Senior forward Elizabeth Perkins has become one of the best goal scorers in Hope women’s soccer history.
The Eaton Rapids native and Lansing Christian graduate set the single-season scoring record at Hope with a pair of goals in a 4-1 victory over Alma on Saturday.
Perkins’ goals gave her 20 for the season, making her the first player in program history to reach that mark. She has 17 goals in conference games for Hope, which is 11-3-2 overall and 10-2-2 in MIAA contests.
With 34 career goals in three seasons, Perkins ranks sixth in Hope history.
FERRIS STATE: Freshman goalie Grace Kraft (Williamston) set the Ferris State single-season school record for shutouts by blanking Northwood in a scoreless tie Sunday. Kraft, who was named the GLIAC defensive player of the week Tuesday, has nine shutouts and allowed just six goals in 12 outings in her debut season. The Bulldogs are 6-2-4 with Kraft in net.
MICHIGAN: Redshirt freshman Keenan Rebera (Lansing Catholic) finished as the runner-up for the Wolverine cross country team at the EMU Fall Classic on Friday. Rebera had a time of 15:20.8.
SIENA HEIGHTS: Quarterback Lucas Barner (Everett) completed 20 of 32 passes for 201 yards and two touchdowns while helping the Saint football team to a 17-3 victory over Olivet Nazarene.
GRAND VALLEY: Sophomore midfielder Tara Lierman (Holt) had a pair of goals Friday to help the No. 2-ranked Laker women’s soccer team wrap up the regular season GLIAC title. Lierman has three goals this fall for Grand Valley, which is 14-1-1.
OLIVET COLLEGE: Freshman Tyler Mojet (Waverly) had a rushing and receiving touchdown while helping the Comets improve to 6-1 with a 54-48 overtime win over Benedictine (Ill.) on Saturday. Mojet’s second touchdown came in the late stages of the fourth quarter and helped Olivet force overtime.
HILLSDALE COLLEGE: Sophomore Joe Reverman (Grand Ledge) rushed for 125 yards and one touchdown for the Charger football team in their 35-17 loss to No. 2-ranked Grand Valley.