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May 13, 2014 | By Pat Donohue, For The Inquirer
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The season came to an end for Penn on Sunday in a 13-5 loss to No. 1 Maryland in the second round of the NCAA women's lacrosse tournament at Maryland's field hockey and lacrosse complex. Penn struck first on a goal by senior midfielder Lindsey Smith, a former Unionville High star, less than five minutes into the game, but Maryland's relentless attack proved to be too much. Taylor Cummings, Beth Glaros, and Kelly McPartland scored hat tricks for the Terrapins (20-1)
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May 11, 2014 | By Chris Melchiorre, For The Inquirer
The first term that came to mind when summing up Peyton Sventy isn't exactly scientific, but it's telling of what makes for a consistent lacrosse program. "Peyton is just one of those lax-for-lifers," Rancocas Valley girls' coach Sara Shelley said. "She loves playing, she's eager to play in college, and she works hard every day. " In other words, Sventy is something of a model for the type of player Shelley has seen more of over the last few seasons, as her program has reached new levels of success and consistency.
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May 10, 2014 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Shortly after the members of the Penn women's lacrosse team walked off the field following a sound beating (12-6) by Virginia in the first round of last year's NCAA tournament, coach Karin Corbett delivered the same message to her despondent players that she had given them all season. "We were sloppy all season long, and it finally caught up to us against a very good ACC team," Corbett said. "We were young last season, and every time we talked about cleaning up our game, the girls were kind of like, 'Yeah, whatever.' "Looking back," the Quakers coach continued, "that might have been the best thing that could have happened to us. All season long I didn't have to spend too much time on that.
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May 10, 2014 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
If there were any doubts about whom the Penn men's lacrosse team turns to in a pinch, those questions were answered in the Ivy League tournament. The Quakers (11-3), who will host Drexel (12-4) on Sunday at Franklin Field in the first round of the NCAA tournament, needed a prime-time performance out of all-Ivy League midfielder Zack Losco and got just that. With Penn trailing Cornell by 10-7 after three quarters, Losco, a two-time first-team all-Ivy selection, scored four goals in the fourth quarter as the Quakers gained an 11-10 semifinal victory.
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May 10, 2014 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
No lower-seeded team in the 2014 NCAA men's lacrosse tournament will travel a shorter distance to its first-round game than Drexel (12-4), which will face host Penn (11-3) Sunday at Franklin Field in the Dragons' first NCAA appearance. But while Sunday's trip will be short - no more than four blocks - the trip into the tournament was anything but easy. The Dragons earned the tourney berth last weekend with a pair of grueling victories en route to winning the Colonial Athletic Association tournament title, also a first, in Hempstead, N.Y. In the final, an 11-10 victory over Hofstra, freshman Cole Shafer ended the game with a goal 43 seconds into the third overtime.
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May 9, 2014 | BY ANDREW ALBERT, Daily News Staff Writer alberta@phillynews.com
WINNING HAS become the tradition for Penn's women's lacrosse team. This year is no different. The Quakers compiled a 12-4 record, going 6-1 to win the Ivy League and secure their eighth straight trip to the NCAA Tournament. They play Canisius in the first round today at 4 p.m. in College Park, Md. This season's berth was not without trials and tribulations. The No. 7 Quakers had their share of distractions, which led to losses in games that could have propelled them into the national spotlight.
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May 9, 2014 | BY ANDREW ALBERT, Daily News Staff Writer alberta@phillynews.com
PENN'S MEN'S lacrosse team found itself in a familiar situation in the Ivy League championship game against Harvard. The Quakers got off to a slow start, and were trailing the Crimson, 4-0, before the first quarter ended. As in many games this season before the May 4 matchup, the Quakers collected themselves and turned the game around. They let in only one more goal over the next 45 minutes to seal a 7-5 win and clinch their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2011. The Quakers, ranked second in the country, will host No. 11 Drexel on Sunday at Franklin Field (3 p.m., ESPNU)
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May 8, 2014 | BY ANDREW ALBERT, Daily News Staff Writer alberta@phillynews.com
DREXEL'S BEN McIntosh will have the same routine on Sunday as he would for any other of his lacrosse games in Philadelphia. He is going to sleep in a little bit, eat a big meal before the game, get to the stadium early to warm up, and lead his team into battle. The routine is the same, but everything else is different. Instead of heading to the comforts of Vidas Field, the home of the Dragons, he will be heading south a few blocks to Franklin Field to take on Penn in the first NCAA Tournament game in Drexel lacrosse history.
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May 6, 2014 | By the Inquirer Staff
The fourth-seeded Penn Quakers will face a neighborhood foe Sunday at 3 p.m. in the first round of the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament. Ivy League champion Penn (11-3) will host Drexel (12-4), the Colonial Athletic Association champion, in a game that will be televised by ESPNU. The Quakers have won eight consecutive games, which matches their longest winning streak since 1988. The Dragons also have won eight in a row. Drexel beat Hofstra, 11-10, in triple overtime to win its first CAA championship.
NEWS
May 4, 2014 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
The third quarter ended, and Washington boys' lacrosse coach Jack Creighton turned toward his bench in search of his starting goalie. Robert Franklin sat there alone, with ice on one of his shins. Creighton asked him to walk onto the field. The coach did not need Franklin to reenter the game. "Need you to sign for me, please," Creighton said. Franklin's replacement, sophomore Paul Thiergartner, is deaf. And the Eagles coach wanted to give him instructions before the fourth quarter began.
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