Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/21/10
Giulia Gordano, Bridget Waclawik and Ali DeLuca scored two goals each as visiting Penn rallied past Yale, 7-5, Saturday in Ivy League play.
Erin Brennan added a goal and two assists for the Quajkers (6-1, 2-0), who outscored the Bulldogs 6-3 in the second half..
Le Moyne 11, La Salle 10 (OT)
Stefany McKee scored four goals while Lauren McDermott (North Penn) and Jill Davis (Ridley) added two each for the visiting Explorers (4-4) in defeat.
Old Dominion 14, Saint Joseph’s 9
Ashley Kellogg (Downingtown West) collected five goals and two assists, Lisa Bernardini (George School) had a goal and four assists, Rebecca Hartrum (Springfield-Delco) scored once and Sarah Geary (Springfield-Delco) made 11 saves for ODU (1-2).
Julie Mineweaser (North Penn) had two goals and an assist for the visiting Hawks (2-7).
Other scores of note:
American 15, Bucknell 13
Albany 14, Massachusetts 7
Colgate 14, Holy Cross 13
Columbia 15, Stony Brook 13
Florida 15, New Hampshire 3
Harvard 10, Cornell 4
Longwood 14, Davidson 11
Loyola 12, James Madison 8
Maryland 7, Boston College 6
North Carolina 13, Georgetown 6
Notre Dame 7, Boston University 6 (2 OT)
Ohio State 19, George Washington 11
Rutgers 11, Denver 8
Towson 23, Richmond 12
Vermont 14, Marist 7
Virginia 14, Princeton 7
William & Mary 24, Virginia Tech 16
Holy Family 22, Post 4
Gina Mansi recorded a program record nine points (four goals, five assists) as the visiting Tigers came away with its first ever win, over Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference opponent Post.
Holy Family (1-2, 1-0 CACC) also set records for most goals in a game, most goals in a half (16), ground balls (39), points (33), assists (11), fewest goals allowed (four) and fewest goals allowed in a half (one). Mansi’s five assists is also a program record.
The Tigers got a five-point effort (three goals, two assists) from attack Jenn James (Little Flower). Stephanie McNesby (Archbishop Ryan) tallied four goals, while Katherine Podlinkski and Samantha Cornely both had three goals and one assist. Podlinski picked up a program record eight ground balls.
Lauren Greco (Council Rock South) contributed two goals and one assist while Jamie-Lynn Wallace (Nazareth Academy) had one goal and one assist. Danielle Shurdich (Archbishop Ryan) and Kelly McLaughlin (St. Hubert’s) scored a goal each. And goalkeeper Melissa Jenkins (Interboro) stopped nine shots.
East Stroudsburg 17, Philadelphia Univ. 6
Caribeth Shappell led Philadelphia (1-3) with three goals.
Georgian Court 14, Chestnut Hill 5
Maryanne Glass led the Griffins (1-2, 0-1) with three goals in the CACC loss.
Bloomsburg 15, Molloy 7
Kutztown 27, Erskine 1
Ursinus 14, Cabrini 12
Emily Diehl scored four goals while Lindsay Urban (Central Bucks East) and Emily Hummel each had three to lead the Bears (4-1) past the Cavaliers (2-3).
Erin Nollen (Henderson) paced Cabrini with five goals and Amanda Alexandrowicz (Ridley) had three goals and four assists.
Widener 12, Lycoming 11
Rachel Porter and Calina Walz each scored two of their three goals in the second half, when Widener (3-2, 1-0) stormed back for a thrilling Middle Atlantic Conference victory at Lycoming.
Trailing 8-4 at halftime, the Pride outscored the Warriors 8-3 in the second half to snap their three-game skid against the home team. Widener goalie Linda Salcedo (Archbishop Prendergast) made 13 saves and Jen Hernden added a goal and four assists.
Haverford 19, Rutgers-Camden 1
Jen Schmidt had three goals and 13 of 14 field players scored for the 7-0 Fords.
Neumann 18, Rosemont 0
Colleen Finnegan scored three goals as 12 different Knights (2-5, 0-1) scored in a CSAC triumph over Rosemont (0-2, 0-1).
Eastern 15, Alvernia 7
Grace Griffith tallied six goals for the Eagles (2-3, 2-0) in the MAC victory. Alyssa Verrillo (Archbishop Wood) had three goals and an assist for Alvernia (2-2, 0-2).
Gwynedd-Mercy 19, Immaculata 10
Colleen Dellostretto (Upper Moreland) notched a game-high six goals and Kerri Boon (Interboro) added four scores and two assists for the Griffins (2-2, 1-0) in their CSAC win. Kacie O’Neill (Sun Valley) led the Mighty Macs (1-5, 0-1) with four goals.
Washington College 17, Swarthmore 4
Annelise Mowry notched two goals for the Garnet (3-1, 0-1) as they dropped their Centennial Conference opener.
Salisbury 16, Franklin & Marshall 11
Goalie Julie Ann Caulfield (Upper Darby) made seven saves as No. 2-ranked Salisbury (9-0) defeated No. 1 Franklin & Marshall. The game was a rematch of the 2009 National Championship, which the Sea Gulls lost in heartbreaking fashion 11-10 in overtime.
Maggie Mae Shields (Baldwin School) led F&M (4-1) with three goals.
Gettysburg 18, Muhlenberg 9
Lebanon Valley 18, King’s 14