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Women’s college weekend wrap: Radnor grads lead Vanderbilt to upset of Duke; Garrity (Strath Haven) helps UNC down Florida

Sunday, 12th February 2012

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 2/12/12

Kelly Connors (Radnor) scored twice, twin sister Kacie Connors (Radnor) had a goal and three groundballs and defender Alyssa Dunlap (Radnor) had two caused turnovers as host Vanderbilt stunned No. 5 Duke, 7-5, in its women’s lacrosse opener today in Nashville.

The 19th-ranked Commodores (19th ranked) also got a groundball from Olivia Goodman (Agnes Irwin).

For Duke (2-1), Kim Wenger (Great Valley) had a goal and an assist and three groundballs and Taylor Trimble (Episcopal Academy) scored once and added a draw controls and a groundball. Emma Hamm (Baldwin School) added five draw controls, two caused turnovers and an assist while Amanda Jones (Germantown Academy) contributed a groundball and a draw control.

Saturday’s games

North Carolina 11, Florida 9

Emily Garrity (Strath Haven) scored once and added a draw control and a caused turnover for the No. 3 Tar Heels in their huge opening-day win over the No. 4 Gators. UNC defender Beth Ellis (Radnor) added a groundball and a draw control.

High Point 11, Navy 10

Aimee Gennaro (Archbishop Carroll) had two goals and Kathy Young (Villa Maria Academy) added a goal and an assist for the Mids in their opening-day loss.

Ohio State 19, San Diego State 4

Gabby Capuzzi (Archbishop Carroll) had three goals and two assists as the Buckeyes rolled to the win.

George Mason 19, St. Francis 9

Emily Ellisen (Great Valley) had four goals to lead George Mason to the win.

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