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Sunday’s Philly women’s alumni roundup: Carey sisters, Watson, Spilis, Camp, Growney, Muscella, Delahaye, Doucette key victories

Sunday, 28th February 2021

Categories College, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/28/21

Freshman Julianne Carey (Agnes Irwin) collected two goals, three assists, five draw controls and a groundball as Davidson toppled Campbell, 17-7, today.

Julianne Carey

Senior sister Olivia Carey (Agnes Irwin) added a goal and an assist while Natalie Junior (Radnor, two caused turnovers, one groundball) and Maggie O’Brien (Academy of Notre Dame, one groundball) helped paced the Davidson defense.

Stanford 16, UC Davis 9

Mikaela Watson (Springside Chestnut Hill Academy) collected three goals, five groundballs, two caused turnovers and two draw controls for Stanford,

Rutgers 10, Ohio State 9

Cassidy Spilis (Seneca) scored three goals, Ashley Camp (Haddonfield) had a pair and Mikayla Dever (Academy of Notre Dame) added one to lead Rutgers (3-1).

North Carolina 17, Vanderbilt 6

Scottie Rose Growney (Conestoga) collected four goals and an assist for No. 1 UNC.

UMass 23 Boston University 13

Olivia Muscella (Great Valley) had two goals for UMass.

For BU, Emily Vervlied (Wissahickon) had three goals, two assists and four draw controls and Claire Gola (Academy of Notre Dame) added three goals and two assists.

Towson 18, George Mason 4

Hannah Delahaye (Owen J. Roberts) scored once and Emma Haring (Central Bucks West) had a caused turnover for the winning Tigers.

Northwestern 18, Johns Hopkins 9

Madison Doucette (Unionville) posted 5 saves as the winning goalie and Hannah Gillespie (Academy of Notre Dame) had two groundballs to help Northwestern (3-0) complete a two-game sweep of the Blue Jays.

Colorado 14, Denver 7

Colorado won its first of the year behind the defense of Macaul Mellor (Penn Charter), who had three draw controls and two groundballs; and Kate White (Agnes Irwin), who had a caused turnover.

UConn 19, New Hampshire 3

Ariana Kline (Exeter) had two groundballs, two draw controls and a caused turnover to lead the UConn defense and goalie Annie Carroll (Hill School) had three saves in the second half.


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