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College roundup: Lehigh women improve to 8-0 by downing UC Davis, 11-9

Wednesday, 24th March 2010

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/24/10

Host Lehigh matched its best start ever at 8-0 Tuesday by holding off UC Davis, 11-9, in women’s lacrosse action.

Kelly Draper and Lauren Dykstra scored three goals apiece to lead the Mountain Hawks offense. Allison Thomas (Conestoga) added two goals, an assist and four draw controls.

Division II

Philadelphia 17, Dominican 6

Taylor Peltzer (Archbishop Wood) scored three goals and added three assists to lead the Rams (2-3, 2-0) in their CACC win.


East Stroudsburg 20, Kutztown 7

Christine Bradley (Pottstown) had three goals and four assists and ESU improved to 4-1 and 1-1 in the PSAC East.


Swarthmore 17, Immaculata 6

Annelise Mowry scored four goals and added two assists, while junior Amy Vachal scored four goals – including the 100th of her career – to lead the garnet (4-1, 0-1) to a convincing win.

Vachal has 103 goals in less than three seasons at Swarthmore. Vachal is just the 13th student-athlete in program history to reach 100 career goals and her 119 career points ranks in the Top 20 of the all-time list.

Kacie O’Neill (Sun Valley) had three goals for Immaculata (1-6).

Rowan 10, Cabrini 8

Amanda Alexandrowicz (Ridley) scored four goals and reached the 200-point mark for her career in the Cavaliers’ defeat.

Jamie O’Hanlon (Springfield) added two goals and one assist and Lynda Kaufmann (Chichester) had a goal and an assist for Cabrini (2-4).

Washington and Jefferson 15, Gwynedd-Mercy 12

Colleen Dellostretto (Upper Moreland) led GM (2-3) with four goals while junior Kristie Pollock (Unionville) added three scores and an assist.

York 17, Arcadia 5

Stephanie Holguin tallied three goals for the Knights (0-3).

Men
Division I

Army 9, Lehigh 5

Rob McCallion (Episcopal Academy) had an assist to help the Caedets (3-4) claim their Patriot League opener.

Adam Johnston led the Mountain Hawks (3-5, 0-2) with two goals.

Duke 15, Dartmouth 3

Dan Wigrizer (Haverford School) made seven saves to help the Blue Devils (5-3) cruise.

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