Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/10/09
Jack Forster (La Salle) had two goals and two assists and senior goalie Drew Adams (Springfield-Delco) posted 16 saves to lead Penn State to a 10-8 non-conference victory over host Villanova Tuesday, dealing the Wildcats their first loss of the year.
No. 20 Villanova fell to 4-1 while the Nittany Lions (2-3) won their second straight.
The Wildcats outshot PSU, 40-25, but Adams – a Tewaaraton Watch List pick- was brilliant. The Lions also won 16 of 22 face-offs.
Rob Forster (La Salle) and Chris Hogan each added two goals for Penn State while Matt Mackrides (Malvern Prep) and Colton Vosburgh (Unionville) each had a goal and two assists. Alex Garrity (Strath Haven) added a goal and three groundballs for the Lions.
Paul Webber and Chris MacDonald each had a goal and three assists for Villanova while Tim Driscoll scored two goals.
Drexel 8, St. Joseph’s 4
Freshman Kyle Bergman had a goal and four assists and Scott Perri scored three goals as the Dragons (2-3) defeated the host Hawks.
Drexel freshman goalie Mark Manos (West Chester, Salesianum, DE) made 10 saves and Greg Casey (La Salle) and Adam Dennis had a goal and an assist each. Sean Evans (Henderson) led St. Joe’s (2-4) with three goals.
Loyola 15, Bryant 11
P.T. Ricci (Conestoga) had a goal and two assists, 13 groundballs and five caused turnovers to help the Greyhounds improve to 4-2. Steve Layne (Malvern Prep) added a goal, three groundballs and two caused turnovers while Jake Willcox (Malvern Prep) had a goal, one groundball and one caused turnover.
Joe Rauchut (Penn Charter) had three groundballs and two caused turnovers for Bryant (4-3).
Virginia 16, Vermont 4
John Haldy (Haverford School) scored once for the top-ranked and undefeated Cavaliers (8-0).
Susquehanna 10, King’s College 9
Tom Jakubowski (Spring-Ford) scored once for the winning Crusaders (2-2). Curtis Reinard (Archbishop Wood) had two goals and an asist and Justin Delsordo (Strath Haven0 had a goal for King’s (1-2).
Drexel 19, LIU-Brooklyn 5
Charlotte Wood (Conestoga; two assists) and Katie Lawson scored three goals each as the Dragons (6-1) cruised to victory. Mariana Uribe (Notre Dame) and Emily Kane added two goals apiece while Jaclyn Klunder (Conestoga) and Danielle Iacono had a goal and two assists each.
Notre Dame 16, James Madison 12
Mary Kate Lomady (Abington) scored four goals and Jaime Dardine (Marple Newtown) added two for No. 15 JMU (3-1) in a loss to the No. 9 Fighting Irish (5-1).
Old Dominion 16, Richmond 13
Freshman Lisa Bernardini (George School) and Casey Kellogg (Downingtown West) each scored four goals to lift the Lady Monarchs (2-0) to a victory.
Louisville 15, Longwood 13
Bergan Foley (Gwynedd Mercy Academy) poured in six goals to lead the undefeated Cardinals (4-0) to victory.
Colgate 11, Albany 10, OT
Molly Carroll (Strath Haven) scored once for the winners.
Columbia 9, American 6
Amanda Makoid (Archbishop Wood) scored twice for AU (1-5) in defeat.
West Chester 15, Shippensburg 6
Claire Grimwood had four goals and two assists and Julia Walsh (West Chester East) had four gals as the Golden Rams (3-0) won their Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) opener, by outscoring the host Raiders, 12-3, in the second half. Chrissy Stokes (Plymouth Whitemarsh) added a hat trick for WCU and Mary Beth Green (Henderson) had 11 saves.
Gayle Kuntzmann (Hatboro-Horsham) and Karen Schnurr (Central Bucks South) had two goals for Shippebsurg (2-2, 0-1)
Bloomsburg 13, Millersville 10
Kelsey Quigley (Methacton) scored three goals and Allie Kakareka (Spring-Ford) added apair to lead the winning Huskies (2-0) to a wn in their PSAC opener. Kelsey Schmoltze (Upper Moreland) had four goals for the Marauders while Liz Weekley (Pottstown) added three.
New Haven 18, Holy Family 2
Lauren Greco (Council Rock South) and Jennifer James (Little Flower) scored for Holy Family (0-2).
Arcadia 16, King’s 4
Melanie Mark (Upper Perkiomen) scored four goals to spark Arcadia in its opener. Erin Cunningham (Archbishop Prendergast) astand Jenni Groves added three goals each for the Knights.
Franklin & Marshall 15, Rowan 4
Ashley Bevington (Hill School) scord three goals, Shannon Summers (Hill School; three assists) and Meredith Lussier (Radnor) added two and Jen Pritchard (Penncrest) one as the Diplomats improved to 3-0. Lauren Crennan (Owen J. Roberts) scored once for Rowan (1-1).
Wilkes 17, Immaculata 6
Kacie O’Neill (Sun Valley) and Rebecca Whiteman (Great Valley) tallied two goals each for the Mighty Macs (0-2) in their defeat.
New England 20, Gwynedd-Mercy 14
Sharon Carabba (Springfield-Montco) and Colleen Dellostreto (Upper Moreland) scored five goals each while Bridget Gibson (St. Hubert) and Kirstyn Varas (Interboro) tallied three each, but the Griffins dropped to 1-1.