Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/21/15
From Press Release
Senior Haylee Molloy scored became just the second player in program history to score 200 career goals as the Arcadia University women’s lacrosse team opened the 2015 season with a 16-7 non-conference victory at Marywood University Saturday. It was the first game of the year for both teams.
Molloy scored four goals and assisted on two others in the win, giving her 202 goals and 252 points for her collegiate career. She is just three points shy of becoming Arcadia’s career scoring leader, and is 27 goals away from becoming the program’s all-time leader in that category. Traci Conrad currently holds both the career goals and scoring marks, totaling 228 goals and 254 points from 1994-97.
Adeline Bellesheim had three goals and three assists and Nicole Hutson (Archbishop Wood) added three goals and an assist while Dawn Faranetta added two goals and three assists for the Knights.
Junior Jordyn Dunacusky totaled nine saves while allowing four goals in 44:31 to record her first win of the season for the Knights, while freshman Liz Stierle (Spring-Ford) allowed three goals with one save in the final 15:29 of the contest.
Haverford College 17, Eastern 7
Haverford College scored the first six goals of the game en route to a victory over the Eagles (0-1) at Olson Field.
Senior Diana Perry got the scoring started just 1:26 into the contest on an assist from senior Dayna Kim. Perry would finish with a game-high five goals. Sophomore Maura Grant got on the board just a minute later to make the score 2-0 Haverford. Perry’s third goal of the contest would make the score 6-0 at the 15:02 mark of the first half. Eastern rallied to get within four with 9:01 to go in the first half, but the Fords ended the first stanza with a four goal outburst to head into halftime with a 10-2 advantage.
Eastern opened up the second half with a goal from Anna Charlebois, but Haverford answered with its 11th goal of the game from sophomore Stephanie Kirsciras about three minutes later. The Eagles got within seven on several occasions, but a three goal push by the Fords pushed their lead to 10 at 17-7 with just about three minutes to go in the game.
Sophomore Sarina Manetta and freshman Molly Lausten scored two goals each for the visitors. Haverford had 11 different players score in the victory. Junior Megan Chenworth (Parkland) picked up the win in net for the Fords. Haverford outshot Eastern 27-18, had more draw controls (17-10) and ground balls (15-8).
Anna Charlebois scored four goals for Eastern in the loss.
Colorado College 18, Cabrini 15
Cabrini opened its 2015 slate with a loss to Colorado College in a game played in Santa Barbara, Calif. Senior Lacie Doubet (Ridley) led the Cavaliers with six goals, while junior Sarah Carzo (Strath Haven) added four. Melissa Scanzano (Haverford High) had three goals, four groundballs, three draw controls and two caused turnovers.