ERIE, Pa. — Penn State Behrend’s cross country teams won the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference championships at Mt. Aloysius on Oct. 29. Kody Klein, a sophomore from North East, won the men’s individual title. Savanna Carr, a senior from Franklin, won the women’s championship.
Behrend’s soccer, swimming and diving, volleyball and bowling teams also were in action last week. Here are the scores and highlights:
Men’s cross country
First (of six teams) at the AMCC championships
Klein finished in 27:14.5, nearly 10 seconds ahead of the next runner. Nick Temel, a senior from Conneaut Lake, placed third, finishing 28:35.9.
Women’s cross country
Carr finished in 24:06.4. Olivia Nola, a sophomore from Erie, was second, with a time of 24:35.1.
Penn State Behrend 4, Pitt-Bradford 0
Johnathan Swann, a sophomore from Allison Park, scored two goals against Pitt-Bradford. Justin Hockenberger, a senior from Spencerport, New York, added two more, and an assist.
Penn State Behrend 6, Pitt-Bradford 1
Trinity Prestash, a sophomore from Phillipsburg, scored three goals against Pitt-Bradford, earning her second hat trick of the season.
Penn State Behrend 3, Mt. Aloysius 0
Penn State Behrend 3, Pitt-Bradford 1
Hannah Phillips, a junior from Pittsburgh, led the Lions against Pitt-Bradford with 17 kills and 11 digs. Meg Goodsel, a junior from Corry, had 34 assists, seven digs and four kills against Mt. Aloysius.
Men’s swimming and diving
Alfred State 213, Penn State Behrend 87
Penn State Behrend 134, Chatham 32
Jacob Eshelman, a senior from Franklin, won the 200 breaststroke against Alfred State, finishing in 2:19.17. He won the 1000 free against Chatham, finishing in 10:38.78.
Women’s swimming and diving
Alfred State 194, Penn State Behrend 86
Penn State Behrend 134, Chatham 80
Isabel Sheridan, a freshman from Allentown, won the 200 IM against Chatham, finishing in 2:26.17. She also won the 100 backstroke, finishing in 1:05.70.
St. Vincent 872, Penn State Behrend 756
Penn State Behrend 764, Hilbert 671
Penn State Behrend 884, Walsh 834
Medaille 845, Penn State Behrend 747
Penn State Behrend 770, D’Youville 740
Pitt-Bradford 780, Penn State Behrend 697
Daemen 925, Penn State Behrend 821
Medaille 910, Penn State Behrend 873
D’Youville 847, Penn State Behrend 681
Walsh 887, Penn State Behrend 885
Bella Pilyih, a junior from Pittsburgh, placed 15th at the two-day Daemen Invitational. She anchored the Lions in the Baker-format matches, scoring a team-high 193 points against Hilbert
Scores, updates and video links for Penn State Behrend athletics are posted at psblions.com.