Fresh­man Bonetz in the mix for Kent State field hockey

The Southern Berks News - - SPORTS - By Bill Arse­nault

After just one start ear­lier in the sea­son, fresh­man Ash­ley Bonetz has moved up to the first team and has started the last four games for the Kent State field hockey team.

Bonetz, from Dou­glassville (Daniel Boone), is see­ing plenty of time at mid­field for the Golden Flashes who are 4-9 over­all and 1-1 in Mid-Amer­i­can Con­fer­ence play.

Kent had a big ef­fort against No. 4-ranked Penn State on Oct. 1 in Kent, Ohio. The Nit­tany Lions held a tight 3-2 lead at the half be­fore win­ning 5-3. Bonetz played all 70 min­utes in the game. She also started in a 3-2 loss to Rich­mond on Sept. 23, a 2-0 tri­umph over St. Louis in Sept. 24 and a 1-0 MAC loss to Mi­ami on Sept. 29.

“What at­tracted us about Ash­ley when we re­cruited her was her com­mit­ment and hard work,” coach Kath­leen Wiler said. “She’s a blue col­lar type of player and she’s been de­vel­op­ing well and has contributed to our of­fense and de­fense in the mid­dle of the field.”


MIF­FLIN) » The sopho­more fin­ished 87th over­all and 78th in the team scor­ing at the Brown Di­vi­sion race at Le­high’s an­nual Paul Short Run on Sept. 29 in Beth­le­hem. Myers cov­ered the 8,000 meter course in a per­sonal record time of 26:54. He was the fourth best fin­isher for the Raiders who were 13th out of 20 teams with a 367 point to­tal. Myers com­peted in the same race last sea­son as a fresh­man and cov­ered the 8,000 meter dis­tance in a sea­sonbest time of 28:06.9. He will be in the lineup when Col­gate com­petes in the Pa­triot League Cham­pi­onship over the same course on Saturday Oct. 28.

JILL BRAUNSBERG (DANIEL BOONE) » The 5-foot10 sopho­more set­ter/op­po­site recorded her fourth triple dou­ble of the sea­son for the Wilm­ing­ton (Del.) women’s vol­ley­ball team when she had 10 kills, 10 as­sists and 16 digs in a 3-1 vic­tory at Ny­ack (N.Y.) on Sept. 29.

Braunsberg leads the Wild­cats with 128 kills and 229 digs and she’s sec­ond in as­sists with 223. She also has 19 ser­vice aces and 19 to­tal blocks. Wilm­ing­ton is 7-12 over­all and 3-4 in Cen­tral At­lantic Col­le­giate Con­fer­ence play after a 3-0 league vic­tory over US­ciences on Oct. 3.

CORINNE GROHOSKI (EX­ETER) » The fresh­man kicked off her col­lege ca­reer with the Millersville women’s ten­nis team in the PSAC In­di­vid­ual Cham­pi­onships

on Sept.30 in Bloomsburg. Grohoski and Katina Jones of Lan­caster de­feated a duo from Cal­i­for­nia 8-4 in the opening round but came up short 8-2 in the quar­ter­fi­nal round. Grohoski also com­peted in sin­gles play. She met Slip­pery Rock se­nior Carla Cor­rochano-Mo­rillo of Spain in the first round and fell 7-6 and 7-5.


BOONE) » The 5-foot-3 se­nior fin­ished 102nd out of 198 run­ners and her Rider women’s cross coun­try team was 19th out of 24 teams in the Brown Di­vi­sion Race at Le­high’s an­nual Paul Short Run on Sept. 29 in Beth­le­hem.

Her 6,000 meter time was 23:49. It was the third straight year that Santora has com­peted in the meet. She prepped for the race by fin­ish­ing 21st in the Rider In­vi­ta­tional on Sept. 15 in Lawrenceville, N.J. with a 6,000 meter time of 24:56.2.


» The se­nior is a top de­fender on the Al­bright women’s soc­cer team, the Lions 5-5-1 over­all and 0-1-1 after a 0-0 tie with No. 11-ranked Mes­siah in a MAC Free­dom game on Oct. 3 in Read­ing. Saxon has a goal and an as­sist and both came in a 2-1 vic­tory over FDU-Florham on Sept. 26. The team has given up just 10 goals

with five shutouts. Saxon has played in 68 games and started 67 on de­fense in her ca­reer with the Lions and has chipped in with two goals and four as­sists for eight points dur­ing that time.


CATHOLIC) » She’s just a ju­nior but she al­ready has 1,000 ca­reer kills and 1,000 ca­reer digs for the Jef­fer­son women’s vol­ley­ball team. She has a team-high 239 kills this sea­son giv­ing her 1,046 for her ca­reer and leads the Rams with 223 digs and has 1,033 for her ca­reer. She also has 27 to­tal blocks, 17 ser­vice aces and a team-high 272.5 points to help Jef­fer­son start at 11-6 over­all and 6-1 in East Coast Con­fer­ence play after drop­ping its first league match 3-1 at Chest­nut Hill on Oct. 3.

BLAKE LUTZ (BERKS CATHOLIC) » The 6-foot, 176-pound se­nior is start­ing at free safety for the Le­banon Val­ley foot­ball team. He has 13 tack­les, in­clud­ing seven unas­sisted. He had his sec­ond ca­reer in­ter­cep­tion in a 24-14 vic­tory over FDUFlorham on Sept. 23. Lutz missed last sea­son with an in­jury but had 25 tack­les and an in­ter­cep­tion which he re­turned 46 yards for a touch­down as a sopho­more. The Dutch­men are 2-3 over­all and 2-2 in Mid­dle At­lantic Con­fer­ence play after a 28-20 loss to Wi­dener on Sept. 30 in Ch­ester.


VAL­LEY) » The 6-foot-1, 163-pound fresh­man mid­fielder has played in all 10 games with five starts for the Ursi­nus men’s soc­cer team. He scored his first col­lege goal in just his sec­ond game with the Bears and it was a game-win­ner off a re­bound at the 89:44 mark of a 3-2 over­time vic­tory over Ar­ca­dia on Sept. 5. The Bears are 2-8 over­all and 0-4 in Cen­ten­nial Con­fer­ence play after a 3-1 non-league loss at Stock­ton (N.J.) on Oct. 3.


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