ERIE, Pa. — Penn State Behrend wrestler Kyle Trim won three bouts at the Jamestown Community College Open and another at home against St. John Fisher. Trim, a heavyweight, has nine wins by fall this season.
Behrend’s basketball, volleyball, track and field, and swimming and diving teams also were in action last week. Here are the scores and highlights:
Penn State Behrend 87, Mt. Aloysius 50
Alfred State 72, Penn State Behrend 66
Tommy DiRienzo, a junior from Pittsburgh, scored a career-high 27 points against Mt. Aloysius. He also grabbed six rebounds and had three steals. Seth Myers, a senior from Erie, added 17 points.
Penn State Behrend 81, Mt. Aloysius 49
Penn State Behrend 93, Alfred State 57
Rachel Majewski, a sophomore from Erie, scored 21 points against Mt. Aloysius. Madilyn Boyer, a freshman from Saxonburg, scored 16 against Alfred State.
Concordia Wisconsin 3, Penn State Behrend 2
Penn State Behrend 3, St. Vincent 0
Penn State Behrend 3, Thiel 1
Alex Jackson, a junior from Cochranton, recorded 37 assists and 12 digs against Thiel. Kyle Hoffman, a freshman from Carlton, had 12 kills.
Men’s swimming and diving
Penn State Behrend 177, Nazareth 101
Tim Compton, a sophomore from Pittsburgh, set a pool record in the 200 butterfly, finishing in 1:53.61. He also won the 100 butterfly (51.96) and swam a leg of the winning 200 medley relay. Jake Niziol, a junior from Eighty Four, won the 100 breaststroke (1:01.36) and the 200 breaststroke (2:17.98).
Women’s swimming and diving
Nazareth 186, Penn State Behrend 90
Madelyn King, a freshman from Uniontown, won the 200 IM, finishing in 2:27. The Behrend freestyle team — Jadyn Danylko, Trulee Stainbrook, Bella Nadzam and Becca Krenzer — won the 200 relay, finishing in 1:48.28.
Men’s track and field
Samuel Hetrick, a junior from New Bethlehem, won the high jump at the Spire Collegiate Invite, clearing a height of 2.04 meters. Cody Klein, a sophomore from North East, won the 800-meter race, finishing in 1:57.97. Klein joined teammates Zachary Tingley, Jason Seevers and Aiden Reinsel in the 4x400 relay, which the Lions won in 3:34.33.
Women’s track and field
Madison Kappeler, a junior from Cecil, won the pole vault event at the Spire Collegiate Invite, clearing a height of 3.20 meters. Savanna Carr, a senior from Franklin, placed second in the mile run, finishing in 5:20.17.
St. John Fisher 38, Penn State Behrend 12
Brian Himes, a senior from Brookville, earned his first pin of the season in the 184-pound bout against St. John Fisher.
Scores, updates and video links for Penn State Behrend athletics are posted at psblions.com.