Soccer/volleyball

Victoria Moulder registered match-bests of 10 kills and six blocks to lead SUNY Oneonta to a, 3-0, sweep over Elmira College in the opening match of its Dig Pink Invitational at the Dewar Arena Friday evening.

The Red Dragons have now won six of its last seven matches, with their one loss coming at The College of Mount Saint Vincent Saturday, Oct. 26. The Dolphins won the match, 3-2.

SUNY Oneonta, which won, 25-15, 25-20, 25-18, also received match-bests from Jessica Fowler (26 assists and three aces), Lindsay Pelaccio (11 digs), and Juliana Valencia (three aces).

Adriana Losier contributed six kills while teammates Gillian Stieglitz and Kathryn Johnston had five kills apiece for the Red Dragons, who held a 30-25 advantage in kills.

Stieglitz also finished with three blocks for the SUNY Oneonta, which finished with a 12-4 advantage in blocks.

The win pushes the Red Dragons to fourth place in the SUNYAC standings and also into a tie with SUNY Cortland, as both teams share a 6-3 conference record.

SUNY Oneonta will face Eastern University at noon and Cazenovia College at 2 p.m Saturday, Nov. 2.

Kassi Hastings recorded a team-best 24 assists for Elmira College (11-15), which plays Cazenovia College and Baruch College in two matches Saturday.

COLLEGE MEN’S SOCCER

Penn State Abington 4, SUNY Cobleskill 0

Rashawn Best, John Gergen and Garrett Maxwell combined for six saves but SUNY Cobleskill fell, 4-0, in a North Eastern Athletic Conference match at Penn State Abington Friday afternoon.

Gergen contributed three saves while Best made two saves and Maxwell had one save for the Fighting Tigers.

SUNY Cobleskill trailed, 2-0, at halftime and were outshot, 11-5, in the match.

Mouhamed Diop, Chris Gardener, Adama Diop, Mame Amar and Darwin Velasco each recorded a shot for the Fighting Tigers, who visit Penn State Harrisburg for their final NEAC match of the season at noon Saturday, November 2.

SUNY Cobleskill (8-5-4, 6-2-2) are currently holding onto the fifth spot in the NEAC standings while Penn State Harrisburg (14-4-0, 10-0-0) sits atop the standings with an undefeated conference record.

Hernando Villamil scored two goals, one in the fourth minute and another in the 61st minute for Penn State Abington, which also received goals from Sebastian Krysztofowicz and David Panea. Krysztofowicz scored in the 36th minute and Panea netted his goal in the 51st minute for Penn State Abington (9-6-0, 7-3-0), which is in fourth-place in the NEAC standings.

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