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UWS ROUND-UP: UMAC honors Cummings, Eberhardt

Joey Cummings

The University of Wisconsin-Superior men’s and women’s golf teams wrapped up their seasons with Joey Cummings winning the men’s individual title at the UMAC Championships team competition at Alexandria (Minn.) Golf Club on Saturday.

The St. Scholastica Saints swept the men’s and women’s team titles, while the Yellowjacket men finished third and the women were fourth.

The Saints men totaled 926 strokes to edge Northwestern by six shots and third-place UWS by seven.

Cummings shot a final-round 75 to total a 6-over-par 222 over 54 holes and win the individual title by four shots.

Also for UWS, Ryan Peterson and Chase Hoople both carded 78, bringing Peterson’s total to 232 and Hoople to 238.

Olle Sedelius improved on the third day, shooting an 81 to bring his championship total to 245, while Tyler Smith hit an 84, tallying a 247.

St. Scholastica cruised to a 67-shot victory in the women’s tournament, led by runner-up Arica Sheff’s 42-over 258. Crown’s Paulina Dejamco was four shots better to earn medalist honors.

’JACKET JOTTINGS: The UMAC handed out its all-conference awards with UWS’s Cummings winning Medalist honors and Paul Eberhardt voted the UMAC Coach of the Year. Mac Saby of Northwestern was voted the player of the year and Liam Butche was named the first-ever UMAC Men’s Golf Rookie of the Year. … Superior’s Cummings, Peterson and Smith were also named all-conference, and Sedelius was named to the sportsmanship team. … Northland College’s Mason Parker, a native of Solon Springs, was also named all-conference. ... For the UWS women, Ally Busick and Alayna Tulip were named all-conference and Reggie Semanko is on the all-sportsmanship team. ... Former Northwestern Tiger Lyndi Graff, was the University of Northwestern’s pick for the sportsmanship award.

Men’s soccer

Eric Watson, Nick Piazza, James Bruce and Miguel Ocampo scored goals as UWS rolled to a 4-0 UMAC win over Crown Saturday at St. Bonifacius, Minn.

Goalie Dalton VonKaenel made just one save to earn the shutout for the Yellowjackets (7-4-1, 4-1-1).

Then on Sunday in Winona, Minn., Charles Relt broke a tie game with a goal with 49 seconds remaining to lift St. Mary’s past the ’Jackets 3-2.

St. Mary’s (8-4-1) took a 2-0 lead on goals by Sean Butcher and Robbie Sobczak.

Jon Bucklew cut the lead in half in the 52nd minute with his fourth goal of the season on assists from Adrian Leal and Danny Kearns.

Aaron Blanchard tied the game at 2-2 with his first Yellowjacket goal in the 82nd minute.

VonKaenel had two saves for UWS, which fired seven shots on goal.

The Yellowjackets host St. John’s at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

UW-Superior................... 0       2        —         2

St. Mary’s........................ 2       1        —         3

First Half — 1. SMU, Sean Butcher 6 (Garrett Grunke), 11:41. 2. Robbie Sobczak 4, 22:57.

Second Half — 3. UWS, Jon Bucklew 4 (Adrian Leal, Danny Kearns), 51:33. 4. UWS, Aaron Blanchard 1, 81:27. SMU, Charles Relt 6 (Sobczak), 89:11.

Saves — Dalton VonKaenel, UWS, 2. Alberto Centeno, SMU, 5. A—120.

UW-Superior................... 3       1        —         4

Crown............................ 0       0        —         0

First Half — UWS, Eric Watson (Jon Bucklew), 5:36. UWS, Nick Piazza, 13:13. UWS, James Bruce (Mason Tynsky), 43:14.

Second Half — UWS, Miguel Ocampo, 72:00.

Saves — Dalton VonKaenel, UWS, 1.

UMAC Men’s Soccer Standings

St. Scholastica (9-3)............... 7-0-0....... 21

Northwestern (6-3-2)................ 5-1-1....... 16

UW-Superior (7-5-1)..................... 4-1-1........ 13

Minn. Morris (6-6-1)................. 4-2-1....... 13

Martin Luther (4-6)................... 3-2-0......... 9

North Central (3-4-2)................ 1-3-2......... 5

Northland (3-7-1)..................... 1-4-1......... 4

Crown (1-9-2)........................... 0-5-2......... 2

Bethany Lutheran (1-11)......... 0-7-0......... 0

Volleyball

UWS picked up its fourth straight UMAC victory with a 3-1 win over Bethany Lutheran Saturday afternoon at Mertz Mortorelli Gymnasium.

Brylee Colligan and Mary Cameron had nine kills apiece as the Yellowjackets won by scores of 25-22, 25-27, 25-9, 25-20.

UWS, now 14-9 overall and 8-3 in the UMAC, also got a career-high 33 set assists from Megan Holz, 22 kills from Mackenzie Dahlin, and 14 kills from Karlie Leif.

Megan Rutt had 14 kills to lead Bethany Lutheran (7-16, 3-7).

UWS plays at Finlandia at 5 p.m. Wednesday and hosts Martin Luther at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Women’s soccer

Emily Roe and Danielle James scored their first goals of the season to lead UWS to a 2-1 win over Crown College Saturday at St. Bonifacius, Minn.

UWS also defeated Crown 4-0 at home on Sept. 19.

Roe’s goal was unassisted in the 36th minute, while James gave UWS a 2-0 lead in the 62nd minute with help from Hailey Kontny.

The Storm’s Ana Kragt scored 1:11 later.

Sky Brown had two saves for UWS, which outshot Crown 23-3. Michaela Cowman stopped 11 shots for the Storm.

UWS Hosts Bethel at 7 p.m. Thursday at the NBC Spartan Sports Complex.

 

UMAC Women’s Soccer Standings

Northwestern (6-5-1)................ 6-0-1....... 19

St. Scholastica (6-5-2)............ 5-1-1....... 16

Martin Luther (5-4-2)................ 4-1-1....... 13

Minn. Morris (6-5-1)................. 4-2-1....... 13

Northland (4-5-3)..................... 2-1-3......... 9

UW-Superior (3-8-1)..................... 2-4-1.......... 7

Bethany Lutheran (3-9)........... 2-5-0......... 6

North Central (4-6)................... 1-5-0......... 3

Crown (0-12)............................ 0-7-0......... 0

 

UW-Superior................... 1       1        —         2

Crown............................ 0       1        —         1

First Half — 1. UWS, Emily Roe 1, 34:13.

Second Half — 2. UWS, Danielle James (Hailey Kontny), 61:11. 4. CC, Ana Kragt (Lottie Ellis), 62:21.

Saves — Sky Brown, UWS, 2. Michaela Cowman, CC, 12. A—127.

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