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College wrap: Penn women stay undefeated, Villanova wins in 3OT; Villanova men down Manhattan

Sunday, 5th April 2009

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 4/5/09

    Emma Spiro scored four goals and Erin Brennan and Becca Edwards (Springfield-Montco) added three each to power No. 3 Penn to an 18-9 Ivy League victory over Harvard Saturday in Ivy League women’s lacrosse.

    Ali DeLuca added two goals and two assists for the Quakers, who are 10-0 overall and 4-0 in the Ivy League. Edwards also had two assists and Courtney Lubbe (Council Rock North) and Giulia Giordano added two goals apiece.

Villanova 11, UC Davis 10, 3 OT

    Taylor Lucy, who scored five goals, notched the game-winner with 23 seconds left in the third overtime to lift the Wildcats (3-9).

Division II

West Chester 20, Shippensburg 6

    Courtney Whiting (Downingtown East) scored five goals and Claire Grimwood had three goals and five assists for the Rams (8-2) in the PSAC win.

Chestnut Hill 21, Wilmington 17

Division III

Cabrini 23, Centenary 10

    Erin Nollen (Henderson) had five goals and six assists for the Cavaliers (6-3).

Neumann 17, Gwynedd Mercy 14

    Gabby D’Ambrosio and Colleen Finnegan scored five goals each for the Knights (4-8) while Alex Bohen (Upper Merion) and Rachael DiCicco each added three. Colleen Dellostretto (Upper Moreland) had six gaols and two assists for Gwynedd (6-4).

Swarthmore 18, Bryn Mawr 4

    Amy Vachal and Emily Evans each scored four goals for the Garnet (7-3). Cara Sogliuzzo had two goals for the Owls (2-8).

Urisnus 11, Washington College 10, OT

    Lindsay Urban (Central Bucks East) scored a goal with 12 seconds left in the second overtime as the Bears (3-8) won their second straight. Urban and  Alyssa Thren (Upper Perkiomen) each scored three goals.

Marywood 16, Immaculata 12

   Rebacca Whiteman (Great Valley) had six goals for the Mighty Macs (0-9).

Eastern 16, King’s 2

    Jessie Basch and Grace Griffth each scored four goals for the Eagles.

Gettysburg 19, Haverford 3

    Josie Ferri (Pennsbury) had a goal and an assist for the Fords (8-3) in defeat.

Misericordia 17, Widener 12

    Jackie Elliott (Upper Darby) scored five goals for the Pride (4-7) in defeat.

Lycoming 26, Arcadia 11

    Jenny Groves and Malanie Mark (Upper Perkiomen) each scored two goals for Arcadia (2-7).

Scranton 15, Moravian 5

    Madelyn Sminkey (Springfield-Delco) scored five goals while Katie Slade (Central Bucks East) and Kristin Pickell (Wissanickon) each had two for the Royals (4-3).


Villanova 8, Manhattan 4

    Tim Driscoll scord twice for ‘Nova (7-3).

Providence 5, St. Joseph’s 4, 4 OT

    Scott Cullinan (West Chester East) had two goals and Erik Hotaling posted 12 saves for the Hawks (4-6) in their quadruple-overtime defeat.     

Robert Morris 11, Drexel 10

    Kevin Stockel led the Dragons (4-6) with four goals in the CAA loss.

Johns Hopkins 13, Albany 9

    Kyle Wharton (Haverford School) and Brian Christopher (Springfield-Delco) each scored two goals for the winning Blue Jays and Matt Dolente (Malvern Prep) had two assists and won 11 of 17 face-offs.

Virginia 11, North Carolina 10

    John Haldy (Haverford School) scored once for the top-ranked Cavaliers (12-0) in the Big City Classic before approximately 20,000.

Hofstra 10, Delaware 8

    Michael Colleluori (Ridley) had a goal for the No. 7 Pride (7-1) in the Big City Classic. Kevin Kaminski (Strath Haven) scored for the Blue Hens (3-8)

Notre Dame 10, Air Force 4

    Duncan Swezey (Hatboro-Horsham) and Mike Creighton (Malvern Prep) each scored once for the No. 3 Fighting Irish (9-0).

Penn State 10, Hobart 8

    Drew Adams (Springfield-Delco) posted an amazing 24 saves for the Nittany Lions (5-4). Rob Forster (La Salle) scored three goals and assisted on two more, while Matt Mackrides (Malvern Prep), Colton Vosburgh (Unionville), Chris Mulqueen (Downingtown East) and Alex Garrity (Strath Haven) had one apiece.

Ohio State 11, Bellarmine 7

    Eddie Bambino (Penn Charter) scored once for OSU (6-4).

Colgate 10, Lehigh 8

    The Mountain Hawks (3-9) dropped the Patriot League game despite strong work by Will Scudder (Haverford School) in the face-off X, where he won 9 of 11 draws.

Quinnipiac 11, Denver 10

    Jack Oppenheimer (Germantown Academy) had the eventual game-winner and an assist for Quinnipiac (3-6).

Division III

Haverford 10, Dickinson 3

    Max Hjelm (Conestoga) and Travis Gregory each scored three goals for the Black Squirrels (8-2).

Swarthmore 7, McDaniel 4

    Gavin Musynske netted four goals for the Garnet (4-4).

Immaculata 11, Gwynedd Mercy 9

    Dante Tuscai (West Chester East) and Joe Keller (Owen J. Roberts) each scored three goals and Andrew Sim (Interboro) made 11 saves for the Mighty Macs (2-6). Stefen Hetland (Garnet Valley) had three goals and Kevin Hens (Hatboro-horsham) made 16 stops in goal for the Griffins (5-7).

Cabrini 12, Drew 5

    Scott Reimer (Henderson) had five goals and two assists for the Cavs (8-3).

Eastern 8, Misericordia 4

    Michael Ryan (Souderton) had three goals and Nick Mandia (Souderton) had two goals and two assists for Eastern (5-5). 

Widener 11, Manhattanville 2

    Shawn DeHaven (Downingtown West) had three goals for the Pioneers (5-5). 

Cazenovia 20, Penn State Abington 4

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