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Rounding up Philly D1 women’s standouts: Daley, Finley, Cross, Trimble, Duckenfield, Stover, Bianco

Sunday, 15th February 2015

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 2/15/15

Stephanie Finley (Sacred Heart Academy) had three goals, an assist, two groundballs and a caused turnover as host James Madison toppled Connecticut, 15-11, today in non-conference Division I play.

Haley Warden (Garnet Valley) added three caused turnovers and a groundball while Emily Pillion (Conestoga) and Elena Romesburg (Central Bucks West) each had a groundball and a caused turnover for JMU (2-1).

Louisville 17, Cincinnati 8

Cortnee Daley (Hatboro-Horsham) had five goals and an assist and Emily Kolsebich (Owen J. Roberts) added a groundball and a caused turnover as the Cards opened with a big victory.

Abby Lord (Conestoga) had an assist, a groundball and a caused turnover for Cincy.

Syracuse 19, Canisius 7

Kelly Cross (Upper Dublin)
had two goals and four draw controls for the Orange. Melina Avery (Harriton) made one save in goal as the backup in the cage.

Duke 10, Navy 3

Taylor Trimble (Episcopal Academy) collected a goal, an assist, two draw controls, a caused turnover and a groundball for Duke. Lindsay Rheiner (Council Rock North) had a goal, three groundballs, a draw control and a caused turnover for the Mids.

Vanderbilt 20, Liberty 10

Defender Alex Duckenfield (Strath Haven) had four caused turnovers and two groundballs while fellow defender Maggie Forker (Radnor) added two groundballs and a caused turnover for Vandy.

Notre Dame 17, Detroit 5

Stephanie Toy (Moorestown)
scored once and defender Leah Gallagher (Radnor) had a groundball for the Irish.

Boston College 9, Johns Hopkins 5

Laura Frankenfield (Wissahickon)
scored once for BC and Hailey Schweizer (St. Mark’s) had a goal and two draw controls for the Blue Jays.

Coastal Carolina 15, Stetson 4

Goalie Jenna Stover (North Penn) made seven saves to earn the win.

Vermont 12, Colgate 11

Defender Jenna Frost (Strath Haven) had a groundball and a caused turnover for Colgate.

Northwestern 6, Virginia 5

Bridget Bianco (Moorestown) posted nine saves to lead the No. 5 Wildcats past the No. 7 Cavaliers.


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