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 5/14/20
By Willie McGonigle
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/14/08
After giving up late leads in its last two Del-Val League games, Interboro made the clutch plays Wednesday.
The host Bucs got standout goaltending from Melissa Jenkins and four goals each from Kerri Boon and Steph Parcell to claim a critical 10-8 triumph over Harriton in a game that forced a three-way tie for the Del-Val League championship.
The outcome left Interboro, Harriton and Sun Valley atop the league with 6-2 mark. All three teams are hopeful of earning berths in the District 1 tournament, which begins next week.
The Bucs were coming off recent heartbreaking defeats to Harriton, 8-7, and Sun Valley, 15-14. In each case Interboro lost the lead at the end; in fact the Bucs had a 10-4 halftime pad on the Vanguards.
This time, Interboro jumped to a 5-0 lead, but found itself ahead just 9-8 late in the game. Jenkins, though, made numerous saves and finished with 15 in all while the Bucs’ defense forced enough turnovers to stymie the comeback.
“It’s an awesome feeling,” said Boon, who will study nursing and play lacrosse at Gwynedd-Mercy College. “Even through we lost (those two games), we just kept working hard to accomplish our goal.”
By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/14/09
The District 1 tournament continues to heat up today as teams embark on second-round games. This week’s Phillylacrosse.com Girls’ Rankings:
1. Radnor (18-0) – The Red Raiders coasted past Interboro, 25-1, in the first round of districts and Great Valley today in the second round. Last Week: No. 1.
2. Springfield-Delco (17-2) – The Cougars looked strong in their 14-2 opening-game win over Owen J. Roberts and host Merion Mercy today. Last Week: No. 2.
3. North Penn (18-0) – The Maidens cruised past Garnet Valley, 17-3, Tuesday and host Villa Maria today. Last Week: No. 6.
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/14/11
From Press Releases
Erin Oczkowski (Archbishop Wood), Jackie Hoover (Cheltenham) and Claire Grimwood each scored two goals and West Chester’s defense frustrated Lock Haven’s attack all afternoon as the sixth-ranked Golden Rams upset the fourth-ranked and host Eagles, 9-8, in the quarterfinal round of the 2011 NCAA Division II Women’s Lacrosse Tournament at Charlotte E. Smith Field this afternoon.
West Chester (16-4) avenged its loss in the PSAC Championship Game to Lock Haven (16-3) and advances to its ninth national semifinal in the last 11 years with the win. The Lady Eagles saw their season come to an end at the hands of bitter rival West Chester in the NCAA Tournament for the second year in a row.
West Chester will take on third-seeded Limestone (17-1) Saturday, May 21 at 2 p.m. in Garden City, N.Y.
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/14/15
Junior Hannah Keating fired a season-high nine goals on 10 shots to lead Agnes Irwin over Baldwin 20-9, today to clinch the school’s first Inter-Ac League outright title in over 20 years.
With the win, the Owls (20-1, 11-1) claim their first outright title since 1994, after earning a share of the conference title in 2006 and 2014.
“I am so excited for our girls. This has been an amazing season. We have learned so much from each other on this journey,” said Jenny Duckenfield, Agnes Irwin head coach. “The kids earned this and truly, I could not be more proud of them.”
Junior captain Laura Pansini recorded six points on three goals and three assists. Sophomore Lila Barker scored three goals and added an assist and freshman Maria Pansini added two goals and an assist. Keating and classmate Emily Fryer combined for 10 draw controls and junior captain Kate White scooped up four ground balls and caused three turnovers.
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/14/16
Anna Murphy scored her fifth goal in overtime today to lift visiting Archbishop Carroll to a 13-12 win over Agnes Irwin in a non-league game.
The Patriots – who won an overtime game over Academy of Notre Dame on Thursday – closed their regular season at 15-3. They are ranked No. 11 by Phillylacrosse.com. The No. 3 Owls, currently in first place in the Inter-Ac League, fell to 15-4.
Murphy scored on only six shots and also had six draw controls. She also had the game-tying goal.
“All her goals were assisted,” said Carroll coach Lorraine Beers. “It was a really good team effort. We are seeing multiple girls contributing to our wins.”
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/14/17
From Press Releases
Sophomore Madison Carter’s career-high eight points and 12 draw controls helped lead fourth-seeded Penn State past James Madison, 19-14, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament this afternoon from the Penn State Lacrosse Field.
Penn State improves to 16-3 on the year and advance to next weekend’s NCAA Quarterfinals to face No. 5 seed Princeton on Sunday. The game will be played in University Park with a time to be announced later. JMU concludes its 2017 campaign with a 14-7 overall record.
Carter tied her career-high with six goals to lead all scorers while junior Katie O’Donnell (Henderson) added four scores and freshman Maria Auth netted her second career hat trick in the victory. Senior Steph Lazo registered five points on a pair of goals and three assists while sophomore Kayla Brisolari added two goals and two assists for a career-high four points.