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May 7, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
A pair of freshmen, Brianna Lancetta of Bishop Eustace Prep and Sarah Kelly of Washington Township High, each scored four goals to lead Holy Family (14-4) to a 15-10 win over Georgian Court (12-7) for the Tigers' first Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference women's lacrosse championship on Sunday afternoon in Lakewood, N.J. Goalkeeper Melissa Jenkins (Interboro) made 12 saves and was named the tourney's most valuable player. Jenkins was joined on the all-tourney team by Lancetta and Kelly, plus teammate Stephanie McNesby (Archbishop Ryan)
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May 3, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
Swarthmore's Karen Borbee was named the Centennial Conference coach of the year in women's lacrosse on Tuesday. Now completing her 19th season, the graduate of Penncrest High and the University of Delaware is a former member of the U.S. national team and is in the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Swarthmore's Annalise Penikis and Caroline Murphy (both from Strath Haven High) were named first team all-conference, as was Ursinus' Alyssa Thren (Upper Perkiomen)
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May 2, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
Holy Family's Stephanie McNesby was named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference player of the year in women's lacrosse on Monday, in a vote by the league's head coaches. The junior from Archbishop Ryan scored 48 goals and helped the Tigers (12-4, 11-1) to their first CACC regular-season title. Wilmington's Jackie Trainer, a graduate of Council Rock and Monmouth University, was voted CACC coach of the year by her peers. Joining McNesby on the first team are Kaitlyn Hall (Wilmington)
NEWS
April 16, 2012 | BY BARBARA LAKER, lakerb@phillynews.com 215-854-5933
MOST BIG moments in Janet Clark's life happened at St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church on a hilly, narrow street in Manayunk. Before Mass Sunday night, Clark recalled life's turning points as she prepared to step inside the 1849 church, a place where she'd been going since shortly after her birth 60 years ago. "My parents were married here. They were buried here. I was baptized here. My children were baptized here," said Clark, her voice quivering. "It's a family here and now it's a family being torn apart," she said.
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March 13, 2012
LAUREN BATTISTA had 20 points and 13 rebounds to lead four players in double figures and give host Bentley a 84-73 victory over Holy Family in a women's NCAA Division II East Regional final yesterday. Bentley advanced to the Division II quarterfinals next Tuesday in San Antonio. Ana Cruz came off the bench to score 17 points and lead Holy Family (26-8). Erin Mann tallied 15, Kelly Brady had 13 points and 10 rebounds and Maggie Serratelli scored 10. Jacqui Brugliera added 19 points for Bentley (30-3)
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March 13, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
The Holy Family women's basketball team lost a heartbreaker to top seed Bentley, 84-73, in the Division II East Regional championship game in Waltham, Mass., Monday night. The sixth-seeded Tigers led by as many as 12 points early in the game only to falter to a determined Falcons squad, which broke through in the second half. The Tigers closed the gap to two points late in the game and then went cold. Bentley (30-3) took a 76-71 lead with two minutes to play and controlled the action the rest of the way. Holy Family, trying to play catch-up, got caught in a cycle of missed shots and forced fouls.
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March 12, 2012 | BY MEL GREENBERG, For the Daily News
Delaware sensation Elena Delle Donne broke free from Drexel's stiffing defense in the second half and lifted the seventh-ranked Blue Hens to a 59-43 victory over the Dragons yesterday afternoon for their first Colonial Athletic Association championship. Held to just eight points in the first 20 minutes, the 6-5 versatile Delle Donne finished with 27, a few decimal points below her NCAA-leading scoring average to earn the most outstanding player award for the tournament at the Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro, Md. The win gave the Blue Hens (30-1)
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March 12, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
There is one thing that the Holy Family women's basketball team has in common with the Cabrini men's basketball team and that is knowing when to go on a winning run. The Division II Tigers (26-7) won their 13th straight game on Saturday with a 71-61 victory over Southern Connecticut State in the East Region semifinals in Waltham, Mass. And the Division III Cavaliers (30-1) extended their winning streak to 21 games with a 78-58 victory over Scranton in the Elite Eight played in Middlebury, Vt. It was Cabrini's first appearance ever in the Elite Eight.
NEWS
March 12, 2012 | By Susan Snyder, Inquirer Staff Writer
Getting to the school in a remote Tanzanian village meant 22 hours of travel, including three plane rides and an exceedingly bumpy, four-hour Jeep trek. But Sister Francesca Onley, the 79-year-old president of Holy Family University, is glad she made the trip. With money from a United Nations organization, Holy Family teamed with a Stanford University professor to give handheld learning computers and phones to teenagers who live in impoverished conditions who had little previous experience with technology.
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March 11, 2012
The Holy Family women's basketball team advanced to Monday's NCAA Division II East Regional championship game with a 71-61 victory over second-seeded Southern Connecticut State, in Waltham, Mass., Saturday night. The Tigers' leading scorer Erin Mann (Villa Maria) led all scorers with 25 points. Teammate Ana Cruz scored 18 in the victory. Sixth-seeded Holy Family (26-7) will face top-seeded Bentley, which beat Franklin-Pierce, 54-52, in the other semifinal, on Monday. The Owls finished the season 25-6.
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