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Girls’ club lacrosse: Brandywine Majors wins 5v5 tourney at Penn State

Tuesday, 16th October 2012

Categories Club, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 10/16/12

Brandywine Majors 2014 claimed the team championship last weekend at the Penn State 5 v 5 Tournament.

Brandywine Majors won the Penn State 5v5 Tournament. The team featured (from left): Dana Laulis: Garnet Valley, defensive midfielder; Haley Warden: Garnet Valley midfield; Sam Brennan, Ridley, defense; Dana Davis, Garnet Valley, midfield; Sabrina Fusco,Garnet Valley, attack; Erica Coyne, Garnet Valley, Midfield; Paige Mitros, Garnet Valley, Goalie

Five of the players were members of the 2012 Garnet Valley State championship team last year as sophomores.

The tournament featured 16 teams from all over the Tri-State area competing at the Penn State University Park field with the members of the current Penn State team serving as coaches. garnet Valley grad and 2012 Phillylacrosse.com Co-Player of the Year Ally Heavens was the Brandywine Majors coach and guided the team to a 12-0 record.

Brandywine Majors earned one win in overtime with a Brave Heart deciding the game. It then won both playoff games, including a dramatic sudden death overtime win in the finals against the previously undefeated house team which included several Penn State recruits.

The winning goal was scored by Haley Warden, who was the catalyst for the great come-from-behind win by GV in the state championship game this past spring over Strath Haven.

The team consisted of:

Dana Laulis, Garnet Valley, defensive midfielder

Haley Warden, Garnet Valley midfield, 2x state champ varsity GV

Sam Brennan, Ridley, defense

Dana Davis,  Garnet Valley, midfield, 1x State Champ Varsity GV

Sabrina Fusco,  Garnet Valley, attack, 1x State Champ Varsity GV

Erica Coyne,  Garnet Valley, Midfield, 2x State Champ varsity GV

Paige Mitros,  Garnet Valley, Goalie, 2x State Champ Varsity GV


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