D&E men place third in G-MAC championships

CEDARVILLE, Ohio – The Davis &?Elkins College men placed third in the G-MAC cross country championships on Saturday.

The Senators finished with 81 points in the eight-team meet.

Tommy Boone led the way for the Senators with a 14th-place finish (27:15.20). Wes Anderson was 16th (27:27.20), while P.J. Louzy finished 21st (27:58.00). Matt Zorn 24th (28:03.30) and Zach Hanshaw 30th (28:37.40). Churchill Davenport (29:50.80) and Gerald Furby (30:35.50) also competed for D&E.

Cedarville tallied 15 points to take the title, followed by Trevecca Nazarene (57), D&E, Ohio Valley (102), Alderson Broaddus (142), Kentucky Wesleyan (174), Salem International (175) and Central State (245).

Senior James Anderson paced the Battlers by placing 22nd in a time of 28:00.

AB finished fourth and D&E tied for fifth in the women’s race.

Jenny Brewer finished second in a time of 23:01 to lead the Battlers and earn all-conference honors.

Ellen Cantaral was 18th (24:39.10) and Ashley Cassiday 27th (25:29.30) to lead the Senators.

Cedarville took the team title with 41 points. Trevecca Nazarene (47), Ursuline (72), AB (110), D&E (132), Ohio Valley (132), Kentucky Wesleyan (174), Salem International (175) and Central State (245) rounded out the field.

Men’s soccer

D&E 2, Salem 1

BRIDGEPORT – Davis &?Elkins claimed a 2-1 win over Salem International on Saturday.

James Pucci tallied both goals for the Senators. Cameron Rivera, meanwhile, made three saves in goal.

D&E (9-4-1, 7-1-0 G-MAC) will host Mercyhurst at 3 p.m. on Wednesday.

Ohio Valley 2, AB 1

VIENNA -Senior Jose Noriega notched his team-leading 13th goal of the season in a 2-1 setback to Ohio Valley University Saturday in G-MAC play.

Noriega scored the only goal of the match for the Battlers (3-11, 2-5 G-MAC) with under 10 minutes remaining in the contest.

Turner Dalton tallied both scores for the Fighting Scots (2-14, 2-7).

ABU will visit Salem International on Tuesday.

Wesleyan 2, Charleston 1

BUCKHANNON?- Wesleyan claimed a 2-1 win over Charleston Saturday in MEC play.

Joe Ferraracci had both of the goals for the Bobcats. Brett Elliot scored the Eagles’ goal.

Wesleyan (7-5-4, 5-3-3 MEC) will visit Wheeling Jesuit at 3 p.m. Tuesday.

Women’s soccer

D&E 2, Salem 0

BRIDGEPORT – Davis &?Elkins College secured the second seed for the upcoming G-MAC Tournament with a 2-0 win over Salem International on Saturday.

Kaitlyn Buoni and Emma Davis tallied goals for the Senators, while Ashley Winkelspecht made four saves.

D&E (8-7-1, 7-1-1 G-MAC) will host Salem International at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday.

AB 4, Ohio Valley 0

VIENNA – Alderson Broaddus blanked Ohio Valley University, 4-0, Saturday to clinch homefield advantage in the first round of the upcoming Great Midwest Athletic Conference Tournament.

The Battlers (6-9-2, 5-4-1 G-MAC) earned the No. 3 seed and will host Kentucky Wesleyan College on Saturday.

Junior Olivia Augustine scored both of AB’s goals in the opening half. Brooke Hunsaker and freshman Elaina Ruiz added goals after the intermission.

Sarah Turner compiled three saves against the Fighting Scots (2-11-3, 1-9 G-MAC).

ABU travels to Kutztown, Pa., at 2 p.m. today.

Wesleyan 0, Charleston 0

BUCKHANNON – The University of Charleston and Wesleyan battled to a scoreless draw Saturday night in MEC action.

Wesleyan (10-4-2, 9-2-2 MEC) will visit Wheeling Jesuit at 3 p.m. Wednesdsay.

College volleyball

Trevecca Nazarene 3, D&E?1

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Trevecca Nazarene claimed a 3-1 (25-16, 25-21, 21-25, 25-13) victory over Davis & Elkins Saturday in G-MAC action.

Natalie Mathieu and Alexis Mourier each posted 11 kills for the Senators. Haylee Murray notched 20 assists, while Alicia Stokes added 15. Mathieu finished with a team-best 10 digs.

D&E will entertain Central State at 5 p.m. Friday.