Campus Corner: Jones Gets Win Behind Tough PSB ‘D’

WOMEN’S SOCCER

BETHANY, W.Va. — Freshman goalkeeper Madi Jones (Clearfield) was the beneficiary when the Penn State Behrend defense didn’t allow any shots by Franciscan (Ohio) for a 3-0 shutout in an Allegheny Mountain Athletic Conference game moved from Steubenville, Ohio, because of the weather Saturday.

The Lions had to wait out several delays before recording their fourth consecutive AMCC win that dropped Franciscan to 3-1.

Jones was in goal for 88:06 minutes before being replaced by Dana DiCamillo, and senior midfielder Tessa Munshower (Clearfield) also saw action in her fifth appearance for the 6-6 Lions.

Earlier in the week, Jones recorded a career-high nine saves, but Penn State Behrend got off only two shots and was nipped 1-0 by No. 12-ranked Carnegie Mellon at Pittsburgh.

She has logged just over 1,070 minutes with 34 saves and a 1.18 goals against average.

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FOOTBALL

WORCESTER, Mass. — Senior kicker/punter Spencer Herrington (Clearfield) booted three extra points and one field goal as Worcester Polytechnic Institute defeated Catholic 24-0 in front of 806 fans at Alumni Stadium Saturday.

His 26-yard three-pointer in the third quarter were the final points for the Engineers, who improved to 2-1 in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference and 4-2 overall.

He also averaged 38.7 yards for six punts with a long of 50 yards.

Herrington leads NEWMAC kickers in PATS with 23 and is second in field goals with six as well as points with 41.

He has punted 28 times, averaging 38.3 yards, and pinned opponents inside their 20 on a dozen kicks.

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GREENSBURG — Senior starting linebacker Dusty Maines (Clearfield) was credited with one solo tackle and one assist in Thiel’s 35-13 loss to host Saint Vincent at Chuck Noll Field Saturday.

Lightning sent the two teams and 1,490 fans to cover in the third quarter of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference game that was suspended for 2½ hours.

The Tomcats (0-6, 0-5 PAC) were held to just six first downs and 117 yards of total offense.

Maines continues to lead the defense in total tackles (57) and assists (22) while ranking second in solo stops (35).

He has 1.5 tackles for losses of five yards, one sack and one forced fumble.

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