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.