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Wednesday’s men’s, women’s college roundup: Arcadia wins 2nd in row

Thursday, 21st March 2013

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 3/20/13

The Arcadia men’s lacrosse team (2-3) won its second straight contest Wednesday night, 15-3 over Rosemont College (1-6).

The Knights scored five second quarter goals to take an 8-2 halftime lead and never looked back. Chris Jacovino scored four goals, while Matt Fox (St. Augustine Prep) had three goals and three assists.

Arcadia outshot Rosemont 64-13 and won 17 of the 22 face-offs. Cory Sonderschafer (Central Bucks South) got the win, playing over 50 minutes and made three saves.

Elizabethtown 18, Immaculata 14

Bhelly Bagbonon (Conestoga) had four goals and an assist, Rocci Piliero (Downingtown East) had four goals and dante Tuscai (West Chester East) had three goals and an assist for Immaculata (1-5).

Albright 23, Stockton 10

Sophomore T.J. Holston had a huge day with nine points (five goals, four assists) for Albright. Classmate Philip Potter added four goals and an assist, while Ryan Turner (three goals, two assists) also had five points on the day.

Division I Philly wrap

Hartford 10, Sacred Heart 7

Andrew Cacchio (Holy Ghost Prep) had two goals, Tate Klidonas (Emmaus) had four groundballs, Chris Duffy (Abington) had three groundballs and one caused turnover and Adam Yee (Penncrest) added three groundballs and was 8-of-18 on face offs.


Division I

Fairfield 9, Lehigh 4

Sophomore Carli Sukonik (Harriton) led Lehigh’s attack with two goals, scoring the first goal of the game as well as the final goal of the half before time expired. Senior Julie McBrien added one in between Sukonik’s bookends and Lehigh finished the first half down by only two goals, 5-3.

Division II

Phila Univ. 21, Chestnut Hill 4

Reigning CACC rookie of the week freshman attack Liz Mower (Souderton Area) paced the Rams’ offense with eight points (five goals, three assists) and three draw controls. Three of Mower’s goals came in the first 18:03 to help Philadelphia got out to a 9-0 lead.

Sophomore attack Elizabeth Marrosu (Flemington, N.J./Immaculata) scored five times, four in the second half, and picked up two ground balls.

Junior attack Emily Ray posted four goals and one assist, while Lauren Hartman (Sewell, N.J./Our Lady of Mercy) and Carli DiCioccio (Bordentown, N.J./Northern Burlington) had three points each. Hartman had two goals and one assist, and DiCioccio recorded one goal and two assists.

Holy Family 14, Wilmington 8

Senior Stephanie McNesby (Archbishop Ryan) scored a game-high five goals as Holy Family defeated Wilmington in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) road contest.

Holy Family improves to 3-3 overall and begins conference play with a 1-0 mark, while Wilmington falls to 0-7 overall and 0-1 in conference play. The win marked the Tigers’ 11th straight victory against conference opponents dating back to last season.

McNesby tallied five goals to lead the Tigers’ offense. She also recorded an assist to finish with six points. In addition, McNesby controlled six draws as Holy Family edged Wilmington, 13-9, in that category. Senior Maria Mattioli (Nazareth) recorded a hat trick as she tied her career-high with three goals.

Division III

Immaculata 17, Centenary 16

The Mighty Macs (4-2, 1-0 CSAC) got off to a great start in conference play with a thrilling victory over Centenary (2-3, 0-1 CSAC) at Draper Walsh Stadium. Freshmen Shannon Neill (4 goals, 5 assists; Cardinal O’Hara) and Kelly Lapp (5 goals, 4 GBs, Central Bucks East) continued the outstanding start to their careers with big offensive days.

The five assists by Neill is a program record for a single game and her nine points is second most all-time in a single game in Immaculata women’s lacrosse history.

Muhlenberg 15, Widener 11
Stephanie Umbach had four goals for the winners; Laura Kalbach had three goals for Widener.

Neumann 18, Notre Dame (MD) 5

Amanda Fedak (Pope John Paul II) and Lexy Wilkinson (Cherokee) scored four goals each, while Alexa McIntyre (Kingsway) added three goals in the Knights’ CSAC win against the Gators.

St. Mary’s (MD) 13, Haverford 12
Albright 15, Wilkes 13


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