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2010 Philly women in college scoring leaders: Division I, II & III

Tuesday, 10th August 2010

Categories College, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 8/10/10

Player (high school), college team Goals Assists Points
Division I

Bergan Foley (Gwynedd Mercy Academy) Louisville 78 6 84
Kelly Haggerty (Unionville) Ohio State 38 39 77
Kelly Condon (Abington) Marist 44 24 68
Lisa Bernardini (George School) Old Dominion 32 25 57
Mary Kate Lomady (Abington) James Madison 46 10 56
Chelsea Rosiek (Wissahickon) Temple 26 29 55
Jill Davis (Ridley) La Salle 40 14 54
Allison Thomas (Conestoga) Lehigh 38 16 54
Sarah Phillips (Downingtown West) George Washington 30 19 49
Ashley Kellogg (Downingtown West) Old Dominion 41 7 48
Christie Wienckowski (Marple Newtown) Long Island 32 14 46
Kathy Young (Villa Maria Academy) Navy 28 15 43
Amanda Makoid (Archbishop Wood) American 32 9 41
Lauren McDermott (North Penn) La Salle 34 5 39
Courtney Lubbe (Council Rock North) Penn 19 18 37
Taylor Donohue (Radnor) George Washington 19 18 37
Megan Brennan (Archbishop Carroll) Monmouth 27 8 35
Mel Rorie (North Penn) Albany 30 4 34
Emily Ellisen (Great Valley) George Mason 31 2 33
Mary Dean (Cheltenham) Penn State 20 13 33
Jackie DePetris (Archbishop Carroll) Syracuse 28 4 32
Stephanie Markunas (Ridley) Temple 21 10 31
Melanie Sarcinello (Marple Newtown) La Salle 20 11 31
Julianna Jeffers (Springfield-Delco) Delaware 25 5 30

Division II
Allison Berger (Springfield-Montco) Lock Haven 42 51 93
Allie Kakareka (Spring-Ford) Bloomsburg 50 24 74
Nicole Haines (Great Valley) West Chester 50 18 68
Molly O’Hara (Penncrest) East Stroudsburg 56 10 66
Samantha Mazzie (Boyertown) Bloomsburg 42 20 62
Jenna James (St. Hubert) Holy Family 52 6 58
Michelle Mangiaruga (North Penn) East Stroudsburg 40 17 57
Sarah Magnone (Villa Joseph Marie) New Haven 43 9 52
Kim Springman (Bishop Shanahan) Bloomsburg 22 29 51
Christine Bradley (Pottstown) East Stroudsburg 28 21 49
Kate Smyth (Pennsbury) Lock Haven 30 18 48
Liz Weekley (Pottstown) Millersville 31 16 47
Katie Brewer (Henderson) Shippensburg 37 9 46
Erin Oczkowski (Archbishop Wood) West Chester 27 16 43
Tia Mazzie (Boyertown) Bloomsburg 25 16 41
Taylor Peltzer (Archbishop Wood) Philadelphia Univ. 34 5 39
Stephanie McNesby (Archbishop Ryan) Holy Family 31 8 39
Lauren Glassey (Henderson) West Chester 28 8 36
Gayle Kuntzmann (Hatboro-Horsham) Shippensburg 33 2 35
Nicole Pyle (Henderson) West Chester 27 6 33
Stephanie Bianco (Upper Merion) IUP 25 8 33
Jackie Hoover (Cheltenham) West Chester 25 5 30
Lindsey Crits (Boyertown) Kutztown 23 7 30
Lyndsey Babilon (Boyertown) Bloomsburg 23 7 30
Jessica Schubach (Spring-Ford) Shippensburg 17 13 30

Division III
Jackie Elliott (Upper Darby) Widener 76 19 95
Rachel Dirksen (Abington) Messiah 66 28 94
Amanda Alexandrowicz (Ridley) Cabrini 64 25 89
Meredith Lussier (Radnor) Franklin & Marshall 58 26 84
Sarah Cullinan (West Chester East) Elizabethtown 51 25 76
Erin Nollen (Henderson) Cabrini 55 19 74
Kacie O’Neill (Sun Valley) Immaculata 59 13 72
Alyssa Verillo (Archbishop Wood) Alvernia 61 11 72
Josie Ferri (Pennsbury) Haverford College 49 22 71
Shannon Carabba (Springfield-Montco) Gwynedd Mercy College 49 20 69
Courtney Schrock (Central Bucks West) Washington & Jefferson 57 12 69
Colleen Dellostretto (Upper Moreland) Gwynedd Mercy College 57 10 67
Rebecca Whiteman (Great Valley) Immaculata 49 18 67
Felicia Sippel (St. Hubert) Alvernia 49 14 63
Alex Bohen (Upper Merion) Neumann 49 13 62
Allison Bainbridge (Pottsgrove) Alvernia 35 23 58
Kerri Boon (Interboro) Gwynedd Mercy College 40 16 56
Jaime O’Hanlon (Springfield-Delco) Cabrini 36 18 54
Sarah George (Bayard Rustin) Alvernia 40 12 52


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