(This is one of a regular-day series of boys’/men’s and girls’/women’s stories looking back on this date in history) Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/30/20
Phillylacrosse.ciom, Posted 3/31/20
Olivia Salata scored four goals while Gabby Capuzzi and Annie Brophy added three apiece as visiting Archbishop Carroll topped Conestoga, 11-6, Monday in non-league girls’ action.
Melissa DiTomo also scored for the Patriots (2-0), ranked seventh in the Phillylacrosse.com Top 10 Poll. Goalie Megan Corliss posted five saves for Carroll.
Eighth-ranked Conestoga, making its season opener, got a pair of goals from Murphee Greeley and one each from Taylor Mallory, Christina Fiorentino, Kaitlin Hildebrand and Brooke Campbell. Kim Shoup had five saves.
Cardinal O’Hara 6, Lower Merion 4
Amanda Mattera and Megan George scored two goals each and Steph McCoy and Julia Costello had one apiece to help the Lions top the host Aces.
Stephanie Markunas (Ridley), Ann Stouffer and Charlotte Swavola (Cheltenham) each scored hat tricks today as the Temple women’s lacrosse team stunned 17th-ranked Princeton, 14-12, today in non-league women’s lacrosse.
Temple (4-5) had gone 0-11 against Princeton since 1998. The Owls trailed early on in today’s contest, but a string of six goals in the middle of the first half gave Temple a lead it would not relinquish.
Chelsea Rosiek (Wissahickon) also scored twice for the Owls. Princeton fell to 4-5.
Mount St. Joseph and Archbishop Carroll opened play this morning with tough losses to top-ranked teams in the prestigious AmLax Challenge in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Meanwhile, Conestoga toppled Bishop Moore (Fla.), 14-5. The Pioneers also fell to St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (VA) 11-6, later in the day.
The Mount (2-1) fell to Georgia power Milton (8-0), 13-9, despite four goals by Natalie Bohner. The Magic next play undefeated Holy Child (Md.) tomorrow.
Olivia Gannon had two goals and Laura Pacheco and Emily Ehret led the Mount’s midfield with 5 groundballs and 5 draw controls each.
3/31/17 – .@LongstrethLAX girls’ recruit: Great Valley 2017 MF Muscella commits to UMass Amherst
By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/31/16
Great Valley High School 2017 midfield Olivia Muscella has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Olivia Muscella profile:
High School: Great Valley High School
Graduation Year: 2017
College Choice: UMass Amherst
Club Affiliation: Mongoose