Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/14/13
The Immaculata women’s lacrosse team (3-1) rode a season-high offensive output to a 21-15 victory over Misericordia (0-4), their third straight.
Freshman Shannon Neill (Cardinal O’Hara) netted a team-high six goals and added two assists for eight points, while freshman Kelly Lapp (Central Bucks East) had five goals and one assist for six points. The three-game winning streak is the first for the Mighty Macs since 2010.
Sophomore Danielle Lopez scored four goals and added one assist and junior Caitlin Caruso (Cinnaminson) with two goals was the final multi-goal scorer on the day. Katie Cook (two assists), Aneesa Hill (Cardinal Dougherty, one assist), Amanda Grahn (Bishop Shanahan), and Allison Jakavick (Exeter) each added one goal apiece to finish out the scoring for the Mighty Macs.
Junior Nicole Behrndt (3-1) (Downingtown East) picked up the win in net with twelve saves.
Gwynedd-Mercy 19, Rosemont 6
Gwynedd-Mercy picked up its first conference win in CSAC action.
The Griffins (2-1, 1-0 CSAC) rattled off 36 shots and won 19 of 27 draw controls.
Senior Jenna Gaydosh (Nazareth Academy) paced the GM attack with a game-high five goals. Sophomore Dani Horn (North Penn) added four tallies and three helpers while junior Amy Powell (Plymouth-Whitemarsh) also poured in four goals.
Lauran Bunyard totaled two goals and two assists for the Ravens (0-2, 0-1 CSAC). Gina Ragona and Brittany Fuller also chipped in two scores.
Philadelphia 20, Chestnut Hill 2
The Rams scored the first six goals their Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) match against Chestnut Hill at Plymouth-Whitemarsh.
Freshman attack Liz Mower (Souderton Area) led the Philadelphia (2-2, 1-0 CACC) offense with five points (four goals, one assist). Sophomore attack Elizabeth Marrosu (Flemington) scored four times, while sophomore midfielder Lauren Hartman (Our Lady of Mercy) contributed two goals and two assists.
Junior midfielders Libby Nichols and Carli DiCioccio (Northern Burlington) and junior attack Emily Ray all added a pair of goals. Nichols led the Rams with four draw controls, three ground balls, and three caused turnovers.