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Women’s college roundup: Filippelli (A. Carroll), Hager (Conestoga) lead Loyola past Delaware

Tuesday, 9th March 2010

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 3/9/10

Cara Filippelli (Archbishop Carroll) collected two goals, three draw controls and two caused turnovers while Carolina Hager (Conestoga) had two goals, an assist, a draw control and a caused turnover to lead host Loyola to a 15-9 victory over visiting Delaware Tuesday afternoon as
The 17th-ranked Greyhounds were led offensively by Grace Gavin’s four goals and a hat trick by Abby Rehfuss.

Corrine Drost led the Blue Hens (1-3) with four goals and Blair King had two goals while Julianna Jeffers (Springfield-Delco) had a goal and an assist as well as two groundballs and two draw controls.

Lehigh 14, LeMoyne 8

Kelly Draper and Lauren Dykstra each tallied four goals to lead the host Mountain Hawks (4-0) to the win. Kindall Healy and Anna Patterson each had two goals for Lehigh and Allison Thomas (Conestoga) had a goal, an assist and two groundballs.

Georgetown 13, Florida 11

Bunny O’Reilly (Springsaide School) scored once for the Hoyas (2-1) in a tough win at Florida (3-2).

Division III

Haverford College 14, Cabrini 8

Josie Ferri (Pennsbury) collected four goals and two assists and Jen Schmidt scored three times as the Fords (4-0) spoiled the Cavaliers’ opener. Alexa Pesce (two assists), Perrin Downing and Nora Proops each had two goals.

Erin Nollen (Henderson) and Amanda Alexandrowicz (Ridley) each had three goals for Cabrini.

Franklin & Marshall 15, Adrian College 5

The No. 1 Dips (2-0) got four goals and two assists from Meredith Lussier (Radnor) and one goal, three draw controls and three groundballs from Maggie Shields (Baldwin School).

Oneonto St. 16, Scranton 11

Deanna Giorno (Central Bucks South) had two goals and two assists, Kristin Pickell (Wissahickon) added two goals and defender Katie Slade (Central Bucks East) had three groundballs, three draw controls and four caused turnovers for the Royals (1-2) in defeat, Freshman goalie Kate Smart (Archbishop Wood) made eight saves in her first start.

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