Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/12/09
The fifth-ranked Penn women’s lacrosse team remained undefeated with a 13-7 win over visiting Boston University Wednesday afternoon.
Emma Spiro led the Quakers’ attack with a career-high four goals. Penn held a heavy 22-8 advantage on shots in the first half and outshot BU 31-15 in the game. Penn’s Emily Szelest made three saves in her fourth consecutive win.
Also for Penn (4-0), Ali DeLuca, Erin Brennan, Courtney Lubbe (Council Rock North) and Kaitlyn Lombardo scored two goals each while Becca Edwards (Springfield-Montco) added one.
La Salle 10, Monmouth 9
Taylor Ruland scored with 1:29 to play off a feed from Ali Herman (North Penn), giving the Explorers their second straight win.
Jill Davis (Ridley) led La Salle (2-2) with four goals and an assist while Ruland had two goals and an assist and Stefany McKee had two goals. Mara Schnellenbach (Ridley) earned the win in goal.
Megan Brennan (Archbishop Carroll had two goals for Monmouth (0-4).
Rutgers 7, St. Joseph’s 6
Jenna Martino tallied four goals in a losing cause for the Hawks (3-3).
Towson 13, Temple 7
Jenna Hoffman scored four goals and Lindsey Colferai added two goals and two assists for the losing Owls (0-4).
Ohio State 20, Cincinnati 8
Kelly Haggerty (Unionville) scored twice and Gabby Capuzzi (Archbishop Carroll) scored once for the winning Buckeyes (5-1).
Maryland 14, Maryland 12
Kelly Barnes (Radnor) scored twice for the Hoyas (3-2), who nearly knocked off the No. 2 Terrapins.
Duke 22, Vanderbilt 16
Emma Hamm (Baldwin School) scored once for the winning Blue Devils (6-1).
George Washington 14, Mt. St. Mary’s 5
Sarah Phillips (Downingtown West) had three goals and Taylor Donohue (Radnor) added a goal and two assists as GW (1-6) earned its first win.
Lock Haven 19, IUP 1
Amber Hoch (Souderton) scored twice for Lock Haven (3-1) as it won its PSAC West opener.
Widener 19, Neumann 10
Brittany Dippolito, Jen Harnden and Mellany Broomall scored four goals apiece while Jackie Elliott (Upper Darby) and Grace Cavanaugh added three apiece for the Pride (3-1).
Alex Bohen (Upper Merion) led Neumann (0-3) with three goals while Gabby D’Ambrosio and Emily Zazaba added a pair each.
Bryn Mawr 17, Penn State Abington 7
Georgia Lawrence erupted for six goals and four assists while Natalie Chrismer added a season-best five goals and Gabby Marangell added three for the winning Owls (2-2).
Georgetown 12, Delaware 6
Todd Cochran (Conestoga) scored twice for the winning Hoyas (2-2), while Kevin Kaminski (Strath Haven) scored once for the Hens (2-4).
Haverford College 22, Eastern 5
Myles Monaghan and Max Hjelm (Conestoga) scored five goals a piece while Brian Fleishhacker added four as the Black Squirrels improved to 3-1. Ben O’Donnell and Michael Ryan (Souderton) had two goals each for Eastern (1-2).
Wooster 6, Swarthmore 4
David DeSimone scored twice for the losing Garnet (1-2).
Elizabethtown 15, Immaculata 2
Goalie Andrew Sim (Interboro) had 21 saves in defeat for the Mighty Macs (0-3).
Greensboro 22, Penn State Abington 4
Joe Staerk (Abington) led PSU Abington (0-3) with a goal and an assist.
Kean 7, Widener 5
Andrew Janusz scored twice for the Pride (0-4).