Spring Sports Wrap-Up
The women’s tennis team captured its third straight Landmark Conference title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the third straight season.
The baseball team finished the season with 11 victories under head coach Mike Bartoletti, including a pair of victories over teams that reached the NCAA Division III regionals. The Royals were led by junior first baseman Ross Danzig, who was an all-Landmark Conference second-team selection and picked up the 100th hit of his career during the season. Danzig led the team with three home runs and was one of four players to start at least half the team’s games and hit over .300.
Under head coach Ed Karpovich, the men’s golf team posted its second straight second-place finish in the Empire 8 Conference Championship behind junior Erik Meyer, who finished second overall, and sophomores Eric Montella and Ryan Brown, who finished fifth and tied for sixth, respectively. The Royals finished the season with a 10-1 match record along with a pair of invitational titles. The Royals also shot the lowest team score in school history when they shot a four-player total of 3-over-par 287 in victories over Marywood and Baptist Bible College on the final day of the season.
The men’s lacrosse team finished the season 10-7 under second-year head coach Doug Sage while qualifying for the Landmark Conference playoffs for the fourth straight season and sixth out of the last seven. The Royals’ 10 victories are the most for the team since they won 12 in 2008. Eight players earned all-conference honors, and senior Matt Tibbitts was awarded a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship English Teaching Assistantship to Malaysia following the season.
The women’s lacrosse team went 6-10 under second-year head coach Cindy Wilson, including 3-3 in Landmark Conference play to earn a playoff berth for the fourth straight season and fifth time in six years. Junior Emily Towey and freshman Meghan Ginty were named
Under head coach Mia Collarini, the softball team finished the season with nine victories, including three in conference play. Junior Stephanie Romano and freshmen Shannon Stricker and Angelica Titorearned second-team all-Landmark Conference
Head coach Keith Hetsko’s men’s tennis team finished the season with a 7-5 record, including a 5-2 record in Landmark Conference play to qualify for the postseason for the seventh straight season. Senior David Teres was named first-team all-conference in singles and doubles for the third time in his career, making him the second player in Scranton history to achieve that feat. Senior Brian
The women’s tennis team won its third straight Landmark Conference title under the direction of first-year head coach Janice Winslow while also advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the third straight season. Sophomore Emily Walsh earned first-team all-conference honors in singles and was named the Landmark Conference playoff Most Valuable Player. Juniors Megan Azzalina and Nicole