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Women’s college roundup: Caulfield (U. Darby) leads Salisbury to D3 title; Philly women helps teams reach D1 semis

Monday, 24th May 2010

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 5/24/10

Salisbyr's Julie Ann Caulfield (Upper Darby) led team to NCAA title

Junior goalie Julie Ann Caulfield (Upper Darby) made eight saves and earned all-tournament honors as the Salisbury women’s lacrosse team won the Division III national title with a 7-6 victory over previously undefeated Hamilton College Sunday at Gettysburg.

The national championship is the first for Salisbury, which had been a national finalist three times (2005, ’07, ’09).

Garrity (Strath Haven) helps UNC reach D1 semifinals

Freshman Emily Garrity (Strath Haven) had two goals and an assist and a draw control as the Tar Heels dominated Virginia, 17-7, in the Division I quarterfinals. UNC will play Northwestern Friday at Towson in the semifinals.

Virginia defender Marghi Walters (Penn Charter) had a groundball and a caused turnover.

DePetris (Archbishop Carroll) helps Syracuse reach semis

Jackie DePetris (Archbishop Carroll) scored once as Syracuse defeated James Madison, 7-3, n the quarterfinals. Syracuse will meet No. 1 Maryland in the semis Friday.

Annie Brophy (Archbishop Carroll) scored once for JMU.

Magarity (Germantown Academy) helps Northwestern advance

Starting defender Colleen Magarity (Germantown Academy) had a groundball as Northwestern advanced to the semifinals with an 18-8 triumph over Duke on Saturday.

Amanda Jones (Germantown Academy) and Kim Wenger (Great Valley) each scored once for the Blue Devils.



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