Scott Sada, a senior from Saegertown, set the NCAA Division III record for career doubles (82) in a Penn State Behrend baseball win over Medaille.
The college’s softball, volleyball, track and field and water polo teams also were in action last week. Here are the highlights:
Penn State Behrend 12, Alfred State 0
Alfred State 13, Penn State Behrend 9
Medaille 8, Penn State Behrend 1
Penn State Behrend 8, Medaille 3
Penn State Behrend 7, Allegheny 4
Phil Myers, a senior from DuBois, pitched a complete game in the win over Alfred State. He allowed just two hits in seven innings of work.
Penn State Behrend 3, Mt. Aloysius 2 (9 innings)
Mt. Aloysius 5, Penn State Behrend 2
Penn State Behrend 9, D’Youville 1 (5 innings)
D’Youville 5, Penn State Behrend 4
AJ Nichols, a senior from Pittsburgh, hit a two-run homer in the first game against D’Youville. She also pitched a shutout, striking out nine batters.
Men’s track and field
Braeden Smith, a sophomore from Erie, placed second in the high jump at the Westminster Invitational, leaping a height of 1.94 meters.
Women’s track and field
Emily Mischen, a freshman from Gibsonia, set a school record in the outdoor shot put with an 11.11-meter toss at the Westminster Invitational. She finished ninth.
Wittenberg 3, Penn State Behrend 2
Thiel 3, Penn State Behrend 2
The Lions entered the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference tournament as the No. 4 seed. They lost in the semifinals.
Women’s water polo
Connecticut College 13, Penn State Behrend 9
Penn State Behrend 5, Washington & Jefferson 0
Grove City 12, Penn State Behrend 10
Austin 19, Penn State Behrend 7
The Lions placed eighth at the Collegiate Water Polo Association Championships. Lauren Wood, a senior from Vernon Hills, Illinois, scored four goals against Connecticut College and two more against Grove City.
Scores, results and updates for Penn State Behrend athletics are posted at psblions.com.
Assistant director, news and information, Penn State Behrend
Sports information director, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College