Widener University junior women’s soccer player Shea Scannell had a record-setting performance last week.

The Mainland Regional High School graduate had three goals and two assists in Widener’s 9-0 win over Bryn Mawr on Wednesday. She tied the school’s record for eight points in a single game, which was done twice previously in 2008.

In soccer statistics a goal is considered two points and an assist is considered one.

Scannell, a midfielder and captain, scored the game-tying goal in the 82nd minute of a 2-1 overtime win against Wesley on Saturday.

In six games this season, Scannell leads the Pride (5-1) in goals (seven) and points (16). Widener’s next game is Wednesday at home against Goucher.

Madie Gibson (Lower Cape May Regional) had an assist in Monmouth’s 2-0 win over Niagara on Saturday.

Christine Conaghy (Holy Spirit) scored in New Jersey Institute of Technology’s 2-0 win over Wagner on Friday.

In Temple’s 8-0 win over Delaware State on Sunday, Gabriella McKeown (Lower Cape May) scored and Kelcie Dolan (Absegami) helped the defense in the shutout.

Ariel Magee (Lower Cape May) scored two goals, including the overtime winner in the 100th minute of Chestnut Hill’s 4-3 win over Dominican on Saturday.

In Georgian Court’s 9-1 win over Concordia on Saturday, Kelly Poltorak (Holy Spirit) had a goal and Natalie Axelsson (Absegami) made one save.

Sarah Patrignani’s (Vineland) goal in the 33rd minute was the winner for Thomas Jefferson (Philadelphia University) in a 1-0 win over Caldwell on Friday.

Alexis Tunney (Absegami) made one save for the shutout in Albright’s 1-0 win over King’s College on Saturday.

Annie Rose (Lacey Township) had a goal in Alvernia’s 5-2 win over Caltech on Wednesday.

Veronica Garcia (Ocean City) had a goal and an assist in Arcadia’s 6-0 win over Cabrini last Tuesday.

Kylee Ballard (Egg Harbor Township) had an assist on the lone goal in the 15th minute of the United States Coast Guard Academy’s 1-0 win over Salve Regina last Tuesday.

Casey McDonnell (Southern Regional) made one save in a shutout half of Kean’s 2-1 win over Manhattanville on Wednesday. She had five saves for the shutout in a 1-0 win over Stockton on Saturday.

Shelby Money (Vineland) made one save in 59 minutes, 25 seconds of Rowan’s 5-0 win over Marymount on Wednesday. She had three saves in a 3-1 win over New Jersey City on Saturday.

Despina Lianidis (Mainland Regional) assisted on a goal scored by Hannah Richman (EHT) in The College of New Jersey’s 4-0 win over William Paterson on Saturday.

Krista Salvadore (Middle Township) made 21 saves in Wesley’s 2-2 tie with Goucher last Tuesday.


Tight end Mike Gesicki (Southern) had two receptions for 26 yards in Penn State’s 56-0 win over Georgia State on Saturday. Linebacker Manny Bowen (Barnegat) had six tackles, including half of a sack.

Linebacker Antoine White (Millville) had three tackles, including 1.5 for a loss and half of a sack, in Albany’s 28-14 win over Monmouth on Saturday.

Defensive lineman Abdullah Anderson (Absegami) had two tackles in Bucknell’s 30-9 loss to William and Mary on Saturday.

Defensive lineman Clay Robinson (Southern) had three tackles, including one for a loss, in Davidson’s 42-21 win over Guilford on Saturday.

Linebacker Anthony Stubbs (Millville) had 11 tackles, including one for a loss, and a quarterback hurry in Prairie View A&M’s 44-13 loss to Nicholls on Saturday.

Wide receiver Ezekiel Ennis (St. Augustine Prep) had an 8-yard reception in Sacred Heart’s 45-7 loss to Stony Brook on Saturday.

Linebacker Jeff Steeb (Holy Spirit) had two tackles, including a sack, in Villanova’s 59-0 win over Lafayette on Saturday.

Linebacker Kevin Wiesner (Ocean City) had a tackle in Ursinus’ 35-28 win over Juniata on Saturday.

Men’s soccer

Haverford back Ben Clark (St. Augustine Prep) aided the defense in a 1-0 shutout win over Stevens Institute of Technology on Wednesday.

Connor Lindsay (St. Augustine) scored in Immaculata’s 5-0 win over Delaware Valley on Friday.

Andrew Griggs (Absegami) had an assist on the game-tying goal in the 58th minute of Randolph-Macon’s 3-2 win over St. Mary’s on Saturday.

Zack Sakena (Ocean City) had an assist in Rowan’s 6-0 win over New Jersey City on Saturday.

In Rutgers-Camden’s 5-1 win over Cabrini on Wednesday, Jon Gjyleri (Egg Harbor Township) had a goal and Kelvin Siem (Absegami) had an assists. For Cabrini, Jared Irwin (Wildwood) scored.

Field hockey

Delaware back MacKenzie Meyer (EHT) and the rest of the Blue Hens defense shut out Penn State 2-0 on Sunday.

Kelly Hanna (Ocean City) scored the game-tying goal in the 22nd minute in Monmouth’s 3-2 win over Quinnipiac on Saturday.

Madison Morano (Eastern Regional, Hammonton resident) scored twice in Penn State’s 5-1 win over Bucknell last Tuesday. She also scored in a 3-0 win over Iowa on Friday.

Saint Joseph’s freshman back Nicholl Fenton (Ocean City) and the rest of the defense, allowed just one goal in two wins last week — a 2-0 win over Saint Louis on Friday and a 3-1 win over Lock Haven on Sunday.

Gillian Nardelli (Cumberland Regional) had two goals in Delaware Valley’s 6-1 win over Moravian on Thursday. She also scored in a 2-0 win over Drew on Saturday.

Sarita Charap (Ocean City) made 22 saves in Oswego State’s 5-4 win over Elmira on Wednesday. She made seven saves in a 4-1 win over Wells on Saturday.

Jordana Ambros (Cumberland Regional) had a goal and an assist in Widener’s 7-1 win over Immaculata on Thursday. She scored the game-winning goal in the 51st minute of a 2-01 win over Virginia Wesleyan on Sunday.

Men’s cross country

Bloomfield’s Giovanni Aracena (Pleasantville) finished 68th (30:25.89) on the 8,000-kilometer course Saturday in the Bill Fritz/Charlie Way Invitational at Rowan University.

Rutgers-Camden also competed at Rowan on Saturday. Elijah Crouch (Buena Regional) finished 86th (31:15.49) and Daniel Miranda (EHT) was 156 (46.43.27).

Women’s cross country

Emily Johnson (Wildwood Catholic) helped Seton Hall to a first-place team finish at the New York Institute of Technology Cross Country Invitational on Saturday. Johnson finished in fourth place (19:08.89) in the 5K course.

Towson’s Abby Gauthier (Lacey Township) was 35th (19:58.76) at the Monmouth Invitational’s 5K course Saturday.

Vanderbilt’s Devon Grisbaum (Ocean City) took 61st (19:40.09) on the 5K course at the Commodore Classic in Nashville, Tennessee, on Saturday.

Cairn’s Gretchen Shirk (Ocean City) finished 74th (32:07.15) on the 6K course at the Bill Fritz/Charlie Way Invitational at Rowan University on Saturday. Rutgers-Camden’s Daniella Perez (EHT) also competed at Rowan, finishing 94th (39.46.55).

Women’s tennis

Abby Banner (EHT) won 6-2, 6-4 for Rutgers-Camden in a 6-3 loss to Gwynedd Mercy on Sunday.

Men’s golf

David Hicks (Middle Township) finished in a tie for fourth at the Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational in Huntington, West Virginia, on Sept. 11. He shot a 5-under-par 137 over the course of two rounds, his best 36-hole score and eighth best in school history. The third round was canceled due to weather. William & Mary took sixth place out of 15 teams.

Hicks helped William & Mary to a fifth-place finish (16 teams) at the Eastern Kentucky University Raising Cane’s Intercollegiate in Richmond, Kentucky, held Saturday and Sunday. Hicks shot an 8-over 218 to tie for 43rd, with his best score being a 71 he shot in the second round.

Matthew Rizzo (Southern Regional) shot a two-round 157 for Drew, tying him for 73rd, at the Middlebury Duke Nelson Invitational in Middlebury, Vermonts, held Saturday and Sunday.

Robert Gavin (Lacey Township) shot a 6-over 76 in FDU-Florham’s 307-304 loss to King’s College in a dual match Thursday in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Gavin tied for third out of 14 golfers.

Women’s volleyball

Amy Bruno (Barnegat) had three kills in Georgian Court’s 3-1 loss to Holy Family on Wednesday. She had six kills in a 3-0 loss to Bentley on Saturday. She had nine kills in a 3-1 loss to Molloy on Saturday.

Samantha Spurrier (Our Lady of Mercy) had two kills in the University of the Sciences’ 3-0 win over Dominican on Wednesday.

Kelsey Ritner (Barnegat) had 14 kills in Hood’s 3-0 loss to McDaniel on Thursday.

Sara Ridgway (Barnegat) had 10 kills in Kean’s 3-0 win over William Paterson last Tuesday. She had four kills and a dig in a 3-0 win over Southern Maine on Saturday. She had eight kills in a 3-0 win over Western Connecticut State on Saturday.

Jennifer Severino (Absegami) had three kills and two digs in Keene State’s 3-0 win over Trinity on Thursday. She had three digs in a 3-0 win over Eastern Connecticut State on Saturday. She had eight kills and two digs in a 3-0 win over Salve Regina on Saturday.

Alexa Cacacie (Southern) had nine kills and two digs in Maine Maritime’s 3-0 win over Husson on Wednesday. Cacacie had 18 kills and four digs in a 3-1 win over Maritime (New York) on Saturday. She had 16 kills and three digs in a 3-1 win over Merchant Marine on Sunday. She had 10 kills, five service aces and two digs in a 3-0 win over Massachusetts Maritime on Sunday.

Morgan Ridgway (Barnegat) had two kills in Ramapo’s 3-0 win over St. Joseph’s Long Island on Saturday.

In Rutgers-Camden’s 3-0 win over New Jersey City last Tuesday, Morgan Mulligan (Pinelands Regional) had four kills, twin sister Jamie Mulligan (Pinelands) had 11 kills and Jordan Erskine (Barnegat) had six kills and two digs. In a 3-0 loss to Haverford on Saturday, Morgan Mulligan had six kills and three digs, Jamie Mulligan 14 kills and 17 digs and Erskine had nine kills and seven digs. In a 3-1 loss to Widener on Saturday, Morgan Mulligan had six kills and two digs, Jamie Mulligan had 11 kills and four digs and Erskine had five kills and three digs.

In Rutgers-Camden’s 3-1 loss to Catholic on Sunday, Jamie Mulligan had 11 kills and 10 digs, Erskine had seven kills and Morgan Mulligan had 11 kills and two digs. In a 3-2 loss to Neumann on Sunday, Morgan Mulligan had 13 kills, Erskine had eight kills and Jamie Mulligan had six kills and three digs.

Courtney Olson (Absegami) had three kills in Wesley’s 3-0 loss to Widener on Wednesday. She had five kills in a 3-1 in over John Jay on Saturday.

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I graduated from Rowan University in 2011 where I studied journalism. I covered local high school and college sports at the South Jersey Times and Vineland Daily Journal. I have been a sports reporter with The Press since July of 2013

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