May 5, 2010
Lacrosse Leading Scorers Here are the boys' and girls' lacrosse leading scorers through Tuesday: BOYS Ben Schwing, Shawnee. . . 42 Owen Demmerly, Shawnee . . . 40 Phil Bhaya, Haddonfield. . . 37 Mike Jevic, Eastern . . . 35 Mike D'Olio, Eastern . . . 32 Steve Pontrello, St. Augustine . . . 31 Marc Impagliazzi, Ocean City. . . 31 Steve Chapman, Washington Township. . . 31 Gabe Voumard, St. Augustine . . . 30 Sterling Long, Bishop Eustace.
May 11, 1987 |
On a recent cloudy Saturday morning, 42 boys aged 8 to 12 assembled on a lacrosse field behind the Folsom Boys' Club in Ridley Township for a youth lacrosse game against a team from Springfield. The game was to begin at 10, but by 10:45 the Springfield team hadn't shown up, and Matt Flynn, head coach of the Ridley junior lacrosse B team, was calling around to find the Springfield team. Meanwhile, Flynn's team played keep-away, pelting the team's sole goaltender with shots.
May 28, 2010
BERNARDS TOWNSHIP, N.J. - Thursday's NJSIAA state Group 3 girls' lacrosse final between Shawnee and West Morris Mendham at Ridge High was postponed because of lightning and rescheduled for 3 p.m. Friday. The game was supposed to start at 7 p.m., but the lightning began about 6:30. Shawnee (20-1) is ranked No. 1 in South Jersey by The Inquirer after Monday's 7-6 victory in the South Jersey Group 3 final over previously unbeaten Moorestown. The Renegades (20-1) are ranked fourth in the state by laxpower.
October 26, 2007
Temple will host the first Philly 6 invitational women's lacrosse tournament tomorrow at Geasey Field, 15th and Norris Streets. Joining the Owls will be Drexel, La Salle, St. Joseph's and Villanova. Temple will face La Salle in the opener at 8 a.m. The final game, which begins at 2 p.m., will be followed about 30 minutes later by an alumni game. The day will include a clinic to introduce Philadelphia girls to lacrosse. The Schedule 8:00 a.m. Temple vs. La Salle 8:40 a.m. Villanova vs. Drexel 9:20 a.m. La Salle vs. St. Joseph's 10:00 a.m. Drexel vs. Temple 10:40 a.m. St.
May 2, 2013
Her team was down by 17 goals. Her opponent was holding the ball, all but stationary as the second-half clock wound down. Everybody, in fact, seemed to be waiting for the game to end - except Caitlin Delaney. Delaney was in a different game, sprinting back and forth across the field. Jumping. Diving. Doing everything she could to pry the ball loose. When the game ended, Delaney bent over and put her hands on her knees, completely exhausted. It was the Cougars' worst loss of the season.
May 31, 1999 |
Hanna Bissell, a Mount St. Joseph Academy graduate, was a second-team all-Capital Athletic Conference choice this spring as a freshman midfielder for the women's lacrosse team at Catholic University in Washington, D.C. Bissell was second for the Cardinals (6-9) in scoring with 39 goals and 13 assists. Finishing third on the team in scoring was Andrea Lawall, a freshman from Villa Joseph Marie who collected 26 goals and five assists. Brian DiCiurcio, a sophomore infielder from Germantown Academy, started 33 games for Catholic's baseball team and hit .281.
May 27, 2010
Caitlyn Brostrand, Camden Catholic. . . 103 Grace Adelizzi, Middle Township. . . 82 Emily Duffey, Lenape. . . 76 Melissa Arthur, Cherokee. . . 73 Jen Graham, Holy Cross. . . 72 Taylor Beatty, Cherry Hill East. . . 72 Nicole Troost, Shawnee. . . 71 Trisha Brown, Rancocas Valley. . . 69 Liz Godorov, Cherry Hill West. . . 67 Lauren Young, Clearview. . . 67 Mary McAdam, Holy Cross. . . 65 Steph Gardner, Washington Township. . . 65 Aubrey Coleman, Kingsway.
May 2, 2006 |
A Duke University committee recommended last night that the school's lacrosse team resume play next season, but it said the team needed strict monitoring because of a history of problems tied to alcohol. "Although the pattern of misconduct in recent years by the lacrosse team is alarming, the evidence reviewed . . . does not warrant suspension of the sport," a committee of seven faculty members wrote in a report. Duke suspended the highly ranked lacrosse team from play last month following allegations that a black woman was raped and beaten by three white men at a team party where she had been hired to dance.
May 17, 1999 |
Top-ranked Maryland beat second-ranked Virginia yesterday, 16-6, to capture the NCAA Division I women's lacrosse championship, defeating the Cavaliers in the final for the second straight year. The triumph at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore gave the Terrapins (21-0) their fifth straight title and extended their victory streak to 27 games. Jen Adams had four goals and an assist for Maryland, while Kristin Sommar, a graduate of North Penn High, added three goals and three assists.