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Women’s college wrap: Philly grads lead ODU past St. Joe’s; Penn rolls

Sunday, 22nd March 2009

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 3/22/09

    Redshirt freshman goalie Sarah Geary (Springfield-Delco) made a brilliant Philadelphia homecoming by making 17 saves as Old Dominion defeated host St. Joseph’s, 14-10, Saturday in women’s lacrosse action.

      Kelly Kimener led ODU (4-1) with six goals. Philly grads Ashley Kellogg (Downingtown West), Lisa Bernardini (George School) and defender Erica Erb (Boyertown) had big days for the Lady Monarchs, coach by Sue Stahl (former Temple assistant).  Kellogg had three goals and an assist, Bernardni scored once and Erb had two groundballs and a caused turnover.

    Jenna Martino paced St. Joe’s (4-5) with three goals and an assist while Helene Tursi and Grace Dinn each had two goals.

Penn 14, Cornell 2

     Ali DeLuca scored four goals as the No. 3 Quakers improved to 6-0 with the Ivy League win. Emma Spiro and Giulia Giordano added a pair each.

Lehigh 21, American 7

    Sara MacIntyre (Agnes Irwin) had three goals and an assist for the Mountain Hawks (5-3) in their Patriot League win. Amanda Makoid (Archbishop Wood) had  a goal and two assists for American (1-7).

George Mason 21, Iona 6

    Emily Ellisen (Great Valley) had four goals and Megan Udovich (Ridley) had three goals and an assist for GM (3-4).

Louisville 14, Virginia Tech 8

    Bergan Foley (Gwynedd Mercy Academy) poured in six goals and assisted on another for the Cardinals (6-1).

Princeton 8, Virginia 7

    Marie McKenna (Penn Charter) had four groundballs and a caused turnover to lead the No. 9 Tigers (5-1).

Loyola 10, James Madison 9

    Cara Filippelli (Archbishop Carroll) scored three goals to pace the Greyhounds (6-1) past JMU. Jaime Dardine (Marple Newtown) had a pair of goals for JMU (4-3).

Division II

Philadelphia Univ. 17, Wilmington 7

    Michelle O’Hanlon (Springfield-Delco) scored seven goals to lead the Rams (3-3) to victory.

Molloy 24, Holy Family 10

    Jennifer James (Little Flower) led Holy Family (0-5) with four goals.

Chestnut Hill 22, Lees-McRae 17

    Carley Glass poured in nine goals and added three assists while Katie Donovan (Archbishop Carroll) added seven tallies as CHS (4-2) won the scorefest.

Division III


Gwynedd-Mercy College 18, Immaculata 13

    Kerri Boon (Interboro), Shannon Carabba (Springfield-Montco), Colleen Dellostretto (Upper Moreland and Victoria Geppert (Pennridge) each had three goals for the Griffins (4-2), who outscored the Mighty Macs (0-4) 13-5 in the second half. Claiure Lichty had five goals and Rebecca Whiteman (Great valley) four for Immaculata.

Cabrini 20, Credar Crest 3

    Danielle Rothermel (St. Hubert) scored four goals, and Amanda Alexandrowicz (Ridley) and Erin Nollen (Henderson) added three apiece for the Cavaliers (2-2).

Muhlenberg 11, Haverford College 7

    Josie Ferri (Pennsbury) had three goals and two assists for the Fords (6-1), who dropped their first game in their Centennial conference opener.

Gettysburg 18, Swarthmore 6

    Ama Vachal had two goals for the Garnet (5-1), who lost their first game in their Centennial Conference opener.

Elizabethtown 23, Widener 4

    Kelsea Kozak (Sun Valley) had three goals and two assists to lead E-town (5-2) to the Middle Atlantic Conference win over the Pride (3-4).

Medaille 9, Penn State Abington 8 

   Jenna Pugh (Council Rock South) scored four goals and Jenna McCormick (St. Hubert) added three tallies for PSU-Abington (0-4). 

Franklin & Marshall 20, Bryn Mawr 1

    Meredith Lussier (Radnor) had three goals and Shannon Summers (Hill School) had a goal and seven assists to power No. 3 F&M (5-0) past Bryn Mawr (2-4).

Eastern 16, Montclair State 15

    Katie Choquette scored her second goal of the game with only eight seconds to play to lift Eastern Women’s Lacrosse to a 16-15 win at Montclair State. Jessie Basch and Grace Griffith each tallied five times as the Eagles leveled their record at 2-2 on the year.

McDaniel 15, Ursinus 8

    Alyssa Thren (Upper Perkiomen) and Kristen Wampole (Souderton) each had two goals for the losing Bears (1-4).


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