Penn State Abington sports scoreboard: Week of Sept. 12

Abington women's soccer

The Penn State Abington women's soccer team invited the Springfield Soccer Club U8 Supernovas for a special training session last week.

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Penn State Abington athletics scores and achievements for the week of Sept. 12.

Cross-country: Penn State Abington Invitational

Men's team: Second place

Men's individual:

  • Sixth place: Yannik Cahnbley 29:44
  • 10th: Troy Green 29:59
  • 15th: Michael Cooney 30:34
  • 16th: Nelson Costa Jr. 30:51
  • 18th: Gregory Gallagher 31:03
  • 25th: Alexander Beltz 31:55
  • 42nd: Minaam Ahmed 4:40 

Women's team: Third place

Women's individual:

  • Fourth place: Valerie Santangelo 23:02
  • 11th: Claire Reeves 23:59
  • 16th: Megan Glanz 24:37
  • 39th: Ivana Camachio 27:17
  • 58th: Caileen Dolan 30:11
Abington Invitational

Five Penn State Abington men's runners finished in the top 20 at the fifth annual Abington Invitational.

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Soccer (men)

Abington 4, Wilson College 1

Hernando Villamil scored a hat trick in the win over Wilson College.

Abington 3, Gallaudet University 0

The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) named Hernando Villamil its men's soccer offensive player of the week after he scored five goals in three games.

Soccer (women)

Abington 5, Wilson College 0

Junior Michelle Latronica scored a hat trick against Wilson.

Abington 7, Gallaudet University 0

Latronica scored four goals against Gallaudet.

Tennis (women)

Cairn University 5, Abington 4


Abington 3, Rosemont College 0

Abington 3, Keuka College 2

Wells College 3, Abington 1

Abington 3, Cazenovia College 0

The NEAC named senior Sam Amaro its women's volleyball player of the week. She racked up 38 kills with a hitting efficiency of .290 during the week and had a match-best 15 kills in Abington's shutout win over Gwynedd Mercy University the previous week. 

Penn State Abington fields 13 men’s and women’s teams as a member of NCAA Division III and it competes in the North Eastern Athletic Conference.