Thursday, October 6, 2022
Oct. 6, 2022

Linkedin Pinterest

Clark College Athletics Report, Sept. 12

The Columbian
Published:

Men’s Soccer

THE WEEK THAT WAS

After dropping a mid-week road match to Everett 5-2, The Penguins (1-4, 1-3) returned home to earn their first win of the season on Saturday. Daniel Bellman, Abou-Bakar Berthe and Oeyvind Rydland all scored in a 3-1 win over Edmonds.

THE WEEK TO COME

The Penguins have just one match this week, a home contest Wednesday against Shoreline College. Kickoff is at 2 p.m.

Women’s Soccer

THE WEEK THAT WAS

The Penguins (3-1, 3-1) broke out their scoring boots in a pair of lopsided wins. Anna Neal (Prairie HS) scored four goals in a 10-1 home win over Tacoma last Wednesday. Clark followed that with a 12-0 win over South Puget Sound in Olympia on Saturday. Neal again scored four goals, giving her a NWAC-leading nine for the season.

THE WEEK TO COME

The Penguins next play on Saturday, hosting Centralia in a match that starts at 2 p.m.

Volleyball

THE WEEK THAT WAS

The Penguins (4-4, 1-1) split a pair of home matches last weekend. Brooklyn Byers (Hockinson HS) had 16 kills as Clark beat Southwestern Oregon 3-1 (25-19, 26-24, 25-27, 28-26) on Friday. The Penguins were then swept by Rogue (25-23, 25-22, 25-9) on Saturday. Byers had 15 kills and Kaylee Janulek had 20 blocks.

THE WEEK TO COME

The Penguins play Pacific University’s JV team on Tuesday, then head to Tacoma for the NWAC Crossover Tournament on Friday and Saturday.

Cross Country

THE WEEK THAT WAS

The Penguins did not have any competitions last week.

THE WEEK TO COME

The Penguins travel to La Grande, Ore., for the Eastern Oregon University Invitational on Friday.

Tags
 

Support local journalism

Your tax-deductible donation to The Columbian’s Community Funded Journalism program will contribute to better local reporting on key issues, including homelessness, housing, transportation and the environment. Reporters will focus on narrative, investigative and data-driven storytelling.

Local journalism needs your help. It’s an essential part of a healthy community and a healthy democracy.

Community Funded Journalism logo
Loading...