WILKES-BARRE - Meaghan Wernimont scored the go-ahead goal with 11:41 remaining in regulation to lock up the top seed in the Freedom Conference Tournament for the King's College field hockey team as the Lady Monarchs defeated DeSales University 3-2 Tuesday.
Abby McManus and Stephanie Wingerter also chipped in a goal apiece for King's, while Megan Withrow added five saves.
The Lady Monarchs will host a semifinal game Oct. 31 in their next match.
Aliya Frankel scored the game-winning goal in the second half to give Wilkes the victory over Freedom Conference foe Misericordia.
Ashley Hahn added a goal off an assist from Frankel in the first half while Alexis Reed recorded 10 saves at goalie for Wilkes.
Lindsay Hischak scored the lone goal for Misericordia.
Goalie Grace Riker stopped 14 shots in the loss.
Andrew Murphy scored two goals to lead Susquehanna University to a shutout victory over King's College.
Goalie Mark Labbadia recorded three saves for the Monarchs.
With the loss, King's dropped to 10-5-1 on the season.
Erin Donnelly led Wilkes University with two goals as the Lady Colonels tied Cortland State University.
Katy Fissel and Lyndsay Ellis each chipped in an assist for Wilkes.
The Lady Colonels moved to 10-4-3 on the season with the tie.
Alexa Nelson led King's College with 12 kills as the Lady Monarchs defeated William Paterson University in straight sets.
King's won by scores of 25-23, 25-28 and 26-24.
Mary Loughran added 27 assists, four kills and 11 digs, while Kelsie Kramer chipped in seven kills and one block for the Lady Monarchs.