Although Lincoln’s 2022 volleyball season ended with a loss against North Division co-champion Shaw, the Lions showed a bright future as they were able to push the Bears to the limit in each set. Lincoln ended up losing 25-22, 25-19, 25-20, but the Lions led midway through each of the first two sets.
Sophomore Haley Loper led the team with one of her best performances of the season with nine kills on 21 attempts and just two errors for a .333 hitting percentage. In her final varsity match, senior Jasmine Lewis added seven kills on 17 attempts with three errors (.235 hitting percentage).
Lincoln finished the season 5-18 overall, 1-13 CIAA. The five wins are the most wins in a season for the Lions since a seven-win 2016 season.
Women’s football
Neumann 1, Immaculata 0 >> The Neumann women’s soccer team defeated Immaculata in an East Atlantic Conference first-round game on a rainy Monday night. The only goal of the game was scored in the 29th minute by Caitlin Llewellyn.
The Mighty Poppies outscored the Knights 7-3 in the second half. In the last five minutes of the main match, the Mighty Poppies scored three shots and two corners. Immaculata ends its season with an overall record of 3-13-2.

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