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Women’s D3/D2 roundup: Neumann, Swarthmore, Chestnut Hill claims victories

Sunday, 3rd March 2019

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 3/3/19

The Neumann University women’s lacrosse team closed out its 2019 Spring Break trip in Florida with a hard-fought 19-17 win over fellow Philly school Eastern University on Saturday afternoon in Orlando.

Kaitlyn Conrad (Penncrest) was outstanding for the Knights on the afternoon, firing home eight goals and adding two assists for a ten point day. Courtney Petrucelli (Pottsgrove) had six points in the game (4 g, 2 a), while Brittany Cassidy (2 g, 2 a, Sun Valley) and Reilly Fiedler (4 g, Great Valley) each recorded four points. Catriona Corrigan (Bonner Prendergast) was strong in goal, stopping 12 shots to pick up her second win of the season.

Fiedler scored the game-winner, breaking a 17-17 tie.

Meghan Kosmides had six goals and three assists for Eastern (0-1), while Sabrina Campbell had five goals.

Swarthmore 14, Widener 5

The Garnet improved to 3-0 for the third consecutive season with a drubbing of the Pride.

Swarthmore senior midfielder Tess Wild (Archbishop Wood) scored a game-high five goals on seven shots and went a perfect 3-for-3 on free-position attempts. Wild led the Garnet with five draw controls.

Sophie Peipher (Tower Hill-DE), who picked up four draw controls, registered a hat trick as well.

Elizabeth Wainwright (St. Andrew’s-DE) and Kathryn Restrepo (Strath Haven) each recorded two goals. Julia Ostrowski and Mackenzie Frost rounded out Swarthmore’s scoring with a goal a piece.

Kelly Lynch (Springfield-Delco) had a goal and two assists for Widener (1-1).

F&M 16, Messiah 6

Ally Marino (Episcopal Academy) had four goals and Maddie Hughes (Ursuline Academy, DE) added three goals to pace the Diplomats (2-1).

Chestnut Hill 12, Millersville 11

A pair of clutch plays by senior goalkeeper Valeria Amaya and senior midfielder Julia Reinert (Upper Merion) in the final minutes that secured the Griffins a win. Reinert led the Scarlet and Gold to victory with five goals, while Amaya (1-1) made a sterling 16 saves.

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