Chestnut Hill loses two
Thursday was a bad day for Chestnut Hill's soccer programs.
The men lost to Lock Haven, 1-0, in a home game decided when senior defenseman Bobby Moore converted a penalty kick in the 78th minute for the Eagles.
The women's team lost to visiting Queens College, 2-0, in a nonconference game. Senior defender Sarah Boucher put the Knights on the board 7 minutes, 55 seconds into the contest on a strike that sailed over Griffins goalkeeper Jessica Veazey. The Knights added a second tally in the 62d minute when Nicollete Scrozzo targeted junior midfielder Emma Ylias for a score from center pitch.
Two former Lafayatte athletes, a coach, and a trio of national championship teams will comprise the Maroon Club Hall of Fame Class of 2012, the university announced.
Retired coach Ann Gold, Tom Kirchhoff '93; Hope McCorkle '98; and the 1896, 1921, and 1926 football national champions will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on Nov. 16 - the eve of the 148th Lafayette-Lehigh football game.
A 19-time Patriot League champion in her 25-year career at Lafayette, Gold is the most accomplished head coach in the history of the Leopards' field hockey and women's lacrosse programs. Gold, a member of the Central Bucks West High Hall of Fame, and her husband, Mike, live in Bonita Springs, Fla.