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Campus clips: Highlands graduate Gillette nets memorable 1st collegiate goal

Doug Gulasy
| Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, 12:18 a.m.

Jocelyn Gillette made her first collegiate goal a memorable one.

The Highlands graduate, a freshman at Westminster, scored in the 68th minute to break a tie and give the Titans a 3-2 victory over Waynesburg in a Presidents' Athletic Conference game.

Gillette also assisted on a goal on the first half — the first assist of her collegiate career.

Sophomore Emma Gozzard (Deer Lakes) scored her second goal of the season for Waynesburg in the loss.

Marshall

Sophomore Megan Bonelli (Apollo-Ridge) ranks second in Conference USA in saves per game, averaging six. She has a 1.77 goals-against average, .767 save percentage and two shutouts on the season for the Thundering Herd.

Slippery Rock

Freshman Taylor Gunn (Highlands) scored her first goal of the season in a 2-1 loss last month to Kutztown.

UNC Wilmington

Freshman Dixon Veltri (Fox Chapel) recorded her first career assist as UNCW beat James Madison, 3-0, late last month. Veltri has played 11 games, with five starts.

Men's soccer

La Roche

Freshman Cam Sharkins (Deer Lakes) ranks fourth on the Redhawks with four goals this season, including a hat trick in a victory over Bethany. He also has an assist. Sophomores Peter and Tom Spagnolo (Burrell) each have a goal and an assist.

Women's cross country

Westminster

Sophomore Morgan Camerlo (St. Joseph) was named Presidents' Athletic Conference Women's Runner of the Week after her first-place finish at the Washington & Jefferson Invitational.

Men's golf

Gannon

Senior Matt Barto (Leechburg) finished fourth overall, helping the Golden Knights win the Howard “Bud” Elwell Fall Invitational on Monday at Whispering Woods Golf Club in Erie. Barto carded a 5-over-par 149 in the two-round event.

Grove City

Senior Jordan Alfery (Fox Chapel) tied for 12th place at the Presidents' Athletic Conference fall individual championships after carding a 13-over 157 at Avalon at Squaw Creek in Vienna, Ohio.

Women's tennis

Slippery Rock

Sophomore Lacey Cohen (Fox Chapel) competed in singles and doubles at the Pennsylvania Sports Athletic Conference championships. Cohen and teammate Viola Lugmayr won a pair of matches to advance to the doubles semifinals before falling to IUP's Luise Von Agris and Nicole Beidacki. Cohen also played in the singles bracket, making it to the quarterfinals before dropping a match against Mercyhurst's Saioa Gomez de Segura.

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