Saturday’s Recap Best Of The Rest Of Maryland Colleges
Maryland has 20 colleges that are either Div. I/FBS, Div. II or Div. III. Sometimes only the bigger Division I schools get coverage, so I wanted the rest of college sports fans through our entire state to get the coverage they deserve. Here are some highlights from yesterday. They next play at Coppin State on October 12th.
UMES Lady Hawks Volleyball Team (MEAC – Div. I)
The Lady Hawks improved to 16-6 overall and 3-0 in the MEAC as the swept past the Hampton Lady Pirates, 25-23; 25-17; 25-12. The team had a total of 43 kills (14 from Iva Vujosevic and 13 from Rachel Kayongo) and only committed 16 errors. They next play at Coppin State on October 12th.
Frostburg State Bobcats Football Team (Capital – Div. III)
Connor Cox completed 27 passes for 222 yards with three TDs and two INTs and the Bobcat offense total 501 yards in total offense as unfortunately they suffered their first loss of the season to #19 Wesley 27-24 in OT. The loss dropped the Bobcats to 4-1 overall, 3-1 in the Capital Conference. They next play at William Paterson on October 14th.
Goucher Gophers Men’s Soccer Team (Landmark – Div. III)
GK Daniel Hendry had 10 saves for the Gophers as the played to a 0-0 tie against conference foe, Moravian. The tie brings the Gophers to 6-4-3 overall and 1-1-2 in the Landmark Conference. They next play at Ursinus on October 11th.
Hood Blazers Men’s Soccer Team (MAC – Div. III)
Kyle Bulgarelli scored the game-winning goal in the 102nd minute for the Blazers as they held on for a 2-1 victory against Alvenia. The win brings the Blazers overall record to 7-5-1 and 1-1-1 in the MAC Conference. They next host Stevenson on October 11th.
Johns Hopkins Blue Jays Football Team (Centennial – Div. III)
The #23 Blue Jays won their 24th consecutive game in October and avenged their first regular season loss in nearly five years as they routed Franklin & Marshall, 45-7. QB David Tammaro went 32 for 45 and 418 yards and threw five TDs. The next will host Gettysburg on October 20th.
Johns Hopkins Blue Jays Men’s Soccer Team (Centennial – Div. III)
The men’s soccer team (11-1-1; 4-0-1 Centennial Conference) played to a 0-0 tie against Swarthmore. GK Bryan See had 3 saves in the tie. They travel on October 14th to play Franklin & Marshall.
Johns Hopkins Blue Jays Women’s Soccer Team (Centennial – Div. III)
Riley O’Toole’s 2nd half goal was the only one scored in the Blue Jays (10-2-1; 5-0-0 Centennial Conference) 1-0 victory against Muhlenberg. Next game is October 11th at McDaniel.
Johns Hopkins Blue Jays Women’s Volleyball Team (Centennial – Div. III)
With a total of 34 kills and really low five errors, the Blue Jays (16-2; 5-0 Centennial Conference) posted their 15th consecutive victory, sweeping past Muhlenberg, 25-13; 25-18; 25-10. McDaniel plays host to them on October 11th.
McDaniel Green Terror Women’s Soccer Team (Centennial – Div. III)
Kathryn Dixon had two goals and six others contributed a goal to the Green Terror’s (9-3; 5-1 Centennial Conference) 8-1 rout of Bryn Mawr. The only downside in the lob-sided match was Bryn Mawr’s only shot on goal resulted in a goal. They play host to Johns Hopkins on October 11th.
Notre Dame (Maryland) Gators Women’s Volleyball Team (Colonial States – Div. III)
The Gators (17-3; 5-1 Colonial States Conference) cruised to a 3-0 match victory (25-7; 25-12; 25-11) against Centenary University. They are home on October 11th against Christendom College.
St. Mary’s Seahawks Men’s Soccer Team (Capital – Div. III)
Goals by Luke Barber, Emmanuel Oppong and Adam Kratz combined with GK Zack Haussler’s only save he faced, helped the Seahawks (8-4; 4-0 Capital Conference) to a 3-0 blanking over Marymount (Virginia). Christopher Newport comes in to play on October 11th.
Salisbury Sea Gulls Women’s Volleyball Team (Capital – Div. III)
One set took 60 points to decide it, Nicole Venturelli lead with 19 kills and Rachel Dubbs had four service aces as the Sea Gulls (13-7; 2-2 Capital Conference) took down Mary Washington 3 sets to 1 (31-29; 25-19; 18-25; 25-21). The Sea Gulls had a total of 52 kills and only 20 errors for the match. They travel on October 14th to play St. Mary (Maryland).
Stevenson Mustangs Women’s Soccer Team (MAC – Div. III)
Junior Sam Hooker scored her first goal of the season in the 102nd minute on a penalty kick and the Mustangs (9-3; 2-0 MAC Conference) pulled out a 2-1 victory in double overtime. Senior GK Tiffany Mckee had 9 saves in the win. They travel to play on October 10th.
Stevenson Mustangs Women’s Volleyball Team (Centennial – Div. III)
Posting their 10th consecutive victory, the Mustangs (22-1; 5-0 Centennial Conference) swept Washington & Lee, 3-0 (25-20; 25-18; 25-13). Caroline Danger had a team high five service aces in the win, They next play at Albright on October 10th.