Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/21/14
Second-seeded Episcopal Academy has forfeited its semifinal game in the Pennsylvania Independent School Athletic Association girls’ lacrosse tournament after being ruled to have used an ineligible player in Tuesday’s win over Baldwin School.
The announcement was made today by PAISAA officials after it was determined that an eighth-grader was used in EA’s 20-8 victory over Baldwin.
Baldwin School, the seventh seed, now advances to play today at sixth-seeded Friends’ Central, which defeated third-seeded Germantown Academy, 12-11, in overtime on Tuesday. Top-seeded Agnes Irwin hosts fourth-seeded Germantown Friends in the other semifinal today. Games are schedule to begin at 4 p.m.
Article VIII – Student Eligibility for Participation
Those eligible to participate in PAISAA sponsored tournament play will include all students in grades 9 through 12 who are fully enrolled, engaged academically on campus, and who do not turn 19 prior to July 1st. This includes international exchange students as well as students from recognized programs such as the English Speaking Union (ESU). Students whose schools are members of the PIAA are not eligible for PAISAA sponsored events.
PAISAA State Tournament
Academy of Notre Dame (8th seed) 17, Shipley School 7
Baldwin School (7) 17, Hill School (10) 7
Quarterfinals, May 19/20
Germantown Friends (4) 14, Springside Chestnut Hill Academy (5) 9
Agnes Irwin 24, Notre Dame 9
Friends’ Central 12, Germantown Academy 11 (OT)
Baldwin School wins by forf. over Episcopal Academy
Semifinals, May 21
Germantown Friends at Agnes Irwin, 4 p.m.
Baldwin School at Friends’ Central, 4 p.m.
Finals, Friday, May 23