Womhoops Guru

Mel Greenberg covered college and professional women’s basketball for the Philadelphia Inquirer, where he worked for 40 plus years. Greenberg pioneered national coverage of the game, including the original Top 25 women's college poll. His knowledge has earned him nicknames such as "The Guru" and "The Godfather," as well as induction into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in 2007.

Monday, August 20, 2018

WNBA Playoffs: Phoenix Looks To Take Flight While Minnesota and L.A. Hook Up In the Other Opener

By ROB KNOX (@knoxrob1)

 

The Phoenix Mercury are hotter than desert temperatures.

 

The fifth-seeded Mercury roll into the 2018 WNBA Playoffs with a four-game winning streak. Phoenix (20-14 overall) hosts eighth-seeded Dallas (15-19) in an elimination game at Wells Fargo Arena on the campus of Arizona State Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN2.

 

The nightcap is only a rematch of the last two WNBA Finals between seventh-seeded Minnesota (18-16) and sixth-seeded Los Angeles (19-15) at the Staples Center at 10:30 p.m. While in many circles the Lynx-Sparks game may be viewed as the heavyweight bout of the two playoff games, the “undercard” between Dallas and Phoenix is pretty good.

 

Featuring four of the top 10 scorers in the WNBA this season, this game promises to be entertaining. Both teams also can light scoreboard up like a pinball machine. 

 

Liz Cambage against Brittney Griner, a pair of dominant forces. It doesn’t get any better than that in the paint. 

 

Diana Tuarasi (20.7 ppg, third in WNBA) and Griner (20.5, fifth) finished as the highest scoring duo in the WNBA this season with a combined 41.2 points per game between them. 

 

Taurasi was named the Western Conference Player of the Month for the fourth time in her decorated career after averaging 22.0 points and 7.4 assists during the month of August. She scored 20 or more points in four of the seven games in August, including a season-high 37-point outing on August 1 at Las Vegas. 

 

With averages of 20.7 points and 5.3 assists per game, Taurasi’s the only player in the WNBA ranked in the top five in scoring (third) and assists (fourth).  


She led the league in free throw shooting this season with a career-best mark of 95.5 percent (172-of-186), ended up with 106 makes from behind the arc, which is 28 more makes from beyond the arc than second place. 

 

“I mean, you obviously want to finish as high up as you can,” Taurasi said following the Mercury’s win over the New York Liberty Sunday afternoon. “There was a point there when we thought we were going to be in that top two, top four, but you have to win regardless. 


“I think we’re playing well. I think we found our groove a little bit on the things that we want to do. Getting a home game, but we still have to go out there and play hard and play really well to win.”

 

Throw in Dewanna Bonner, who has scored 20-plus points in eight of the last 10 games, then the Mercury are more than capable of a lengthy playoff run.


Bonner also has scored 30 or more points twice in the Mercury’s last 10 games and is averaging 21.3 points 10.2 rebounds since her move to power forward July 25th.

 

Cambage, who finished as the WNBA’s leading scorer at 23.0 points per game, dropped 43 points against Las Vegas last Friday in a performance that helped the Wings clinch a playoff spot. 


Of course, Cambage also scored a WNBA-record 53 points in a game against the New York Liberty this season. Skylar Diggins-Smith averaged 17.9 points per game, which was 10th in the league.

 

The Mercury are used to these elimination games. 


They are a perfect 4-0 in single-elimination playoff games under the current playoff format, which went into effect in 2016.


 Last year, the Mercury beat the Seattle Storm at home and the Connecticut Sun on the road before being swept in the semifinals by the Sparks. The Wings lost at Washington last season in their playoff opener. 

 

Phoenix won two of the three meetings against Dallas this season. However, the Wings captured the last game between the two squads, 101-72, on July 10 in Dallas.

 

The Mercury set franchise records this season with 288 and highest assist average (20.6) in team history.

 

“I said it was all about getting that momentum at the right time,” Phoenix head coach Sandy Brondello said. “But we know in this league, particularly this year, anyone can beat anyone, it’s a knockout game. 


“We just have to make sure we come out with good poise and execution at both ends of the floor. We are at home and that’s an advantage to us, so we have to take advantage of that,” she added.


“Our only focus is on Dallas. That’s a tough team and a team we’ve lost to, but we’re playing well so we have to go in with that confidence as a team.”

 

A Dallas victory sends it to Washington for a 6:30 p.m. showdown against the Mystics. That game will be played at George Washington University’s Smith Center. A Phoenix win and it will have a second round playoff rematch at Connecticut Thursday at 8:30 p.m.

 

By the time Minnesota and Los Angeles tip-off, the winner will know where it’s headed for its next game. Meanwhile, Seattle (No. 1 seed) and Atlanta (No. 2) will begin play at home in the semifinals on Sunday. The Dream play at 3 p.m. and the Storm will begin at 5 p.m.

 

Fearless predictions: Let’s go with Phoenix and Minnesota. 

 

 

 

Saturday, August 18, 2018

A Night of “Sisterly Love” Ahead with the Inaugural Philly Greatest Women’s Athletes and Coaches Ceremony

By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguru


PHILADELPHIA — Determining it’s time that the City of Brotherly Love offer up some special “Sisterly Love” to great locally bred athletes, the inaugural Philadelphia Women’s Sports Awards presentations will occur Saturday night at Temple’s Mitten Hall honoring some of the great on the field competitors and coaches.


Promulgating the event are Chester’s Fredia Gibbs, also nicknamed Cheetah who played some hoops for the Owls and later achieved all-American status at Cabrini but earned her real acclaim in kickboxing as “the most dangerous woman in the world,” Temple all-time women’s basketball great Marilyn Stephens, and her former Owls teammate Carolyn Bamberger.


Gibbs is the founder, while Stephens serves as director of basketball awards and Bamberger is awards project coordinator.


The evening is formerly billed as the Philadelphia Greatest Women’s Athletes and Coaches Awards (PWAC) Ceremony.


“The guys have obviously gotten their share and some women have received attention, but this is a chance to celebrate the female athletes and coaches who have achieved,” Stephens said.


“People need to learn history here and legacy and we need to do it while we’re still around because we’ve already seen losses like Linda Page and Rene Portland in recent years and also this summer, while not from here, still the sudden death of Anne Donovan at such a young age,” she continued.


“We’re starting with a bunch of us but Saturday night at the event everyone will get a chance to nominate anyone moving forward, and this isn’t just basketball, it’s all sports.”


The event will begin at 5 p.m. with a red carpet arrival at Mitten Hall off Broad Street up the steps into the great court with an opportunity for media interviews before festivities will continue downstairs with a dinner, the presentations and then an after-party.


While you’re Guru will have his media team of Harrah’s Racetrack photographer Melissa Willhouse, a recent summa cum laude Rider graduate, and graduate student Villanova women’s basketball star Adrianna Hahn, the three-point shooting ace out of Wilmington, to help cover the celebration, he was invited to make some guest remarks off his forthcoming November induction into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame at Sugarhouse Casino.


Tickets are still available for Saturday night at the last minute and details on the organizers and winners can be found at http://philadelphiawomenssports.com.


But this night is about the recipients, some of who are quite familiar and others who will earn the acclaim they deserve.


Two great Rutgers women’s basketball coach in the mix being cited are former Immaculata star Theresa Grentz, who is now retired, and current Scarlet Knights mentor, Hall of Famer C. Vivian Stringer, who also coached at Cheyney and Iowa.


Grentz had already scheduled a vacation but filmed a video acceptance.


From basketball, also obvious in the first group, South Carolina coach and Hall of Famer Dawn Staley, the Dobbins great who is the current USA Olympic coach and a year ago led the Gamecocks to their first NCAA women’s basketball championship.


The ongoing theme is Greatest Deserves to be Remembered.


Stephens at Temple earned all-American status with the Owls as did Cheyney’s Yolanda Laney, whose daughter Betnijah played for Stringer at Rutgers and is currently in the WNBA with the playoff-bound Connecticut Sun.


Page, the great scoring star who once collected 100 points, is also among the hoops honorees as is former Gratz and Maryland star Debbie Lyttle, Stephens, Dawn Hoover, Jaydean Daye, coach Kate Pearson out of Scranton, Valerie Phillips, and longtime University City coach Lurline Jones.


Other recipients and their sports are Cecelia Ricciotti of Aikido; longtime Temple lacrosse coach Tina Sloane Green, boxing’s Kali Reis, race car driver Mares Stellfox, and track and field’s Marilyn Lee, DeChanta Phillips, and coach Gina Procaccio.


Stephens is receiving the Philly Award, and Gibbs, who also competed in track, is getting the Crystal Award.


Actor-comedian Melvin Jones, with credits such as Everybody Hates Chris and The Wire, will emcee, and actor Chris Mann (The Wire, Michael Clayton), will be a presenter.





Sunday, August 12, 2018

WNBA Game Report: Cloud Shines During Washington Surge

By ROB KNOX (@knoxrob1)

 

WASHINGTON – Any discussion of the WNBA’s Most Improved Player award had better include fourth year guard Natasha Cloud. 

 

The former Saint Joseph’s Hawks star out of Broomall from suburban Philadelphia was a bundle of disruption in helping the Washington Mystics continue their winning ways. 


The two charges taken complemented her sterling eight-point, four-rebound, two-steal and two-assist performance during the Mystics 93-80 victory over the Dallas Wings at Capital One Arena Sunday afternoon

 

While individual accolades have never motivated Cloud, who has displayed the essence of a champion along with an undeniable hatred of losing this season, she has elevated her special game. 


The affable Cloud worked hard during the off season to improve all aspects of her game. 

 

Her development into a confident leader and clutch scorer has helped make the Mystics a legit threat to win their first championship in franchise history. 

 

“For me personally, that was a goal coming into the season,” Cloud said. “I worked with our sport psychologist and I didn’t care if I was coming off the bench or if I am starting, it didn’t matter. I just wanted to help. 


“I knew it was my year to take it up a notch. With the coaches making certain decisions about the team coming into this year, it made it clear that they had full faith in me and in what I can achieve and contribute.”

 

Playing with savage and unrelenting fury, Cloud is averaging career highs in points (9.1), assists (4.6), rebounds (3.3) and minutes (26.1). She is also shooting a career best 46.5 percent from the field and 42.9 percent from 3-point distance. Cloud had scored in double figures in four straight games before this game. 

 

The Mystics’ sixth straight victory and second 20-win season in franchise history featured a career-high 26 points from rookie guard Ariel Atkins along with a second-quarter scoring explosion from Elena Delle Donne, who finished with 23 points and seven rebounds. 

 

Delle Donne has scored 20 or more points in six of Washington’s last seven games. 

 

Some of the air was let out of the victory as Atkins, who made a career best five 3-pointers, didn’t finish the game. She landed hard and stayed on the floor for a few minutes before being helped off the floor midway through the fourth quarter. 


Atkins wasn’t available for postgame interviews and the Mystics will issue a statement on her status for the remaining of the regular season.

 

“We got our composure back the last five minutes and finished the game the right way,” Washington head coach Mike Thibault said. “We got some really good offensive performances and Ariel had her career high. We hope she is okay physically. I don’t know for sure yet. She basically landed on her hip so we will not know right away.”

 

Dallas dropped its eighth consecutive game despite a team-high 17 points from Skylar Diggins-Smith and a double-double from Allisha Gray (12 points, 12 rebounds). 


The Wings gallantly sliced a 22-point third quarter deficit to 77-71 with 7 minutes, 20 minutes remaining. That was as close as Dallas would get as huge 3-point baskets from Atkins and Kristi Toliver down the stretch helped the Mystics remain perfect since returning from the all-star break.  

 

The second quarter was the difference as Washington outscored Dallas 31-17. 

 

Aerial Powers scored eight consecutive points during the period to help forge a 28-28 tie. Then, Delle Donne went berserk. She scored 13 points in four minutes to help the Mystics open a 51-37 halftime bulge. That was part of a 25-9 Mystics burst to finish the half.

 

Waves of applause from delirious fans rained down after each Delle Donne 3-pointer went through the net. She looked like Allie Quigley as she effortlessly drained the daggers. While the offense was spectacular, it was the Mystics defense, fueled by Cloud, Powers and Latoya Sanders (nine rebounds, four blocked shots) that made the difference. 

 

“We had a come to Jesus meeting when we returned from the all-star break,” Cloud said. “We really focused on our defense and focused on being a defensive-minded team first and allowing our offense to come from that. We’ve all brought in to that. We’re rolling and going to try and keep it going.” 

 

Life is awesome for the Mystics, who recently won two games in one day when the WNBA office awarded them a victory over Las Vegas, who forfeited its August 3 contest, a few hours before beating Phoenix on the road last Tuesday. 

 

Washington (20-11 overall) remains a game behind Atlanta (21-10) for the No. 2 seed in the upcoming WNBA playoffs. The Mystics are currently third and two games ahead of Los Angeles (18-13). This was Washington’s third consecutive game scoring at least 90 points.

 

“Whatever this team needs me to do then the accolades are whatever,” Cloud said. “As long as we’re winning that’s all that matters to me. We’re playing well right now. Whatever I am being considered for is a reflection of this team and the successful positions they put me in. This league is wide open this year and we’re good enough where this could be our year to bring the championship back to D.C. Everybody believes that.”


If it happens, that would be the second major championship brought to Capital One following the NHL Washington Capitals capturing the Stanley Cup last Spring.

 

TOLIVER SPEAKS: Prior to the start of the game, Toliver addressed the crowd with the white supremacist rally occurring near the White House, which is a 3-point shot away from Capital One Arena.

 

“We feel our purpose is to love and respect people of all backgrounds, we believe bigotry is never justified, we believe in living in true equality, and we believe in the courage to speak out,” Toliver said during her speech.


 “Our message against these beliefs and actions remain as strong today as it did a year ago. It is all the more important that we together use our power for good. Continue to acknowledge these issues in your daily lives — speak, act, and live with compassion.”

 

NOTES: A few hours after the game, Dallas President and CEO Greg Bibb announced that head coach Fred Williams was relieved of his duties effective immediately … Assistant Coach Taj McWilliams-Franklin, who restrained Williams during a heated postgame discussion with Bibb, has been named interim head coach for the remainder of the season … Despite its losing streak, Dallas has a one-game lead over Las Vegas (13-18) for the final playoff spot, with each having three games remaining … Dallas hosts Las Vegas Friday … The Mystics will play their final game at Capital One Arena Friday against Los Angeles … They will play their playoff games at the Smith Center on George Washington’s campus and move into their new arena in 2019 … 

 


Thursday, August 09, 2018

The (Non-) Joys of Traveling the Back-to-Back in the WNBA

By Mel Greenberg


WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-PHILADELPHIA — For the second time in less than a week the WNBA Washington Mystics are at the center of a controversial travel situation causing a potential a no-show at the Capitol One Arena.


Last Friday due to cancellations and delayed flights causing the Las Vegas Aces to not arrive in the nation’s capitol until five hours before game time after being awake all night, the players elected not to show due to health concerns.


After a lengthy consideration over the weekend the WNBA ultimately declared the game a forfeit on the part of the Aces.


Now, the Guru is threatening to bypass the 11:30 a.m. tipoff in D.C. Thursday against the Seattle Storm, claiming a violation of the deal between the league and WNBA Media Association involving members who engage in multiple team-coverage.


In this case, allowing the New York Liberty’s corporate owners to move the team from Madison Square Garden, which exists atop a major transit hub, to the Westchester Arena here in the northern suburbs of Manhattan, the league clearly violated guidelines concerning back-to-back scheduling in a condensed period of having two tip offs in the same time zone.


“They should know better,” the Guru said of finishing attending the game before the nine o’clock hour and then having to scramble with a stop at his all-night diner here in the City of Brotherly Love before deciding how to proceed South and when to get under way.


“It’s not so much physical health as it is financial health,” the Guru explained saying being forced into an overnight is not that arduous considering his existence of maintaining vampire hours functioning in the East as if he was operating on Pacific Daylight Time,


“As it is travel is locked into a predetermined budget,” the Guru said. “Thus, chartering an Amtrak coach is too prohibitive. Besides, between weather and several hundred categories resulting in delays does not make the investment desirable since money could be wasted.


“The issue is, it’s now 330 AM and if I decide not to go does the move count as a forfeit or a no game,” the Guru said before participating in an autograph session signing the credit card check for the meal.


“A forfeit is understandable in terms of if the tickets for train or Megabus had already been purchased, But if a transaction did not occur, a no-show means the trip is a wipeout, allowing the predetermined funds to go to another place.”


Initially, the game was over-budgeted when accountants thought the Seattle-Washington listing meant the game was set to be played in the Pacific Northwest.


“It should be a forfeit because not allowing us ahead of time to make a switch on press row means we could have had someone like Stephen A Smith in the house instead,” said a miffed Mike Thibaut of the Mystics,


Because of the Liberty’s move to White Plains, charter has been approved on the way back with colleague Jim Dombrowski, who lives in North Jersey, for example, giving the Guru a ride Wednesday night back on the return south into Newark, thus bypassing the extended differential from Penn Station.


The trip was fast enough that the combination of catching a New Jersey Transit Northeast Corridor commuter train into Trenton and then ubering down here (the last Philly SEPTA connect into town, per the usual, had already left) made the trip to this point cheaper than if the last Amtrak had been obtainable.


So having killed tweener time for this tongue-in-cheek post, it’s time to determine if continuing is viable since both teams are already assured playoff spots.



Wednesday, August 08, 2018

Philly WBB Summer League: Maroon (USciences) Tops Black (Jefferson) 57-53 For First League Title

By Bob Heller and Mel Greenberg


HATBORO, Pa. In a game living up to what a 1-2 championship matchup should be second-seeded Maroon, also known as D2-USciences in the winter, snapped a pair of streaks Tuesday night in holding off top-seeded Black, also known as D2 Jefferson University, 57-53, to claim the 2018 Philadelphia/Suburban NCAA Certified Women’s Summer Basketball League championship at Kelly Bolish Gym, home of the AAU Renegades.


It’s the first championship for the Devils and comes after three straight setbacks in the title round, including a 53-50 loss to perennial summer power Team White a year ago.


The win also ended what had been a first-ever 11-game unbeaten run from Team Black into the title game, including a 77-72 regular season win on July 10 on the nine-game schedule in the ten-team league.


That became the differential in the 1-2 seed positions in the final standings to set the playoff seeds.


But Black’s win back in July was actually revenge for three winter setbacks in their competition in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference where USciences took the two home-and-home regular season games and then the CACC title.


Both collegiate coaches — longtime Jefferson coach Tom Shirley and USciences mentor Jackie Hartzell were in the gym — allowed for D2 and D3 coaches under NCAA rules, which also permits the two lower divisions to field their entire squads on the same summer team.


No one Tuesday night on either side reached the Guru’s special 20 points or better citation for individual performance and Black never had anyone during the season hit the mark but the Jefferson bunch showed strong balance in their attack.


The title game was played under one of the more humid conditions in the venue since play for the season got under way on June 19, though there didn’t seem to be a negative impact on either team’s performance.


A ten minute stretch overlapping the third and fourth quarters proved to be the pivotal period for Maroon who reversed a two-point deficit with a 21-6 flourish over the ten minute span to take a 49-36 lead, their biggest of the game with 6:20 remaining.

Irisa Ye provided the spark in the first part of the run, scoring six points in the final four minutes in the third quarter while Mikaela Giuliani scored six of Maroon’s first seven points in the fourth quarter.


Ye and Giuliani led Maroon with ten points apiece.  Kendall Keyes (8 points) sank two free throws with 6:20 left to complete the Maroon run.

The Maroon flourish followed a classic back-and-forth battle over the first 24 minutes of the game in which neither team led by more than four points with six ties and five lead changes occurring in the first 2 ½ quarters.


Black held a 30-28 lead with 6:11 left before Jessica Huber’s second three-point field goal of the game put Maroon back up for good 31-30 midway through the period – triggering the run that gave her team a double digit lead.

The double digit lead was still there at 54-43 with three minutes to go in the game.


 Jessica Kaminski, who led Black with 12 points, then sank four straight free throws to cut the lead to 54-47.  


Two more free throws from Alynna Williams ((points) made it a two possession game, 54-49 with 1:35 left.


Williams made it a one-possession contest with a basket following a Maroon turnover with 28 seconds left, 54-51. Brigit Coleman then went to the foul line for Maroon, sinking three-of-four shots in the final 17.6 seconds to seal with win.  

Kaminski from Black (12 points) and Giuliani and Ye from Maroon (ten points apiece) were the only players to reach double figures scoring in the game.  All ten Maroon players scored at least one point.


As has been traditional, longtime commissioner David Kessler did the public address duties for the championship round, completing his 25th year running the league.


Next year, he says, is his 25th anniversary season.


SCOREBOARD


Standings (Regular Season Final)

Team, W-L, Pct., G.B., PF, PA


@-Black 9-0 1.000 — 611 469

$-Maroon 8-1 .889 1.0 705 433

Z-Red 7-2 .778 2.0 615 453
Y-Royal 6-3 .667 3.0 559 463
Z-Golden Sun 5-4 .556 4.0 590 507
Y-Purple 4-5 .445 5.0 616 594
X-Kelly Green 2-7 .222 7.0 486 677
Y-Sky Blue 2-7 .222 7.0 388 603
X-Orange 1-8 .111 8.0 472 634

Y-Lime 1-8 .111 8.0 472 636

@-Playoff Runner Up

$-Playoff Champion

X-Eliminated in First Round

Y-Eliminated in Quarterfinals

Z-Eliminated in Semifinals


Royal has a forfeit win 2-0 over Golden Sun

Golden Sun has a forfeit loss 0-2 to Royal

Sky Blue has a forfeit win 2-0 over Lime

Lime has a forfeit loss 0-2 to Sky Blue


Individual Scoring 20 or More Points

39-Isis Young, Golden Sun, W, vs. Lime, June 19
34-Michelle Nicholls, Purple, W, vs. Orange, June 21
31-Isis Young, Golden Sun, L, vs. Maroon, June 21

30-Natalie Kucowski, Red, W, vs. Kelly Green, June 28

27-Michelle Nicholls, Purple, W, vs. Lime, July 12
26-Myonie Williamson, Golden Sun, W, vs. Kelly Green, July 24

26-Natalie Kucowski, Red, W, vs. Lime, July 10

26-Isis Young, Golden Sun, W, vs. Purple, June 28

26-Michelle Nicholls, Purple, L, vs. Golden Sun, June 28

26-Isis Young, Golden Sun, L, vs. Red, June 26
26-Hannah Fox, Royal, W, vs. Orange, June 26
25-Emily Dorshimer, Royal, W, vs. Sky Blue, June 28

24-Gabrielle Troisi, Lime, L, vs. Orange, July 19

24-Rachel Millan, Kelly Green, W, vs. Orange, July 17

24-Michelle Nichols, Purple, L, vs. Maroon, July 17

23-Gabrielle Troisi, Lime, L, vs. Purple, July 12

23-Deja King, W, Golden Sun, July 12

23-Becca Margolis, Red, W, vs. Lime, July 10

22-Hannah Fox, Royal, W, vs. Kelly Green, July 12

22-Natalie Kucowski, Red, W, vs. Orange, June 19

21-Shayna Rodriguez, Orange, W, vs. Lime, July 19

21-Jordan Jordan Vitelli, Maroon, W, Royal, July 19

21-Hannah Fox, Royal, W, Lime, July17

21-Kendall Keyes, Maroon, W, vs. Purple, July 17
21-Natalie Kucowski, Red, W, vs. Golden Sun, June 26
21-Emma Dorshimer, Royal, W, vs. Purple, June 19

20-Shannon Glenn, Kelly Green, W, vs. Sky Blue, July 19

20-Jess Huber, Maroon, W, vs. Royal, July 19

20-Deja King, W, vs. Sky Blue, July 17

20-Gabrielle Troisi, Lime, L, vs. Royal, July 17
20-Shannon Glenn, Kelly Green, L, vs. Royal Blue, July 12

20-Jada Smith, Royal, W, vs. Sky Blue, June 26
20-Lydia Konstanzer, Lime, W, vs. Kelly Green, June 21
20-Becca Margolis, Red, W, vs. Sky Blue, June 21
20-Shannon Glenn, Kelly Green, L, vs. Black, June 19

Playoff Scoring 20 or More Points


32-Lydia Konstanzer, Lime, W, vs. Kelly Green, First Round, July 26

23-Myonie Williamson, Golden Sun, W, vs. Royal, Quarterfinals, July 31

21-Hannah Fox, Royal, L, vs. Golden Sun, Quarterfinals, July 31

21-Katie Mayock, Purple, L, vs. Red, Quarterfinals, July 31

20-Natalie Kucowski, Red, W, vs. Purple, Quarterfinals, July 31

20-Jamie Manzo, Sky Blue, W, vs. Orange, First Round, July 26


SEASON RESULTS/SCHEDULES

TUESDAY, JUNE 19


Maroon-US vs. Sky Blue-A — W-Maroon 80-33
Black-Jeff vs. Kelly Green-CH — W-Black 98-46
Red-K vs. Orange-PSUA — W-Red 68-34
Lime vs. Golden Sun — W-Golden Sun 83-57
Purple vs. Royal — W-Purple 81-68

THURSDAY, JUNE 21

Golden Sun vs. Maroon-US — W-Maroon 56-54
Orange-PSUA vs. Purple — W-Purple 70-59
Black-Jeff vs. Royal — W-Black 76-37
Sky Blue-A vs. Red-K —W-Red 95-51
Kelly Green-CH vs. Lime —W-Lime 76-55

TUESDAY, JUNE 26

Royal vs. Orange-PSUA  - W-Royal 80-58
Golden Sun vs. Red-K - W-Red-K 62-52
Black-Jeff vs. Lime - W-Black-Jeff 91-52
Maroon-US vs. Kelly Green-CH - W-Maroon-US 64-34
Purple vs. Sky Blue-A - W-Purple 70-36

THURSDAY, JUNE 28

Golden Sun vs. Purple - W - Golden Sun 92-61
Lime vs. Maroon-US - W - Maroon 110-36
Kelly Green-CH vs. Red-K - W - Red 82-45
Sky Blue-A vs. Royal - W - Royal 84-59
Black-Jeff vs. Orange-PSUA - W - Black 70-46

TUESDAY, JULY 3

No Games-Holiday

THURSDAY, JULY 5

No Games-Holiday

TUESDAY, JULY 10

Red-K vs. Lime - W - Red 80-56
Royal vs. Golden Sun - W - Royal 2-0, forfeit
Purple vs. Kelly Green-CH - W - Purple 77-26
Orange-PSUA  vs. Sky Blue-A - W - Sky Blue 58-45
Maroon-US vs. Black-Jeff - W - Black 77-72

THURSDAY, JULY 12

Black-Jeff vs. Sky Blue-A - W - Black 66-43
Kelly Green-CH vs. Royal  - W - Royal 80-66
Golden Sun vs. Orange-PSUA - W - Golden Sun 77-67
Lime vs. Purple - W - Purple - W - 73-61
Maroon-US vs. Red-K - W - Maroon 58-46

TUESDAY, JULY 17

Royal vs. Lime - W - Royal 69-67
Red-K vs. Black-Jeff- W - Black 49-42
Purple vs. Maroon-US - W - Maroon 89-71
Orange-PSUA vs. Kelly Green-CH- W - Kelly Green 62-58
Sky Blue-A vs. Golden Sun - W - Golden Sun 80-46

THURSDAY, JULY 19

Kelly Green-CH vs. Sky Blue-A -W-Kelly Green 83-60
Red-K vs. Purple-W-Red 66-52
Golden Sun vs. Black-Jeff-W-Black 87-70
Maroon-US vs. Royal-W-Maroon 95-40
Court 3: Lime vs. Orange-PSUA-W-Orange 72-68

TUESDAY, JULY 24

Orange-K vs. Maroon-US-W-Maroon 81-33
Purple vs. Black-Jeff-W-Black 97-61
Royal vs. Red-K-W-Red 74-56

Sky Blue-A vs. Lime-W-Sky Blue 2-0 forfeit
Golden Sun vs. Kelly Green-CH-W-Golden Sun 82-69

(Regular Season Ends)

PLAYOFFS

THURSDAY, JULY 26

PLAY-IN ROUNDS (Court 1)


Kelly Green-Chestnut Hill  (2-7) (7th Seed) vs. Lime (1-8) (10th Seed) W Lime 90-68
Sky Blue (2-7) (8th seed) vs. Orange-PSU-Ab. (1-8) (9th Seed) W SB-Arcadia 62-58

TUESDAY, JULY 31

QUARTERFINALS


Black-Jefferson (9-0) (1st Seed) vs. Lime (10th seed) W-Black 78-47

Red-Kutztown (7-2) (3rd Seed) vs Purple (4-5) (6th Seed) W-Red 60-50
Maroon-USciences (8-1) (2nd Seed) vs. Sky Blue-Arcadia (8th seed) W-Maroon 76-33

Royal (6-3) (4th Seed) vs. Golden Sun (5-4) (5th Seed) W-Golden Sun 71-56

THURSDAY, AUGUST 2

SEMIFINALS (Court 1)


Black-Jefferson (9-0) (1st Seed) vs. Golden Sun (5-4) (5th Seed) W-Black 73-61

Maroon-USciences (8-1) (2nd Seed) vs. Red-Kutztown (7-2) (3rd Seed) W-Maroon 51-39

TUESDAY, AUGUST 7

CHAMPIONSHIP (Court 1)


Black-Jefferson (9-0) (1st seed) vs. Maroon-USciences (8-1) (2nd seed) W-Maroon-USciences 57-53

SCHEDULES BY TEAM

BLACK (Jefferson University) 9-0 No. 1 Seed, Playoff Runner Up


June 19: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) W-98-46
June 21: vs. Royal W-76-37
June 26: vs. Lime W-91-52
June 28: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-70-46

July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Maroon (USciences) W-77-72
July 12: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) W-66-43
July 17: vs. Red (Kutztown), W - 49-42

July 19: vs.Golden Sun W-87-70
July 24: vs. Purple W-97-61

July 31: vs. Lime (10th seed), Quarterfinals W-78-47

Aug. 2: vs. Golden Sun (5th Seed), Semifinals W-73-61

Aug. 7: vs. Maroon (USciences) (2nd seed), Final L-53-57

GOLDEN SUN 5-4 No. 5 Seed


June 19: vs. Lime W-83-57
June 21: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-54-56
June 26: vs. Red (Kutztown)  L-52-62
June 28: vs. Purple W-92-61

July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Royal L 0-2, forfeit

July 12: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-77-67

July 17: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) W-80-46
July 19: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-70-87
July 24: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) W-82-69

July 31: vs. Royal (5th Seed), Quarterfinals W 71-56

Aug. 2: vs. Black (Jefferson), Semifinal L-61-73

KELLY GREEN (Chestnut Hill) 2-7 No. 7 Seed

June 19: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-46-98
June 21: vs. Lime L-55-76
June 26: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-34-64
June 28: vs. Red (Kutztown) L-45-82
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Purple L-26-77

July 12: vs. Royal L-66-80
July 17: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-62-58

July 19: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) W-83-60
July 24: vs. Golden Sun L-69-82

July 26 vs. Lime (10th seed)  L-68-90, First Round


LIME 1-8 No. 10 Seed

June 19: vs. Golden Sun L-57-83
June 21: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) W-76-55
June 26: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-51-92
June 28: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-36-110
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Red (Kutztown) L-56-80
July 12: vs. Purple L-61-73
July 17: vs. Royal L-67-69
July 19: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) L-68-72
July 24: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) L 0-2, Forfeit

July 26: vs. Kelly Green (7th seed) W-90-78, First Round

July 31: vs. Black (Jefferson) (1st seed), L-47-78, Quarterfinals

MAROON (USciences) 8-1 No. 2 Seed Playoff Champion


June 19: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) W-80-33
June 21: vs. Golden Sun W-56-54
June 26: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill)  W-64-34
June 28: vs. Lime W-110-36
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-72-77

July 12: vs. Red (Kutztown) W-58-46

July 17: vs. Purple W-89-71
July 19: vs. Royal W-95-40

July 24: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-81-33

July 31: vs. Sky Blue (8th seed), Quarterfinals W-76-33

Aug. 2: vs. Red (Kutztown) (3rd Seed), Semifinals W-51-39
Aug. 7 vs. Black-Jefferson (1st Seed), Final W-57-53


ORANGE (PSU-Abington) 1-8 No. 9 Seed

June 19: vs. Red (Kutztown) L-34-68
June 21: vs. Purple L-59-70
June 26: vs. Royal  L-58-80
June 28: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-46-70
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) L-45-58
July 12: vs. Golden Sun L-67-77
July 17: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) L-58-62

July 19: vs. Lime W-72-68
July 24: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-33-81

July 26: vs. Sky Blue (eighth seed) L-58-62, First Round

PURPLE 4-5 No. 6 Seed

June 19: vs. Royal L-68-81
June 21: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-70-59
June 26: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia)  W-70-36
June 28: vs. Golden Sun L-61-92
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) W-77-26
July 12: vs. Lime W-73-61
July 17: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-71-89
July 19: vs. Red (Kutztown) L-52-66

July 24: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-61-97

July 31: vs. vs. Red (third seed), Quarterfinals L-50-60

RED (Kutztown) 7-2 No. 3 Seed


June 19: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-68-34
June 21: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) W-95-51
June 26: vs. Golden Sun  W-62-52
June 28: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) W-82-45
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs.Lime W-80-56
July 12: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-46-58

July 17: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-42-49
July 19: vs. Purple W-66-52

July 24: vs. Royal W-74-56

July 31: vs. Purple (sixth seed), Quarterfinals W-60-50

Aug. 2: vs. Maroon (USciences) (second seed), Semifinals L-39-51


ROYAL 7-2 No. 4 Seed

June 19: vs. vs. Purple W-81-68
June 21: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-37-76
June 26: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington)  W-80-58
June 28: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) W-84-59

July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Golden Sun W 2-0, forfeit
July 12: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) W-80-66

July 17: vs. Lime W-69-67
July 19: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-40-95

July 24: vs. Red (Kutztown) L-56-74

July 31: vs. Golden Sun (fifth seed), Quarterfinals L-56-71


SKY BLUE (Arcadia) 2-7 No. 8 Seed

June 19: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-33-80
June 21: vs. Red (Kutztown) L-51-95
June 26: vs. Purple L-36-70
June 28: vs. Royal L-59-84
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-58-45

July 12: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-43-66
July 17: vs. Golden Sun L-46-80
July 19: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) L-60-83
July 24: vs. Lime W-2-0, forfeit

July 26: vs. Orange (ninth seed) W-62-58, First Round

July 31: vs. Maroon (second seed) L-33-76, Quarterfinals

PLAYOFF SEEDINGS AND TIEBREAKER TRACKERS

(Seed Order)

Black (9-0): vs. KG (W); vs. Ry (W); vs. Lime (W); vs. Or (W); vs. Mor (W); vs. SB (W); vs. Red (W); vs.GS (W); vs. Pur (W)


Mor (8-1): vs. SB (W); vs. GS (W); vs. KG (W); vs. Lime (W); vs. Blk (L); vs. Red (W); vs. Pur (W); vs. Ry (W); vs. Or (W)

Red (7-2): vs. Or (W); vs. SB (W) ; vs. GS (W); vs. KG (W); vs. Lime (W); vs. Mor (L); vs. Blk (L); vs. Pur (W); vs. Ry (W)


#-Ry (6-3); vs. Pur (W); vs. Blk (L); vs. Or (W); vs. SB (W); vs. GS (#-W); vs. KG (W); vs. Lime (W); vs. Mor (L); vs. Red (L)


%-GS (5-4): vs. Lime (W); vs. Mor (L); vs. Red (L); vs. Pur (W); vs. Ry (%-L); vs. Or (W); vs. SB (W); vs. Blk (L); vs. KG (W)


Pur (4-5); vs. Ry (L); vs. Or (W); vs. SB (W); vs. GS (L); vs. KG (W); vs. Lime (W); vs. Mor (L); vs. Red (L); vs. Blk (L)

KG (2-7): vs. Blk (L); vs. Lime (L); vs. Mor (L); vs. Red (L); vs. Pur (L); vs. Ry (L); vs. Or (W); vs. SB (W); vs. GS (L)

SB (2-7); vs. Mor (L); vs. Red (L); vs. Pur (L); vs. Ry (L); vs. Or (W); vs. Blk (L); vs. GS (L); vs. KG (L); vs. Lime ($-W)

Or (1-8); vs. Red (L); vs. Pur (L); vs. Ry (L); vs. Blk (L); vs. SB (L); vs. GS (L); vs. KG (L); vs. Lime (W); vs. Mor (L)
Lime (1-8): vs. GS (L); vs. KG (W); vs. BLK (L); vs. Mor (L); vs. Red (L); vs. Pur (L); vs. Ry (L); vs. Or (L); vs. SB (^-L)

#-Includes Royal forfeit win over Golden Sun

%-Includes Golden Sun forfeit loss to Royal
$-Includes Sky Blue forfeit win over Lime

^-Includes Lime forfeit loss to Sky Blue


ROSTERS

(Undergrad Classes ‘19-Sr; ‘20-Jr; 21-So; 22-Fr)

TEAM BLACK (JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY)

5   JESS KAMINSKI 5’8 ARCH. WOOD/JEFFERSON ’18
10 BEVERLY KUM 5’11 ST. MARIA GORETTI/JEFFERSON ‘19
11 VALEZ JACKSON 5’4 MERION MERCY/JEFFERSON ‘19
12 ALYNNA WILLIAMS 5’2 PLYM. WHITEMARSH/JEFFERSON ‘20
14 SABRIA LYTES 6’ HARRY S. TRUMAN/JEFFERSON ‘21
15 CAITLYN CUNNINGHAM 5’6 MT. ST. JOS/JEFFERSON ‘20
22 BRIDGET ARCIDIACONO 5’11 ARCH. WOOD/JEFFERSON ‘22
24 MADDISON HANEY 5’11 SPRING-FORD/JEFFERSON ‘21
30 ERIN MAHER 6’ NORTH PENN/JEFFERSON ‘19
32 HALEY MEINEL 5’11 CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH/JEFFERSON ‘22
45 AYOOLA OGUNTUASE 5’11 ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN/JEFFERSON ‘19

TEAM GOLDEN SUN

1   SHIRA NEWMAN 5’7 UPPER DUBLIN/MILLERSVILLE ‘13
4   SAMANTHA BRUSHA 5’10 ABINGTON/MILLERSVILLE ‘22
5   MYONIE WILLIAMSON 5’10 RADNOR/CABRINI
10 STEPHANIE PETERY 5’9 POPE JOHN PAUL/MERCYHURST ‘20
12 NIA HOLLAND 5’6 SHIPLEY SCHOOL/LAFAYETTE ‘19
14 ASHLEY WOOD 5’6 SPRING-FORD/KUTZTOWN ‘13
15 JULIA BUCHMAN 5’9 PARKLAND HS/MERCYHURST
20 CATHERINE COPELAND 6’ CLAYTON/MILLERSVILLE ‘21
21 FIONA AROMANDO ROBBINSVILLE/GETTYSBURG ‘22
22 ISIS YOUNG 5’6 LIFE CENTER ACAD/SYRACUSE ‘19
34 K’VIAH-CYNAE BREAZEALE 5’9 NEW FOUNDATIONS CHARTER/CHEYNEY
              COACHES: ASHLEY WOOD, SHIRA NEWMAN


TEAM KELLY GREEN (CHESTNUT HILL)

4   KAITLIN DOUGHERTY 5’5 SAINT BASIL/CHESTNUT HILL ‘21
5   ABIGAIL SPRATT 5’7 CENTRAL BUCKS WEST/CHESTNUT HILL ‘22
10 CASSIE SEBOLD 5’5 ARCHBISHOP WOOD/CHESTNUT HILL ‘21
11 SHANNON GLENN ARCHBISHOP RYAN/CHESTNUT HILL ‘20
12 ASIA TURNER 5’7 ABINGTON FRIENDS/LONG ISLAND U. – POST ‘20
14 LAUREN CRIM 5’5 LANSDALE CATHOLIC/CHESTNUT HILL ‘22
15 CAELA RUSSELL 5’9 ARCH RYAN/CHESTNUT HILL ‘22
20 RACHEL MILLAN 5’8 LOWER MORELAND/CHESTNUT HILL ‘21
21 BRI HEWLETT 5’10 NORTH PENN/CHESTNUT HILL ‘22
22 BRIANNA CULLEN 5’7 NORTH PENN/WIDENER ‘18
30 LILY KUNTZ 6’ EPISCOPAL ACAD/MIDDLEBURY ‘20

TEAM LIME

10 JESSICA MCKENZIE 5’10 NORTH PENN/CENTENARY U. ‘22
11 MARISA DiLEO 5’8 STOCKTON ‘20
12 KATIE FISHER 5’7 STRATH HAVEN/WEST CHESTER ‘20
13 GABRIELLE TROISI 5’7 POPE JOHN PAUL II/WEST CHESTER ‘20
14 MARISA MORANO 5’6 VILLA JOS. MARIE/URSINUS ‘21
15 CAILIN O’HARA 5’7 CENTRAL BUCKS WEST/CENTENARY ‘20
20 FRANCESCA BOGIATZIS 5’8 VILLA JOSEPH MARIE/URSINUS ‘20
24 RYLEE POWER 5’8 MARPLE NEWTOWN/WEST CHESTER ‘19
25 SARAH O’HARA 5’7 CENTRAL BUCKS WEST/WILKES U. ‘22
30 LYDIA KONSTANZER 5’11 PENNRIDGE/URSINUS ‘20
40 ASHLYN WERT 6’5 J.P. MCCASKEY/SAINT JOSEPH ‘19
42 NAILAH DELINOIS 5’9 NORTHEAST/SAINT JOSEPH’S ‘20

TEAM MAROON (USCIENCES) - Champion

5   ALYX McKIERNAN 5’4 IMMAC HEART ACADEMY/USCIENCES ‘19
10 BRIGIT COLEMAN 5’6 GWYNEDD MERCY/USCIENCES ‘20
11 TAYLOR HAMM 6’ PERKIOMEN VALLEY/USCIENCES ‘22
12 COLLEEN WALSH 5’10 SHIPLEY SCHOOL/USCIENCES ‘18
14 MIKAELA GIULIANI 6’1 NORTH PENN/USCIENCES ‘20
15 SHANNON MAY 5’5 ARCH WOOD/USCIENCES ‘21
20 JORDAN VITELLI 5’6 CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH/USCIENCES ‘20
21 KENDALL KEYES 5’7 LENAPE REGIONAL/USCIENCES ‘25
25 JULIANA GURA 5’10 ST. BASIL/USCIENCES ‘22
30 IRISA YE 5’9 NORTH PENN/USCIENCES ‘21
32 JESS HUBER 5’9 NORTH PENN/USCIENCES ‘21
 
TEAM ORANGE (PENN STATE-ABINGTON)

4   SYDNEY BARROW 5’5 JOHN BARTRAM/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘20
10 SHAYNA RODRIGUEZ 5’9 ARCH RYAN/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘19
13 SARAH WILSON 5’4 NEW HOPE-SOLEBURY/NYACK ‘22
14 MONIKA SMALLWOOD 5’8 WALLENPAUPACK AREA HS/DEL VALLEY U. ‘19
15 WYNTER BESS 5’7 ARCH. CARROLL/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘22
21 MICHELLE GILL 5’4 INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘22
23 JANAIAH ELUM 5’3 NORTHEAST/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘17
24 SYMANTHA MARRERO 5’7 CENTRAL/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘18
30 ALYSSA O’MARA 6’ ST. BASIL/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘20
33 DANIELLE SKEDZIELEWSKI 5’8 ARCH RYAN/DELAWARE VALLEY U. ‘19
34 GABBY HEINSINGER 5’8 MERION MERCY/NYU ‘20
35 AYOTOLANI OGUNTUASE 5’10 ATL. CHRISTIAN/ PENN ST.- ABINGTON ‘21

TEAM PURPLE

4   BRADY WASSELL 5’10 LANSDALE CATHOLIC/HOLY FAMILY ‘22
5   JADA SMITH 5’9 MERION MERCY/HOLY FAMILY ‘21
14 MOLLY MASCIANTONIO 5’10 ARCH CARROLL/HOLY FAMILY ‘22
21 ALYSSA DeNOFA 5’6 ABINGTON FRIENDS/MANSFIELD U. ‘21
22 AVERY MARZ 5’7 WILSON/SAINT JOS. ‘18
23 JULIA RADLEY 5’10 BISHOP EUSTACE/MONTCLAIR STATE ‘22
24 KATIE MAYOCK 6’2 CONESTOGA/SAINT JOS. ‘22
25 CARLY TEPEL 5’1 ABINGTON/TOWSON U. ‘17
32 ELIZABETH RADLEY 6’1 BISHOP EUSTACE/HOLY FAMILY ‘20
33 HANNAH ZOLL 5’11 LAWRENCEVILLE SCHOOL/HAVERFORD ‘20
34 MICHELLE NICHOLLS 5’9 LIFE CENTER ACADEMY/LaSALLE ‘20
40 MEGAN HUGHES 5’10 POINT PLEASANT BORO/HOLY FAMILY ‘21

TEAM RED (KUTZTOWN)

4   LYNDSAY CRAIG 5’5 CHEROKEE HS/KUTZTOWN ‘22
10 MICHELLE LALOR 5’5 HUNTERDON CENTRAL REGIONAL/COL. OF N.J. ‘21
11 KAREN LAPKIEWICZ 5’10 SAINT BASIL/KUTZTOWN ‘20
12 TAYLOR THAMES 5’7 NORTH PENN/KUTZTOWN ‘19
14 KALEE FUEGEL 5’7 SAINT BASIL/KUTZTOWN ‘19
15 ABBY BEYER 5’8 SPRING-FORD/ELIZABETHTOWN ‘19
20 BECCA MARGOLIS 5’3 COUNCIL ROCK NORTH/LAFAYETTE ‘22
21 GABBI WRIGHT 5’11 CHELTENHAM/KUTZTOWN ‘20
22 ALEX LEADER 5’8 LOWER DAUPHIN/KUTZTOWN ‘20
23 NATALIE KUCOWSKI 6’3 SAINT BASIL/LAFAYETTE ‘21
24 VERONICA CHRIST 5’10 DEL. VALLEY REGIONAL/ELIZABETHTOWN ‘21
33 DEVYNE NEWMAN 5’8 HERNDON HS/SAINT JOS. ‘22
45 ELIZABETH MARSICANO 6’1 ST. ROSE HS/SAINT JOS. ‘22

TEAM ROYAL

4   LAUREN FORTESCUE 5’6 PLYMOUTH-WHITEMARSH/SALISBURY ‘22
5   KYLIE WEBB 5’7 BOYERTOWN AREA SENIOR HS/SALISBURY ‘22
10 LAURA VETTER 5’5 LANSDALE CATHOLIC/HOOD COLLEGE ‘21
11 EMMA DORSHIMER 5’9 JENKINTOWN/GETTYSBURG ‘19
12 ALLI MARCUS 5’4 BOYERTOWN AREA SENIOR HS/ALBRIGHT ‘21
15 EMILY WALLS 5’8 BAYARD RUSTIN/MORAVIAN ‘19
20 HANNAH FOX 5’7 PENN CHARTER/AMHERST ‘20
22 JESSICA GERBER 5’5 COUNCIL ROCK NORTH/KENYON ‘19
23 MELISSAANN CLARK 5’5 NAZERETH ACAD/NORTHERN VERMONT UNIVERSITY/JOHNSON ‘22
30 MORGAN MATURANI 5’11 HENDERSON/SALISBURY ‘19
34 RACHEL RYAN 6’1 ACADEMY OF NOTRE DAME/SALISBURY ‘20
35 ALLISON DIENES 6’1 DOWNINGTOWN EAST/ALBRIGHT ‘21
                                   COACH: STEVE FLYNN

TEAM SKY BLUE

4   ANNA TASSARI 5’8 OAKLAND CATH/ARCADIA ‘21
5   COURTNEY HOFFMAN 5’5 ST. HUBERT’S/ARCADIA ‘20
10 JOELLE BRIDGES 5’4 SPRINGSIDE/ARCADIA ‘22
12 TAYLOR DUNN 5’10 CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH/ARCADIA ‘20
14 SAMI FALENCKI 5’3 SOUDERTON/ARCADIA ‘22
21 HALLE ROBINSON 5’8 MARPLE NEWTOWN/ARCADIA ‘22
23 EDEN MILLER 5’8 MANHEIM TWSHP/ARCADIA ‘22
24 ANNA SPASCHAK 5’4 SOUTHERN REGIONAL/ARCADIA ‘21
25 ISABELLA O’HARE 5’6 MARLBORO/ARCADIA’22
30 JAMIE MANZO 5’10 CHEROKEE/ARCADIA ‘20
31 HALEY STILL 5’6 NEW OXFORD/ARCADIA’21
32 CAMILLE MENNS WARDLAW+HARTRIDGE/ARCADIA ‘19
33 TAYLOR FRITZ 5’10 PHILA ACAD CHARTER/ARCADIA ‘21