Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/13/10
Senior Chelsea Rosiek (Wissahickon) scored three goals and added an assist to lead visiting Temple to a 12-4 victory over host Jacksonville Friday in non-conference women’s lacrosse.
Charlotte Swavola (Cheltenham) and Ann Stouffer each scored twice for the Owls (2-3) while Allison McWilliams (Avon Grove) and Stephanie Markunas (Ridley) each added a goal and an assist.
Melissa Schweitzer (Owen J. Roberts), Kellee Pace (Chichester) and Lindsey Colferai added one goal apiece.
Jessica Colucci made eight saves for the Owls. It was a strong day defensively for Temple, which recorded 38 ground balls to Jacksonville’s 24. Leading the effort was senior defender Tracy Zimmer (Council Rock North) with six ground balls along with two caused turnovers.
“It was a great win for us,” said Temple head coach Bonnie Rosen (Harriton). “We needed to try to find momentum, and we had to build it throughout the contest. Jacksonville is a young but talented team, and they forced us to figure out how to play our game.
“The game was won on good team defense, and Jess Colucci had a great day in goal. Some great individual efforts created wonderful team offense. It was a good confidence-builder as we get ready for Delaware (on Wednesday).”
Lehigh 13, Bucknell 2
Kelly Draper had three goals and two assists while Lauren Dykstra and Megan Kelly each had three to lift the undefeated Mountain Hawks (5-0) to the win in their Patriot League opener.
Allison Thomas (Conestoga) had two goals and an assist as well as two draw controls for Lehigh. Freshman Madison Hurwitz (Council Rock South) had an assist for Bucknell (1-6, 0-1).
Ursinus 13, Roanoke 12
Trailing 12-9 with 13:17 left, Ursinus (3-1) scored four straight goals, including the game-winner with 2:48 left as the Bears rallied for the win.
Freshman attack Meghan Morley (Westtown School) scored the game-winner on an assist from Emily Diehl. The rally started with a goal from Amy Sezack with just under 13 minutes remaining to cut the Ursinus deficit to 12-10.
Lindsay Urban (Central Bucks East) scored with 6:54 left to cut the deficit to one, followed by the tying goal from Rebecca Westlake with 6:14 left to tie the score.
The Bears got three goals from Urban, and two from Elizabeth Cannon, Diehl, Kim Peifer (Methacton) and Morley. Defensively, Westlake had four groundballs, while Hannah Kuranz had three. Westlake had three draw controls, with junior midfielder Allison Furman (Boyertown) contributing three caused turnovers.
Senior goalkeeper Alex McBride made nine saves in goal for the Bears.