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  • Former St.E's Standout Mike Piekarski hits Game Winner for Immaculata

    Posted 2018-11-14 20:28:57 by: Nicholas Halliday

                                                                                                                                   Mike Piekarski                                     (St.Elizabeth HS)             ABINGTON, Pa. -  steal and score in the final seconds of regulation erased a six-point deficit in the final 1:16 to send the Immaculata University men's basketball team to overtime at Penn State Abington Tuesday night, allowing  (St.Elizabeth) to hit the game-winning jumper with three seconds remaining to send the Macs past the Nittany Lions, 80-79. Piekarski's game-winner accounted for two of his game-high 22 points on the night to go along with Allen's 16 off the bench on 6-of-7 shooting, including a perfect 3-for-3 from beyond the arc. recorded 11 points and a game-high four steals in his 35 minutes off the bench, while  pitched in 13 points of his own in the Macs' second-straight victory.HOW IT HAPPENED-The Macs and Nittany Lions were locked into a back-and-forth battle from the onset of Tuesday night's matchup, as neither side was able to stretch a lead beyond a two-possession game early. Penn St. Abington put together a 9-2 run to take a game-high seven-point lead at the 13:47 mark of the first half, but the Macs fought back over the final ten minutes to secure a 33-30 lead heading into halftime.-The Nittany Lions erased the halftime deficit and regained a one-point lead just three minutes into the second half and went up by five shortly after. The Macs strung together three-straight ...

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  • Cale's 20 Points Leads Pirates Past New Haven

    Posted 2018-11-14 20:19:02 by: Nicholas Halliday

                                                                                                                   Myles Cale                                     (Apppoquinimink)    South Orange, N.J. - Sophomore  (Appoquinimink/Middletown, Del.) scored 20 points, making four of six three-point field goal attempts, and sophomore (New York, N.Y.) added in 13 points as the Seton Hall men's basketball team defeated New Haven, 73-62, in an exhibition game Friday at Walsh Gymnasium.Cale was 7-for-10 from the field overall and also made both of his free throw attempts while also grabbing eight rebounds. Thompson was 6-for-12 from the field, sank one three-pointer and grabbed five rebounds.The point guard tandem of junior (Bridgeport, Conn.) and  (New York, N.Y.) each distributed five assists. Sophomore  (Tbilisi, Georgia) blocked five shots in addition to his eight points and five rebounds.The Pirates now turn their attention back to the regular season and a Gavitt Tip-Off Games matchup against Nebraska Wednesday night in Lincoln, Neb. Game time is 7:30 p.m., Eastern, and the game will be televised on Big Ten Network. Gary Cohen and Dave Popkin will have the radio call on AM970 The Answer, simulcast on the Pirate Sports Network.   Photo and story courtesy of Seton Hall ...

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  • Alvernia 77-59 Win Over Penn Tech

    Posted 2018-11-14 20:11:48 by: Nicholas Halliday

                                                                                              Keon Taylor                           Justin Thomas                      (Mount Pleasant)                     (Newark Charter)                                 Reading, Pa. (Nov. 10, 2018) - Junior  scored 11 second half points, and 15 points overall, to lead Alvernia University (2-0) to a 79-58 win over Penn College of Technology (0-1) in non-conference men's basketball action on Saturday at Alvernia's Jack McCloskey Court.The Golden Wolves led wire-to-wire after jumping out to 4-0 lead following layups from  (Mount Pleasant) and  in the first minute of play.Alvernia would go on to build a 17 point lead over the next 18 minutes, entering the half with a 44-27 lead.The Wildcats came out of the second half fast, going on a 11-2 run to cut the deficit to six 15 minutes remaining in the game.Alvernia then went on a 9-0 run over the next three minutes to extend its lead to 15.The Golden Wolves then held the Wildcats scoreless for a six minute period to take a 28 point lead, their largest lead of the game, with 2:37 to play.Alvernia allowed nine more from the Wildcats over the final two minutes to take the 79-58 win.Alvernia finished 10-26 from behind the arc and was 19-23 from the line.The Golden Wolves were led by Youngkin with 15 points. He finished 6-6 from the line and was 3-9 from behind the arc.  (Mount) finished with six rebounds and 12 points.  (Newark ...

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  • Kulesza Named Atlantic East Player Of The Year

    Posted 2018-11-07 02:46:14 by: Exec Exec

       (St Elizabeths), of the Neumann University field hockey team, was named the first Atlantic East Conference Player of the Year, announced on Tuesday. Kulesza, who was also named First Team All-Conference, led the Atlantic East in points with 24 this season, including 11 goals and two assists. Of her 11 goals, which ranks second in the league, she had four game-winners which was also second best in the Atlantic East.  Neumann finished the season 9-8 overall and 3-2 in Atlantic East action. The Knights were the No. 4 seed in the postseason and advanced to the ...

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  • Mighty Macs Dropped in Atlantic East Quarterfinal By Neumann

    Posted 2018-11-06 19:01:27 by: Nicholas Halliday

                                                  Shelby Belk                            Sara Desmond          (Red Lion Christian)                          (St.Marks)   ASTON, Pa.  - The sixth-seeded Immaculata University women's volleyball team was unable to carry the momentum from a first set rally Tuesday night at Neumann, falling to the third-seeded Knights in its Atlantic East Conference quarterfinal matchup, 3-0. The Mighty Macs trailed 13-7 in the first set before a 9-2 run vaulted them into their first lead of the match, but Neumann battled back to win the the opening set - and the following two - to advance to the Atlantic East semifinals set for Thursday. led the Macs with 13 digs, nine assists and four kills in her final career match with the program.HOW IT HAPPENED-The Mighty Macs fell behind early in the first set as Neumann took the first four points and later extended the lead to 13-7. The Macs responded with seven unanswered points of their own to take their first lead of the match at 14-13.  registered four service aces during the run - including a run of three straight - to complete the comeback.-After the Macs stretched the lead out to two at 16-14, Neumann retaliated with a 4-0 run of its own to regain a two-point advantage. With the Knights leading 20-17, the Macs surged back yet again, this time with a 4-0 run of its own that included kills from Dependahl and  while retaking a one-point lead. The two sides alternated the next two points as the Macs clung to a one-point lead, but the Knights finished off the set by taking the final four points to take the opener, 25-22.-Neumann raced out to an early ten-point advantage in ...

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  • Emily Jarome (Padua) was selected as the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Rookie of the Week

    Posted 2018-10-29 20:23:40 by: Exec Exec

      (Padua) was selected as the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Rookie of the ...

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  • Former Padua Star Emily Jarome & the Towson Tigers Fall at Northeastern in Second Five-Setter

    Posted 2018-10-22 15:19:57 by: Nicholas Halliday

                                                                                                                       Emily Jarome                                               (Padua Academy)   BOSTON - Five is the number for the Tigers this weekend as Towson University fell in five sets on the road at Northeastern Sunday afternoon. On Friday, Towson (10-13, 5-5 CAA) rallied back to top Hofstra 3-2 in five sets before travelling to Boston to conclude the regular season series with Northeastern. Early this year, the Tigers and Huskies battled in five as Northeastern also won that match. Towson was led in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) match by a trio of double-doubles, one from with 22 kills and 10 digs while posted 30 assists with 12 digs. put up 18 digs along with 11 assists. Northeastern (12-11, 5-5 CAA) was paced by 58 assists from setter Samantha Shupe while Athena Ardila had 20 kills. Three Huskies had double-digit digs, led by 21 from Gabrielle Eyl. How it Happened Like the final score, the match was relatively tight throughout, including the first set. Northeastern won the opener 26-24. Towson led 8-6 after a 3-0 run and built to an 11-7 lead after a quick 3-1 burst. Northeastern chipped back and tied the first set 16-16 before the Tigers wrested control with a 19-17 lead. A 4-0 Husky surage put Towson behind by a point, 21-20 before back-to-back points for the Tigers gave Towson the edge. The Tigers got to set point, 24-22, but Northeastern reeled off four unanswered points for a 26-24 set win. Towson tied the match at one ...

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  • Former Delmar Standout Shane Leatherbury & #13/14 Football Defeats UAlbany for Sole Possession of First Place in CAA

    Posted 2018-10-22 15:13:15 by: Nicholas Halliday

                                                                                                               Shane Leatherbury                                          (Delmar)  ALBANY, N.Y. – The No. 13/14 Towson University football team (6-1, 4-0 CAA) won its fifth consecutive game on Saturday, using four second quarter touchdowns to dominate UAlbany (2-5, 0-4 CAA) and take sole possession first place in the CAA.   Key Game Stats: Up 10-7 after the first quarter, Towson scored four touchdowns in the second period for a 38-21 halftime advantage.  Towson began the 2nd half with a 17-0 run, nearly shutting the Great Danes out in the final 30 minutes until a last-minute touchdown. Six different Tigers combined for seven touchdowns scored, including four rushing and three passing. For the seventh time in as many games, Towson had over 400 yards of total offense, earning 538, outgaining UAlbany's 404.  Towson's yards includes 217 on the ground and 321 in the air. was 23-for-36 from the air with two touchdowns and two interceptions, adding 80 rushing yards and two more scores on the ground.  ran a drive with a perfect 3-for-3 passing for 15 yards and a score. Six different receivers had multiple catches, led by (DelMar), who caught seven balls for 114 yards and a touchdown.  finished with seven catches, 90 yards and a score. had another big all-purpose day, totaling 184 yards with 83 on punt returns, 38 on kick returns, 21 yards receiving and 42 on the ground. had 51 yards and a touchdown rushing. Defensively, led Towson with eight tackles.  ...

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  • Field Hockey Picks Up Dramatic Win on Senior Night

    Posted 2018-10-22 15:06:24 by: Exec Exec

      (Kulesza, Neumann) ASTON, Pa. – The Neumann University field hockey team picked up a thrilling win on Senior Night on Wednesday evening, taking down visiting Wesley College in double overtime by a score of 2-1.Senior  (St Elizabeths) made the most of her senior night, scoring both Neumann goals in the win. picked up the victory in net, stopping two shots in goal.Neumann came out eager to honor its seniors, outshooting the Wolverines by a count of 9-2 in the opening half. The hosts early pressure resulted in the game's first goal just 4:50 into play, as Kulesza ripped home a goal off a feed from  to give the Knights an early 1-0 lead. Neumann had several chances to double its lead late in the half, but could not find the back of the net as the game remained 1-0 heading to halftime.Wesley responded with a much better effort in the second half. Looking to tie the contest up, the Wolverines applied significant pressure in the Neumann end for large stretches of the period. The visitors were finally rewarded for their effort at the 42:33 mark of the second stanza, as they tied the contest up at one apiece and set the stage for a dramatic finish.Neither team could break the dead-lock in regulation, so overtime was needed to break the tie. In a back and forth session that saw both teams create chances, Neumann capitalized on its second shot of the extra session. With just 0:29 seconds left in the first overtime, Kulesza smacked home her second goal of the game to send the Knights home with the win.Neumann (7-6, 4-1 Atlantic East) will now have a week off before facing rival Gwynedd Mercy University next Wednesday, October 24th. Game-time for the Atlantic East Conference showdown is scheduled for 4:00 ...

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  • Will Knight Former Smyrna Standout scores his 1st collegiate Rushing TD

    Posted 2018-10-22 13:57:42 by: Nicholas Halliday

    Will Knight Former Smyrna Standout scores his 1st collegiate Rushing ...

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