On Campus Notebook: Luna has solid senior season for Royals
Juan Luna (Stonewall Jackson ’13) had a very successful senior year for Eastern Mennonite University’s men’s soccer team.
Luna was second on the team with six goals and two assists. He started and played in 15 of the team’s 17 contests.
Luna took 34 shots, including 15 shots on goal, and had 14 points. He had two game-winning goals.
On Oct. 24, Luna had one assist in a 3-1 victory over Shenandoah University. On Oct. 7, Luna scored a goal in a 6-2 win over Guilford.
The Royals finished their season 10-7. They lost, 2-0, on Saturday to Lynchburg College in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference tournament quarterfinals.
STRONG START: Jacob Smith started his junior season off on a good note.
Smith shot a two-day total of 148 in the King Island Invitational held on Sept. 25 and 26 at Bristol Country Club, in Bristol, Tennessee.
Smith shot a 76 on the first day and a 72 on the second day. He finished tied for 32nd in the tournament. The Cavaliers finished 10th as a team with a score of 625.
On Sept. 17 and 18, Smith played two rounds of golf on a familiar course. The Cavaliers participated in Shenandoah University’s Greene Turtle Invitational held at Winchester Country Club.
Smith placed 28th in the two-day event with a score of 154. Smith shot a 78 on the first day and a 76 on the second day. The Cavaliers finished 11th as a team with a team score of 630.
CRIMSON CRUSH: Brogan McPartland (Sherando ’15) has been making the most of his opportunities this season for Harvard University’s football team.
McPartland has played in six games and has six tackles, including two sacks.
The sophomore defensive lineman has also forced a fumble for the Crimson. McPartland has two solo tackles and four assists.
In a 38-10 win over Lafeyette College on Oct. 14, McPartland had two tackles and one sack. He also had two tackles and one sack in a 45-28 victory over Brown University on Sept. 23.
The Crimson are 4-3 this season, including 2-2 in the Ivy League conference. They are at Columbia University on Nov. 4.