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February 19. 2013 4:22PM
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EDWARDSVILLE – Jana Martin scored a goal and added an assist as Wilkes posted a 3-0 shutout of Albright in an ECAC women's soccer quarterfinal match at Schmidt Stadium on Thursday.

Lyndsay Ellis and Erin Donnelly also scored for the Colonels, while Ashley Graham also dished out an assist.

Wilkes travels to No. 2 seed Swarthmore for a semifinal game at 11 a.m. Saturday.

Borajkiewicz All-Conference

King's Sarah Borajkiewicz earned All-Freedom Conference Second Team accolades this week.

Borajkiewicz started on a Monarchs defense that held opponents under two goals a game.

Misericordia sweeps

King's College men's and women's swim teams were swept by visiting Misericordia University.

The Cougar women won by a score of 121-79, while the men won 143-45.

Misericordia's Aryn Zimmerman captured the women's 50 freestyle while Leah Davis won the 100 backstroke. In the 100-freestyle, Brittany Luzik was the winner and Dani Blass finished first in the 100 breaststroke.

The Monarchs' Caroline Fitch won the 1,000 freestyle and Patricia Manning captured the 400 individual medley. Macawley Brown was victorious in the 100 butterfly.

Misericordia's Matt Essington won the 200 freestyle while Doug Ranson finished first in the 50 freestyle. Brad Thomas was a winner in the 100 butterfly, and Nick Essington captured the 500 freestyle.

Michael Sweeney won the 1,000 free and 100 free for the Monarchs.

Monarchs' Hernandez top rookie

King's Daniel Hernandez brought home Freedom Conference Rookie of the Year honors while Eric Stanfield, Chris Nygren, Kevin Buchanan, Mark Labbadia and Niall Croke where tabbed second-team all-conference. David Stroh was an honorable mention selection.

Hernandez led the Monarchs offense with seven goals and four assists, best among All-Freedom Conference freshmen.

Stanfield was a part of a King's defense that allowed opponents just 1.22 goals per game.

Nygren had a team-leading eight goals and tied for the team lead in game-winning goals with three.

Buchanan made his first appearance on the All-Freedom Conference team thanks to a team-high six assists to go along with three goals for 12 points.

Niall Croke totaled two goals and four assists from his midfield position. Croke also contributed on the defensive end, helping King's hold opponents to 10.8 shots per game.

Labbadia makes his first appearance on the All-Freedom squad behind a 1.23 goals-against average and .757 save percentage with three shutouts.

Stroh finished tied for second on the team in scoring with Nygren at 17 points on six goals and five assists.

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