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Thursday’s college roundup: @CabriniMLAX rolls; Wilmington wins, CHC plays No. 10 NYIT tough

Friday, 30th March 2018

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/30/18

Thirteen Cabrini players marked the scoring column, as the Cavaliers rolled to a 24-8 win over Neumann University Thursday at Edith Robb Dixon Field.

The No. 6 Cavaliers improved to 9-1 overall and 2-0 in the Colonial States Athletic Conference with its 110th consecutive conference victory.

Junior Jordan Krug (Cherokee-NJ) paces the Blue and White attack with a season-high eight points and a career best five assists. Sophomore Matt LoParo paired two goals and four helpers, while freshman Griffin Shira netted four goals to go with an assist.

Juniors Timmy Brooks (Haverford School) and Nicholas Waliguski (Berks Catholic) joined Krug with three goals, while sophomore Kevin Leyden joined LoParo with two goals. Freshman Nick Werner (Central Bucks West) scored his first collegiate goal to lead a group of seven Cavaliers with one goal each.

Eric Conlon had five goals for Neumann while Colin Blake (Springfield-Delco) added two goals and an assist.

D2
NYIT 10, Chestnut Hill 6

Casey Brown had two goals and two assists as the Griffins (2-5) gave No. 10 NYIT all it could handle.

Wilmington (DE) 14, Davis & Elkins 10

Wilmington scored 10 first half goals en route to a nonconference victory at Davis & Elkins, wrapping up the team’s Spring Break trip to West Virginia. Dylan McCleaft (Penncrest) led the Wildcats with five goals while Chris Smith led the team with seven points, scoring three goals while adding four assists. Josh Burley (easton) chipped in with four goals and an assist. John Novak and Cory Melvin (Hodgson Vo-Tech-DE) contributed one goal and one assist each as well.

Women’s

Division I
Davidson 14, La Salle 10

The Explorers (4-5, 0-1 A-10) was stopped by the Davidson Wildcats (6-3, 1-0 A-10) in an Atlantic-10 opener.

Mikki Raymond (Abington) had three goals and an assist, Bridget Ruskey (Middle Township-NJ) had three goals and Emily Johnston (Ridley) had two goals and two assists for La Salle.

Massachusetts 23, Saint Joseph’s 13

The Minutewomen used an early five-goal run and a pair of four-goal runs over the first 32 minutes of play and scored five in a row to end the game as the Hawks dropped their Atlantic 10 season opener to UMass on Sweeney Field. With the loss the Hawks fall to 4-5 overall and 0-1 in league play while the Minutewomen improve to 6-3 overall and 1-0 in the A-10.

Saint Joseph’s junior midfielder Rebecca Lane matched a game-high seven points with a hat trick and four assists while rookie attacker Stephanie Kelly and sophomore midfielder Bridget Cerciello (Southern Lehigh) went for three goals and two helpers apiece. Junior midfielder Hayley Sabol (2g, 1a), junior attacker Francesca Donato (Neshaminy, 2g), and freshman attacker Sam McGee (Abington, 1a) rounded out SJU’s point scorers on the afternoon.

Division II

Holy Family 20, Nyack 13

Rose Bachmayer (Archbishop Ryan) had six goals and two assists as Holy Family (1-6, 1-1) picked up its first win of the season after defeating in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) contest at Moseley Field.

Chestnut Hill 21, University of DC 5

Hunter Leckonby had five goals and an assist for CHC (3-3).

Division III
Albright 19, Hood 4

Terae Mason (Academy Park) had seven saves in goals as Albright (6-4) won its MAC Commonwealth opener.

Neumann 15, Rutgers-Camden 2

Neumann picked up its second win in as many days and fifth straight overall with a victory in non-conference action over Rutgers Camden.

Kaitlyn Conrad (Penncrest) kept her torrid scoring pace going in the win, registering six goals and three assists for nine points. Brittany Cassidy (Sun Valley) tallied four goals, while Courtney Petrucelli (Pottsgrove) and Kari Mallon (Souderton) each scored twice. Gabby Curry (Camden Catholic-NJ) was outstanding in goal, allowing only two goals on the day while making 20 saves.

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