Pentictonite nets three in SoCon champ

Jean-Luc Chetner and the Richmond University Spiders lost the South Conference championship in double overtime

J.L. Chetner

Penticton’s Jean-Luc Chetner and the Richmond University Spiders suffered their first loss in six weeks in the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s South Conference championship. After going 5-0 in April, the Spiders lost 9-8 in double overtime. It was the first loss for Chetner’s team against a SoCon squad this season and their second in overtime. Chetner contributed three goals in the Spiders’ loss. In 16 games, three of which he started, Chetner scored eight goals and 24 points. The Spiders finish the season at 11-5 overall, and as a program end the year above .500, at 17-16.



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