Roundup: Delmarva Christian scores 5 in 2nd half, wins soccer game 6-2

Delmarva Christian netted five second-half goals to pull away to a 6-2 victory over Salisbury Christian in boys’ soccer on Monday afternoon.

Noah Walton tallied three goals and an assist for the Royals (4-6-1).

Benjamin Little added two goals and an assist with Seth Stevens added Delmarva Christian’s other goal.

Field hockey

Delmarva Christian 7, McKean 3: Leah Schlabach (1 assist), Erin Parker and Hannah Slacum (3 assists) all scored twice as the Royals improved to 2-9.

Mia Rembold added Delmarva Christian’s first goal with Mara Agapito making five saves. The Royals finished with advantages of 30-8 in shots and 8-5 in corners.

Volleyball

Delmarva Christian 3, Salisbury Christian 0: The Royals won the match by scores of 25-14, 25-13, 25-19.

Delmarva Christian (9-1) was paced by Hanna Picconi (8 kills, 2 aces), Olivia Berger (1 kill, 3 aces, 132 assists) and Siera Jones (1 kill, 7 aces, 4 digs).

College athletics

UD names new administrator: Karen Freed, who has spent the last 14 years working in collegiate athletics, has been selected as the University of Delaware’s new associate director of athletics for recreation services.

Freed, who replaces Jake Olkkola, who left Delaware this summer to become director of athletics at Colby College, will oversee a UD Recreation Services program that services the entire student body and focuses on student wellness, leadership development, and healthy engagement.

Among its features are the Carpenter Sports Building, four fitness centers for students and staff use, various upgraded playing fields and courts, 38 club sport teams, and over 30 intramural leagues and tournaments.

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