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Philly women’s D1 college roundup: Freedman, Schmitt, Hurwitz, Finley lead teams to victories

Sunday, 16th February 2014

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 2/15/14

Kelyn Freedman (Radnor) had two goals and two assists along with six draw controls to help host Georgetown topple Delaware, 19-11, Saturday in non-conference lacrosse.

Kara Dattellas led the Blue Hens with a career-best five goals in their opener. Shannon Hawley also registered a career day as the midfielder claimed three goals.

Delaware also saw a hat trick from senior Chelsea Fay (Villa Maria Academy), who tallied three goals for her 13th career hat trick in addition to one groundball and one caused turnover. Caitlin McCartney (Archbishop Wood) had two DC, two GB, a CT and an assist and Alison Karwoski (Great Valley) had two DCs, an assist, a CT and a GB. Coley Ricci (Garnet Valley), each had an assist for the Hens.

Courtney Caputo (Springside School) added a goal for Georgetown while Natalie Miller (Radnor) had an assist, a GB and a DC.

Loyola 16, Virginia 12

Hannah Schmitt (Archbishop Carroll) drilled six goals and Maddy Lesher (Archbishop Carroll) stood out on defense for Loyola – which has lost Katrina Geiger (Haverford High, Co-Player of the Year in 2012) for the season with a torn ACL.

New Hampshire 9, Hofstra 5

Taylor Hurwitz (Council Rock South) posted eight saves, Brooke McGillis (Conestoga) had a goal, a GB, a DC and a CT and Jamie DePetris (Archbishop Carroll) had four GB and two CT for New Hampshire in the win.

Emily Corzel (Merion Mercy) had two CT, a GB and a DC for Hofstra.

Boston College 15, Notre Dame 10

Kara Magley (Council Rock North) won three DC to lead BC. Stephanie Toy (Moorestown) had a goal and two GB for the Irish.

James Madison 14, Virginia Tech 11

Stephanie Finley (Sacred Heart) had three goals and three assists to spark JMU.

North Carolina 18, Boston University 8

Molly Hendrick (Manheim Township) had two goals, one assists two DC and two CT and one GB and defender Margaret Corzel (Merion Mercy) had a GB for the No. 1 Tar Heels.


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