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Women’s roundup: Penn dumps Johns Hopkins; Widener edges Eastern, 13-12

Thursday, 25th March 2010

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 3/25/10

Maddie Poplawski (Springfield-Delco), Erin Brennan, Giulia Giordano, Ali DeLuca and Bridget Waclawic scored two goals each as host Penn toppled Johns Hopkins, 11-7, Wednesday in non-league women’s lacrosse.

Emily Szelest made 11 saves for No. 5 Penn (7-1).

James Madison 10, Virginia 9

Mary Kate Lomady (Abington) scored twice as visiting JMU (7-1) stunned No. 5 Virginia (6-3).

Dartmouth 17, Syracuse 10

Jackie DePetris (Archbishop Carroll) scored for the Orange (4-3) in an upset loss.

Loyola 18, Stony Brook 7

Cara Filippelli (Archbishop Carroll) had two goals and an assist and Caroline Hager (Conestoga) had a goal and an assist to pace the Greyhounds (7-3) to the win.

Old Dominion 16, Longwood 15

Lisa Bernardini (George School) collected five goals and three assists and Ashley Kellogg (Downingtown West) had four goals and one assist to pace ODU (2-2) to victory.

William & Mary 10, California 8

Kyrstin Mackrides (Villa Maria Academy) scored once and Emily Geary (Radnor) made seven saves to lift W&M (5-3).

Connecticut 11, Holy Cross 10

Lauren Sparks (West Chester East) notched three goals and an assist for UConn (7-2).

George Mason 13, American 9

Megan Udovich (Ridley) scored two goals and Emily Ellisen (Great Valley) added one for GM (3-4).

Lisa Schaaf (Perkiomen Valley) led American (3-7) with three goals and an assist.

Yale 11, Boston University 9

Kaitlyn Flatley (Conestoga) scored twice for Yale (4-4).

Northwestern 17, Ohio State 10

Colleen Magarity (Germantown Academy) had one draw control, one groundball and one caused turnovers for the No. 1 Wildcats (7-0). Kelly Haggerty (Unionville) had a goal an assist for Ohio State (5-3).

Penn State 19, Lafayette 5

Mary Dean (Cheltenham) notched four goals and three assists, while Jackie Eastman (Springfield-Delco) and Aly Adams (Springfield-Delco) each scored once for the Nittany Lions (5-3).

Princeton 15, Columbia 5

Jenna Washabaugh (Germantown Academy) had two goals, two draw controls and two turnovers for Princeton (3-4).

Vanderbilt 10, Notre Dame 9

Maggie Tamasitis (Boyerown) had three assists in the Irish (4-2) loss.

Division III

Widener 13, Eastern 12

Rachel Porter scored two of her team’s last four goals, including the decider with 3:20 left as Widener (4-2, 2-0) erased a three-goal deficit for an enthralling Middle Atlantic Conference win over Eastern.

Down 12-9 with just under 12 minutes left, Widener began its comeback. Senior Jackie Elliott (Upper Darby) scored the last of her game-high six goals on a free-position shot to make it a two-goal contest. Grace Griffith led Eastern (2-4, 2-1) with five goals.

Cabrini 17, Notre Dame (MD) 8

Amanda Alexandrowicz (Ridley) led the Cavaliers’ offense with five points on three goals and two assists in the CSAC win. Alexandrowicz passed the 200-point plateau for her career in Cabrini’s 10-8 loss at Rowan University Tuesday.

Jamie O’Hanlon (Springfield-Delco) and freshman attack Christina Pasquariello (Harriton) each totaled three points. O’Hanlon scored two goals and handed out one assist, while Pasquariello recorded three scores for Cabrini (3-4, 2-0).

Scranton 15, Neumann 4

Katie Slade (Central Bucks East) led the winning Royals (3-4) with three goals. Colleen Finnegan had two goals for Neumann (2-6).

Lebanon Valley 9, Arcadia 8

Stephanie Holguin and Meghan Fallon each had three goals for Arcadia (0-4).

Centenary 24, Rosemont 1

Muhlenberg 20, Moravian 5

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