Behrend women's soccer team wins in double overtime

A Penn State Behrend soccer player kicks the ball above her head.

The Penn State Behrend women's soccer team beat D'Youville with a goal in the 103rd minute.

Credit: Penn State Behrend

ERIE, Pa. — Brenna McGuire, a sophomore from McDonald, scored off the back of her foot in the second overtime against D’Youville. It was her second goal of the game.

The college’s golf, volleyball, cross-country and tennis teams also were in action last week. Here are the highlights:

Men’s soccer

Penn State Behrend 3, Franciscan 1

Penn State Behrend 4, D’Youville 0

The Lions have an 11-0 record and are ranked 10th in the nation. Three different players scored against Franciscan.

Women’s soccer

Penn State Behrend 2, Franciscan 1

Penn State Behrend 2, D’Youville 1 (2OT)

The Lions outshot D’Youville, 38-3, including eight shots in overtime.

Men’s golf

First (of 10 teams) at the James Bowen Fall Invitational

Ryan Meyer, a freshman from Sewickley, placed second after a playoff at the Lawrence Park Golf Club. He carded a 75.

Men’s cross-country

Placed 29th (of 40 teams) at the Live in Lou Cross Country Classic

Jake Lehotsky, a junior from Erie, ran the fastest time for the Lions. He finished the 8K race in 26:43.6.

Women’s cross-country

Placed 19th (of 37 teams) at the Live in Lou Cross Country Classic

Riley Crissman, a senior from Bradford, ran the fastest time for the Lions. She finished the 5K race in 21:56.4.

Women’s volleyball

Penn State Behrend 3, DeSales 2

Marymount 3, Penn State Behrend 0

Virginia Wesleyan 3, Penn State Behrend 1

Penn State Behrend 3, Medaille 0

Dani Kosslow, a sophomore from Pittsburgh, scored a career-high eight service aces against Medaille at the Marymount Invitational. Madison Clapper, a junior from Hollidaysburg, had 32 digs against DeSales. She was named to the all-tournament team.

Men’s tennis

Grove City 6, Penn State Behrend 3

Ricky Dong, a freshman from Beijing, won at No. 1 singles, 7-5, 6-4. Mason Harbaugh, a freshman from Greensburg, and Jimmy Lobdell, a sophomore from Warren, won at No. 2 doubles, finishing 8-6.

Women’s tennis

D’Youville 6, Penn State Behrend 3

Thiel 6, Penn State Behrend 3

Marissa Bowles, a junior from South Orange, New Jersey, and Jada Donatien, a sophomore from Brooklyn, New York, won at No. 1 doubles against both D’Youville and Thiel. Bowles also won at No. 1 singles against Thiel.

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