Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/15/09
Junior Alison Incarnato scored the game-winning goal with just over five minutes remaining and Chelsea Rosiek (Wissahickon) scored four goals and assisted on five others, including the game-winner, to give Temple a 12-11 victory over host Villanova Tuesday night.
Down by three goals with a little over 21 minutes to play, Rosiek scored back-to-back goals to tie the game at 11 at 9:06. Rosiek fed Incarnato the game-winner for her team-leading 14th assist of the season with 5:38 left to play.
The win was the second straight for Temple (2-11). Villanova (6-7) had a five-game win streak snapped.
Ann Stouffer scored three times for the Owls, while Kelsey Zenuk (Aston, St, Mark’s DE) had one goal and two assists. Brittney Hoffman, Jackie Mercer and Lindsey Colferai all tallied one.
Jessica Colucci had 11 saves in goal for Temple, while Maggie Langan had 10 saves for the Wildcats.
Rybinski and McKenna led Villanova with three goals apiece while Miller and Lasda each netted a pair of goals. Sophomore Maggie Langan made 10 saves in net for the Wildcats.
Lafayette 12, La Salle 11, 4 OT
Margaux LeBuffe scored with 14 seconds left in the fourth OT period as the Leopards (1-13) claimed their first win of the year under first-year coach Alison Fisher – the top assistant last year at La Salle. Kristin Ruminski (Boyertown) had two goals for Lafayette while Stefany McKee led the Explorers (4-9) with five goals and Jill Davis (La Salle) had four.
Marist 14, Bucknell 9
Freshman Kelly Condon (Abington) had two goals and one assist to help Marist (8-4) claim the non-league win.
Gabby Capuzzi (Archbishop Carroll) scored two goals, Kely Haggerty (Unionville0 had four assists and Kelsay Tabor (Downingtown West) had a goal as the Buckeyes improved to 11-3.
Virginia 21, George Mason 8
Emiuly Ellisen (Great Valley) had three goals and Megan Udovich (Ridley) added two for GM (5-8) in defeat.
Philadelphia Univ., 22, Chestnut Hill 6
Michelle O’Hanlon (Springfield-Delco) and Taylor Peltzer (Archbishop Wood) each netted three goals to lead balanced scoring as the Rams (6-6, 6-2) cruised past the Griffins (8-6, 5-3) in the CACC. Katie Donovan (Archbishop Carroll) led CHC with three goals.
Haverford 10, Swarthmore 7
Jen Schmidt scored three goals to lead the Fords (10-5, 4-4) to the Centennial Conference win.Anan de Regt led the Garnet (9-6, 1-6) with four goals.
Eastern 20, Alvernia 13
Grace Griffith scored seven goals and Jessie Basch added five for the Eagles (7-5).
Elmira 20, Neumann 17
Gabby D’Ambrosio had seven goals and Alex Bohen (Upper Merion) five for Neumann (5-9).
Washington College 19, Bryn Mawr 9
Lehigh 7, Holy Cross 5
Will Scudder (Haverford School) won 11 of 16 face-offs to help the Mountain Hawks (4-10, 2-3) topple the Crusaders (3-10, 0-6) in the Patriot League. Colin McGeehin (Malvern Prep) scored once for HC.
Widener 12, DeSales 4
JJ Hoeffler had four goals while Cory Malampy (Ridley) and Johnny Casey (Abington) had two goals each to pace the Pride (6-7, 5-2) to the Middle Atlantic Conference win.
Neumann 19, Penn State Abington 16