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DALLAS -- Sophomores A.J. Limongelli and Dave McLean finished back-to-back to earn All-MAC honors, leading the Misericordia men's cross country team to a sixth-place finish at the MAC Championships held at Letterkenny Fields on Saturday.


Josh Krall was Misericordia's third finisher, while Mikael Hause and Zach Bottone comprised the other two counting scores for the Cougars.


King's places seventh

King's placed seventh at the MAC Championships.


Tim Lambert led King's and placed 31st overall, while Steve Medina placed 36th and T.J. Ferguson 40th.


Wilkes finishes ninth

Wilkes finished ninth at the MAC Championship meet.


Jordan Siddons led the way with a time of 29:35, Forest Hawkins followed at 29:40, Tyler Sutton came in at 29:45, while Dan Lykens placed with a time of 29:46.


COLLEGE WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
Misericordia places fifth

Marina Orrson and Kelsey Cameron led Misericordia to a fifth-place finish at the MAC Championships.


Julia Blaskiewicz, Alexa Yoder and Alexandria Miller rounded out the counting scores for the Cougars on the day.


King's places 12th

King's finished 12th at the MAC Championships.


Jill O'Malley was King's top finisher, coming in 54th place, while Kelsie O'Dougherty was 71st and Amanda Keegan 88th.


Wilkes places 14th

Wilkes finished 14th at the MAC Championship meet Saturday afternoon


Rachel Constant finished 65th overall, while Sarah Fillman took 71st overall and Kayla Myers was 75th.


COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL
Misericordia 3, Farmingdale 0

Misericordia won 25-21, 25-17, 26-24.


Shelby Brochetti had seven kills and 16 digs, while Kat LaBrie added seven kills.


Vassar 3, Misericordia 0

Vassar swept Misericordia 26-24, 25-17, 25-20 to close out the Cougars' regular season.


Cailin McCullion had 12 kills and 10 digs, and Kat LaBrie had eight kills.


COLLEGE WOMEN'S SWIMMING
Kutztown 167, Misericordia 101

Leah Davis and Taylor Grenier tied for the win in the 100 backstroke for Misericordia in the Cougars' loss.


King's 112, Drew 86

King's posted a victory over host Drew in Madison, N.J.


Caroline Fitch, Patricia Manning, Macawley Brown, Kim Brino and Hailey Moorehead all placed first in their events.


COLLEGE MEN'S SWIMMING
Drew 108, King's 78

King's fell to host Drew, as Monarch Michael Sweeney won the 200 freestyle with a time of 1:50.69. He also won the 500 freestyle in 5:26.79.


Kyle Newton captured the 100 backstroke in 1:02.53.


East Stroudsburg 171, Misericordia 88

Dani Blass was Misericordia's lone winner in the 200 IM (2:21.23) in a loss to East Stroudsburg.


COLLEGE WOMEN'S SOCCER
Misericordia 5, Manhattanville 0

Nicolette Hensel and Sam Helmstetter connected for Misericordia in its win.


Meghan Antrim, Erin McGreal and Emily Esposito all added goals for the Cougars, while Laura Roney recorded an assist.


Wilkes 1, King's 0

Katy Fissel scored the only goal of the game as Wilkes downed King's at McCarthy Stadium.


COLLEGE MEN'S SOCCER
Manhattanville 1, Misericordia 0, OT

Manhattanville defeated Misericordia with two minutes left in overtime.


Billy Sopko made six saves in goal for the Cougars.


U14 GIRLS WYOMING VALLEY CUP
Nanticoke 1, West Side United 0

Leah Mullery scored the only goal to lead the Nanticoke Strikers to victory over West Side United.


U11 BOYS WYOMING VALLEY CUP
Plains No. 1 1, Plains No. 2 0

Chad Regan scored the lone goal for Plains No. 1.


Noah Radici made key saves in the net and Adam Wisnewski stopped a penalty kick to preserve the shutout.


Forty Fort 1, West Side 1, OT

Forty Fort's Colin Conway and West Side's Jordan Styles each scored a goal in the overtime tie.


U16 GIRLS WYOMING VALLEY CUP
Bear Creek 2, Plains 1

Sara Mahue scored for Bear Creek in the victory over Plains.


Caroline Majeski scored the lone goal for Plains.


Hanover No. 1 3, Back Mountain 1

Hanover No. 1 is headed to the championship with a win over Back Mountain.


Back Mountain scored an own goal and Riley Klepadlo had two for Hanover.


Back Mountain 3, Hanover No. 2 1

Back Mountain advanced as Alexa Dosiak scored two goals and Megan Spess added another.


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