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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.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Philly Summer League: Megan Quinn's 26 Rescues Neon Green While Pink and Gold Clinch Playoffs

By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguru

HATBORO, Pa. --
Villanova junior Megan Quinn out of Episcopal Academy scored an evening high 26 points to help Neon Green gain a 72-66 win in overtime against a tough Orange squad Tuesday night to stay tied for third with Maroon (6-2), two games behind the unbeaten leading tandem of Pink (8-0) and defending champion Gold (8-0) in the Philadelphia/Suburban Women’s NCAA Summer Basketball League in lower Bucks County.

A 56-38 Pink victory over Ash Grey (4-5) and a rugged 61-56 Gold win over Black (3-5), also known as the Division II Philadelphia University squad, clinched two of the eight playoff spots in the 13-team league that plays three doubleheaders Tuesday and Thursday nights at Kelly Bolish Gym, home of the AAU Renegades.

Of the Steve Flynn-coached Orange squad (1-7), primarily Division III players who are alums of Bucks County high schools, one could use the phrase that in competition this season, though mired in 12th place just ahead of winless Royal Blue (0-9), which is primarily Penn State-Abington, Orange could be the best 1-7 squad around.

The cumulative scoring points and defensive points allowed that are kept for each team in the standings by longtime commissioner David Kessler shows a swing of just 23 points or a 2.9 total points average differential in its eight games giving Orange a slim 59.8-62.7 average scores to date.

Veteran Neon Green coach Ted Hagedorn, whose squad lost a tough overtime upset to Sapphire Blue, also known as the Division II East Stroudsburg group, last Thursday night, tipped his hat to Orange after their narrow escape.

For the uneducated on the league, by the way, D-2 and D-3 squads can stay in tact but NCAA certification rules stipulate only a max of two Division I players from a school can be together except for allowances for alumni and incoming freshmen who have not enrolled.

Meanwhile, Maroon (6-2), also primarily known as Division II West Chester, kept pace with Neon Green by gaining a narrow 68-63 win over Purple (5-4), also known as Division II USciences, which got 20 points from Micah Morgan out of Delaware’s Caravel Academy.

Purple, which earlier in the day had the USciences part of the roster named by the NCAA as one of the Top 10 Division II academic performing schools in terms of team grade point average last winter, managed to hold fifth place despite the loss and stay a half-game ahead of Sapphire Blue (4-4), which made it to .500 courtesy of a narrow 70-65 win over Red (3-6) as Emily O’Donnell, an Albright College senior out of William Tennent, scored 20 points.

In the same game, Saint Joseph’s sophomore Chelsea Woods of Red continued her torrid scoring pace by matching Neon Green’s 26 from Megan Quinn.

Woods has had the season-high 32 points in one performance and has also finished with 31 points in another game, three others with 28 and one with 26.

She was idled one extra night besides the one-game bye each team serves, when Red forfeited a game because of a lack of enough players when the opening tipoff arrived.

How costly that might have been has yet to be determined but a series of close losses has dropped Red into 11th place a half-game behind a three-way eighth-place logjam among Forest Green (3-5), which was idle, Black, and Kelly Green (3-5), which rode a 73-52 win over Royal Blue into the deadlock.

In that game, Saint Joseph’s junior Amanda Fioravanti had the night’s other 20-plus point performance with 23.

Looking Ahead

Gold and Pink each have one game remaining until their collision Tuesday night at 8:15 p.m. on Court 3. On Thursday, Gold will face Purple at 7 o’clock while Pink faces Orange the same time on Court 2.

With the tie-up at the bottom to get one of the last slots after the regular season ends on June 28, a critical game has Red meeting Forest Green at 8:15 p.m. on Court 1 so actually at that hour three key games will be occurring at together.

Breaking The Ties

First, the standings and tie-breaking season-long cumulative quick glance at the outcomes for each team at the bottom of this post all have footnotes to explain such extra happenings as forfeit wins and losses, overtimes, and the decisive tie-breaks.

But since the last element is what this section is about, let’s go to the board.

At the moment, there are three different deadlocked positions of which the first two are the same as last week with same deal breakers for seeding slots if the season had just ended.

Since Pink and Gold have yet to meet, then best win comes into play and since Neon Green has remained an upper standings squad, Pink’s season-opening win over NG on June 16 places them in the top place for now.

As mentioned Neon Green and Maroon are tied for third and this one is decided the good old fashioned first procedure way with Neon Green getting the upper nod off a head-to-head win over Maroon.

Now, for the first time this season in the stretch drive we have a multiple three-way tie, this one for eighth, obviously the last playoff spot, among Forest Green (3-5), Kelly Green (3-5), and Black (3-5), all, by the way, a half-game above Red (3-6).

For now, also, the bottom two teams are technically alive but maybe for not much longer.

So the first order of business in the three-way is to create a common mini-standings and Black already lost to both so at 0-2 drops to the 10th seed.

Kelly Green and Forest Green have not played yet, that happens Tuesday, 7 p.m. on Court 3, so at 1-0, we go back to best win between the two – a standard that can change as standings change.

Forest Green gets the eighth spot for now based on a win over Sapphire Blue, which has made it to sixth.

Now, as a public service from the Guru, there’s no need yet to delve into the upper portion of the standings since everything has pretty much been spoken to and all have three or four games left.

But for the foursome we are discussing, it goes like this: Red has three remaining games left while all the other three teams above it each have four.

Black has a tough road because after Thursday’s game with Royal Blue, they will be underdogs against their final rivals of Sapphire Blue, perhaps close to a toss-up, Purple, who they see in the winter in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference, and Neon Green.

Kelly Green's slate is almost as tough, with the aforementioned Forest Green matchup that comes after meeting Neon Green on Thursday night at 7 p.m. on Court 3. The final two games are against Sapphire Blue, a tossup, and Pink, a decided underdog situation.

Forest Green, also predominantly the Division II Holy Family squad, has the Red game to start followed by Kelly Green, so the first two are considered a must, and then finishes out with Orange and Maroon, which will also be fighting for a seed or playoff berth.

Red, after the Forest Green game, an equal must on its side, then meets Orange and Ash, perhaps being in the best shape compared to the others if it can sweep, which is not outrageous.

Recaps

All have been mentioned to some degree above but let’s get a little more specific to give the players their due.

Gold 61, Black 55: Saint Joseph’s sophomore Adashia Franklyn, recently arrived after summer school, had 15 points for Gold as did Jasmine Elum, a 2012 Bethune-Cookman grad out of Bodine High. Alex Smith, a 2014 Holy Cross grad out of the Peddie School, was also in double figures with 10 points.

Jacquelin McCarron, a Phila. U. senior out of Lansdale Catholic, scored 11 for Black, Alynna Williams, a targeted 2021 Rams grad out of Plymouth Whitemarsh, score eight, as did Rachel Day, a Rams sophomore out of Archbishop Wood, and Erin Rafter, a a Rams freshman out of Washington Township in South Jersey, scored seven.

Pink 56, Ash Grey 38: Sarah Fairbanks, a Sant Joseph’s senior on the predominantly Division III Scranton squad, scored 17, while Johanna McMillian, a UNC Wilmington sophomore out of the Sanford school, scored 11, and Sarah Payonk, a Scranton junior out of Spring-Ford, scored 8.

Ash is composed predominantly of Millersville players and got eight from Jessica Gerber, actually a Kenyon freshman out of Council Rock North, seven from Alex Stam, a senior out of Cardinal O’Hara, and six each from Tyisha White, a senior from Octorara High, and Kendra Bamberger, a sophomore.

Kelly Green 73, Royal Blue 52: Behind the 23 from Fioravanti, four 3-pointers from Kaitlyn Kelly, a DeSales sophomore from Pennsbury, accounted for all her points, while Jazmin Horn, a Saint Joseph’s junior from Seattle, Wash,m and Mary Ellen McCollum, a 2014 Holy Family graduate out of St. Basil, each scored nine points.

Royal Blue’s Maggie Locke, a Holy Cross freshman out of Spring-Ford, scored 17, Jiana Clark, a PSU-Abington junior out of Cheltenham, scored 13, and Elizabeth Jones, a sophomore from the same college out of St. Hubert, scored 12.

Sapphire Blue 70, Red 65: Behind O’Donnell’s 20 for the winners, previously mentioned, Melissa Poderis, an ESU senior out of Villa Jos. Marie, scored 12, and Michelle Boggs, an ESU senior from Springside, scored 10.

Besides the big night from Woods, Saint Joseph’s senior Ciara Andrews from Cheltenham, scored 16, and Natalye Lee, a Kutztown senior from Rancocas Valley in Jersey, scored eight.

Maroon 68, Purple 63: These two teams have met in winter non-conference competition. Dallas Ely, a recent West Chester grad, scored 14 for the winning Maroon squad, while Brittany Sicinski, a Golden Rams senior out of Downingtown West, scored 13, and Jasmen Clark, another WCU senior, and Mariah Powell, a WCU senior out of Bayard Rustin High, each scored 11.

Besides the 20 from Purple’s Morgan, the next high scorer was USciences’ 2020 graduate Sarah Abbonizio out of Episcopal with nine points.

Neon Green 72, Orange 66, ovt.: In rallying from a double-digit deficit, after the 26 from the Wildcats’ Quinn, Samantha Stipa, a Lafayette sophomore out of Spring-Ford, scored 18, and Sarah Sherman, a Juniata junior out of Methacton, launch three 3-pointers for all nine of her points.

Orange got 16 from Emma Dorshimer, a Gettysburg freshman from Jenkintown, 10 from Lauren Rothfeld, a Salisbury junior from Upper Dublin, and nine from Lindsey Kelly, a Nazareth College senior from Central Bucks East.

Those are the games. Everything else you need to known right to the title game, for what we known at the moment, can be found straight below.

Standings

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

(Thru Wed., July 15)

*-1-Pink 8-0 -- 474 349 1.000
*-1-%%-Gold 8-0 –- 439 355 1.000
3-%-Neon Green 6-2 2.0 500 435 .750
3-Maroon 6-2 2.0 550 491 .750
5-Purple 5-4 3.5 509 462 .556
6-Sapphire 4-4 4.0 466 462 .500
7-&-Ash 4-5 4.5 377 388 .444
8--Forest Green 3-5 5.0 463 520 .375
8-Kelly 3-5 5.0 484 534 .375
8--Black 3-5 5.0 426 436 .375
11-@-Red 3-6 5.5 536 550 .333
12-Orange 1-7 7.0 479 502 .125
13-Royal Blue 0-9 8.5 454 673 .000

%%-Includes 2 forfeit 2-0 wins
%-includes 1 forfeit 2-0 win
&-includes 2 forfeit 0-2 losses
@-includes 1 forfeit 0-2 loss
*-Clinched playoff berth


Season Results

Tues., July 14

Neon Green 72, Orange 66, ovt.
Gold 61, Black 55
Pink 56, Ash Grey 38
Sapphire Blue 70, Red 65
Maroon 68, Purple 63
Kelly Green 73, Royal Blue 52
Bye: Forest Green

Thurs., July 9

Sapphire Blue 70, Neon Green, 2 ovt.
Gold 2, Red 0, forfeit
Pink 34, Purple 31
Forest Green 79, Royal Blue 54
Black 54, Ash 43
Kelly Green 67, Orange 62
Bye: Maroon

Tues., July 7

Pink 52, Black 42
Gold 72, Forest Green 56
Neon Green 72, Purple 60
Maroon 68, Red 63
Ash Grey 74, Kelly Green 68
Sapphire Blue 58, Royal Blue 41
Bye: Orange

Thurs., July 2

Maroon 67, Royal Blue 51
Ash 56, Sapphire Blue 59
Pink 60, Forest Green 56
Kelly Green 68, Black 51
Neon Green 75, Red 73
Purple 63, Orange 56
Bye: Gold

Tues., June 30

Red 60, Purple 47
Orange 89, Royal Blue 43
Gold 76, Kelly Green 60
Maroon 67, Black 48
Forest Green 60, Sapphire Blue 54
Neon Green 2, Ash 0, forfeit
Bye: Pink

Thurs, June 25

Maroon 77, Orange 56
Purple 59, Sapphire Blue 54
Red 94 , Kelly Green 64
Gold 2, Ash 0, forfeit
Pink 87, Royal Blue 31
Bye: Neon Green

Tues., June 23

Black 49, Orange 47
Neon Green 91, Forest Green 42
Purple 59, Ash 31
Red 89, Royal Blue 84
Gold 87, Maroon 84
Pink 54, Sapphire Blue 49
Bye: Kelly Green

Thurs, June 18

Gold 70, Royal Blue 57
Ash 74, Forest Green 67
Sapphire Blue 62, Orange 60
Neon Green 69, Maroon 60
Pink 67, Red 50
Purple 66, Kelly Green 40
Bye: Black

Tues, June 16

Maroon 59, Kelly Green 54
Gold 69, Orange 43
Black 73, Red 42
Pink 64, Neon Green 52
Purple 61, Forest Green 47
Ash 61, Royal Blue 41
Bye: Sapphire Blue

Looking Ahead

Thurs., July 16

7 p.m.

Black (3-5) vs. Royal Blue (0-9), Court 1
Gold (8-0) vs. Purple (5-4), Court 2
Kelly Green (3-5) vs. Neon Green (6-2), Court 3

8:15 p.m.

Red (3-6) vs. Forest Green (3-5) , Court 1
Pink (8-0) vs. Orange (1-7) , Court 2
Maroon (6-2) vs. Sapphire Blue (4-4) , Court 3

Bye: Ash

Tues., July 21

7 p.m.

Red vs. Orange, Court 1
Ash vs. Maroon, Court 2
Forest Green vs. Kelly Green, Court 3

8:15 p.m.

Royal Blue vs. Neon Green, Court 1
Black vs. Sapphire Blue, Court 2
Gold vs. Pink, Court 3

Bye: Purple

Thurs., July 23

7 p.m.

Ash vs. Red, Court 1
Forest Green vs. Orange, Court 2
Pink vs. Maroon, Court 3

8:15 p.m.

Black vs. Purple, Court 1
Gold vs. Neon Green, Court 2
Kelly Green vs. Sapphire Blue, Court 3

Bye: Royal Blue

Tues., July 28

7 p.m.

Royal Blue vs. Purple, Court 1
Neon Green vs. Black, Court 2
Gold vs. Sapphire Blue, Court 3

8:15 p.m.

Ash vs. Orange, Court 1
Forest Green vs. Maroon, Court 2
Pink vs. Kelly Green, Court 3

Bye: Red

Regular Season Ends

Playoffs

Quarterfinals

Thurs., July 30


7 p.m.

Seed 8 vs. Seed 1, Court 1
Seed 6 vs. Seed 3, Court 2

8:15 p.m.

Seed 7 vs. Seed 2, Court 1
Seed 5 vs. Seed 4, Court 2

Tues., Aug. 4

Semifinals


Court 1

7 p.m.

Highest Quarterfinal Seed Survivor vs. Lowest Quarterfinal Seed Survivor

8:15 p.m.

Remaining Quarterfinal Survivors vs. Each Other

Thurs., Aug. 6

Championship


Court 1

7 p.m.

Semifinals Survivors vs. Each Other

Scoring 20 Points or More

32-Chelsea Woods, Red (L) vs. Maroon (W) – July 7
31-Dallas Ely, Maroon (W) vs. Royal Blue (L) – July 2
31-Chelsea Woods, Red (W) vs. Kelly Green (L) – June 25
30- Megan Quinn, Neon Green (W), vs. Forest Green (L) - June 23
30-Maureen Leahy, Neon Green (W), vs. Forest Green (L) –June 23
29-Megan Quinn, Neon Green (L-2ovt> vs. Sapphire Blue (W), July 9
28-Chelsea Woods, Red (L), vs. Neon Green (W) – July 2
28- Chelsea Woods, Red (W), vs. vs. Royal Blue (L) – June 23
28-Chelsea Woods, Red (L), vs. Pink (W) – June 18
26-Chelsea Woods, Red (L) vs. Sapphire Blue (W) – July 14
26-Megan Quinn, Neon Green (W) vs. Orange (L-Ovt) – July 14

25-Megan Quinn, Neon Green (W), vs. Red (L) – July 2
25-Tori Smick, Maroon (L) vs. Gold (W) – June 23
25-Ashley Wood, Gold (W) vs Orange (L) – June 16
25-Alex Louin, Neon Green (W) vs Maroon (L) – June 18
24-Amanda Fioravanti, Kelly Green (W) vs. Orange (L) – July 9
24-Jasmine Elum, Gold (W) vs. Forest Green (L) – July 7
24-Jasmine Elum, Gold (W) vs. Kelly Green (L) – June 30
24-Sarah Fairbanks, Pink (W) vs. Red (L) – June 18
24-Tyniqua Henderson, Royal Blue (L) vs. Gold (W) – June 18

23-Amanda Fioravanti, Kelly Green (W) vs.Royal Blue (L) – July 14
23-Mackenzie Carroll, Orange (W) vs. Royal Blue (L) – June 25
23-Lauren Crisler, Gold (W) vs. Maroon (L) – June 23
22-Sarah Fairbanks, Pink (W) vs. Forest Green (L) – July 2
22-Alex Thomas, Purple (W) vs. Sapphire Blue (L) – June 25
22-Micah Morgan, Purple (W), vs. Kelly Green (L) – June 18
21-Alex Louin, Neon Green (W), vs. Purple (L) – July 7
21-Aunjel Van Brakle, Ash (W), vs. Kelly Green (W) – July 7
21-Chelsea Woods, Red (W) vs. Purple (L) – June 25
21 – Sarah Payonk, Pink (W) vs. Royal Blue (L) – June 25
21-Natalya Lee, Red (W), vs. Royal Blue (L) – June 23
21-Alex Louin, Neon Green (W), vs. Forest Green (L) –June 23
21-Lauren Crisler, Gold (W) vs. Royal Blue – June 18

20-Emily O’Donnell, Sapphire Blue (W) vs. Red (L) – July 14
20-Micah Morgan 20, Purple (L) vs. Maroon (W) – July 14
20-Samantha Stipa, Neon Green (W), vs. Red (L) – July 2
20-Maggie Locke, Royal Blue (L) vs. Orange (W) – June 25
20-Mary Ellen McCollum, Kelly Green (L) vs, Red (L) – June 25
20-Margaret Melham, Red (W) vs. Royal Blue (L) – June 23
20-Brittany Sicinski, Maroon (L) vs. Gold (W) – June 23

Tie-Break Tracker

#-Pink (8-0) vs. NG (W), Red (W), SB (W), RB(W), FG(W), Black (W), Purple (W), A(W)
Gold (8-0) vs. O (W), RB (W), vs. M (W), Ash (W-*F), KG(W), FG(W), Red (W-*F), Black (L)

%-Neon Gr. (6-2) vs. Pnk(L), M(W), FG (W), Ash (W-*F), Red(W), Purp (L), SB(L-2OT), O (W-Ovt.)
Maroon (6-2) vs. KG (W), NG (L), G(L).O(W), Black (W), RB(W), Red(W), Purple (W)

Purple (5-4) vs. FG (W), KG (W), A(W), SB(W), Red (L), O(W), NG(L), Pink (L), M(L)
Sapphire Blue (4-4) O(W), Pink(L),Purp(L), FG(L), Ash(L), RB(W), NG (W-2OT), Red(W)
Ash (4-5) vs. RB (W), FG (W), Purple (L), Gold (L-*F), NG(L-*F), SB(W), KG(W), Black (L), Pnk(L)

^-Forest Green (3-5) vs. Purp (L), Ash (L), NG(L),B(W), SB(W),Pink(L),Gold (L), RB(W)
^-Kelly Green (3-5) vs. M (L), Purp (L),Red(L), Gold(L),Black(W), Ash (L), O(W), RB(W)
$-Black (3-5) vs. Red (W), O (W), FG(L), M(L), KG(L), Pink (L), Ash (W), Gold (L)

Red (3-6) vs. Blk (L), Pink (L), RB(W),KG(W), Purp(W), NG(L), M(L), Gold (L-*F), SB(L)
Orange (1-7) vs. Gold (L), SB (L), B(L),M(L), RB(W),Purple(L), KG(L), NG(L)
Royal Blue (0-9) vs. Ash (L), Gold (L), Red (L),Pink(L), O(L),M(L), SB(L), FG(L), KG(L)

*-Forfeit win or loss

#-Pink beat Neon Green
%-Neon Green beat Maroon head to head
^-Forest Green 1-0 in 3-way tie, beat Sapphire Blue, Kelly Green 1-0 next best record
$-Black in 3-way tie, lost to both Forest Green and Sapphire Blue to go 0-2.

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