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Women’s college roundup: Temple falls to Stanford; Neumann rallies past Ursinus

Monday, 11th March 2013

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Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/11/13

After being within two goals of #18 Stanford (4-2) Sunday in the final 10 minutes, visiting Temple fell short and lost for the first time this season by a score of 14-10. Jaymie Tabor (Downingtown West) led the Owls (4-1) with three goals, her second hat trick in as many games. Stephany Parcell (Interboro) recorded four total points with two goals and two assists.

Stanford took a 4-0 lead in the first 10 minutes before Charlotte Swavola (Cheltenham) got Temple on the board in the 12th minute with a free-position goal. After one more Cardinal goal, Avery Longstaff scored on a pass from Rachel Schwaab to begin a 3-0 run that brought the Owls within one, 5-4 with 2:30 left in the first half. Stanford put one more in the net for a two-goal halftime lead of 6-4.

Kellee Pace (Chichester) scored twice in a 4-2 run to start the second half, with her second goal tying the game for the first time at 7-7. Tabor’s first goal a few minutes later tied the score at 8-8 with 22:39 remaining, but the Owls were never able to take the lead.

In an eight-minute span, Stanford scored four unanswered goals for a 12-8 lead. Tabor scored twice in just over a minute, at 10:13 and 9:00, but the Cardinal added two more goals to keep the Owls from getting any closer.

Meghan Clothier had a strong game in goal for Temple with 10 saves. The Owls did well to tie Stanford in draw controls, 13-13, and were edged by just four in shots, 27-23.

Temple will play two more games in California in the coming week. The first is a contest at USC on Wednesday, March 13 at 6:00 p.m. (EST).

Division III
Neumann 10, Ursinus 9

Neumann upended Ursinus for its fourth consecutive win in non-conference action.

Neumann got three goals each from Meghan Garsey and Amanda Fedak (Pope John Paul II) and 10 saves from Chrissy Hughes (Springfield-Delco).

The Knights scored the final seven goals of the game, the game-winner coming from Fedak.

Devin Brakel led Ursinus with three goals.

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