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The University of Scranton men's soccer team clinched the No. 2 seed in the Landmark Conference Tournament with a 2-1 win at Juniata.

 

Men’s Soccer Returns to Landmark Conference Playoffs

The men’s soccer team returned to the Landmark Conference playoffs this past season, finishing the year with an 11-5-2 overall mark. Posting a 6-1 ledger in Landmark Conference action, Scranton returned to the Landmark playoffs for the first time since 2016, hosting a semifinal match at Weiss Field for the first time in program history.

Awards wise, the Royals had five players earn All-Landmark Conference honors, paced by freshman forward Christian Arcos, who was named the Landmark’s Rookie of the Year and was an All-Landmark First Team pick at his position.

Youthful Volleyball Squad Win 15 Matches, Heads Back to Landmark Playoffs

volleyball.jpgThe Royals volleyball team returned to the Landmark Conference semifinals in 2019, making the field for the seventh straight season. Freshman sensation Carah Vitkus, who was named to the All-Landmark Conference Second Team after her first collegiate season, led the Royals to 15 victories.

CAPTION: Junior Kindler Norman went over 3,000 career assists at Susquehanna on Wednesday night after posting 20 in a loss to the River Hawks. © Photo by Timothy R. Dougherty / doubleeaglephotography.com

Cross Country Teams Race into Top Four in Landmark Conference

crosscountry.jpgThe men’s and women’s cross country teams once again registered top-four finishes at the Landmark Conference Championships, which were held in early November in Maryland.

There, the men’s team finished in fourth place overall for the second straight season. Leading the Royals was junior Jack Patwell, who placed 17th overall in the event. Meanwhile, the Royals women’s team finished third in their half of the Landmark Conference Championships, improving from a fifth-place finish a season ago.

Leading the Royals in the event were All-Landmark Conference selections sophomore Jessica Hoffmann and junior Rachel Kerr. Hoffmann, who finished seventh at the Landmark Championship, was an All-Landmark First Team selection, while Kerr, who placed 10th, was a Second Team pick.

CAPTION: Freshman Liam Mead of The University of Scranton men's cross country team.

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