Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/26/14
Senior Mackenzie Cyr and junior Maggie McCormick led with three points each as the No. 8 Penn State women’s lacrosse team defeated visiting Duquesne, 11-7, at Holuba Hall Tuesday night.
An Eldersburg, Md., native, McCormick netted her 12th career three-goal game, while Cyr added two markers and an assist. Juniors Tatum Coffey and Jess Loizeaux (Clearview, NJ.) recorded a goal and an assist each, while juniors Kristin Brent and Kelly Lechner and freshmen Abby Smucker and Natalie Schmitt (Archbishop Carroll) all scored.
Senior defender Evan Foulsham paced the squad with a career-high three caused turnovers, while sophomore Ally Heavens (Garnet Valley) collected a personal-best four ground balls. Lizzy Carney (Unionville) led the defense and Lauren Purvis (Hatboro-Horsham, 1 GB, 1 CT) and Cat Layne (Villa Maria Academy) also played key roles off the bench.
Kristen Gregory (Owen J. Roberts) had 11 saves in goal for Duquesne and Lib Lowry (Radnor) had a goal and a GB.
Binghamton 10, Lehigh 9
Leading for much of the game, host Lehigh couldn’t pull away as Binghamton scored the game’s final two goals for a win at the Ulrich Sports Complex. Freshman Allison LaBeau led the attack with three goals and an assist while sophomore Kendall Garden had two goals, two assists, four groundballs and four caused turnovers in a strong all-around effort.
Junior Carli Sukonik (Harriton) scored two goals while freshman Krista Dampman and sophomore Megan Paytas added the others. Freshman Julianne D’Orazio (Merion Mercy) had three groundballs and three caused turnovers while junior Lauren Willcox (Agnes Irwin) caused two turnovers as well.
Haverford College 18, Cabrini 12
Four different Fords (1-0) scored at least three goals in the victory led by freshman Sarina Manetta who tallied four goals in her first collegiate contest. Senior Megan Gallagher, junior Diana Perry and freshman Maura Grant added three goals each. Grant also registered her first collegiate assist in the game.
Sophomore Katie Lasater (Great Valley) led the Cavaliers (1-0) with four goals on the day, while freshman Sasha Wozniak (Spring-Ford) tallied a hat trick in her first collegiate game. Senior Bree Thompson (Interboro) added three points on a goal and two assists.
Arcadia 18, Neumann 11
Freshman midfielder Erin Misner scored a game-high four goals with one assist for Arcadia, while Katie Bauer (Dowingtown West) and Brown tallied three goals each. Jenna Crothers scored two goals while handing out a game-high seven assists, while sophomore attack/midfielder Dawn Faranetta (Randolph, N.J.) and Feffer also found the back of the net twice each.
Sophomore goalie Jordyn Dunacusky (Plymouth Whitemarsh) improved to 2-0 in goal for Arcadia after stopping eight shots on cage.
Sophomore midfielder Jordan Hopkins (Sun Valley) scored three goals with one assist to lead Neumann, while sophomore attack Rebecca Dolenti (Pottsgrove) and senior midfielder Lexy Wilkinson (Cherokee) each added a pair of goals.
Hood 15, Rosemont 2
Freshman Brett Humphreys (Newark, Del. / Sanford) set a Hood record with seven points and scored five goals to tie another school record, helping first-year head coach Brad Barber win his debut in a 15-2 victory at Rosemont.
Dean Grisoff (Eastern, NJ) and Anthony Bottoms scored for Rosemont (0-2).
Providence 10, Boston University 7
Tyler Himes (Hill School) made 13 saves to earn the win and Trup Ortlieb (Episcopal Academy) had a GB.
Adam Schaal (La Salle) had a goal, an assist and two GB, Craig Zebrowski (Salesianum School) had a goal and defenseman Greg Wozniak (Holy Ghost Prep) had three caused turnovers and two GBs for Boston University