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Philly women’s alumni roundup: Knobloch, Lucchesi, Frantz, Matey lead JMU in rout of George Mason

Wednesday, 3rd March 2021

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Posted 3/3/21
From Press Release

Behind an explosive offense and dominance in every category, #12 James Madison cruised to a 19-2 victory against George Mason for its 500th all-time win on Wednesday afternoon at Sentara Park.

JMU’s Kacey Knobloch

The Dukes – led by Philly grads – improved to 2-0 while the Patriots fell to 0-3. JMU also moved to 19-5 in the series, having won five in a row versus Mason. The 17-goal differential was also the largest win for JMU against the Patriots.

JMU became the fifth team in NCAA Division I history to record 500 wins as a program, as it joined Maryland, Penn State, Virginia and Loyola as the only teams to achieve the feat.

The Dukes opened the game scoring 10 straight goals and led 11-1 at the half. They added six more to open the second half and tallied the last two for the final margin. JMU had 12 total goal scorers and six with two or more, led by Kacey Knobloch (Moorestown), who registered a game-high three goals with an assist.

Daria Lucchesi (Methacton) and Ava Frantz (Moorestown) had two goals apiece. Rachel Matey (Archbishop Carroll) added a goal and a draw control.

Old Dominion 17, Delaware State 4

Lilly Siskind (Henderson) collected four goals, five groundballs, three caused turnovers, a draw control and an assist to help ODU. Danielle Dundas (Central Bucks West) added an assist.

Florida 20, Kennesaw State 7

Defender Becky Browndorf (Upper Dublin) had three groundballs and a caused turnover for the winnign Gators (2-1). Kylee Hubiak (Exeter) added a groundball.

Vanderbilt 15, Mercer 10

Gabby Fornia (Lenape) had a goal and five assists for Vandy (3-2).

Maddi Koury (Owen J. Roberts) had three assists and a groundball for Mercer.

Davidson 15, High Point 14

Julianne Carey (Agnes Irwin) had a goal and an assist and Olivia Carey (Agnes Irwin) added an assist.

Richmond 19, Longwood 3

Kat Kelley (Perkiomen Valley) scored once and Maggie O’Brien (Academy of Notre Dame) had two draw controls and one groundball.


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