These are the big games going on in Brooklyn sports this week. Check back here throughout the week for scores, photos, and highlights of these games as they happen.
ASA College Men’s Soccer 5, Nassau Community College 2
Brooklyn College Women’s Soccer 6, NYU-Poly 0: The Bulldogs are now 5-0 this season, have not allowed a single goal, and have outscored their opponents 25-0. Domination. Shani Abrahams and Jordan Kerwin each scored a pair of goals in this game.
LIU Brooklyn Men’s Soccer 0, Rider 1: It took two overtimes to decide this one, but when it was over the Blackbirds came up on the short end of a 1-0 game as Sonimi Halliday beat them during the 106th minute.
Brooklyn College Women’s Volleyball 2, Old Westbury 3 (15-25, 25-17, 25-20, 13-25, 12-15): The Bulldogs had a shot as they went up two sets to one, but they just couldn’t put Old Westbury away as they dropped the final two sets and the match. Jillian Escobar led with 14 kills, Vera Zhuk had 19 assists and Yelizaveta Malysheva had 16 digs.
LIU Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 3, Hofstra 0 (25-13, 25-22, 25-18): A nice victory for the Blackbirds as they took Hofstra in three consecutive sets to improve to 6-4 on the season. Annika Foit led with 16 kills and 11 digs, Vera Djuric had 29 assists and Adriana Vinas Joy was second with eight digs.
St. Francis Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 1, St. Peter’s University 3 (25-22, 21-25, 11-25, 24-26): A tough match for the Terriers as they took the first set and then dropped three in a row during the loss. Maggie Niu led with 13 kills and nine digs, Kelly O’Halloran had 18 assists.
Brooklyn College Women’s Soccer 6, York College 0: The Bulldogs kept their perfect season alive as they beat York College 6-0 behind a hat trick by Jordan Kerwin, a pair of goals by Bergelie Louis and another by Sayla Flores. Goalkeepers Kimberly Chacko and Karolina Gorna both pitched in for the shutout. Their record improves to 6-0 and they have outscored opponents 31-0.
Brooklyn College Men’s Soccer 0, Farmingdale State College 1: These Bulldogs weren’t as lucky and were shutout by Farmingdale goalie ANgelo Viteritti, who made an amazing 10 saves. It was close all the way as there was no score until Victor Romero scored in the 84th minute.
ASA College Women’s Soccer 10, Borough of Manhattan Community College 1: The Avengers absolutely dominated BMCC with seven unanswered goals in the first half. Freshman Sara Sanua Ruiz led with three goals and three assists, Clarivel Gomez and Kenia Bravo both had two goals, and Fabiana Alborghetti, Shachar Elisha, and Arshals Troncoso each had goals.
Brooklyn College Women’s Volleyball 3, Medgar Evers College 0 (25-14, 25-16, 25-19): Three quick sets for the Bulldogs who improved to 3-4 overall and 1-2 in CUNAC play. Julia Bogdan led with seven kills, Crystal Wu had nine assists, and Jillian Escobar and Najada Xhemo led with five digs each.
LIU Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 2, Tulsa 3 (25-18, 25-19, 23-25, 15-25, 10-15): The Blackbirds were up two sets to nothing, but couldn’t put Tulsa away as it won three consecutive sets for the comeback win. Tamara Ignjic led with 19 kills, Vera Djuric had 39 assists and Adriana Vinas Joy had 26 digs. Annika Foit also had 16 kills and 16 digs.
LIU Brooklyn Men’s Soccer 1, Houston Baptist 2: The Blackbirds scored early as Brice Merwine unleashed a shot from 30-yards out that found the back of the net during the 25th minute. That was nearly enough to win the game, but Houston Baptist scored goals during the 82nd and 83rd minute for the late upset. Logan Keys made nine saves for the Blackbirds.
LIU Brooklyn Women’s Soccer 0, Delaware 2: It was a tough day all around for the Blackbirds as Delaware shut them out behind a pair of goals during the 63rd and 88th minutes. Jessica Sexton had to make nine saves and it still wasn’t enough.
St. Francis Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 1, Providence College 3 (25-21, 15-25, 14-25, 12-25): The Terriers got off on the wrong foot, but they dropped three consecutive sets after winning the first one. Domenique Gerard led with 11 kills, Kelly O’Halloran had nine assists, and Feliz Ramirez had 12 digs.
High School Football
Lincoln High School 26, Tottenville 7.
St. Francis Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 0, Howard University 3
Brooklyn College Men’s Soccer 4, York College 0: It was the CUNYAC opener for the Bulldogs, who got goals from four different players, Kenny Benitez, Oleg Tykhonravov, Siarhei Auramenka and Gabriel Narvaez, and four saves from goalkeeper Stamatis Boundouris for the win.
Brooklyn College Women’s Soccer 2 Lehman College 0: The seventh straight shutout for these Bulldogs, who have now outscored opponents 33-0 this season. Bergelie Louis and Sayla Flores had the goals. Kimberly Chacko was in goal for the shutout.
LIU Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 3, Nebraska-Omaha 0: (25-19, 32-30, 25-18): The Blackbirds took this in three sets as Tamara Ignjic lead the way with 14 kills, Vera Djuric had 33 assists and Adriana Vinas Joy had 18 digs.
Brooklyn College Women’s Volleyball 3 Bard College 0 (25-15, 27-25, 25-21): Three straight sets as Julia Bogdan led with 11 kills and nine digs and Crystal Wu had 26 assists.
St. Francis Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 0, Morgan State University 3
ASA College Men’s Soccer 13, Globe Institute of Technology 0: These Avengers have now won five in a row.
ASA College Football 41, Monroe College 7: Aaron Young threw for 180 yards and a touchdown, Donav Williams ran for 55 yards and three touchdowns, Quint Sullivan had three catches for 79 yards, Phil Hogan had a rushing touchdown and Shane Letukas caught one.
New York Islanders 0, New Jerseys Devils 3: The Islanders showed up to the Barclays Center with no spark or energy and were easily beaten by the Devils behind three goals from Patrick Elias’ line and a strong performance by new goalie Cory Schneider.
LIU Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 1, Oklahoma 3 (18-25, 25-27, 25-23, 16-25): A tough loss for the Blackbirds, who were led by Annika Foit and Tamara Ignjic, who both bad 15 kills, Vera Djuric with 36 assists, and Adriana Vinas Joy with 19 digs.
High School Football
JFK 27, Grand Street Campus 0
Erasmus Hall 42, Campus Magnet 0.
Canarsie 12, Flushing 6
Tilden 50, Lafayette 0
Clinton 18, Jefferson 12
Fort Hamilton 30, Curtis 0
FDR 28, August Martin 6
New Utrecht 30, Susan Wagner 20
South Shore 48, Madison 0
Boys and Girls 30, Truman 6
Sheepshead Bay 32, Brooklyn Tech 17.
Midwood 38, John Adams 8
Xaverian 36, Kennedy Catholic 0
Columbus 999, Automotive High School 0 (forfeit)
Poly Prep 53, Niagara Academy 24
Bishop Ford 34, Christ the King 18
St. Francis Men’s Soccer 3 Manhattan College 0: The Terriers pulled ahead 1-0 during the 40th minute behind a Gabriel Bagot goal, but went into halftime tied at 1-1. Viktor Bakkioui took over in the second half as he scored goals during the 58th and 72nd minutes. Jack Binks stopped one of two shots on goal which was enough for the win.
LIU Brooklyn Women’s Soccer 0, Towson 3: The Blackbirds controlled the offense early, but somehow still managed to allow goals during the 7th and 10th minutes of the game. Another Towson goal during the 47th minute killed any chance for a comeback. Jessica Sexton made six saves.
High School Football
St. Peter’s 42, Nazareth 0