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.
Labor Day. No Games.
ASA Women’s Soccer 1, Community College of Rhode Island 0: The Avengers are now an undefeated 3-0 on the season after Fabiana Alborghetti helped to win the game with her goal on the 85th minute. Freshman goalkeeper Elizabeth Tyson got her first college-level shutout.
“Despite a lot of things not going our way this afternoon, the ladies hung tough and were able to close it out when the opportunity arose,” said coach Brett Polow. “This is a great sign moving forward.”
Brooklyn College Women’s Soccer 7, Sarah Lawrence 0: Brooklyn College dominated during its first game of the season as junior Shani Abrahams started her team off with her first of two goals in the 11th minute. Kerwin Jordan and Sayla Flores both also scored a pair and Louis Bergelie added another. Abrahams and Kerwin each as an assist as well and Janet Rodriguez also had an assist. Kimberly Chacko and Korolina Gorna split the shutout.
ASA College Men’s Soccer 4, Burlington County College 1
St. Francis Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 2, Manhattan College 3: The Terriers had a chance against Manhattan as they went into a fifth set tied at 2-2, but were unable to pull off the victory. Freshman Domenique Gerard led with 15 kills, Niehely Sosa had 10 putdowns, Feliz Ramirez had 20 digs, and Jillian Tracy had five block assists.
Brooklyn College Women’s Volleyball 1, Rutgers-Newark 3: The Bulldogs lost to the Scarlet Raiders in four sets (25-12, 18-25, 25-17, 25-19). Francesca LoCascio led Brooklyn College with 15 kills, Crystal Wu had 33 assists and 18 digs, Jillian Escobar had 21 digs and nine kills. Julia Bogdan also had a strong day with nine kills and 16 digs.
St. Francis Brooklyn Men’s Soccer 2, Navy 1: Fresh off his Q&A with the Brooklyn Eagle, Andy Cormack led the Terriers with a goal off a free kick from 22 yards out during the 19th minute. Kevin Correa added another off a 2-on-1 breakaway during the 24th minute to make it 2-0. Navy got on the board during the 71st minute with a goal by Joseph Greenspan, but that was the only goal the Terriers would allow during their win.
Brooklyn College Men’s Soccer 1, Long Island University 3: The Bulldogs fell behind 1-0 in the 11th minute and were trailing 2-0 when Dmitry Prokofyev finally put them on the board during the 34th minute. That would be as close as they would get though as NYU scored again during the 77th minute.
LIU Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 3, Penn 2: Annika Foit led her team with 21 kills and 16 digs, Vera Djuric had 47 assists, and Adriana Vinas Joy had 17 digs. as the Blackbirds came back from down two sets to one (25-20, 28-30, 22-25, 25-20, 15-5).
LIU Brooklyn Men’s Soccer 0, George Washington 2: The Blackbirds fell behind early as GW’s Jonny Forrest struck during the 4th minute from about 15 yards out to put his team up 1-0. Then, just before halftime, GW added to its score when Sam Summerlin hit the far post from about eight yards out. Goakkeeper John Connolly and his sqaud played a much stronger game in the second half, but failed to make a comeback.
St. Francis Women’s Volleyball 3, NJ Institute of Technology 0: Maggie Niu led with 15 kills and seven digs, Kamalei Clifton had 16 assists and Feliz Ramirez had 14 digs as the Terriers beat NJIT in three sets (25-11, 25-17, 25-21).
St Francis Women’s Volleyball 2, Howard University 3: St. Francis came back from down two sets to nothing to tie it at two, but ultimately failed during it’s comeback attempt as it dropped the final set 15-12 (20-25, 13-25, 25-20, 25-18, 12-15). Slavica Stefanovic led with nine kills and 10 digs, Kamale Clifton had 12 assists and Maggie Niu had 13 digs.
ASA College Men’s Soccer 6, Community College of Rhode Island 0
LIU Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 0 Maryland 3: The Blackbirds fell in three sets (17-25, 21-25, 22-25) as Annika Foit led with 11 kills, Vera Djuric had 35 assits, and Adriana Vinas Joy had 17 digs.
LIU Brooklyn Women’s Volleyball 1, UMKC 3: This was closer than the score indicates as the Blackbirds dropped the first set just 25-22, then barely lost the second 27-25, and won the third set 25-18. Unfortunately, they were beaten 25-21 in the final set. Annika Foit had 20 kills, Vera Djuric had 40 assits and Adriana Vinas Joy had 28 digs.
St. Francis Women’s Volleyball 0, Rider University 3: The Terriers fell in three straight sets as Maggie Niu led with 10 kills, Alexa Caporuscio had 12 assists, and Feliz Ramirez had seven digs.
St. Francis College Men’s Soccer 1, University of Maryland Baltimore County 3: After falling behind 1-0 in the 27th minute, the Terriers came back to tie the game at 1-1 on a Kevin Correa goal off a penalty kick during the 40th minute. UMBC took the lead for good during the 66th minute when a corner kick bounced off one of the Terriers into their own goal. UMBC added an insurance goal during the 72nd minute.
Brooklyn College Women’s Soccer 2, The City College of New York 0: This was a big win for the Bulldogs as they defeated the CUNYAC defending champions. Bergelie Louis put them up 1-0 during the 20th minute on a shot from 20 yards out. Jordan Kerwin then scored from 18 yards out during the 30th minute to put her team up 2-0.
High School Football
Erasmus Hall 21, Tottenville 7
Lincoln 42, Curtis 6
Fort Hamilton 36, Brooklyn Tech 21
Boys and Girls 999, Jefferson 0, forfeit
Canarsie 22, Wagner 0
Midwood 14, Beach Channel 0
Flushing 31, Grand Street Campus 22
Port Richmond 24, Sheepshead Bay 20
South Shore 8, Grady 0
FDR 48, Lafayette 22
Springfield Gardens 36, Automotive 16
Poly Prep 42, Xaverian 0
Bishop Ford 26, St. Peter’s 18
New Utrecht 24, JFK 12
James Madison 22, August Martin 16
LIU Brooklyn Women’s Soccer 1, Marist 1 (2OT): It took two overtimes, but the Blackbirds tied Marist 1-1 as Joanie Jacks scored her first goal of the season during the 34th minute from Jenn Peters. Marist tied it during the 64th minute, but that was the only goal Jessica Sexton would allow that day as she made 10 saves during the entire 110 minutes of play.
ASA College Football (0-0) at Widener University, cancelled.