Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/8/09
Tommy Davis scored with 2:30 left in overtime to give visiting and No. 2-ranked Princeton a 10-9 victory over upset-minded Penn Tuesday in Ivy League men’s lacrosse.
Penn’s Al Kohart sent it into overtime with 49 seconds left in regulation for the Quakers (2-7, 1-4), who led 4-1 at one point.
Drew Collins led Penn with three goals and Alex Weber added a pair. Davis paced the Tigers (9-1, 2-0) with four goals.
Holy Cross 12, Vermont 11, 2 OT
Colin McGeehan (Malvern Prep) scored the game-winner with 3:29 to play in the second OT frame and had two goals as the Crusaders (2-9) earned the non-conference victory. McGeehin leads Holy Cross with 16 goals.
Penn State 9, Bucknell 8
Drew Adams (Springfield-Delco) continued his torrid pace in the cage with 20 saves while Rob Forster (La Salle) scored three goals, Matt Mackrides (Malvern Prep) had two goals and two assists and Jack Forster (La Salle) had two goals for the Nittany Lions (5-5).
Syracuse 15, Cornell 10
Scott Kahoe (Radnor) scored once for the Orangemen (8-2) in the victory over the No. 3 Big Red.
Villanova 19, Long Island 11
Taryn McKenna erupted for seven goals while Taylor Lucy and Carly Miller added three apiece for the Wildcats (6-6).
West Chester 12, Bloomsburg 7
Courtney Whiting (Downingtown East) had four goals and Mary Beth Green (Henderson) posted 15 saves for the Golden Rams (9-2. 7-0) in their PSAC triumph. Kelsey Quigley (Methacton) had three goals for the Huskies (8-3, 5-2).
Chestnut Hill 18, Dominican 9
Carly Glass pumped in nine goals and Katie Donovan (Archbishop Carroll) added six to spark CHC.
Wilmington 20, Holy Family 7
Gina Mansi had four goals for HF (0-10).
Ursinus 10, Swarthmore 9
The Bears (4-8, 3-3) raced out to a 4-0 lead and held off a late Swarthmore charge in a Centennial Conference win. Swarthmore (7-4, 1-4) had two shots in the final second, but, did not convert. Alyssa Thren (Upper Perkiomen) scored five goals as the Bears won their third straight match.Jenna Werley (Springfield-Delco) added in three goals for Ursinus while Marie Mutryn and Anna de Regt had three goals apiece for the Garnet.
Haverford College 16, Bryn Mawr 4
Jen Schmidt pumped in five goals and Josie Ferri (Pennsbury) added four for the Fords (9-3, 3-3) in their Centennial Conference win.Katie Kellom led Bryn Mawr (2-9, 0-6) with a pair of goals.
Gwynedd-Mercy 18, King’s 5
Colleen Dellostretto (Upper Moreland) led the Griffins’ attack with six goals and two assists while Kerri Boon (Interboro) added five goals and Victoria Geppert (Pennridge) and Kristie Pollock (Unionville) each added two scores for Gwynedd-Mercy (8-4).
Immaculata 9, Cedar Crest 8
The Mighty Macs (1-9) captured their first win this season as Rebecca Whiteman (Great Valley) amassed eight points on six goals and two assists.
Neumann 18, Notre Dame (Md.) 5
Alex Bohen (Upper Merion) tallied six goals while Emily Kazaba, Gabby D’Ambrosio and Colleen Finnegan each netted four for the Knights (5-8).
College of NJ 18, Eastern 5