The Penn State Behrend women's water polo team fell to McKendree, 21-6 and Wittenberg 14-10 on Saturday at the Washington & Jefferson tournament. * Carson Hagood (Orlando, FL/Bishop Moore Catholic) led the team with four steals and two goals * Daniella Rios (Guaynabo, Puerto Rico/Sagrados Corazones) had three steals, one goal, and one assists * Penn State Behrend returns to action tomorrow to compete in the Washington & Jefferson Invite.
Jalen Crutcher had 17 points for Dayton (18-9, 10-4 Atlantic 10 Conference). Foreman added 15 points, while Jordan Goodwin had six rebounds. Saint Louis had defeated Dayton 73-60 on Feb. 5, so the A-10 rivals end up splitting the regular-season series. Both teams are next in action on Tuesday, with Dayton hitting the road to play UMass, and Saint Louis continuing its road trip against VCU.
AC has now punched its ticket to the Slaats Cup Championship and awaits the winner of the semifinal game, which will also be played at Arrington Ice Arena, on the campus of Adrian College. Classmate Hannah Dalrymple poked the puck off a St. Norbert player's stick on the forecheck and sophomore linemate Brooke Schembri picked it up. Freshman defenseman Jessica Anderson wrapped the puck around the net where junior forward Taylor Henthorne was able to chip it ahead to VonRuden on the breakout. VonRuden sped past the last Green Knights defender and made a nice toe drag on the goalie to make it 2-0 AC, which would stand until the third.
began her first career point streak with an aggressive goal right from in front of Harvard goalkeeper Grace Rotondo. GOAL: BC 15, HARVARD 3: 26:31 Walker secured her hat trick as the opening score of the second half. 1 Boston College lacrosse team secured their fourth consecutive win of the season with a 17-6 decision over Harvard, Saturday afternoon in Newton.led all point-scorers with seven through one goal and six assists whilefound the back of the net four times to hold the game-high for goals.The Eagles held the lead throughout the first half, as freshmanscored to get the clock running for the second consecutive contest. Harvard tallied another three over the half but couldn't find the momentum needed to push past the Eagles.Score: Boston College 17, Harvard 6Records: Boston College 4-0, Harvard 1-1Location: Newton, Mass., Newton Campus FieldsBoston CollegePoints:, 7Goals:, 4Assists:, 6Draw Controls:, 9Ground Balls:, 3Saves:, 6HarvardPoints: Caroline Garrity, 3Goals: Caroline Garrity, 3Assists: Keeley MacAfee, 1Draw Controls: Four players tied, 1Ground Balls: Grace Rotondo, 3Saves: Grace Rotondo, 8The Eagles return to action on Wednesday, staying home to take on Dartmouth at 1:00 p.m. in Newton as expected weather in Hanover changed the previous plans.
Senior Artem Efimov-Barakov (Khimki, Russia) scored with 13:55 left in the third period to lift Southern New Hampshire to a 3-2 win over Saint Michael's College, sending the Penmen to the Northeast-10 Championship Game next Saturday. "Georgia Line" teammates Cole Stewart and Jake Cox combined to put SNHU in the lead for the first time in the second period. He won a face-off in the Saint Michael's zone, sending the puck back to the blue line for a shot by freshman Joe Fiorino (Willow Grove, Pa.). For the latest on Southern New Hampshire University athletics, follow the Penmen via social media on Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and Instagram.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) Lamar Stevens scored 25 points and Mike Watkins got his 26th career double-double as Penn State beat Illinois 83-76 on Saturday. Josh Reaves added 14 points for Penn State (11-16, 3-12 Big Ten Conference). The game was intense and included a second-half technical foul on Illinois coach Brad Underwood, who kicked a chair following a call he disagreed with. For the first time in its history, Illinois has two freshmen serving as its top-two leading scorers, Dosunmu (15 points per game) and Giorgi Bezhanishvili (13.9).
The Duke womens basketball team (11-14, 3-10 ACC) will hit the road for the final time in the 2018-19 regular season as the Blue Devils travel to Winston-Salem, N.C., to take on Wake Forest (10-16, 1-12) Sunday, Feb. 24 at 1 p.m. Forced to play more of a point guard role since the injury to Mikayla Boykin, Leaonna Odom dished a career-high nine assists at Boston College. On Feb. 20, Duke freshman Miela Goodchild was named one of 24 players selected to the Australian Gems squad that will gather May 5-7 in Canberra in preparations for the 2019 FIBA Under-19 World Cup that will be held in Bangkok, Thailand from July 20-28. This past summer, Goodchild guided Australia to the bronze medal of the FIBA Under-18 Asian Championship in India with a 75-58 victory over Korea in the third place game.
The Duke womens basketball team (11-14, 3-10 ACC) will hit the road for the final time in the 2018-19 regular season as the Blue Devils travel to Winston-Salem, N.C., to take on Wake Forest (10-16, 1-12) Sunday, Feb. 24 at 1 p.m. The Blue Devils will return home to host Clemson (Feb. 28) and North Carolina (March 3) in their final two contests of the 2018-19 campaign. Forced to play more of a point guard role since the injury to Mikayla Boykin, Leaonna Odom dished a career-high nine assists at Boston College. Dukes Haley Gorecki, Syracuses Tiana Mangakahia and Notre Dames Jackie Young are the only players in the ACC to have a triple-double this season.
The Buckeyes kept Wisconsin from notching a shot-on-goal in OT, but the lone SOG for the Bucks didnt light the lamp so the teams went to a shootout to determine who claimed the second point in the WCHA standings. Braendli stood tall in the shootout, stopping all three Wisconsin shooters as Emma Maltais scored to secure the extra point for the Buckeyes. Wisconsin pressed on trying to regain the lead throughout the rest of the period, but the Badgers didnt have an answer for Braendli and the teams went to overtime tied at 1-1. Braendli was a woman possessed in the OSU net, stopping Pankowski, Sophie Shirley and Roque, allowing Maltais to secure the shootout win when she slid one past Campbell.
Adrian wasted no time getting on the board, with senior Hannah Dalrymple scoring the game's first goal 20 seconds in to the contest. White picked up her second assist of the night four-and-a-half minutes later when junior forward Brianna Buchanan scored with 4:10 remaining in the opening period to make it 3-0 in favor of AC. Junior defenseman Rylee Bates sent the puck into the zone where it bounced of a Green Knights defender and onto Dalrymple's stick. Adrian still had one more goal in it, with White scoring with 6:10 remaining in the game to complete her hat trick and become the 18th player in program history to make it rain headgear and second this season, joining classmate Kortney Diaz.