Volleyball (9-3, 4-0 RSC)

 Went 3-0 this week to improve to 4-0 in RSC play, beating Midway 3-0 (25-23,25-20,25-15) on Tuesday, then sweeping their trip to Pittsburgh, beating Carlow 3-1 (25-18,22-25,25-20,25-14) on Friday, then, in dramatic comeback fashion, the Eagles beat Point Park 3-2 (19-25,23-25,26-24,25-22,15-8) on Saturday.

Kayla Morlan averaged 13.667 kills per game this week, while Laura Bird and Rachyl Miller averaged 18.667 and 13.667 assists, respectively. On the defensive end, Bailee Settle averaged 20 digs per game over the three game span.


Men’s Soccer (5-3, 2-0 RSC)

Went 2-0 this week to start conference play in the RSC. The Eagles defeated Point Park on Thursday by a score of 2-1. A 1-0 halftime deficit was reversed by a late brace from Isaac Amaya, with the game winning goal being assisted by Ryan Metcalf.

Two days later, the Eagles beat Carlow University 4-0 with a pair of goals from Ryan Metcalf, and a goal a piece from Fionn McCartan and Austin Baker. Isaiah Okesson tallied 2 assists in the win, with Isaac Amaya, Owen Sigey and Ethan Jeffers picking up an assist each as well.


Women’s Soccer (7-3, 1-1 RSC)

 The Lady Eagles soccer team split the conference openers this week, playing hosts to Point Park University and Carlow University. The Eagles were bested by Point Park on Thursday evening by a score of 2-1. After a 0-0 halftime score, Asbury gave up consecutive goals in the 57th and 59th minute. Emily Hubbuch’s lone goal in the 88th minute wouldn’t be quite enough to overcome the deficit.

The Eagles looked to bounce back two days later as Carlow came to Wilmore. Emily Hubbuch started the game off with a goal in the 13th minute, assisted by Georgia Clark. In the 41st minute, Laura Millis found her way through to the goal on an assist from Mia Weirsema. Shortly after, in the 43rd minute, Hubbuch found the net again on an assist by Cam Davis. Carlow would score in the 81st minute, but it would be too late.


Men’s Tennis

 The Eagles tennis team cruised to an 8-0 win over Judson University on Friday. Joshua Turnquest, Luiz Gustavo Hartkopf, Julian Tellez, Aquille Trotman and Shane Mustor picked up straight-set victories in singles matches, while the duos of Turnquest/Tellez and Hartkopf/Suvimolstean picked up 8-5 victories. Trotman and Mustor claimed the No. 3 doubles match by an 8-1 score.