Roundup: Kabat helps Hen women win in soccer against JMU

Dani Kabat

A strong defensive effort and a timely goal from senior captain Dani Kabat helped Delaware shut out James Madison, 1-0, in CAA women’s soccer on Sunday afternoon.

Delaware (1-1 CAA, 6-5 overall) has now held 13 of its past 16 opponents to one goal or fewer dating back to the end of the 2018 campaign.

Kabat netted her second game-winner in the past three contests when she took a pass from sophomore Sara D’Appolonia just past the midfield line. She sped past a defender on the left side and rocketed a shot into the top of the net from 20 yards out to give Delaware a 1-0 lead in the 23rd minute.

Stony Brook 5, Delaware State 0: Goalie Fabrea McCray (Indian River) made 11 saves for the Hornets (11-0) in the loss.

Bryn Mawr 2, Wesley 1: Amanda Moccaldi scored for the Wolverines (4-4) in their loss on Saturday.

MEN, Wesley 6, DeSales 2: David Darius-Robinson and Justin John-Langba scored two goals for the Wolverines, who improved to 5-3-1 on Saturday.

Andrew Schnaack and Kaiden Fields also scored for Wesley.

Delaware 3, Elon 2: The Blue Hens twice rallied from a one-goal deficit before Jake Steinberg scored the game-winner on Saturday night.

Delaware moved into a tie for fifth place in the CAA table with five points following its first conference victory of the season. Goalie Renan Thomazo, who finished with seven stops, came up with a couple of huge saves in the final 10 minutes.

College field hockey

Shenandoah 5, Wesley 0: The Wolverines fell to 6-3 with the loss on Sunday.

College volleyball

Delaware 3, UNC-Wilmington 2: It took all five sets Saturday night, but the Blue Hens gutted out their first CAA victory by scores of 25-23, 15-25, 21-25, 25-14 and 15-12.

Freshman Ezgi Basaranlar Basaranlar finished with 50 assists, eight digs, five kills and four aces in the five sets.

College football

Woodbridge’s Massey honored: Woodbridge High grad R.J. Massey, a freshman defensive back for William Patterson, was named the NJAC Defensive Rookie of the Week.

In a 35-0 win over New York Maritime, he finished with five tackles, including four solo stops and a tackle for a loss. He also notched his first career interception which he returned 14 yards to help the Pioneers secure their first shutout since 2014.

College cross country

Two Wolverines placed third: Wesley College senior Jontae Hankins placed third out of 45 runners with a time of 28:19 in the women’s race at the Penn State Brandywine Invitational on Saturday.

For Wesley’s men, Anthony Anastasia finished third out of 96 runners with a time of 29:21. The Wolverine men placed 5th as a team with a score of 149, average time of 35:50.9 and total time of 179.14.3.

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