SELINSGROVE -- Calli Berryman scored the winning goal with just 3:20 remaining in the contest as the King's College field hockey team posted a 2-1 victory over host Susquehanna on Saturday.
Megan Withrow made 12 saves in the game for King's.
King's dropped its season opener to visiting Moravian at Kirby Park.
King's lone winner came in singles, where Vanessa Wagner tallied a 6-4, 6-3 triumph over Celia Hernandez.
Wilkes 9, Lycoming 0
Wilkes upended Lycoming in nonconference play, posting a sweep of the day's matches.
Melani Holt, Alexis Donner, Ally Kristofco, Katie Lynn, Amanda Holyk and Ana English were all straight-sets winners in singles play for the Colonels.
Wilkes posted a win over host Lycoming in a nonconference matchup.
Wilkes took all three doubles flights before snagging five of six victories in the singles matches. Alex Makos, Michael Kranz, Connor Peckham, Max Appello and Daniel Hackford were all straight-sets winners for the Colonels.
King's opened the season on a high note as the Monarchs posted a victory over visiting Moravian at Kirby Park.
Tony Bevevino and Andres Larsen were winners in singles and doubles for the Monarchs. Chris DiMino and Jordan Furdock were singles winners for King's, while P.T. Romano and Jake Rohring were part of winning doubles teams for the Monarchs.
Alicia Roberts scored three goals in a five-minute span at the beginning of the second half to send Wilkes past Widener.
King's 0, Juniata 0
King's played to a scoreless tie with unbeaten Juniata at McCarthy Stadium.
Lauren Duguid was in net for King's, making four saves and picking up the shutout. Kristin Twardowski made six stops for the Eagles.
Daniel Hernandez scored two goals and added an assist as King's defeated visiting Juniata at McCarthy Stadium.
King's placed third in the 14-team Cougar Classic at Misericordia University, scoring 92 points.
Wilkes was seventh out of 14 teams and the host Cougars were fifth.
The host Cougars were fourth and Wilkes finished eighth out of 15 teams at the Cougar Classicat Misericordia University.
King's finished 13th out of the 15 teams in the field.
The Colonels fell to Baptist Bible 25-20, 27-25, 25-23 at the Marts Center.
Casey Bohan led the way with 15 kills and two solo blocks, Paige Trusty and Marissa Kier each added four kills, Megan Powers had 19 assists and Erin Nothstein finished with a team-high 18 digs for Wilkes.
The Colonels fell to Lycoming 24-26, 25-27, 25-16, 25-18 at the Marts Center.
Casey Bohan led with 17 kills and two more blocks, Paige Trusty had 13 kills and one block, Alisha Rupp contributed five kills, Megan Powers finished with 40 assists and Erin Nothstein added 25 digs for Wilkes.