MVB: The Colonels swept Widener, 3-0, on their Senior Night, as seniors Michael Henne and Brian Schumacher had big matches. Henne tied his career highs in kills and digs, with six kills and 10 digs, and Schumacher led the Colonels in kills with eight and recorded a great hitting percentage at .778.
BASE: The Colonels, scoring nine runs in the first inning, with five players having at least two RBIs, cruised past Penn State Wilkes-Barre, 16-2. Senior Jarret Clymer, juniors Jack Fischer and Nick Capozzi, and sophomore Brady Wing each had two RBIs, senior Joe Champi had three.
SOFT: The Lady Colonels offense was seemingly unstoppable, as it went off for 27 runs in a doubleheader against Keystone. They won the first game 16-4 and the second game 11-3. Freshman Britny Jumalon led the offense in game one, going 4-for-4 with two RBIs, and senior Christina Gambino went 3-for-4 with 4 RBIs. In the second game, sophomore Gracen Staunton led the Lady Colonels with 2 RBIs, as she went 2-for-4.
WLAX: The Lady Colonels couldn’t seem to stop the Lady Monarch attack, as they fell to King’s 17-5. King’s scored 13 of its 17 goals in the first half. Junior Kyra Boccio and sophomore Laura Singleton each had one goal and one assist to led the Lady Colonel offense.
MLAX: See page 19.
SOFT: The Lady Colonels split a doubleheader at Lycoming, 9-1 and 3-4, with six players getting RBIs in game 1. Senior Christina Gambino junior Haley Welker had two RBIs each, sophomores Gracen Staunton and Sarah Gibson and freshmen Britny Jumalon and Megan Magoon had one RBI each.
MTEN: The Colonels picked up their first MAC Freedom victory of the season, as they swept a pair of matches against Misericordia (9-0) and SUNY Oneonta (7-2).
BASE: See page 19.
MTEN: Wilkes swept a pair of matches again as they defeated DeSales, 8-1, and Delaware Valley, 9-0.
WTEN: The Lady Colonels won both their matches on the day, defeating DeSales 9-0, and Delaware Valley 8-1. Senior Brittany Stanton, junior Erin Volutza, sophomore Laura Zielinski, and freshmen Sarah Malone and Dagney Markle all won both their match-ups on the day.
WLAX: Senior Jessyca Held scored six goals for the Lady Colonels, but that was not enough to lead them past Manhattanville, as they fell 23-10. Manhattanville had a 41-25 shot advantage on the day.
MLAX: The Colonels could not put a stop to the Manhattanville attack, as they surrendered seven straight goals in the second quarter. Freshman Nico Lorenzo led the offense with 3 goals and one assist. The Colonels would fall to the Valients 16-11.
BASE: See page 19.
SOFT: Playing at Manhattanville, the Lady Colonels dropped both games in the doubleheader, 7-2 and 8-0. Freshman Jordyn Kondras collected two hits on the day, and sophomore Gracen Staunton drove in two runs in the first game.