FSU men’s soccer wins Devil Classic

David Trabold’s goal 1:24 into the first overtime sent the Fredonia men’s soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Houghton and helped the team claim the Blue Devil Classic title on Saturday evening at University Stadium. The win moved the Devils to 4-0 on the season.

Houghton scored the game’s first goal just over 12 minutes into the fray. That lead would hold up much of the day.

It wasn’t until the 68th minute that the Blue Devils would get on the board. Parker Healy headed a ball over the Houghton defender and passed to Matt Belardi on the right side. Belardi then passed the ball across the box and Pa Lu drove in the tying goal. Belardi was credited with the assist.

Lu would later assist on Trabold’s game winner.

Ty Bentham turned in a solid performance in goal. He made six saves and allowed one goal. Jared Crouch had four saves and allowed a pair of goals for the Highlanders.

Fredonia out-shot Houghton 14-10 for the game.

Buffalo State was awarded second place in the weekend tournament after pasting Alfred State, 6-1, on the turf field. Houghton finished third and Alfred State fourth.

Trabold was named the Tournament MVP. He scored a goal in Friday’s 5-0 win over Alfred State and now has one goal in each of the team’s four games this season. All-Tournament Team winners also included Lu, Healy, and Parker Ross.

Fredonia’s Trabold was the tournament MVP joining his other teammates — Pa Lu, Healy and Ryan Ross — on the All-Tournament team.

Women’s soccer

After tying the match early in the second half, the Fredonia women’s soccer team allowed three unanswered goals to fall to Penn State Behrend, 5-2, on Saturday in the Blue Devil Classic.

Behrend pushed the action for most of the first half, outshooting Fredonia 7-4

The Lion’s Olvia Belak opened the game with her first of two goals. She was assisted by Jordan Oberlander 6:29 into the game.

Just under a minute later, Fredonia’s Aleeya Clemons (Olean) tied the game at 1-all on an assist from Olivia Coccitto.

The Lions regained the lead when Oberlander connected on an un assisted goal in the 32nd minute.

Behrend kept the pressure on. The Lions threatened at the 12:00 mark. On a corner kick, Fredonia’s Abby Seymore blocked a shot from 10 feet out to preserve the tie.

At the 14:41 mark, Fredonia netminder Marissa Quimby made a diving save. She had another spectacular stop, leaping to deflect an attempt with 9:00 left in the half. Behrend took the 2-1 lead into the locker room.

The second half saw Fredonia tie the game six and a half minutes in. Abby Price shot the ball out of a cluster unassisted in front of the net to make it 2-2.

Behrend then controlled most of the action for the balance of the second half, scoring three more times.

It could have been more, but Quimby stopped a breakaway attempt with 21:00 remaining. She finished the day with eight saves while surrendering five goals.

Ania Gorski made five saves while surrendering two goals fro Behrend. The Lions improve to 3-1, while Fredonia drops to 1-3.

Fredonia’s Abby Price and Jessica Slack made the All-Tourney team.



POTSDAM — The Fredonia women’s volleyball team split a pair of games at the Clarkson Invitational on Saturday. The Devils fell to Clarkson 3-0 before returning the favor to St. Lawrence, downing the Saints, 3-0.

Against Clarkson, the Blue Devil offense wasn’t able to must a lot of offense, falling 25-10, 25-17 and 25-14. Kristen Stanek led the offense with seven kills and Amanda Mosack and 13 assists. Defensively, Courtney Poirier had 18 digs and Rache Aiello had eight.

Stanek again led the offense with 12 kills vs. St. Lawrence. Kailey Falk had 11 kills. Mosack totaled 33 assists and a pair of aces.

Stanek also led the team with 14 digs, and Poirier had 12.

The home opener is Tuesday when the Devils take on Penn State Behrend at 7 p.m. in Dods Hall.


BROCKPORT — The SUNY Fredonia women’s tennis team upped its mark to 3-1 with a decisive 7-2 triumph at Brockport on Saturday. The Lady Devils swept all three double matches, and took the top four singles matches.

Anna Chiacchia, Olivia Miller, Sarah Bunk and Adriana Speach each won both the doubles and singles matches.

The Devils will take on Alfred University on Tuesday.


Chiacchia (Fred) def. Shanahan, 6-3, 7-5

O.Miller (Fred) def. Sharp 6-0, 6-0

Bunk (Fred) def. Venturino 6-1, 6-3

Speach (Fred) def. Kiely, 6-2, 1-0 (retired)

Bean (Broc) def. King, 6-2, 6-3

Cabahug (Broc) def. Mecca, 6-1, 6-3


Chiacchia/Miller (Fred) def. Cabahug/Sharp, 8-1

Bunk/Speach (Fred) def. Venturino/Shanahan, 9-8

King/Mecca (Fred) def. Bean/Kiely, 8-5