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GlobeWest: Noteworthy performances

Trinity College Athletics

Littleton’s Julia Pitino held Trinity College women’s soccer opponents scoreless for 258 consecutive minutes spanning four matches.

By Logan Mullen Globe Correspondent 

MIT Athletics

Katie Collins

KATIE COLLINS

NEWTON

A freshman on the women’s cross-county team at MIT, the Newton South grad paced the Engineers to a runnerup finish at the Division 3 pre-nationals meet (Cowbell Classic) in Elsah, Ill. Her time of 21:43.35 was seventh-best in a field of 332 runners.

JULIA PITINO

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LITTLETON

A senior captain on the women’s soccer team at Trinity, she held opponents scoreless for 258 consecutive minutes spanning four matches. This season she has posted a 0.84 goals against average over 10 matches, with a 0.813 save percentage.

Roger Williams University Athletics

Edmund Geschickter

EDMUND GESCHICKTER

BROOKLINE

In 12 starts for the Roger Williams men’s soccer team, the sophomore keeper has compiled a 7-4-2 record and 1.40 goals against average with five shutouts. He was the Commonwealth Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Week Oct. 16.


Logan Mullen can be reached at logan.mullen@globe.com.