Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/28/13
Caitlyn Brostrand (Camden Catholic) led the La Salle lacrosse attack with four goals and Erin McCabe added three as the Explorers trounced Long Island 21-5 on Wednesday night at McCarthy Stadium.
Lauren McDermott (North Penn) and Jackie Roebuck (Marple Newtown) added three points on two goals and one assist apiece. Claire Andrews and Tori Mitros (Garnet Valley) added two goals each and a slew of Explorers added two points apiece on one goal and one assist – including Kelly Furman (Boyertown), Lauren Ignacio, Katie Marasco and Alanna Diffendal. Maggie O’Ferrall and Katie Fonte rounded out the scoring with a goal each.
Lafayette 16, Columbia 9
Addie Godfrey netted a career-high seven goals to help the Leopards overpower visiting Columbia.
In addition to Godfrey’s career-high, junior Ana White set the Patriot League record for draw controls in a career with 226. The record was formerly held by Erin Rawlick of Navy with 218 for her career. Lafayette improves to 4-0 on the season for the first time since 1978, while the Lions fall to 1-1.
In addition to Godfrey’s seven scores, junior Ana White (Strath Haven) notched four goals and two assists, while senior captain Cammie Linville chipped in with two goals and an assist. Classmates Katie Mischler (Mount St. Joseph) and Victoria Maxon, along with junior Laura Kleiber, each netted a goal apiece. Sophomore goalkeeper Mimi Connell (Paoli native) earned the victory for the Leopards making seven saves.
Lehigh 11, Binghamton 10, 2 OT
The Mountain Hawks came back for a thrilling double overtime win. Sophomore Kelsey Yenco scored the game-winning goal with 1:53 left in the second overtime while senior Julie McBrien led the attack with a career-high six goals.
Lehigh improves to 2-1 on the season while the Bearcats fall to 0-2.
Penn State 16, Duquesne 9
Kelly Lechner had three goals and an assist while Ally Heavens (Garnet Valley) scored once for the Lions.
UConn 13, Boston College 8
Freshman goalie Shannon Nee (Manheim Township) had eight saves to lead UConn to the victory.
Johns Hopkins 11, Loyola 8
Sammi Arbitman (Episcopal Academy) had three groundballs and a caused turnover to lead the defense as No. 17 Hopkins took down No. 7 Loyola in the battle for Baltimore.
Hannah Schmitt (Archbishop Carroll) had two goals for the Blue Jays and Katrina Geiger (Haverford High) added five draw controls and a groundball.