Campus Clippings: Barbarino makes Gannon soccer history
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Senior soccer goalkeeper Jason Barbarino is a sports management major at Gannon, but he knows a little something about history, too.
Barbarino, a Plum graduate, became the fifth goalie in school history to record 10 career shutouts in a 1-0 win at Seton Hill.
Barbarino made fives save in the win for his second shutout this season for the Golden Knights (5-7, 4-4).
Penn State Altoona
Senior goalkeeper Aaron Ballish (Kiski Area) made four saves and grabbed his third shutout of the season in a 5-0 victory over Pitt-Bradford.
For the season, he has a 2.37 goals-against average and 39 saves in 10 starts.
Freshman midfielder Danielle Kearns (Deer Lakes) has three goals and two assists for the Vulcans (9-2-1, 8-1 PSAC), who have won nine straight matches.
Senior goalkeeperSarah Geffel (Kiski Area) posted her seventh win of the season as No. 19 Gannon (8-3, 8-3) defeated Seton Hill, 4-2.
Freshman midfielderSarah Bonelli (Apollo-Ridge) scored her second goal of the season in a 3-1 victory over Molloy. Bonelli has started all 12 games for the Bald Eagles (4-7-1, 3-7-1).
Apollo-Ridge does not have a girls soccer team, but Bonelli was recruited through Cup soccer.
Sophomore goalkeeper Maddy Frech (Kiski Area) stopped six shots, and sophomore midfielder Krista Edwards (Springdale) had a team-high three shots as the Titans (7-5-1, 2-0-1) tied Saint Vincent, 0-0.
Sophomore Ronit Yurovsky (Plum) teamed with Sarah Lee to win the doubles main draw at the ITA Midwest Regional Championships at Ann Arbor. Yurovsky also advanced to the singles' final, where she will play teammate Emina Bektas on Tuesday.
Penn State Behrend
Senior setter Chelsea Magnusen (Plum) tallied 53 assists, 27 digs, six kills and six aces across a pair of 3-2 losses to Catholic and Neumann and Richard Stockton at the Neumann Fall Classic.
Redshirt senior Anthony Saunders (Valley) has 27 tackles, 21 solo, and a pick-6 touchdown for the Rock (5-1). Slippery Rock upset No. 7 Indiana (Pa.) on Saturday but has not cracked the American Football Coaches Association Division II Top 25.
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