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Saturday’s women’s college roundup: West Chester, Philadelphia Univ. cruise; Lehigh, Lafayette win

Sunday, 3rd April 2011

Categories College, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/3/11

No. 7 West Chester scored the first eight goals of the game and never looked back en route to a 16-3 victory over host Shippensburg in a PSAC women’s lacrosse match Saturday afternoon.

West Chester (9-1, 7-0 PSAC) maintained its lead in the conference standings with the team’s 66th consecutive regular-season conference win.

Claire Grimwood scored four goals and finished with six points. Tori Dugan (Bayard Rustin) registered a hat trick for the Golden Rams as well. She finished with four points as did Lauren Glassey (Henderson) on the strength of two goals and two assists. Erin Oczkowski (Archbishop Wood) and Jackie Hoover (Cheltenham) each scored twice as well.
MacKenzie O’Keefe (Downingtown East) made five saves in going the distance in the cage for the win.

Philadelphia Univ. 24, Post 8

Taylor Peltzer (Archbishop Wood) had five goals to pace the CACC victory.

Division I

Lehigh 13, American 6

Lauren Dykstra scored four goals and Megan Kelly had three for the Mountain Hawks in their Patriot League win.

Bernadette Maher (Council Rock North) and Lisa Schaaf (Perkiomen Valley) each scored twice for American.

Towson 9, Delaware 8, 2OT

Bridget Burns (Notre Dame) scored twice for the Blue Hens in the CAA loss. Kelly Custer (Sun Valley) scored once for Towson.

Lafayette 13, Bucknell 11

Ana White (Strath Haven) scored four goals and Jess Rothstein (Harriton) added a goal and an assist to spark the Leopards.

Madison Hurwitz (Council Rock South) scored three for Bucknell.

Florida 13, Penn State 7

Aly Adams (Springfield-Delco) scored twice for the Nittany Lions in defeat.

Division III


Ursinus 15, Bryn Mawr 3

Lindsey Urban (Central Bucks East) scored three goals to help the Bears remain perfect (6-0) in the Centennial Conference.

Haverford College 7, Dickinson 4

Kayleigh Herrick-Reynolds scored twice for the Fords in their CC victory.

Arcadia 21, Lebanon Valley 15

Junior Stephanie Holguin scored eight goals and sophomore Meghan Fallon netted six to spark the victory for the Knights.

Cabrini 21, Notre Dame (MD) 12

Jamie O’Hanlon (Springfield-Delco) led the Cabrini offense with six goals with four assists and Gabrielle Gorbey (Ridley) totaled six points with two scores and four helpers.

Immaculata 18, Rosemont 0

Kacie O’Neill (Sun Valley) and Rebecca Whiteman (Great Valley) each recorded hat tricks for Immaculata, and both recorded two assists to finish with five points. Lauren Bigos also amassed five points with two goals and assisted on three other tallies.

Widener 20, Misericordia 11

Rachel Porter had five goals and two assists and Calina Walz added five goals to pace Widener to victory.

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