Freshman Guesseppe Rea's major decision at 125-pounds in the final bout of the match propelled visiting Wilkes to a 21-18 win over Elizabethtown in college wrestling Friday night in Thompson Gymnasium.
Myzar Mendoza, Kris Krawchuk and Mason McIntyre won their events to contribute to the Colonel's victory.
Wilkes' Kris Krawchuk has been named d3wrestle.com/WWSport.com Wrestler of the Week.
Krawchuk won all three of his matches against nationally ranked opponents in the 149-pound class at the John Reese Duals this past weekend.
King's overcame an early 19-point deficit for a victory over Mt. Aloysius in its season-opener in the first-round the Scotty Wood Invitational Tournament at Muhlenberg College.
Celia Rader paced King's with 25 points, including six 3-pointers. Lindsay Atchison followed with 15 points, six rebounds and three assists, while Katlin Michaels contributed 11 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds.
Kyle Hammonds and Matt Fiorino combined for 29 points as King's opened the season with a victory over Montclair State in the opening round of the Susquehanna University Tip-Off Tournament.
Tim O'Shea added eight points and two assists, while Chris Hobson tallied six points and four boards. Keyton Winder also posted six points for the Monarchs.
Patricia Manning won three events and King's defeated Lebanon Valley in Annville.
Caroline Fitch and Rachel Jonas both placed first in their events, while Kimmie Brino and Macawley Brown placed second in their events. King's 200-freestyle relay team of Brown, Shannon Johnson, Kimmie Brino and Jonas won their event.
Andrew Reiman won two events but it wasn't enough as King's fell to host Lebanon Valley.
Michael Sweeney and Kyle Newton both placed first in their events for King's.
King's College senior Calli Berryman has been named to the NFHCA South Atlantic All-Region squad as a second-team selection.
Berryman led the team in scoring with 44 points on a career-high 19 goals with six assists while earning first-team All-Freedom Conference honors.
Misericordia University women's volleyball standout Cailin McCullion has been named to the CoSida District 4 Academic All-District Team.
A senior physical therapy major, McCullion carries a 3.98 grade point average, and led Misericordia with 318 kills and 331 digs.
Misericordia continues its season today when the Cougars travel to Ithaca, N.Y., for the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA championships today against Ithaca at 11 a.m.
Misericordia (19-2-1) will face Ithaca (19-1-2), while Cortland will face Brandeis at 1:30 p.m. The winners will meet Sunday at 1 p.m.for the right to advance to the Final Four in San Antonio, Texas.