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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.

Friday, July 17, 2015

Philly Summer League: Pink and Gold Win to Set Up Showdown of Unbeatens

By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguru

The battle of the unbeaten frontrunners is set for Tuesday night after defending champion Gold and Pink, which is primarily Division III Scranton, turned aside their last obstacles Thursday night to remain with a clean slate, each at 9-0, in the Philadelphia/Suburban Women’s NCAA Summer Basketball League.

Gold had the tougher night of the with a narrow 65-60 win over Purple (5-5), also known as Division II USciences, as Jasmine Elum, a 2012 graduate of Bethune-Cookman out of Bodine High, scored 21 points, Alex Smith, a 2014 Holy Cross grad out of the Peddie School, scored 14 points, and Lauren Crisler, an American U. junior out of North Penn, scored 12.

Sarah Abbonizio, targeted for 2020 graduation out of Episcopal Academy, scored 13 points, Laura Trisch, a Devils sophomore out of Archbishop Wood, had three 3-pointers on the way to 11 points, and Colleen Walsh, a Devils junior out of the Shipley School, exactly mirrored Walsh’s performance.

Despite the loss, Purple, which will serve Tuesday’s bye on the 12-game schedule in the 13-team league, held fifth while falling to .500, two games behind Neon Green (7-2) and Maroon (7-2), also known as Division II West Chester, which also won.

However, since Purple can only tie the two above them record-wise, they would lose the deadlock in either three-way or two-way ties since Purple lost to both of them.

Pink, meanwhile, had one of the easier games against Orange (1-8) this summer, winning 69-48 as Sarah Fairbanks, a Saint Joseph’s junior out of Elizabethtown, scored 18 points, while Jaclyn Gantz, a Scranton senior out of Haverford, scored 12 points, and Julia Gantz, a Bloomsburg freshman out of Archbishop Carroll, scored 11 points.

Orange, which math-wise is still alive but barely as the regular season has but three nights left, got 11 points each from Laura Rothfeld, a Salisbury junior out of UpperDublin, and Emma Dorshimer, a Gettysburg freshman out of Jenkintown. Lindsey Kelly, a Nazareth senior out of Central Bucks East, also scored in double figures with 10 points.

On a night in which three key games will be played at the same time in the stretch drive for the eight playoff spots and seeding, the Gold-Pink showdown will be on Court 3 Tuesday at 8:1`````5 p.m. at Kelly Bolish Gym, home of the AAU Renegades in Hatboro, Pa., in lower Bucks County.

The Guru, by the way, was not on the scene but rather in New York for a WNBA East showdown between the winning host Liberty and the Connecticut Sun with the league All-Star game one week away, to be played next Saturday afternoon at the Mohegan Sun near New London, Conn.

Because all the upper teams in the standings won, the bottom portion moved to a tighter logjam, though despite four different sets of ties after Thursday, including a three-way, things are not in terrible shape as they were when they finished last summer with the six-way deadlock.

But there could still be a bunch of deadlock-breaking action on July 28 after the last shot of the regular season goes off.

Purple finishes with Black, also known as Division II Philadelphia U., part of the three-way sixth place tie a half-game back, on Thursday and then against winless Royal Blue (0-10), also known as Penn State-Abington, which has been eliminated.

Purple and Black meet in the winter as part of the local membership in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference.

Royal Blue did not have the required number of players for its opening tip Thursday and thus forfeited to Black, 2-0, which probably would have won anyway as a strong favorite. Royal Blue finishes by playing Neon Green Tuesday, then with taking a bye Thursday and then the Purple game in which it would also be a strong underdog.

There was another forfeit, with more impact, as Red (4-6), which is in 10th place at 4-6 a half-game behind the teams in front, gained a forfeit by Forest Green (3-6), a costly setback, since the squad, in an 11th-place tie with Kelly Green is now a full game behind the sixth-place trio, who at the moment occupy the last available playoff spots.

Kelly Green, which lost 72-48 to Neon Green, and Forest Green go head-to-head Tuesday night on Court 3 at 7 p.m. before the first-place showdown. Then Kelly Green finishes with Sapphire Blue and Pink, while Forest Green is slated to meet Orange and Maroon.

With Red sidelined, the spectators were deprived on seeing Red’s Chelsea Woods, the Saint Joseph’s sophomore who has been lighting up the nets.

In Neon Green’s win over Kelly Green, Villanova sophomore Alex Louin out of Mt. St. Joseph’s scored 18 points, while the Wildcats junior Megan Quinn out of Episcopal Academy scored 16 points.

Incidentally the Nova duo’s teammate Caroline Coyer, who has played in the summer league in the past, is currently a member of the USA Pan Am team, the top collegiate squad in international competition this summer, which got started in the games Thursday night in Toronto with a hard-fought win over Brazil.

UConn’s Breanna Stewart, the top collegiate star in the nation, is on the USA squad being coached by Iowa’s Lisa Bluder.

Meanwhile, to also help Neon Green stay deadlocked for third with Maroon, Maureen Leahy, a Bryant senior out of Cardinal O’Hara, scored 16 points while Samantha Stipa, a Lafayette sophomore out of Spring-Ford, whose new collegiate coach is Women’s Basketball Hall of Famer Theresa Grentz, scored nine points.

Carolyne Heston, a 2014 Division II Holy Family grad out of Villa Jos. Marie, scored 10 for Kelly Green while Saint Joseph’s junior Amanda Fioravanti scored eight points as did Megan Gallagher, a 2014 DeSales grad out of St. Basil Academy.

In the only other of four games played because of the two forfeits, Maroon (7-2) kept pace with Neon Green for third courtesy of a 74-65 win over Sapphire Blue (4-5), the other team with idle Ash, predominantly Millersville, and Black in the three-way tie for sixth.

Sapphire Blue is composed primarily of East Stroudsburg players so many of Thursday night’s opponents who met in the game cross paths in the winter in the East Division of the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference.

This game also had the only other two players – one on each team – to hit the Guru’s special achievement nightly standard of 20 or more points.

Dallas Ely, a recent West Chester graduate had 23 points fueled by six 3-pointers, for Maroon, while Tori Smick, a junior Golden Rams star out of Woodstown High in South Jersey, scored 18 points, and Jasmen Clark, a WCU senior out of Oley High, had 14 points and three treys.

Sapphire Blue got 20 points from Emily O’Donnell, an Albright senior out of Wiliam Tennent, while Madison Tamburini, an ESU junior out of Archbishop Wood, scored 17 with five 3-pointers from beyond the arc.

If Neon Green, which finishes with Royal Blue, Gold, and Black, finishes tied with Maroon, which finishes with Ash Grey, Pink, and Forest Green, then Neon Green would land the third seed off an earlier head-to-head win over Maroon.

But neither team can fall beyond fourth so basically the top four teams in the final three nights are playing for seed positions and what the semifinal matches would be if they got beyond the quarterfinals, which will be played Thursday, July 30.

The semifinals are set for Tuesday, August 4 with the title game to be played August 6.

Since all the details were covered from Thursday’s action in this section, the recaps will be dispensed since you just read an enhanced version.

But there are more things to discuss.

Breaking the Deadlocks

As mentioned above, there are four sets of ties now in the standings, of which three wre mostly addressed.

For the moment, thoughTuesday will settle 1-2, it could still change despite the outcome off the head-to-head showdown.

But for now, as has been the case for several weeks, Pink is placed No. 1 because of having a win over Neon Green, the best between the two league leaders – Gold and Neon have yet to meet.

After Tuesday, Gold will finish with Neon Green and Sapphire Blue while Pink has Maroon and Kelly Green as its final opponents.

The third-place tie with Neon Green and Maroon was all discussed in the opening segment while also mentioning who those two squads finish out with. Neon Green, as was just said, is holding the third seed off its head-to-head win over Maroon.

Now for more detail on the sixth-place crunch with Black (4-5), Ash Grey (4-5), and Sapphire Blue (4-5). As long as any of them do not drop behind Red, they will make the playoffs.

In the three-way, as last week’s three-way, we set up a mini-league among the trio.

They have not all met each other but Black is 1-0 within the group and bolts to the sixth slot while Ash Grey at 1-1, the next best record, sliding into the seventh seed, followed by 0-1 Sapphire Blue in third and the final playoff spot at eighth.

Finishing out, Black goes head to head with Sapphire Blue Tuesday followed by games against Purple and Neon Green, a tough slate making Tuesday must-win time for the Black/Phila. U. Bunch.

Ash Grey comes out of Thursday’s bye to face Maroon Tuesday, followed by games against Red and Orange.

Sapphire Blue has the Black game before meeting Kelly Green and and Gold.

Red, a half-game behind, faces Orange, Ash and then the bye as may have already been stated in the first section of this post.

The other tie is Forrest Green and Kelly Green in 11th, but still alive for playoffs according to the math. They go head-to-head Tuesday, then Forest Green sees Orange and Maroon while Kelly Green faces Sapphire Blue and Pink after Forest Green.

Orange, clinging to the cliff with its last piece of energy, meets Red Tuesday, as mentioned, followed by Forest Green and Ash Grey.

And that is the skinny for now in the narrative. You have standings skeds, tie-break cumulative games to read below for the rest of the on-going season dialogue.


Standings

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

(Thru Mon., July 20)

*-1-Pink 9-0 -- 543 397 1.000
*-1-%%-Gold 9-0 –- 504 415 1.000
3-%-Neon Green 7-2 2.0 572 483 .778
3-Maroon 7-2 2.0 624 556 .778
5-Purple 5-5 4.5 569 527 .500
6--%-Black 4-5 5.0 428 436 .444
6-&-Ash 4-5 5.0 377 388 .444
6-Sapphire 4-5 5.0 531 536 .444
9-%@-Red 4-6 5.5 538 550 .400
10--@-Forest Green 3-6 6.0 462 522 .333
10-Kelly Green 3-6 6.0 .532 .606 .333
12-Orange 1-8 8.0 527 571 .111
13-@-Royal Blue 0-10 9.5 454 675 .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

Thurs., July 16

Gold 65, Purple 60
Pink 69, Orange 48
Neon Green 72, Kelly Green 48
Maroon 74, Sapphire Blue 65
Red 2, Forest Green 0, forfeit
Black 2, Royal Blue 0, forfeit
Bye: Ash Grey

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

Tues., July 21

7 p.m.

Red (4-6) vs. Orange (1-8), Court 1
Ash (4-5) vs. Maroon (7-2), Court 2
Forest Green (3-6) vs. Kelly Green (3-6), Court 3

8:15 p.m.

Royal Blue (0-10) vs. Neon Green (7-2), Court 1
Black (4-5) vs. Sapphire Blue (4-5), Court 2
Gold (9-0) vs. Pink (9-0), 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-Dallas Ely, Maroon (W), vs. Sapphire Blue – July 16
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-Jasmine Elum, Gold (W), vs. Purple (L) – July 16
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 (L), vs. Maroon (W) – July 16
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 (9-0) vs. NG (W), Red (W), SB (W), RB(W), FG(W), Black (W), Purple (W), A(W), O (W)
Gold (9-0) vs. O (W), RB (W), vs. M (W), Ash (W-*F), KG(W), FG(W), Red (W-*F), Black (W), Pur(W)

%-Neon Gr. (7-2) vs. Pnk(L), M(W), FG (W), Ash (W-*F), Red(W), Purp (L), SB(L-2OT), O (W-Ovt.), KG(W)
Maroon (7-2) vs. KG (W), NG (L), G(L).O(W), Black (W), RB(W), Red(W), Purple (W), SB (W)

Purple (5-5) vs. FG (W), KG (W), A(W), SB(W), Red (L), O(W), NG(L), Pink (L), M(L), Gold (L)

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

Red (4-6) vs. Blk (L), Pink (L), RB(W),KG(W), Purp(W), NG(L), M(L), Gold (L-*F), SB(L), FG(W-*F)

@-Forest Green (3-6) vs. Purp (L), Ash (L), NG(L),B(W), SB(W),Pink(L),Gold (L), RB(W), Red (L-*F)
Kelly Green (3-6) vs. M (L), Purp (L),Red(L), Gold(L),Black(W), Ash (L), O(W), RB(W), NG (L)

Orange (1-8) vs. Gold (L), SB (L), B(L),M(L), RB(W),Purple(L), KG(L), NG(L), Pink (L)
Royal Blue (0-10) vs. Ash (L), Gold (L), Red (L),Pink(L), O(L),M(L), SB(L), FG(L), KG(L), Black(L-*F)

*-Forfeit win or loss

#-Pink beat Neon Green%-Neon Green beat Maroon head to head

^-Black 1-0 in 3-way tie with Ash Grey and Sapphire
$-Ash 1-1 next best record in 3-way, $-Sapphire Blue 0-1 in same triple tie.
@-In two-way with Forest Green and Kelly Green, both beat Black for best win but both lost to Ash then Forest Green has win over Sapphire Blue.

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