom Conference.
COLLEGE SOFTBALL All-Freedom Conference Teams
Softball players on Wilkes University, King’s College and Misericordia University earned All-Freedom Conference first, second and honorable mention team honors Tuesday.
For Wilkes, Jessalyn Paveletz and Emily McGrath earned first team All-Freedom honors while Kait Brown, Michelle Coyle and Alex Hoops were named to the All-Freedom Conference second team for the Lady Colonels.
For King’s, Amanda Cardone and Jenn Harnischfeger garnered first-team selections, while Nicolette Pizzo and Maggie Gola earned second-team honors. Katie Kowalski was named to the honorable mention team for the Lady Monarchs.
For Misericordia, Caitlyn Cromley earned first-team honors, while Kat Labrie was named to the second team. Whitney Ellenberg garnered honorable mention team honors for the Lady Cougars.
Misericordia drops pair
Misericordia University dropped a doubleheader to Susquehanna University with 6-0 and 7-3 losses.
The Cougars had no answer for Sarah Hoffman in the opener, who pitched a complete game shutout.
Caitlin Cromley led Misericordia in game two with a two-run home run.
Kristi Seiler added two hits for the Cougars.
COLLEGE MEN’S TENNIS Wilkes 5, Arcadia 0
Wilkes University lost just two games in five matches as the Colonels crusied to the Freedom Conference Finals with a shutout victory over Arcadia University.
After sweeping the doubles events, Alex Makos and Brendon Blachowski won their singles matches in straight sets to secure the win.
King’s 5, FDU-Florham 0
Tony Bevevino and Jake Rohring won their singles matches as King’s College rolled in its semifinal matchup against FDU-Florham.
King’s also swept the doubles matches in the victory.
King’s will face off against Wilkes University in the conference championship at 2 p.m. Saturday at Wilkes.
H.S. GIRLS LACROSSE Danville 13, Dallas 8
Julia Baloh, Cara Pricher and Maddie Mulhern each scored two goals for Dallas as the Lady Mountaineers fell to Danville. Kelsie Davis and Katie Snedecker added one goal apiece, while Jill Viercinski and Mulhern each chipped in two assists. Snedecker also recorded an assist.
H.S. BOYS LACROSSE Dallas 14, North Pocono 2
Corey Metz and Omar Nijmeh scored four goals apiece as Dallas cruised to a victory over North Pocono.
Matt Ross added three goals, while Jesse Goode, Connor Motley and Joey Delamater each chipped in one.
David Matcho stopped seven shots in his first career start in goal.
H.S. BOYS TENNIS Redeemer 4, MMI Prep 1
Holy Redeemer swept the doubles matches en route to a win over MMI Prep.
Cameron Pinto and Tyler Elias added singles victories for the Royals.
Justin Sheen won the lone match for MMI Prep with a straight-set victory.
Singles: Justin Sheen (M) d. Patrik Loftus 6-4, 6-1; Cameron Pinto (H) d. Stephanie Pudish 2-6, 6-1, 6-3; Tyler Elias (H) d. Billy Spear; 7-5, 6-0; Doubles: Josh Wychock/Robert Dougherty (H) d. Lew Dryfoos/Mike Eisenhart; 6-0, 6-0; Ennio Mancuso/Mathias Arts (H) d. Yusuf Qadri/Robbie Rosamelia; 6-1, 6-0.