Behrend girls’s tennis workforce completed second at AMCC championships

ERIE, Pennsylvania – The Penn State Behrend women’s tennis team finished second in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference championships, falling back to Pitt-Greensburg with a score of 5-4. The team finished the season with an 8-3 record.

Other highlights of the week:

Men’s soccer

Penn State Behrend 2, Houghton 0

Hollsopple senior Matthew Romesberg Jr. scored in the 106th minute and shot in the lower left corner of the goal.

Women’s soccer

Penn State Behrend 2, Fredonia 0

Brenna McGuire, a senior McDonald’s senior, had a goal and an assist. She met at 7:07.

Women’s volleyball

Penn State Behrend 3, Allegheny 0

Kristin Reiland, a Fairview senior, had a season high of 18 kills. She added six digs and two aces. Maddie Clapper, a graduate student from Hollidaysburg, had 21 excavations.

Women’s tennis

Pitt-Greensburg 5, Penn State Behrend 4 (AMCC championship)

Penn State Behrend 5, Medal 1 (AMCC semifinal)

Erica Jasinski, a junior from Fairview, won first place in the singles with scores of 6-2, 6-1. She and Rachel Weber, a junior from Allison Park, were named to the All-Tournament Team.

Men’s cross-country skiing

20th (of 35 teams) at the Oberlin Inter-Regional Rumble

Women’s cross-country skiing

27. (of 34 teams) at the Oberlin Inter-Regional Rumble

Water polo for men

Mercyhurst 14, Penn State Behrend 11

Eli Anderson, a sophomore from Encinitas, California, scored three goals. Eugene Kruger, a freshman from Alpharetta, Georgia, added two in the second half.

Swimming and diving for men

Penn State Behrend 161, Pitt-Bradford 52

Penn State Behrend 161, Medal 41

Swimming and diving for women

Penn State Behrend 152, Pitt-Bradford 34

Penn State Behrend 153, Medal 35

Bowling for women

Roberts Wesleyan 910, Penn State Behrend 815

Roberts Wesleyan 738, Penn State Behrend 715

Roberts Wesleyan 925, Penn State Behrend 703

Abigail Lanker, a freshman from Sunbury, Ohio, led the Lions with a season high of 193 in the first game. Bella Pilyih, a sophomore from Pittsburgh, bowled a 172.

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