Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/13/09
Senior Katie Donovan (Archbishop Carroll) poured in 13 goals to tie an NCAA Division II record and help host Chestnut Hill College outscore American International, 21-18, Thursday in a non-conference game.
Donovan’s outburst tied the mark set by Desiree Cox of Lees-McRae Colege pof Banner Elk, N.C., on April 6, 2008 vs. Methodist.
Donovan, who also had two assists, now has 202 career goals. She is the second Griffin to reach that plateau (Megan McHugh is the leader with 213 goals). Donovan also matched junior midfielder Carley Glass with six draw controls.
Carley Glass fueled the Chestnut Hill College (1-1) offense with a career-high seven assists. Maryanne Glass contributed four goals and three assists. Griffin goalkeepers, freshman Chelsea Osborne and senior Stephanie Jordan (Souderton) split halves. Osborne started and made 10 saves on the first half, while Jordan collected the win with 15 saves in the closing period.
Swarthmore 15, Grennsboro 11
The Garnet remained undefeated at 3-0 with the non-conference win. Sophomore Amy Vachal registered her third hat trick of the season, scoring four goals. Teammates sophomore Emily Evans, junior Abbe Muller and senior Marissa Schafer added three goals each.
Garnet junior Allison Grein posted six saves for the win.
Catholic 18, McDaniel 13
Kate Narzikul (Merion Mercy) scored three goals and Katie Buonpastore (Lansdale Catholic) added two goals and three assists as Catholic improved to 3-2.
Notre Dame 10 Bucknell 6
Duncan Swezey (Hatboro-Horsham) had a goal and an assist and Mike Creighton (Malvern Prep) had an assist and two groundballs as the No. 4 Fighting Irish stayed perfect at 5-0.
Moravian 8, Gwynedd Mercy 5
Stefan Hetland (Garnet Valley) and Nicholas Coan (Garnet Valley) each had a goal and two asasists, but thw Griffins (3-3) had their three-game win streak snapped. Christopher Mohapp (Cenral Bucks South) had two assists for Moravian (1-4).