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College Corner: Hayde in goal for ODU


By Journal Register, News Service

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

WOMENíS LACROSSE
At Old Dominion University, sophomore Karen Hayde (Phoenixville) is the starting goalkeeper in womenís lacrosse.
The 5-5 Hayde has started all 11 games for the Monarchs (3-8) and has made 89 saves for a .352 save percentage. She has allowed 164 goals for a 14.91 average.
Bloomsburg sophomore Marisa Moley (Phoenixville, Spring-Ford) had two assists in a loss to Mercyhurst. Senior Kelsey Metzler (Perkiomen Valley) added one assist.
WOMENíS TRACK
AND FIELD
Elizabethtown junior Traci Tempone (Perkiomen Valley) set a new facility record in the 3,000 meters (10:14.41) as the Blue Jays won the Capital Area Classic.
Freshman teammate Rachel Carr (Phoenixville) came through in the anchor leg to help the Jays win the 4x400 relay (4:12.62). Carr also finished second in the 800 meters (2:19.59).
BASEBALL
Kutztown sophomore Thomas Romano (Phoenixville) had one hit in a 7-3 victory over Shippensburg. Sophomore Ricky Gorrell (Spring-Ford) had an RBI in the contest.
Cedarville sophomore Sean Larkin (Spring-Ford) earned the two-inning save in a 14-10 win at Kentucky State.
At Northeastern University in Boston, Shane Allen (Phoenixville) is a freshman infielder. He has seen action in two of the teamís 26 games thus far this season.
SOFTBALL
Alvernia senior Miranda Peto (Phoenixville) slammed a home run and double in a 12-4 victory over Widener.
MENíS LACROSSE
Cabrini junior Billy McCabe (Spring-Ford) forced a career-high three turnovers in a win over No. 15 Ithaca.
Lafayette sophomore Brian Bock (Spring-Ford) had two goals in a wild 10-9 double-overtime win over High Point.
Neumann sophomore Mark Campion (Spring-Ford) had one goal in an 11-4 loss to Albright.