Sports Recap Central: 11/06/2015

Field Hockey

(9-9) (3-3)

Oct. 25 vs. Temple

L, 4-1

Despite junior Amanda Magadan’s ninth goal of the season, the Leopards couldn’t overcome a first half three-goal deficit. Junior goalkeeper Katelyn Arnold tallied six saves.

Oct. 31 vs. Colgate

W, 1-0

Sophomore Ellen Colbourne secured her first goal of the season and a Patriot League tournament spot for the Leopards within the first 27 seconds of their Halloween Day match. Shots on goal were 13-0 in favor of Lafayette during the first half.

Nov. 1 vs. Yale

W, 1-0

A goal by sophomore Rosie Shanks pushed Lafayette past the Bulldogs on senior day, tallying their second victory in two days. Arnold had three saves in the squad’s last home game.

Cross Country

Oct. 31, Patriot League Championships at Colgate

9th place finish, women

8th place finish, men

Junior Andrew Morra and junior Kelvin Serem’s top 50 finishes pushed the men’s team up one place from last years’ tourney, while freshman Emily Moore led the way for the women. Select runners will head to Princeton on Nov. 13 for the NCAA Mideast Regional meet.

Volleyball

(11-12) (3-9)

Oct. 30 at Bucknell

L, 3-0

Despite a close match earlier in the season, the Lafayette dropped five straight sets to the Bison this past weekend. Junior Jet Manzi led the defense with 17 digs.

Football

(1-8) (0-4)

Oct. 31 vs. Bucknell

L, 35-24

Sophomore DeSean Brown led the Lafayette offense with a career high 110 yards rushing. Unfortunately, two late touchdowns pushed the Bison to victory, tallying the Leopard’s fourth conference loss.

Men’s Soccer

(5-7-5) (2-4-1)

Oct. 29 at Lehigh

L, 2-0

Sophomore goalkeeper Brian Ehrlich’s six saves in net weren’t enough to fend off Lafayette’s rival as they returned home with their third Patriot League loss.

Oct. 31 vs. Navy

L, 4-0

Lafayette couldn’t capture the senior day win as the squad was shut out for the sixth straight match. Sophomore Brad Seeber had four saves in goal.

Women’s Soccer

(8-7-1) (2-6-1)

Oct. 31 at Colgate

L, 1-0

Junior Danielle Sedillo and sophomore Kelly O’Brien combined for five saves in the squad’s final match of the season.

 

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