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SU roundup: Last-second goal dooms Hornets

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Visiting York College of Pennsylvania scored the game-winning goal with no time in the clock in a 3-2 non-conference field hockey victory over Shenandoah on Tuesday evening.

Awarded a penalty corner in the waning moments of the contest, the Spartans (4-2) got a Kailey Brewer tally from right in front to down SU (5-3).

Brewer's tally actually came on the third corner awarded during the final moments. With the Hornets unable to clear the ball, thus extending the game, York was awarded a second and then a third corner. On the third attempt, Sandee Reich passed the ball across the front of the goal to Brewer, who knocked it home for the game-winner.

Shenandoah, after scoring the opening goal of the game at 13:45 on a Sarah DeLuca to Hannah Johnson tally, found itself down 2-1 as the Spartans scored at 19:06 and 35:42.

Freshman Tori Fenney then tied it for SU off of a Liz Grover assist at 64:21.

York outshot Shenandoah 18-3 and had 10 of the game's 11 corners.

Hornets keeper Sarah Clare made five saves in the losing effort.


Homestanding Virginia Wesleyan continued its winning ways with an ODAC volleyball sweep over Shenandoah on Tuesday evening.

The Marlins (11-2, 4-0 ODAC) won at 15, 19 and 10 over Shenandoah (7-3, 1-2).

Virginia Wesleyan broke a 5-5 tie with a 10-5 run in the first and never looked back against the Hornets.

Wesleyan closed out the match by scoring the final eight points.

Senior Megan Gillispie paced SU with eight kills while Mary Harshman added five and Samantha Schambach four.

Kelcy Brown and Blake Parkes had 12 and 10 assists, respectively, with Parkes also chipping in a team-high 12 digs.

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