Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/3/13
Junior Sarah Lloyd tied the Princeton record for assists in a game with six, as she helped to lead the Princeton women’s lacrosse team to an 18-13 win over visiting Southern California on Sunday at Sherrerd Field at Class of 1952 Stadium.
Lloyd matches the record set just last season by then-freshman Erin McMunn, who had six assists against Temple. Lloyd also had a career-high eight draw controls, three ground balls and two caused turnovers.
McMunn had a big game as well matching her career best of seven points with three goals and four assists. Junior Mary-Kate Sivilli led the Tigers in goals as she tallied a career-high five goals, scoring on all five shots. Freshman Anya Gersoff have a five-point game as well with three goals and two assists. Seniors Charlotte Davis and Jaci Gassaway, and freshman Alexandra Bruno had two goals apiece.
Sam Ellis (Radnor) scored once for the Tigers. Haleigh Dalmass (Moorestown) scored once for USC.
St. Joseph’s 18, Presbyterian 4
Meghan McDevitt (Central Bucks West) had three goals and three assists and Val Paolucci added three goals and two assists whoile Julia Falcone (West Chester East) collected two goals, 2GBs and two CTs to lead the Hawks (3-1.)
Penn State 15, Virginia 14
Mackenzie Cyr had three goals and an assist for the No. 10 Lions (3-1) in the win over No. 6 Virginia.