Penn drops Johns Hop­kins in over­time, 11-10

Baltimore Sun Sunday - - COLLEGE LACROSSE -

Twelfth-ranked Penn handed host Johns Hop­kins its first women’s lacrosse loss of the sea­son, 11-10, in over­time on Satur­day.

Erin Barry scored a free po­si­tion goal with 3:59 to play in the first over­time to lift the Quak­ers over the 14th-ranked Blue Jays.

Gabby Rosen­zweig had three goals and four as­sists for Penn (2-0).

El­lie McNulty (Broad­neck) had two goals and two as­sists for Hop­kins (2-1). Sopho­more Shelby Har­ri­son (St. Mary’s) notched her 100th ca­reer draw, be­com­ing just the 11th player all-time in school his­tory to reach the mark.

ST. MARY’S 18, MCDANIEL 11: Ali Col­lie (Dulaney) led the Sea­hawks with five goals and three as­sists and Kate Bartholome­w (Kent County) also scored five goals for St. Mary’s (1-0).

Me­gan Kotelchuck (El­iz­a­beth Se­ton) had three goals and three as­sists while An­nemarie Duerr (Ch­e­sa­peake) added a hat trick of her own for the Green Ter­ror (0-1).

GET­TYS­BURG 17, STEVEN­SON 3: Ju­nior Liza Barr scored sixth points, in­clud­ing the 100th of her ca­reer, and ju­nior Maria Nemeth and sopho­more Kerry Mc­K­eever each pro­vided hat tricks as the top-ranked Bul­lets (2-0) ran by the Mus­tangs in a non-con­fer­ence game. Lind­say Seipp (Manch­ester Val­ley) scored two goals to lead the Mus­tangs (2-0).

ARMY 10, MOUNT ST. MARY’S 6: Manuela Cortes net­ted a game-high three goals, while Caro­line Ray­mond and Rilee Scott each added two goals for Army (5-0).

Kate Kin­sella and Alayna Pag­notta (Glenelg) each had a goal and an as­sist for the Mountainee­rs (2-1).


NO. 9 JMU 12, HIGH POINT 5: Se­nior at­tacker Hanna Haven reg­is­tered four goals and four as­sists as the Dukes used a 7-0 run and a sti­fling de­fen­sive ef­fort to up­end the Pan­thers.

Ju­nior at­tacker Lo­gan Bren­nan scored two goals with an as­sist, while sopho­more mid­fielder Char­lotte Hag­gerty and ju­nior at­tacker Kelsey Reed each scored twice for JMU (3-1).

Ash­ley Brit­ton led the Pan­thers (1-2) with three goals and an as­sist,

NO. 10 PENN STATE 14, COR­NELL 12: Se­nior Madi­son Carter (South River) tied a ca­reer-high with six goals to lead the Nit­tany Li­ons (3-0).

Carter led the Nit­tany Li­ons with seven points, in­clud­ing her sixth six-goal per­for­mance of her ca­reer.

Se­nior Kayla Briso­lari (Spald­ing) col­lected two goals and an as­sist, while ju­nior Kristin Roberto scored twice.

NO. 19 GE­ORGE­TOWN 16, DREXEL 5: The Hoyas scored early and of­ten to cruise to the vic­tory and im­prove to 3-0.

Se­nior at­tacker Mor­gan Ryan led the way with four goals, while class­mate Tay­lor Geb­hardt man­aged the hat trick with a pair of as­sists for five points.

Claire Jarema, Colleen Grady and Court­ney Di­et­zel scored for Drexel (1-2). Mag­gie Stet­son had three as­sists for the Drag­ons.

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