This is one of a regular-day series of boys’/men’s and girls’/women’s stories looking back on this date in lacrosse history)
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/21/20
4/21/10 – United Sports Girls’ Underclass Honor Roll: Great Valley’s McBride, Notre Dame’s Bandos, U. Dublin’s Cross
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/21/10
This week’s United Sports Girls’ Underclass Honor Roll honorees:
Sara McBride, Great Valley, Junior
Off the field: She has a GPA of 3.5 and is an Honer Roll Student
On the field: A three-year starter, she has 18 goals and 9 assists for a team off to an 8-0 start.
Kristen Bandos, Academy of Notre Dame, sophomore
Off the field: She has all A’s & B’s in school and serves on the student council at Notre Dame.
4/21/11 – Thursday’s girls’ roundup: Radnor stops EA; NP, WCE, Villa Maria, Haverford High, Shipley win
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/21/11
Annie Woehling made an amazing 20 saves and Radnor scored five straight goals to open the second half and then held off a late challenge by Episcopal Academy to claim a 10-7 non-league victory tonight in a battle of two of the top-rated teams in the state.
The win raised the Red Raiders – ranked No. 2 in PA Media Rankings – record to 8-1. EA, ranked No. 4, fell to 5-2.
The game was tied, 3-3, at halftime when the Raiders raced to an 8-3 lead. EA tallied the next four goals and drew within 8-7 on a goal by Taylor Trimble (two goals) with 8:30 to play.
4/21/12 – Women’s lacrosse: Temple tops St. Joe’s, 19-11, in key A-10 win
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/21/12
From Press Release
Keeping its hopes alive for a berth in next weekend’s Atlantic 10 Tournament, the Temple lacrosse team rolled to a 19-11 win against Saint Joseph’s (5-10, 1-5) at Geasey Field on Friday afternoon. The Owls (9-7, 3-3) celebrated Friends of Jaclyn Week with honored guest and adopted little sister Lily Adkins.
Jaymie Tabor (Downingtown West) led all players with four goals, while Karly Cohen and Stephanie Markunas (Ridley) also notched hat tricks for Temple with three goals apiece. Kelsey Zenuk (St. Mark’s), making her first appearance since an injury suffered early in the season, recorded a goal and three assists.
The Hawks struck first in the game, but it wasn’t long before the Owls took control. Markunas had scored twice by the midway point of the first half as Temple took a 4-2 lead, also getting goals from Jackie Mercer and Stephany Parcell (Temple).
4/21/13 – Women’s D3 roundup: Swarthmore coach Borbee gains 200th career win in key victory
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/21/13
Led by a nine-point performance from senior Annalise Penikis (Strath Haven), the Swarthmore College women’s lacrosse (10-4, 4-3) team picked up a key 13-10 Centennial Confernece victory over the visiting Dickinson College Red Devils (7-7, 3-4 CC).
With the win, head coach Karen Borbee (Penncrest, Univ. of Delaware) collected her 200th career victory, becoming just the second CC coach to reach the milestone.
Penikis, despite being double-teamed nearly the entire contest, put up four goals and five assists against the Red Devils. The Garnet offense was also led by junior Corinne Sommi with three goals and one assist. Freshman Lizze Kolln finished with two goals and senior Nicole Vanchieri tallied one goal and one assist in the victory.
4/21/15 – Pioneers and New Frontiers: @stogagirlslax team sponsors diversity/inclusion initiative
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/21/15
From Press Release
The nationally-ranked Conestoga girls’ lacrosse team recently celebrated a hard-fought victory on the field against a perennial local rival, but a greater and more lasting victory took place off the field and involved young girls from what some might regard as the new frontier.
It was on the Lady Pioneer sidelines that lacrosse players from the Thurgood Marshall Middle School shared the excitement of ‘Stoga’s come-from-behind win over a strong and spirited team from Radnor. Conestoga, now 9-1, is No. 10 in the current STEPS Lacrosse North America Girls’ Rankings.