ROUNDUP: Ikwaugwu leads Wesley in 3-1 men’s soccer win

Caesar Rodney High grad Chimaobi Ikwaugwu scored twice as Wesley College downed Goucher, 3-1, in men’s soccer on Sunday afternoon.

Ikwuagwu opened the scoring in the seventh minute when he got a pass from the midfield, beat the defender and sneaked a shot past the Goucher goalkeeper. He scored again in the 21st minute when Darius-David Robinson flicked it ahead and Ikwaugwu blasted a left-footed shot past the goalie.

After Goucher closed within 2-1, Deekai Gbonimy put Wesley (2-0) back up by two when he chipped a shot past the goalkeeper at the top of the box. Jason Sommer made two saves in net for the Wolverines, who outshot Goucher, 10-8.

Delaware 3, Seton Hall 1: The Blue Hens (1-2) tallied the game’s first two goals before picking up their first victory on Saturday night.

Delaware struck first 10 minutes into the match when Noa Benninga took a feed from Mark Battle and fired a low shot in the left corner of the net. Less than five minutes later, Ryan Calhoun collected a long pass from Robert Campbell, dribbled past Pirates goalkeeper Andreas Nota and drilled the ball into the open net from the left side.

The Hens added an insurance goal in the 68th minute as Halvard Ramstad lofted a long crossfield pass to Campbell, who dribbled down the left side and beat Nota to close the scoring.

Delaware defeated Seton Hall for the fifth straight year as goalie Todd Morton made four saves.

WOMEN, South Carolina-Upstate 4, Delaware State 1: The Hornets trailed by only a goal after 80 minutes before Upstate put the contest out of reach

Jade Jamison scored the lone goal for the Hornets (1-5). Goal keeper Leslie Fazio (Sussex Tech) recorded seven first-period saves to keep DSU in the match before finishing with nine.

Massachusetts 3, Delaware 0: The Minutewomen used two second-half goals to pull away.

College football

Wesley player honored: Wesley College defensive back Daquay Harris-Winbush was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Sunday.

The senior had 11 tackles, four pass breakups and a quarterback hurry in the Wolverines’ 34-10 season-opening victory over Delaware Valley on Friday night.

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