DALLAS — Seven different players scored for the Misericordia women's soccer team as the Cougars set a high bar with an 11-0 rout of Lycoming on Wednesday in a non-conference win.
Sam Helmstetter and Erin Baker each scored twice and assisted on another to help Misericordia remain unbeaten.
Erin Laird and Ivy Nulton scored in the second half to propel King's to a win.
Andy Busy scored for Misericordia in a loss to Scranton.
Wyoming Valley West product Bill McGuiness tallied a goal and an assist for Scranton.
Brian Alifano and Pat Griggs each scored a goal as King's rallied to top Penn State Berks.
David Cavalieri led the way with four goals as Penn State Wilkes-Barre won.
Elizabethtown scored a goal in each half to down King's for a win at home.
Ashley Ream scored for the Colonels in a loss to Juniata.
Emily Ghergel's win at No. 5 singles secured the match for visiting Misericordia.
Emily Boro and Cassie Foy also won in singles play for the Cougars. Ghergel also teamed with Emily Hughes for a win in doubles play.
King's was dealt a loss by FDU at the Wyoming Valley Country Club.
Misericordia dropped a match play meet to DeSales in spite of Jordan Wollenberg's 75.
Penn State Wilkes-Barre fell at home to drop to 0-5 on the season.