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College wrap: Drexel women snap seven-game losing streak

Wednesday, 22nd April 2009

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 4/22/09

    Host Drexel jumped out to a 10-0 first-half lead en route to a 18-4 women’s lacrosse victory over Wagner in a non-conference game.

    The win halted a seven-game losing streak as the Dragons improved to 8-8 on the season. Charlotte Wood (Conestoga) and Ali Allen (Phoenixville) each scored three goals while 11 different Dragons scored at least one goal.

    The Dragons scored early and often as Allen connected just over three minutes into the contest to open the 10-0 run. Wood and Katie Lawson each tallied twice in the outburst while Morgan Holbrook (Bayard Rustin) handed out two assists as the Dragons put the game away in the first half.

    Lawson posted two goals and two assists in limited action while Kimberly Kabernagel (Conwell-Egan) and Katie Blazer each added a pair of goals. Kabernagel and Nicole Musto were especially active in the midfield as they each picked up three groundballs and three draw controls. Emily Kane also had a fine all-around game with game-high totals of four groundballs and three caused turnovers.

    Lauren LaBella earned her 42nd career victory, the most for any goalie in Drexel’s Division I Women’s Lacrosse history. She made four saves in just under 46 minutes of action.

Lafayette 14, Villanova 13

    Kristin Ruminski (Boyertown) had a goal and an assist to lead the Leopards (2-14) to the win over the Wildcats. Taryn led the Wildcats (7-8) with four goals.

Division III

Bryn Mawr 16, Immaculata 9

    Georgia Lawrence poured in six goals and Natalie Chrismer had five as the Owls (4-13) toppled the Mighty Macs (2-10).  Claire Lichty led Immaculata with three goals.

Widener 18, Arcadia 11

    Jackie Elliott (Upper Darby) had eight goals and Mellany Broomall added six to lead the Pride to the Middle Atlantic Conference victory. Shannon Bustin (Interboro) and Melanie Mark (Upper Perkiomen) led the Knights with three goals apiece.

Swarthmore 21, Neumann 15 

    Emily Evans, Marissa Schaffer and Amy Vachal each scored five goals forthe Garnet. Gabby D’Ambrosio led Neumann with five goals.


Cabrini 24, Neumann 6

    The No. 14 Cavaliers (11-3, 5-0) extended their win streak to seven games with a victory against Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) foe Neumann (2-12, 0-5) as senior attackman Scott Reimer (Downingtown West) scored five goals, matching the program’s record for career points with 233.

    The Cavaliers also extended the nation’s longest active conference win streak to 85 games, including the postseason since 2001. The Blue & White is unbeaten versus CSAC foes during the regular season in its last 70 games.

    Reimer, also the program’s all-time leader in career goals (210), enters Saturday’s contest against Marywood University one point shy of becoming the all-time leader in points. Cabrini Athletic Hall of Fame honoree Tom Lemieux (1999-02) owns the standard, totaling 233 points on 102 goals and 131 assists.

    Casey Grugan (Ridley) led the Cavaliers’ offense, notching six points on three goals and three assists. Grugan extends the nation’s second-longest consecutive points streak to 51 games.

    Paul Skulski (Garnet Valley) recorded four points, pairing two goals with two assists. Senior Matt Conaway (West Chester East) had two goals. Matt Toth (Coatesville) led Neumann with four goals.



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