Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/5/21
Georgetown’s Annbelle Albert (Lawrenceville School) had three goals and an assist to lift the Hoyas past Delaware, 14-8, Friday afternoon inside Delaware Stadium.
The Blue Hens fell to 1-3 on the season, while the Hoyas improved to 1-1.
Juniors Kendra Schweizer (St. Mark’s-DE), Danika Swech (Owen J. Roberts) and Meghan Johnson scored two goals apiece for Delaware, while sophomore Eleanor Farris netted her first collegiate goal. Senior Kate Bradford registered two points with a goal and an assist, and senior Hannah Wentzel (Boyertown) dished the first two assists of her career.
Senior goalkeeper Kate Brewster made seven saves in the cage for the Blue Hens.
The Blue Hens took an early 2-1 lead through Schweizer, who buried a free position goal just over seven minutes into the first half. Georgetown scored two goals within 30 seconds to go up 3-2, but three straight Delaware goals gave the lead right back to the Blue Hens.
Bradford spun off a defender and deposited her fourth goal of the season to tie the game back up at 3-3. Farris’s first career goal came from a free position shot to give the Blue Hens the lead, which Swech doubled moments later as she dodged her way to the goal.
Marquette 15, Central Michigan 4
Caroline Steller (Merion Mercy) had two goals and an assist as well as two groundballs and a caused turnover for Marquette.
Michigan 12, Rutgers 11, OT
Michigan (1-3) won its first game as defender Maddie Burns (Germantown Academy) had a caused turnover and Erin Garvey (Unionville) had a groundball.
For Rutgers, Ashley Camp (Haddonfield) scored four goals, a caused turnover and a draw control and Cassidy Spilis (Seneca) had two goals, five groundballs, four draw controls and three caused turnovers. Mikayla Dever (Academy of Notre Dame) had an assist and a groundball.
Coastal Carolina 18, Wofford 5
Monica Manley (Bishop Shanahan) had two goals, an assist and a groundball, Bailey O’Brien (Springfield-Delco) had a goal and two assists, Megan Bozzi (Mainland Regional-NJ) had a goal and a groundball and Hannah Close (Unionville) had two groundballs and a caused turnover.
Wofford’s Hannah Wurzel (Downingtown East) had two draw controls and a caused turnover.
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