VARIOUS LOCATIONS – Here are the highlights of teams from colleges in the state of Maryland that are Division III NCAA programs that either won or played to a tie on Saturday, October 21st.
FROSTBURG STATE BOBCATS Men’s Football
Junior QB Connor Cox threw for four touchdowns and the Bobcat defense only allowed one field goal and had six sacks with one interception, as the #18 Bobcats (6-1; 5-1 New Jersey Athletic Conference) trounced the Montclair State Red Hawks (3-4; 3-3), 62-3.
The Red Hawks could only muster 198 yards of total offense in the loss.
FROSTBURG STATE BOBCATS Women’s Soccer
Bobcats Sophomore F Brooke Saehade’s fourth goal of the season at the 48:37 mark was the only goal scored as Frostburg State (7-7-2; 6-1-1 Captial Athletic Conference) won on their final home game of the season, defeating Salisbury Sea Gulls, 1-0.
Junior GK Emily Faust had four saves in the Bobcats victory.
HOOD BLAZERS Men’s Soccer
Sophomore F/M Alain Shekanino’s overtime goal at the 97:40 mark was the difference as the Blazers (8-7-1; 2-3-1 Middle Atlantic Conference) defeated Albright, 2-1. It was the third goal of the season for Shekanino.
Junior D Robert Ellerson scored his first goal at 9:34 mark in the first half with a 20-yard free kick from the left side.
JOHNS HOPKINS BLUE JAYS Men’s Soccer
Sophomore M/F Achim Younker and Sophomore F/M Liam Moylan each had two goals for the Blue Jays and Freshman M RJ Moore alongside Freshman F Jonathon Brown added a goal a piece as Johns Hopkins (13-1-2; 6-0-2 Centennial Conference) blanked the Ursinus Bears, 6-0. It was the second consecutive shut out for the Blue Jays.
Senior GK Bryan See only faced one shot on goal the entire game and saved that shot. The Blue Jays outshot the Bear 23-3.
JOHNS HOPKINS BLUE JAYS Women’s Soccer
Senior Forward Michelle Santangelo had a hat trick and Sophomore M Carly Lupton-Smith, Senior D Hallie Horvath and Sophomore F Kristen Nixon each scored a goal as the #10 Blue Jays (13-2-1; 8-0-0 Centennial Conference) stomped the Ursinus Bears by the same score that their male counterparts defeated the men’s Bears team, 6-0.
The tandem of Senior GK Bess Kitzmiller and Sophomore Robyn Lipschultz had it very easy on Saturday. Kitzmiller play the entire first half and Lipschultz came in to play the second but neither lady faced a shot on goal as the Bears had three shots in the entire game but none came close to the net.
JOHNS HOPKINS BLUE JAYS Women’s Volleyball
Three Blue Jays had 10 or more kills, and the team only committed eight hitting errors in the entire game as Johns Hopkins (20-3; 8-0 Centennial Conference) rebounded from their loss to #25 Stevenson last Tuesday by shutting out the Ursinus Bears, three sets to none (25-14; 25-12; 25-7).
MCDANIEL GREEN TERROR Women’s Soccer
Freshman GK Sydney Kelly saved three shots and the Green Terror had 23 shots of their own but could not muster a goal, as McDaniel (11-4-1; 6-2-1 Centennial Conference) played to a 0-0 (2OT) tie against the Muhlenberg Mules Satruday.
MCDANIEL GREEN TERROR Women’s Volleyball
The Green Terror (17-6) defeated Lancaster Bible, three sets to none (25-19; 25-18; 27-25) in a non-conference match up Saturday.
ST. MARY’S SEAHAWKS Men’s Soccer
On Senior Day for the Seahawks, Senior F Adam Kratz scored a goal and Senior GK Zack Hauussler saved six shots as St. Mary’s (11-5-0; 7-1-0 Capital Athletic Conference) blanked the Wesley Wolverines, 2-0.
Junior M Juwan Kearson scored the other goal for the Seahawks.
ST. MARY’S SEAHAWKS Women’s Soccer
On the same day as the men, the St. Mary’s Seahawks women’s soccer team also had their senior day. Freshman F Alex Moody scored two goals and Junior M/F Emily Huey along with Freshman F Madison Webb each had a goal a piece as the Seahawks (4-8-4; 3-3-2 Capital Athletic Conference) gave the seniors a victory in their final home game of their career, defeating the Wesley Wolverines, 4-1.
Senior GK Sydney Larkin allowed one goal and saved one shot in the victory.
SALISBURY SEA GULLS Women’s Volleyball
The Sea Gulls (17-8; 5-3 Capital Athletic Conference) swept a pair of matches on Saturday. They defeated Penn State Harrisburg, three sets to none (25-19; 25-17; 25-20) and then took down Arcadia, three sets to one (25-11; 25-23; 13-25; 25-19)
STEVENSON MUSTANGS Men’s Football
Junior QB Dan Williams threw for 381 yards and three touchdowns and Senior WR Preston Addo had six receptions for 165 yards and one touchdown, as Stevenson (4-3; 4-2 Centennial Conference) held on to defeat the Albright Lions, 26-23, on Saturday afternoon.
STEVENSON MUSTANGS Women’s Field Hockey
Junior D Marissa Hoffman’s goal at the 83:23 mark in overtime (with an assist from Sophomore F Emma Adams) was the difference as the Stevenson (6-9; 2-4 Centennial Conference) upsetted the Alverina Lions, 3-2. It was the second goal of the year for Hoffman.
STEVENSON MUSTANGS Women’s Soccer
On Senior Day, Senior GK Tiffany McKee had four saves and five different Mustangs each had one goal as Stevenson (11-5-0; 4-2-0 Centennial Conference) took down the Lycoming Warriors, 5-1, Saturday afternoon.
STEVENSON MUSTANGS Women’s Volleyball
Stevenson followed up it’s upset over #16 Johns Hopkins with a pair of victory at a quad match-up at Esby Gym in Glassboro, New Jersey Saturday afternoon. The Mustangs (27-1; 7-0 Centennial Conference) have now won 15 matches in a row, the third-longest in Division III history.
In the first match-up against the Rowan Profs, they cruised to a three sets to none victory (25-16; 25-23; 25-18).
Against the Stockton Ospreys, Mustangs Sophomore OH Katie Leftridge had 13 kills and teammate Senior OH Annika Schwartz posted 11 kills and four service aces.
WASHINGTON COLLEGE SHOREWOMEN Volleyball
On Senior Day, Senior MH Alaina Geissberger had 11 kills and the team had a total of 11 service aces (Geissberger had three of them), as the Shorewomen (16-10; 2-6 Centennial Conference) won their final home game of the season against the Hood Blazers, three sets to one (25-21; 25-11; 21-25; 25-15)