Jeremy Hokenson scored the first and last goals Saturday when the host University of Mary Washington knocked Keystone College out of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III men’s soccer tournament with a 3-0 shutout.
Michael Nyarko and Willy Nduwayo had the only shots on goal for the Giants, who finished 13-5-1.
Keystone made its second straight NCAA national tournament appearance after winning its second straight Colonial States Athletic Conference title.
Mac Oribello and Bella Lamonea were named CSAC Player of the Week and Defensive Player of the Week after helping Keystone win its first two games.
Oribello had a career-high 28 points in Saturday’s 87-45 rout of Penn State Scranton.
Lamonea had 11 defensive rebounds and six steals in the two games.
Rick Harrison picked up his first win as Clarks Summit University coach when the Lady Defenders won their second game of the season, 71-64, over host SUNY-Delhi.
Alison Aten went 6-for-10 on 3-pointers while scoring 22 points.
Tone Cockrell scored 35 points for Keystone during Saturday’s 92-81 loss to Oswego State in the championship game of the Elmira College Tip-Off Tournament.
Cockrell made the all-tournament team and the CSAC Honor Roll. He had 17 points, six assists, five rebounds and three steals in the 77-68, first-round victory over Elmira.
WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
CSAC champion Naomi Paull of Clarks Summit finished 130th out of 349 runners at the NCAA Regional in Allentown Saturday.
Clarks Summit was 35th out of 49 teams.
MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
Keystone’s Cameren Brice finished 163rd at the NCAA Regional.
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