Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/22/20
(This is one of a regular-day series of boys’/men’s and girls’/women’s stories looking back on this date in history)
3/22/09 – Women’s college wrap: Philly grads lead ODU past St. Joe’s; Penn rolls
Redshirt freshman goalie Sarah Geary (Springfield-Delco) made a brilliant Philadelphia homecoming by making 17 saves as Old Dominion defeated host St. Joseph’s, 14-10, Saturday in women’s lacrosse action.
Kelly Kimener led ODU (4-1) with six goals. Philly grads Ashley Kellogg (Downingtown West), Lisa Bernardini (George School) and defender Erica Erb (Boyertown) had big days for the Lady Monarchs, coach by Sue Stahl (former Temple assistant). Kellogg had three goals and an assist, Bernardni scored once and Erb had two groundballs and a caused turnover.
Tuesday’s girls’ HS roundup: EA opens with 12-6 victory over Delaware state champs; PC, Shipley win
Taylor Trimble scored four goals and added two assists and Lindsey Reder made nine saves in goal as host Episcopal Academy defeated two-time defending Delaware state champion Cape Henlopen, 12-6, today in a girls’ lacrosse opener.
EA, the No. 1 team in the PA Media and Phillylacrosse.com Rankings, is the No. 23 team in the ESPN RISE Powerade national poll. Cape Henlopen entered play as the No. 16 team in the ESPN RISE rankings.
3/22/12 – Philly girls’ high school lacrosse previews: Central League’s Garnet Valley, Radnor, Haverford High
Coach: Kate Henwood, 3rd season
Assistants: Christy Ann Morello, Amanda Kammes, Jamie Westzergrom, Patrice Hughes
Last Year’s Record/Accomplishments: 24-3, State Championship
3/22/13 – Friday’s Philly girls’ HS lacrosse summaries
Upper Dublin 11, Abington 10
Upper Dublin 5 6 11
Abington 4 6 10
Taylor D’Ginto 6g 1a
Julie Cross 3g 3a
Rachel DiFrangia 1g 1a
Shelby Kenny 1g
Anna Trentini 1a
Sarah Gallagher – UD – 11 saves
Meredith Cox 6g
J. Jackuren 3g
M. Raymond 1g
3/22/14 – Girls’ lacrosse: @HarritonLax profits from experience after 2d loss in Florida
VERO BEACH, Fla. – Harriton was able to put a tough two-game stretch into perspective.
The Rams suffered their second straight loss tonight, 16-10, to host Vero Beach, ending a somewhat disappointing Southern trip that also featured an 18-8 loss to No. 1 McDonogh School (MD) on Friday.
But the Rams looked at the games as learning experiences and a springboard to a season of hope as they open defense of their Central League, District 1 and PIAA championships.
Harriton got three goals each from Allison Ladda and Katie Melvin. Sabrina Tabasso and Jane Henderson each scored twice.
“I think for our first few games, we came out really hard and did really well,” said Ladda. “We definitely made some improvements.”
3/22/17 – Philly girls’ HS previews: Inter-Ac League’s Agnes Irwin, Episcopal Academy
League: Inter-Ac League
Coach: Jen Duckenfield (5th season, also coached at Stath Haven, Mount St. Joseph)
Last year’s record: 19-6, Inter-Ac League Champions, PA Private Schools finalist