Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/19/15
The Cabrini women’s lacrosse team began its quest for a fourth consecutive Colonial States Athletic Conference title Wednesday, with its 18-7 victory at Gwynedd Mercy in the conference opener for both clubs. The Cavaliers’ 23 consecutive CSAC win improved the club to 3-4 overall on the season.
Nine Cavaliers marked the scoring column, led by seniors Sarah Means (Archbishop Ryan) and Lacie Doubet 9Ridley), junior Sarah Carzo (Strath Haven) and sophomore Allie Vallen (Maple Shade, NJ), each of whom scored three goals, with Means, Doubet and Carzo adding an assist. Fellow senior Melissa Scanzano (Hsverford High) entered the Cabrini record book, as her two goals and an assist put her over the 200 career point plateau.
The Blue and White recorded 42 shots in the win, including 33 on goal. Scanzano and Vallen accounted for seven each, one more than Doubet. Scazano added team highs of seven ground balls and four draw controls to her stat line.
Sophomore goaltender Megan Barlow (Academy Park) recorded five saves to earn her third consecutive victory.
Philadelphia Univ 15, Kutztown 11, OT
Midfielder Isabella DiGnazio scored three goals, including the game-winning 1:17 into overtime, as Philadelphia knocked off Kutztown. Elizabeth Seitzinger (Parkland) had four goals and an assist and the game-tying goal.
Ursinus 9, Widener 6
On the wings of three goals by Ursinus’ sophomore midfielder Amy Kohout (Gloucester Catholic), the Bears (1-5) sailed into the win column with a 9-6 win over Widener (1-3) at Patterson Field.
Senior midfielder Kitty Dawson and sophomore attack Emma Ebert (Penn Charter) each had two goals in the win, as the Bears scored 12 Pride turnovers.
Widener was led by three goals from Kelsey Powell (Washington Township), with Kristen Bate having a goal and an assist.
Neumann 20, Cedar Crest 5
Neumann opened Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) action with a convincing win.
Amanda Fedak (Pope John Paul II) led the Knights with three goals and one assist as 14 players found the back of the net. Jordan Hopkins (Sun Valley), Taylor Klever, Diana Caicedo (Haverford High), and Alexa McIntyre (Kingsway Regional) all netted a pair of goals.
Immaculata 17, Notre Dame (MD) 2
Juniors Kelly Lapp (Central Bucks East) and Allison Jakavick (Exeter) both reached career milestones as they scored their 100th career goals to help lead the Mighty Macs (3-3, 1-0 CSAC) to a victory over Notre Dame (1-1, 0-1 CSAC) in their Colonial States Athletic Conference opener at Draper Walsh Stadium, 17-2. They became the sixth and seventh players to accomplish the feat in program history.
Amherst 13, Haverford 3
Lebanon Valley 12, Muhlenberg 8