Scranton women’s track wins three at Dickinson
The University of Scranton women won three events at Dickinson College’s Ducharme Invitational on Sunday, finishing third out of eight teams in the track and field meet.
Holy Redeemer product Caroline Banas won the high jump, one of 26 top-10 finishes for the Lady Royals.
Annmarie Onwuka took the 400 meters and Jasmin Russo won the 55-meter hurdles.
Scranton’s men also finished third at Dickinson, notching 10 top-10 results.
Valley View grad Mark Merli, the reigning Landmark Conference Field Athlete of the Week, earned a runner-up finish in the long jump and placing third in the 55-meter dash.
Lackawanna Trail graduate Matt Kinback was third in the 800 meters, and Connor Sharp was fourth in the 55 meters and the 200.
At Dubois, Penn StateScranton fell to PSU-DUBOIS, 92-81.
Arel Lamour led PSUScranton with 24 points. Scranton High graduate Cameron Jordan contributed 16 points, Tom Gonzales added 15 and Abington Heights graduate Mike Foder scored 11 to go with five steals and four assists.
At Dubois, Delaware Valley’s Jenna Pacella led Penn State-scranton with 17 points in a losing effort to Penn State-dubois, 88-58.
West Scranton’s Morgan Dougherty poured in a careerbest 15 points and North Pocono’s Sarah Kaneski had 11 points and 10 rebounds for the local Lady Lions.
Marywood University opened its season with a 17-5 loss to St. Mary’s College of Maryland, spoiling the debut for Pacers coach Jon Knowles.
Patrick Dingwell and Zach Beja each posted a goal and an assist for the Pacers.
At Laplume, Lycoming College recorded a 51-3 win over Keystone College.
Freshman Jason Jones won a 10-3 decision over Josiah Mcclarren at 141 pounds for Keystone.