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Saturday’s women’s roundup: Penn defeats Dartmouth, 9-6, in key Ivy League matchup

Sunday, 18th April 2010

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 4/18/10

In a battle between the two Ivy League teams unbeaten through four conference games, No. 6 Penn made sure its place as the team to beat in the Ancient Eight with a 9-6 win at No. 7 Dartmouth Saturday.

With the win, the Quakers improve to 10-3 overall and 5-0 in the Ivy League. Dartmouth saw its nine-game win streak come to an end, falling to 9-2 and 4-1 in Ivy play.

Speaking of win streaks, Penn’s Ivy League win streak improved to 27, dating back to the final conference game of 2006.

Courtney Lubbe (Council Rock North), Emam Spiro and Giulia Giordano each had two goals and an assist for Penn while Megan Smith (Henderson) and Maddie Poplawski (Springfield-Delco) each scored once.

Lehigh 15, Navy 7

Allison Thomas (Conestoga) had three goals and two assists to lead the Mountain Hawks (12, 4-1) to the Patriot League win over the Mids (13-3, 4-1). Kathy Young (Villa Maria Academy) scored once for Navy.

Georgetown 19, Rutgers 12

Bunny O’Reilly (Springside School) had two goals to lead the Hoyas (8-5, 6-0) to the Big East win over the Scarlet Knights (9-4, 2-3). Mary Cryan (Radnor) had three goals for Rutgers.

Louisville 21, Jacksonville 9

Bergan Foley (Gwynedd Mercy Academy) had seven goals and Brooke Campbell (Conestoga) scored twice to pace the Cardinals (8-5) to the victory.

William & Mary 18, Delaware 12 (Friday)

Kyrstin Mackrides (Villa Maria Academy) had a goal and two assists to lead W&M (8-5, 2-1) past the Blue Hens (4-9, 1-3) in the CAA. Corinne Drost had three goals and two assists and Julianna Jeffers (Springfield-Delco) had three goals for Delaware.

Division III

Ursinus 9, Dickinson 3

The Bears (10-4, 5-2 Centennial) scored the first five goals of the game and led the Red Devils (6-5, 3-4 Centennial) by as many as six goals to remain a perfect 7-0 at home.

Junior attack Lindsay Urban (C.B. East) and senior midfielder Elizabeth Cannon each had three goals in the win, while freshman attack Elizabeth Chatburn (Upper Dublin), freshman attack Meghan Morley (Westtown) and senior attack Amy Sezack had a goal in the win. Cannon also added in two assists for Ursinus.

McDaniel 13, Haverford College 12

Josie Ferry (Pennsbury) had four goals but the Fords (11-3, 4-3) suffered a heartbreaking OT loss in the Centennial Conference.



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