First Posted: 9/15/2013
EDWARDSVILLE — Wilkes used two goals in a span of three minutes from Nicholas Patricia en route to a 3-0 win over D’Youville in college men’s soccer on Sunday afternoon.
Patricia scored goals in the 31st and 34th minutes to give the Colonels a 2-0 lead. On the second score, Geoffrey Arentz served a back post ball that Patricia was able to take off of his knee and direct it over the hands of D’Youville’s goalkeeper Matt Smith.
The Colonels offense continued to go to goal in the second half generating 19 shots in the half and eight corners. Mitchell Woodward scored the final goal of the game in the 87th minute. Luke Dombert served a ball to the far post where Woodward hit a perfectly timed half-volley into the upper 90, extending the Colonels’ lead to three.
College Men’s Tennis
Marywood 8, Misericordia 1
The Pacers swept three close doubles matches before taking five of six singles matches en route to the win. Misercordia avoided the shutout with a 6-4, 6-3 win from Eric Correll over Gianni Monteleone at No. 6 singles.
Parkhurst wins top flight singles
King’s crowned one individual winner and swept the doubles competition. George Parkhurst was the Monarchs’ lone individual winner advancing to the final with a straight set win over Mackenzie Park of SUNY Oneonta. He then defeated Oneonta State’s Micahel Kennelly 7-5, 6-2 to win take home the top flight title.
In the top flight of doubles, the team of Parkhurst and Stephen Brand won a semifinal match 8-0 over the pair of Benjamin Leighton and Daniel Sliwowski from Oneonta State.
In the second flight doubles the King’s duo of Chris DiMino and Andrew Panzitta notched an 8-5 win over Matteo Befi and James Garzia of Oneonta State to earn the top spot.
College Women’s Tennis
Wilkes 9, Lycoming 0
Wilkes 9, Penn College 0
Wilkes tennis teamed remained unbeaten on the year posting a pair of 9-0 wins in Williamsport. Wilkes used three straight-set wins over Lycoming in singles play as Ally Kristofco (No. 1), Ashli Livermore (No. 2), and Gabrielle Dubruille (No. 4) all took 6-0, 6-0 decisions.
In the win over Penn College, Wilkes went deep into its lineup as Kendra Croker and Amanda Rossi went 6-0, 6-0 in No. 1 and No. 2 singles positions respectively.