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Rounding up Philly grads in Saturday’s D1 women’s action: Loyola’s Schmitt & Gallagher, Notre Dame’s Tamasitis enjoy big days

Sunday, 11th March 2012

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 3/11/12

Freshman Hannah Schmitt (Archbishop Carroll) scored four goals and picked two draw controls and senior defender Kellye Gallagher (Ridley) contributed a whopping seven groundballs and three caused turnovers to help host Loyola (ranked No. 17) topple UMBC, 12-11, Saturday in a non-league women’s game between Baltimore rivals.

Devan Hibbs (Downingtown West) had two groundballs and a caused turnover to lead the UMBC defense.

Notre Dame 14, Boston Univ. 11

With the backing of a career day by Maggie Tamasitis (Boyertown), seventh-ranked Notre Dame improved to 4-0.

Tamasitis led the way for the Irish, finishing with five goals and four assists for a nine-point performance. With her four assists, Tamasitis broke Gina Scioscia’s program record for career assists, as the senior attacker now has 107 during her time at Notre Dame.

Duke 14, Georgetown 7

Amanda Jones (Germantown Academy) scored three goals, Kim Wenger (Great Valley) had six draw controls, two goals and two assists, Taylor Trimble (Episcopal Academy) had a goal and an assist while Emma Hamm (Baldwin school) had five draw controls, three groundballs and two caused turnovers for Duke (7-2).

Kelyn Freedman (Radnor) had a goal, two groundballs and two draw controls and Kelly Barnes (Radnor) had three groundballs and two caused turnovers for the Hoyas.

Syracuse 10, Maryland 9

Michelle Tumolo (Clearview Regional, NJ) had three goals and two assists, Amy Cross (Upper Dublin) scored once and Kasey Mock (Pottstown) had a groundballs and a draw control as no. 6 Syracuse toppled No. 3 Maryland on the road in College Park.

North Carolina 15, Virginia 8

Emily Garrity (Strath Haven) scored once while Kelly Devlin (Downingtown East) and Beth Ellis (Radnor) led the defense for UNC in the ACC win.

Sloan Warren (Baldwin School) had a goal and an assist for Virginia.

Navy 21, Bucknell 11

Beth Young (Villa Maria Academy) and Aimee Gennaro (Archbishop Carroll) each scored three goals and Kethy Young (Villa Maria Academy) had two goals and two assists to lead the Mids 97-1) in their Patriot League opener.

Madison Hurwitz (Council Rock South) had three goals for Bucknell.

Holy Cross 12, American 8

Emily Maher (Pennridge) scored two goals and Bernadette Maher (Council Rock North) had a goal and an assist for American.

Oregon 10, Old Dominion 9

Rebecca Hartrum (Springfied-Delco) and Emily Austerberry (Boyertown) each scored twice and Lisa Bernardini (George School) added one for ODU in defeat.

Louisville 20, Presbyterian 3

Emily Kolsevich (Owen J. Roberts) had two goals and an assist for Louisville.

Richmond 13, James Madison 12

Victoria Roebuck (Springside School) had six saves in goal to earn the win for Richmond.

Rutgers 15, Hofstra 7

Maryann Miller (Ridley) had three goals and an assist for the Pride in defeat.

Albany 12, George Mason 5

Emily Ellisen (Great Valley) had two goals for George Mason.

High Point 18, Robert Morris 9

Courtney Sicinski (Downingtown West) had a goal and an assist for RM.


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