Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/28/15
From Press Release
Sophomore Olivia Hompe scored a career-high five goals and added one assist to match her career-best six points as No. 11 Princeton defeated Georgetown, 11-7 on Saturday afternoon.
Senior Erin McMunn had two goals and two assists. With 77 career assists, she needs five assists to become Princeton’s all-time assist leader, a record currently held by Crista Samaras ’99. Senior Erin Slifer had a goal and two helpers, while junior Anya Gersoff added a goal and an assist. Sophomore Ellie DeGarmo made 10 saves as she and the Tigers improve to 3-0.
The Tigers dominated the first half taking a 7-1 lead. After Caroline Tarzian scored the opening goal it was all Orange & Black. Hompe had a first-half hat trick, while McMunn had all four of her points in the first 30 minutes. Freshman Haley Giraldi and sophomore Anna Doherty also scored. DeGarmo made four saves in the first half as Princeton outshot Georgetown 16-9. The Tigers dominated the draws, 7-2, not allowing the Hoyas the ball.
Villanova 11, Bucknell 9
Jackie Froccaro had four goals and an assist and Meghan Breen had two goals and an assist to lead the Wildcats to their first win of the year.
Stony Brook 8, Drexel 4
Emily Kellett (Methacton) scored twice for Drexel (1-3), briefly pulling the Dragons within two goals early in the second half. Ashley Bupp had a pair of assists, while Lacey Aghazarian and Alissa Watts also added goals.
Teresha Bradley (Rancocas Valley) came up with 10 saves, a season high. She has 18 saves while allowing just 16 goals over the last two games, both on the road against ranked teams. Jocelyn Quaile and Eva Winiarski each had three caused turnovers to help aid the defensive effort.
Virginia 16, Penn State 15
The ninth-ranked Lions went toe-to-toe with No. 8 Virginia, but a goal with four seconds left in the game by UVa’s Casey Bocklet handed PSU the loss at home
Junior Madison Cyr scored a game-high five goals for Penn State (3-1, 0-0 Big Ten). Katie O’Donnell’s (Henderson) goal with 2:26 remaining in the game forced a 15-15 deadlock before Bocklet tallied the game-winner.