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Philly D2-3 women’s roundup: Widener, Albright, Immaculata, PSU-Abington win; DelVal falls in inaugural game

Sunday, 1st March 2015

Categories College, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/1/15
From Press Releases

Widener junior midfielder Caitlyn Mullner (Aston, Pa.) recorded four goals in a 14-9 season opening victory over Eastern on Saturday at Edith R. Dixon Field.

Mullner recorded nine shots on net and one groundball in the victory. The junior recorded her first goal less than five minutes into the game. Shortly after Eastern took a 2-1 advantage, Mullner tied the game up with her second goal of the day with 17:50 left in the first half. She added two more unassisted goals in the second half.

Sophomore attacker Brooke Clasing (Shrewsbury, Pa.) added four goals for Widener. Clasing scored on a man-down situation with 1:28 left to give the Pride a 5-4 half-time edge. Her second goal of the first half was assisted by sophomore midfielder Jamie Parent (Millville, N.J.).

Clasing recorded her third goal of the game with 25:31 left in the game. The goal was assisted by sophomore attacker Jamie Hills (Ridley Park, Pa.).

Hills and freshman midfielder Kelsey Powell (Washington Township, N.J.) each added two goals for the Pride, while Parent and junior Kelley Dreher added one a piece.

Eastern (0-3) scored four straight goals mid-way through the second half to cut into the lead held by the Pride. Two of the goals came from freshman midfielder Julie Haggan.

Senior goalkeeper Megan Dunn (Oxford, Pa.) recorded seven saves on 17 shots for the win.

The Pride outshot the Eagles 33-17 in the non-conference match-up. Widener (1-0) was 11-of-11 on clearances, and recorded 22 shots on net. The Pride will be back in action on Thursday when they take on Lynchburg at 4:00 pm in Lynchburg, Va.

Albright 11, Ursinus 9

Junior Amanda Smith (Boyertown) scored five goals, including the go-ahead goal in the second half, leading Albright to a non-conference victory over host Ursinus.

Taylor DeBernardi and Kitty Dawson each scored two goals for Ursinus.

Immaculata 13, Rutgers-Camden 8

Junior Allison Jakavick (Exeter) had a big day with six points, including five goals, and fellow junior Kelly Lapp (Central Bucks East) added four goals and one assist. Senior Danielle Lopez had two goals, while sophomore Carleigh Dabritz (Paul VI, NJ) had one goal and freshman Rosemarie Reitman (Academy Park) scored the first of her career. For the second consecutive game, sophomore goalie Christine McIntyre (St. Basil) had 13 saves, including a few impressive ones in the second half.

Gwynedd-Mercy 16, Mount Saint Vincent 2

A total of nine different Griffins found the back of the net led by freshman Lauren Mitros (Glenside, Pa./Bishop McDevitt) who totaled four. Junior Brianna Greer (Philadelphia, Pa./Bishop McDevitt) added three scores while senior Sarah Lombardi (Phoenixville, Pa./Phoenixville) and sophomore Haley Williams (Philadelphia, Pa./Little Flower) put in two apiece.

Penn State-Abington 18, Bryn Mawr 13

Katelyn Haas (Lower Moreland) and Michalea Mast (Owen J. Roberts) led Abington in scoring scoring four goals each on the day. Bryn Mawr’s Claire Johnson had seven goals in the game to lead all scorers.
Richard Stockton 18, Delaware Valley 6

In the first women’s lacrosse game in Delaware Valley College history, the Aggies traveled to Richard Stockton University and dropped a non-conference decision.

It was the first game of the season for both squads as the Ospreys were coming off a season that saw them finish 10-5 overall. For the Aggies, it was a special day as they took the field for the first time since the school announced it would sponsor the sport on an intercollegiate level 18 months ago.

It didn’t take long for Delaware Valley to make history as freshman attacker Taylor Teliszewski scored the first goal in program history just 58 seconds into the game. Lydia Spakosky was credited with the first assist and it tied the game at 1-1. Corinne Militana (Avon Grove) had four goals for DelVal.

Division II

Wilmington 14, Delaware State 8
Dowling 11, Philadelphia 6
LIU Post 16, Holy Family 3

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