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.

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Philly Women's Summer Basketball League: Forest Green and Royal Blue Stay Unbeaten at 4-0

Updated Wednesday/pre-Thursday to reflect some number adjustments and additional scorers to be in synch with the commissioner's official newsletter of the night.

By Bob Heller and Mel Greenberg (@womhoopsguru)

HATBORO, Pa. –  As they say in racing of all sorts, human, auto, or animal, the 11-game summer schedule of the Philadelphia/Suburban Women’s NCAA-Certified Summer Basketball League passed the first quarter turn Tuesday night with four games completed by each of the 12 teams and if the regular season had just ended. there would be a clear eight teams for the playoffs that will begin with quarterfinal action July 27.

How they would be seeded is a different story and the standings heading into Thursday’s action at Kelly Bolish Gym, home of the AAU Renegades here, reflect that positioning prior to the July 4 break next Tuesday with, of course, one more turn of the dial to come this week.

But, of course, things are still uneven, a ton of head-to-head battles to reshuffle the deck are still to be played, though hopefully on the final night the Guru won’t be facing the nightmare of several years ago breaking and seeding what was a six-way tie stretching through ten spots to eliminate two teams and set up the pairings for the rest.

Because of the seasonal tracker, which is way down below, the job got done in 20 minutes.

Meanwhile, unlike last Thursday, nothing went to the wire Tuesday night and only four players reached the Guru’s nightly citation of scoring 20 or more points ( point are all that’s all that’s kept for you stat freaks about to ask the question).

The Saint Joseph’s senior duo of Amanda Fioravanti and Chelsea Woods continued to attack the basket on separate squads, hitting the standard a perfect four-for-four nights with Fioravanti scoring a league season-high 41 points in yet another loss for White, which is normally among the frontrunners, and Woods, the Cheltenham grad who dominated the league last summer, scoring 30 for Electric Green, which made it to .500 at 2-2.

Mia Hopkins, a senior and Pittston-Area grad on the Forest Green/West Chester squad, who hit the mark once this season, scored 20 in the battle of the unbeatens 61-48 win over the Orange/Holy Family squad.

A fourth player, Pennridge grad Lydia Konstanzer, reached the mark the first time this season as a sophomore on the Sun/Ursinus squad, which got to .500.

Just two teams are now unbeaten, Forest Green, and the Royal Blue/Kutztown squad, which stayed perfect with an 83-45 win over the Pink/Penn State-Abington squad.

Pink might have one more point, in which case the Guru will update.

The combination of longtime commissioner David Kessler unable to send summaries this way due to an internet problem st his end and our co-author admitting he had some trouble reading his own handwriting compiling the recaps left that fact as the only thing in doubt and so hopefully you are all reading the overnight report in a timely manner.

Just one game behind the leaders tied for second are Maroon/USciences, which has won three straight, and Orange, falling off the unbeaten pile as referenced.

Next comes a four-way deadlock for fifth at 2-2 among Black/Phila. U, Sky Blue, Electric Green, and SkyBlue/Ursinus, and how they line up is in the tie-break section below.

Though out of the playoff fence for the moment but just one game behind, White and Pink sit at 1-3, followed by Red/Chestnut Hill and Purple/Delaware, who play each other a week from Thursday with one of them at least bound to hit the victory column by then.

Looking Ahead

On Thursday, just ahead of the holiday break, the featured action will be at 7 p.m. when Forest Green at 4-0 will meet Maroon at 3-1 on Court 2, while at the same time on Court 3 Royal Blue at 4-0 will meet Orange at 3-1.

One of the three nightcaps of the three sets of doubleheaders, played at 8:15 p.m. features Black at 2-2 facing White, trying to avoid further mayhem, now fighting from 1-3.

Everyone else will basically be playing to solidify themselves from falling further behind and at the same time attempt to move up.

Breaking Ties

As mentioned, no need to feel the pressure yet, though some teams’ windows are starting to narrow toward shut, but here is how the standings were affixed following Tuesday’s games.

Forest Green and Sky Blue are both unbeaten and Forest Green was placed first, having the best win of the two by beating Orange. Again, all this is for this time around in which not all things are equal.

In the two-way tie for third, Maroon has a better win beating Black than Orange, though both are 3-1.

In the four-way tie, multiples are placed in a mythical league of their own and while not everyone of the four played each other, Sky Blue was placed fifth at 1-0, then Electric Green and Black, though both 1-1 among the four, Electric Green is sixth off a head-to-head win over Black, which is seventh, because Sun/Ursinus is 1-2.

As for the ninth-place tie between White and Pink at 1-3, White is ninth off a best win, beating Black above, though the two in the tie have yet to meet. Purple and Red, both winless, have no determining factors for placement so alphabetical order ruled between the two for 11rth and 12th.

Before handing the recap-portion over to Bob Heller and then returning to the remaining data, the Guru wishes all a happy Fourth since he will be out of pocket Thursday night up at the Mohegan Sun at the WNBA game between the Connecticut Sun and Seattle Storm.

However, the Guru will still be on the case to assemble Bob’s file and his own summaries here on the overnight from Uncasville, near New London, and returning back down to the area on Friday.

And we may have some new news of note to be official heading into next Thursday so stay tuned.

Ok, here’s Bob.

Forest Green 61, Orange 48

Team Forest Green, with seven of their 11 players hailing from West Chester University turned up the defense and limited Team Orange (six players from holy Family University) to just 17 second half points as they remained undefeated with a 61-48 win.

WCU senior Mia Hopkins led all scorers with 20 points while recent University of Tampa grad out of Red Lion High School, Jennifer Horvatinovic added 13 points. 

Ithaca University junior and Episcopal Academy graduate Meghan Pickell paced Team Orange with 13 points while Liz Radley, a Bishop Eustace grad out of South Jersey scored 8 points.

Deadlocked at 15-15 at the end of one quarter, Hopkins and Horvatinovic keyed a 9-3 opening flourish in the second quarter as Forest Green jumped out to a 24-18 advantage.  Orange kept the score close never trailing by more than six until the final minute of the half when a forest Green forged ahead by eight.

Payton Spadaccino’s three point basket in the final seconds of the half closed the gap to five 36-31 at the break.

Orange knocked down a three-ball to open the third quarter, cutting the deficit to two points before Forest Green ran off five straight points to boost their lead to seven 41-34.

Baskets by Pickell and Courtney Truede, a Lycoming sophomore out of Washington Township in South Jersey, pulled the Orange squad within three at 41-38 but Forest Green closed out the quarter with an 8-2 flourish to lead by nine entering the final ten minutes of action.

Forest Green put the game out of reach with a 12-2 run to open the fourth quarter with Hopkins scoring seven of the 12 points, taking a 61-42 lead.  Orange scored the final six points of the game to make the final margin 13 at 61-48.  Forest Green improves to 4-0 while Orange drops to 3-1.

 Sky Blue 77, White 70

Despite a 41-point effort from St. Joseph’s senior Amanda Fiorvanti, Team White suffered their third consecutive loss, falling to Team Sky Blue 77-70.

Erin Lindahl, an Emory sophomore and Germantown Academy graduate, led four Sky players in double figures with 16 points.

Taylor Dunn, a Catholic U sophomore out of Central Bucks South, added 14 points including three three-point field goals while Olivia Gorman, a Wesleyan junior besides being another Germantown Academy grad, and Saint Joseph’s incoming freshman Katie Jekot scored 11 and 10 points respectively. Jekot connected on two of her attempted three-balls. 

 Fiorvanti was the only player on Team White to reach double figures. However, Briana Winston, an incoming Kean freshman out of Harriton High; Michele McCaughern, a 2012 La Salle grad out of West Chester East; Mary Sheehan, an incoming Saint Joseph's frosh out of Cardinal O'Hara; and Nia Holland. A Lafayette junior out of the Shipley School, each scored six points.

The first 12 minutes of action saw a total of eight lead changes with white holding no more than a three-point lead for the remaining eight minutes of the half and taking a 32-30 lead at the break.

Baskets by Lindahl, Gorman and Dunn to open the third quarter produced the ninth lead change of the game and a 36-32 advantage for Team Sky Blue.

White kept Sky Blue within their sights and used a 13-8 advantage to take a 45-44 lead with just under five minutes left in the third quarter.  The two teams exchanged baskets and a one point lead until Jekot’s three-pointer put Sky up by two 49-47.

 After a bucket from Fiorvanti tied the game again at 49-49, Sky Blue went on a 13-0 run, capped by a Lindahl 3-ball to take a 62-49 lead with just under a minute to play in the quarter.  Fiorvanti’s traditional three-point play made it a ten point game 62-52 entering the final quarter.

Sky Blue’s lead oscillated between 10 and 12 points for the first five minutes of the fourth quarter before a bucket from White’s Sheehan at the 4:11 mark cut the gap to eight at 74-66.

A defensive hold and a basket by Fiorvanti made it a two possession game at 74-68 with just 2:24 left.  Sky Blue added three free throws on their next two possessions to lead 77-68.

Holland’s basket with 1:15 to go provided the final points for White, who fall to 1-3 on the season. Sky Blue evens their record at 2-2

Royal Blue 83, Pink 47

 The league’s only other undefeated team, Royal Blue, also known as Kutztown University had no problems dispatching Team Pink, also known as Penn-State Abington, 83-47.

Michaela Clay, a Saint Joseph’s junior in her 2017 summer league debut, led Royal with 16 points along with Karen Lapkiewicz, a Saint Basil grad who had four treys and scored 16.  

Kiki Ferguson from Norristown Area High added 14 points while Sierra Taylor of Camden Catholic chipped in 13.

Royal Blue’s 83 points are the most scored in a game by a team this season.

Shayna Rodriguez, an Archbishop Ryan grad, led Team Pink with 15 points, aided by five treys, while Sydney Barrow of Valley Forge Military Academy and Bartram High added ten.

A 12-1 run to close out the first quarter gave Royal Blue a 19-11 lead and erased a three-point Pink advantage.  The lead ballooned to 15 points by halftime at 40-25.

Royal scored the first seven points of the third quarter to boost their lead to 22, 47-25 and led 56-35 after three quarters.  Royal continued to dominate in the final period, pulling away for the huge win, 83-45 and remain undefeated at 4-0.  Pink falls to 1-3.

 Maroon 74, Black 50

Team Maroon, also known as University of the Sciences, won their third consecutive game after an opening night loss, defeating Team Black, 74-50 in a battle of two CACC rivals.

The game pitted the league leading offense of Team Black (72 points per game) against the league’s best defensive team;Maroon (allowing just 41.3 points per game).  Maroon improves to 3-1 on the season while Black falls to 2-2.

Maroon, placing four players in double figures and for the second consecutive week, made at least ten three-point field goals.  Alex Thomas led all scorers with 15 points.  Jessica Huber of North Penn High added 14 points (four three-pointers) while Laura Trisch of Archbishop Wood chipped in 11 (two three-pointers).  Irisa Ye, also of North Penn, added ten points.

Caitlyn Cunningham, a Mount St. Joseph’s grad on Philadelphia U., soon to be Jefferson U., was the lone player for Team black to reach double figures, notching 13 points. Ayoola Oguntuase and Beverly Kum out of St. Maria Goretti, each scored nine points, and Sabria Lytes, an incoming freshman from Truman High, scored eight points.

Black held early leads at 4-0 and 6-5 before Maroon closed out the first quarter with a 12-4 flourish to take the lead for good at 17-10.  Huber had a pair of three-balls in that 12-4 run.

Maroon pushed the lead to double digits with a 9-1 run midway through the second quarter and went into the break up by 14 38-24.  They extended their lead to 16 by the end of the third quarter and held Black to just nine fourth quarter points, outscoring their rivals 17-9 in the period to cruise to the 24 point win.

 Sun 70, Purple 50

Team Sun (Ursinus College) took control of the game early in the second quarter and cruised to a 70-50 win over Team Purple to even their record at 2-2.

Lydia Konstanzer led Team Sun with 23 points while Kristen Daley, a two-time defending Ivy champ Penn sophomore, added 16 while Deja Jackson, a Penn junior, and Paulina Boyer, a Bishop Eustace grad out of South Jersey, each scored nine points. 

Team Purple, also known as Delaware Valley University placed three in double figures, led by Ryan alum Brittany Wood’s 15 points.  Courtney Brown, a recent grad of East Stroudsburg and previously Council Rock South, added ten points while Lauren Moretti chipped in 11. Danielle SkedSkedzielewski, a Ryan grad at Del Val, scored nine.

Purple is winless with an 0-4 record.

Trailing by two at the end of one quarter, Sun used a 10-2 run to start the second to take a 22-16 lead, eventually doubling their advantage to 12 39-27 at halftime.  Team Sun increased their lead to 59-43 after three quarters before cruising to a 20-point win, 70-50.

Electric Green 77, Red 63

St. Joseph’s senior Chelsea Woods scored 30 points, aided by four 3-pointers, as Team electric Green cruised to their second win of the season, 77-63 over Team Red (Chestnut Hill College).

Electric Green evens their record a 2-2 while Team Red remains winless at 0-4

Woods’ Hawks senior teammate Jaryn Garner out of Germantown Academy joined her in double figures for the electric Green squad, notching 12 points.  Jessica Gerber, a Kenyon junior out of Council Rock North, and Carley Hamilton, a Muhlenberg junior out of Marple Newton, each scored eight points.

Natalie Kuckowski, a Lafayette freshman and St. Basil grad, led Team Red with 13 points while Avery Marz, a Saint Joseph’s senior out of Wilson High, added 11. Vicki Tumasz, a North Penn grad at Chestnut Hill, just missed scoring double digits with nine points.

The Electric Green squad used a 12-3 flourish late in the first quarter to turn a three-point lead into a double digit one at 24-10

Team Red scored the final five  points of the first quarter and Cassie Sebold’s bucket to open the second made it seven straight for the Red squad, cutting the lead to 24-17.  Buckets by Woods and Garner pushed the lead back up to double digits where it remained the rest of the period.

Trailing by 12 at the break, Team Red opened the third quarter with a 7-4 run to shave the deficit to single digits at 42-33.  Electric Green finished the quarter on an 11-7 run to lead by 15, 55-40 entering the final period.

Woods and Garner hit back-to-back three-pointers to start the fourth quarter, pushing the lead to 19.  Team Red made one last push, producing a 17-5 run to close within nine, 66-57 with 3:48 left.

It was as close as the Red squad would get as Electric Green pulled away as the game wore down, finishing on an 11-6 flourish to earn the 77-63 win.

Standings
(Thru Wednesday, June 28)

Team,  W-L, Pct., G.B., PF, PA
Forest Green, 4-0, 1.000, --, 247 210
Royal Blue, 4-0,1.000,-- , 280 223
Maroon, 3-1, .750, 1.0,  246 175
Orange, 3-1, .750, 1.0,  236 212
Sky Blue, 2-2, .500, 2.0, 252 266
Electric Green, 2-2, .333, 2.0, 229 249
Black, 2-2, .500, 2.0, 266 217
Sun, 2-2, .500, 2.0 231 217
White, 1-3, .250, 3.0,  241 249
Pink, 1-3, .250, 3.0, 1.0 188 284
Purple, 0-4, .000, 4.0 189 273
Red, 0-4, .000, 4.0, 204 234

Individual Scoring 20 Or More Points

41-Amanda Fioravanti, W, L, vs. Sky Blue, June 27
30-Chelsea Woods, Electric Green, W, vs. Red, June 27
27-Amanda Fioravanti, White, L, vs. Royal Blue, June 22
27-Kendall Grasella, Sky Blue, L, vs. Forest Green, June 15
26-Chelsea Woods, Electric Green, W, vs. Black 57, June 22
25-Chelsa Woods, Electric Green, L, vs. Royal Blue, June 15
23-Lydia Konstanzer, Sun, W, vs. Purple, June 27
23-Chelsea Woods, Electric Green, L, vs. Sun, June 20
23-Kendall Grasella, Sky Blue, L, vs. Royal Blue, June 20
21-Caitlyn Cunningham, Black, W, vs. Pink, June 20
21-Jada Smith, Orange, W, vs. Purple, June 20
21-Amanda Fioravanti, White, L, vs. Maroon, June 15
20-Mia Hopkins, Forest Green, W, vs. Orange, June 27
20-Alynna Williams, Black, L, vs. Royal Blue, June 22
20-Mia Hopkins, Forest Green, W, vs. White, June 20
20-Beverly Kum, Black, W, vs. Pink, June 20
20-Amanda Fioravanti, White, L, vs. Forest Green, June 20

SEASON RESULTS/SCHEDULES

THURSDAY, JUNE 15
Regular Season

Early Games Results

Orange-HF vs. Red-CH – W-Orange-HF 60-56
Forest Green-WC vs. Sky Blue – W-Forest Green-WC 74-59
Sun-UC vs. Black-PHU – W-Black-PHU 70-42

Late Games Results

Royal Blue-KU vs. Electric Green – W-Royal Blue-KU 56-47
Pink-PSUAB vs. Purple-DV – W-Pink-PSUAB 55-52
Maroon-US vs. White – W-White 56-50

TUESDAY, JUNE 20

Early Games Results

COURT 1: Sky Blue vs. Royal Blue-KU – W-Royal Blue-KU 76-65
COURT 2: Black-PHU vs. Pink-PSUAB – W-Black-PHU 89-43
COURT 3: Purple-DV vs. Orange-HF – W-Orange-HF 68-51

Late Games Results

COURT 1: White  vs. Forest Green-WC – W-Forest Green-WC 57-51
COURT 2: Electric Green vs. Sun-UC – W-Sun 73-46
COURT 3: Red-CH vs. Maroon-US – W-Maroon-US 42-33

THURSDAY, JUNE 22

Early Games Results

COURT 1: Maroon-US vs. Purple-DV – W-Maroon-US 80-36
COURT 2: Royal Blue-KU vs. White -W-Royal Blue 65-64
COURT 3: Black-PHU vs. Electric Green -W-Electric Green 59-57

Late Games Results

COURT 1: Sun-UC vs. Sky Blue – W-Sky Blue 51-46
COURT 2: Forest Green-WC vs. Red-CH - W-Forest Green 55-52
COURT 3: Orange-HF vs. Pink-PSUAB – W-Orange 60-44

TUESDAY, JUNE 27

Early Games Results

COURT 1: White vs. Sky Blue – W-SB 77-70
COURT 2: Orange-HF vs. Forest Green-WC – W-FG 61-48
COURT 3: Purple-DV vs. Sun-UC – W-Sun-UC 70-50

Late Games Results

COURT 1: Black-PHU vs. Maroon-US – W-M-US 74-50
COURT 2: Red-CH vs. Electric Green – W-EG 77-63
COURT 3: Royal Blue-KU vs. Pink-PSUAB – W-RB 83-47

THURSDAY, JUNE 29

7 p.m.

COURT 1: Purple-DV (0-4) vs. Electric Green (2-2)
COURT 2: Forest Green-WC (4-0) vs. Maroon-US (3-1)
COURT 3: Royal Blue-KU (4-0) vs. Orange-HF (3-1)

8:15 p.m.

COURT 1: Sun-UC (2-2) vs. Pink-PSUAB (1-3)
COURT 2: White (1-3) vs. Black-PHU (2-2)
COURT 3: Sky Blue (2-2) vs. Red-CH (0-4)

TUESDAY, JULY 4

Holiday – No Games

THURSDAY, JULY 6

7 p.m.

COURT 1: Forest Green-WC vs. Sun-UC
COURT 2: Purple-DV vs. Red-CH
COURT 3: Pink-USAB vs. White

8:15 p.m.

COURT 1: Maroon-US vs. Electric Green
COURT 2: Royal Blue-KU vs. Black-PHU
COURT 3: Sky Blue vs. Orange-HF

TUESDAY, JULY 11

7 p.m.

COURT 1: Purple-DV vs. Black-PHU
COURT 2: White vs. Orange-HF
COURT 3: Electric Green vs. Forest Green-WC

8:15 p.m.

COURT 1: Red-CH vs. Pink-USAB
COURT 2: Sky Blue vs. Maroon-US
COURT 3: Royal Blue-KU vs. Sun-UC

THURSDAY, JULY 13

7 p.m.

COURT 1: Royal Blue-KU vs. Red-CH
COURT 2: Pink-USAB vs. Maroon-US
COURT 3: Sky Blue vs. Electric Green

8:15 p.m.

COURT 1: Orange-HF vs. Black-PHU
COURT 2: White vs. Sun-UC
COURT 3: Purple-DV vs. Forest Green-WC

TUESDAY, JULY 18

7 p.m.

COURT 1: Forest Green-WC vs. Pink-PSUAB
COURT 2: Sun-UC vs. Red-CH
COURT 3: Sky Blue vs. Black-PHU

8:15 p.m.

COURT 1: Maroon-US vs. Orange-HF
COURT 2: Royal Blue-KU vs. Purple-DV
COURT 3: White vs. Electric Green

THURSDAY, JULY 20

7 p.m.

COURT 1: Electric Green vs. Pink-USAB
COURT 2: Royal Blue-KU vs. Maroon-US
COURT 3: Red-CH vs. White

8:15 p.m.

COURT 1: Sun-UC vs. Orange-HF
COURT 2: Sky Blue vs. Purple-DV
COURT 3: Forest Green-WC vs. Black-PHU

TUESDAY, JULY 25 (Regular Season Ends)

7 p.m.

COURT 1: Black-PHU vs. Red-CH
COURT 2: Sky Blue vs. Pink-USAB
COURT 3: Sun-UC vs. Maroon-US

8:15 p.m.

COURT 1: White vs. Purple-DV
COURT 2: Electric Green vs. Orange-HF
COURT 3: Royal Blue-KU vs. Forest Green-WC

PLAYOFFS

THURSDAY, JULY 27

QUARTERFINALS

7 p.m.

COURT 1: Seed-1 vs. Seed-2
COURT 2: Seed-6 vs. Seed-3

8:15 p.m.

COURT 1: Seed-2 vs. Seed-7
COURT 2: Seed-5 vs. Seed-4

TUESDAY, AUGUST 1

SEMIFINALS

7 p.m.

COURT 1: Highest Surviving Seed vs. Lowest Surviving Seed

8:16 p.m.

COURT 1: Second Highest Surviving Seed vs. Second Lowest Surviving Seed

THURSDAY, AUGUST 3

CHAMPIONSHIP

7 p.m.

COURT 1: Tuesday’s Surviving Winners

SCHEDULES BY TEAM (Thru June 21)

BLACK (Philadelphia University) (2-2)

June 15: vs. Sun (Ursinus) W: 70-42
June 20: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington) W: 89-42
June 22: vs. Electric Green L: 57-59
June 27: vs. Maroon (USciences), L: 50-74
June 29 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. White, Court 2
July 4 (Tues), No Game (Holiday)
July 6 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown), Court 2
July 11 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley), Court 1
July 13 (Thur), 8:15.: vs. Orange (Holy Family), Court 1
July 18 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Sky Blue, Court 3
July 20 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Forest Green (West Chester), Court 3
July 25 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill, Court 1

ELECTRIC GREEN (2-2)

June 15: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) L: 47-56
June 20: vs. Sun (Ursinus) L: 46-73
June 22: vs. Black (Phila. U.) W: 59-57
June 27: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill) W: 77-63
June 29 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley), Court 1
July 4 (Tues), No Game (Holiday)
July 6 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Maroon (USciences), Court 1
July 11 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Forest Green (West Chester), Court 3
July 13 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Sky Blue, Court 3
July 18 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. White, Court 3
July 20 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington), Court 1
July 25 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Orange (Holy Family), Court 2

FOREST GREEN (West Chester) (4-0)

June 15: vs. Sky Blue W: 74-59
June 20: vs. White W: 57-51
June 22: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill) W: 55-52
June 27: vs. Orange (Holy Family) W: 61-48
June 29 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Maroon (USciences), Court 2
July 4 (Tues), No Games (Holiday)
July 6 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Sun (Ursinus), Court 1
July 11 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Electric Green, Court 3
July 13 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley), Court 3
July 18 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington), Court 1
July 20 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Black (Phila. U), Court 3
July 25 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown), Court 3

MAROON (USciences) (3-1)

June 15: vs. White L: 50-56
June 20: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill) W: 42-33
June 22: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley) W: 80-36
June 27: vs. Black (Phila. U) W: 74-50
June 29 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Forest Green (West Chester), Court 2
July 4 (Tues), No Games (Holiday)
July 6 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Electric Green, Court 1
July 11 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Sky Blue, Court 2
July 13 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington), Court 2
July 18 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Orange (Holy Family), Court 1
July 20 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown), Court 2
July 25 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Sun (Ursinus), Court 3

ORANGE (Holy Family) (3-1)

June 15: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill) W: 60-56
June 20: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley) W: 68-51
June 22: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington) W: 60-44
June 27: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) L: 48-61
June 29 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown), Court 3
July 4 (Tues), No Games (Holiday)
July 6 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Sky Blue, Court 3
July 11 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. White, Court 2
July 13 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Black (Phila. U), Court 1
July 18 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Maroon (USciences), Court 1
July 20 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Sun (Ursinus), Court 1
July 25 (Tues), 8:15 p.m. : vs. Electric Green, Court 2

PINK (PSU-Abington) (1-3)

June 15: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley) W: 55-52
June 20: vs. Black (Phila. U) L: 42-89
June 22: vs. Orange (Holy Family) L: 44-60
June 27: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) L: 47-83
June 29 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Sun (Ursinus), Court 1
July 4 (Tues), No Games (Holiday)
July 6 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. White, Court 3
July 11 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill), Court 1
July 13 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Maroon (USciences), Court 2
July 18 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Forest Green (West Chester), Court 1
July 20 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Electric Green, Court 1
July 25 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Sky Blue, Court 2

PURPLE (Delaware Valley) (0-4)

June 15: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington ) L: 52-55
June 20: vs. Orange (Holy Family) L: 51-68
June 22: vs. Maroon (USciences) L: 36-80
June 27: vs. Sun (Ursinus) L: 50-70
June 29 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Electric Green , Court 1
July 4 (Tues), No Games (Holiday)
July 6 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill), Court 2
July 11 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Black (Phila. U), Court 1
July 13 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Forest Green (West Chester), Court 3
July 18 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown), Court 2
July 20 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Sky Blue, Court 2
July 25 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. White, Court 1

RED (Chestnut Hill) (0-4)

June 15: vs. Orange (Holy Family) L: 56-60
June 20: vs. Maroon (USciences) L: 33-42
June 22: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) L: 52-55
June 27: vs. Electric Green L: 63-77
June 29 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Sky Blue, Court 3
July 4 (Tues), No Games (Holiday)
July 6 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley), Court 2
July 11 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington), Court 1
July 13 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown), Court 1
July 18 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Sun (Ursinus), Court 2
July 20 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. White, Court 3
July 25 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Black (Phila. U), Court 1

ROYAL BLUE (Kutztown) (4-0)

June 15: vs. Electric Green W: 56-47
June 20: vs. Sky Blue W: 76-65
June 22: vs. White W: 65-64
June 27: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington) W: 83-47
June 29 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Orange (Holy Family), Court 3
July 4 (Tues), No Games (Holiday)
July 6 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Black (Phila. U), Court 2
July 11 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Sun (Ursinus), Court 3
July 13 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill), Court 1
July 18 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley), Court 2
July 20 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Maroon (USciences), Court 2
July 25 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Forest Green (West Chester), Court 3

SKY BLUE (2-2)

June 15: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) L: 59-74
June 20: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) L: 65-76
June 22: vs. Sun (Ursinus) W: 51-46
June 27: vs. White W: 77-70
June 29: (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill), Court 3
July 4 (Tues), No Games (Holiday)
July 6 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Orange (Holy Family), Court 3
July 11 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Maroon (USciences), Court 2
July 13 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Electric Green, Court 3
July 18 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Black (Phila. U), Court 3
July 20 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley), Court 2
July 25 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington, Court 2

SUN (Ursinus) (2-2)

June 15: vs. Black (Phila. U) L: 42-70
June 20: vs. Electric Green W: 73-46
June 22: vs. Sky Blue L: 46-51
June 27: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley) W: 70-50
June 29 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington), Court 1
July 4 (Tues), No Games (Holiday)
July 6 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Forest Green (West Chester), Court 1
July 11 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown), Court 3
July 13 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. White Court 2
July 18 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill), Court 2
July 20 (Thur), 8:15 p.m .: vs. Orange (Holy Family), Court 1
July 25 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Maroon (USciences), Court 3

WHITE (1-3)

June 15: vs. Maroon (USciences) W: 56-50
June 20: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) L: 51-57
June 22: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) L: 64-65
June 27: vs. Sky Blue L: 70-77
June 29 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Black (Phila. U), Court 2
July 4 (Tues), No Games (Holiday)
July 6 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington, Court 3
July 11 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Orange (Holy Family), Court 2
July 13 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Sun (Ursinus), Court 2
July 18 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Electric Green, Court 3
July 20 (Thur), 7 p.m.: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill), Court 3
July 25 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley), Court 1

PLAYOFFS SEEDINGS LIST AND TIEBREAKERS

Only Somewhat in Order Until Significant Number of Games Played
(W-Win, L-Loss in parenthesis)

For Grn (4-0): vs. SB (W); vs. Wh (W); vs. Red (W); vs. Or (W); vs. M; vs. Sun; vs. EG; vs. Pu; vs. Pk; vs. Blk; vs. RB
Roy Blue (4-0); vs. EG (W); vs. SB (W); vs. Wh (W); vs. Pk (W) ; vs. Or; vs. Blk; vs. Sun; vs. Red; vs. Pu; M; vs. FG

Maroon (3-1): vs. Wh (L); vs. Red (W); vs. Pu (W); vs. Blk (W); vs. FG; vs. EG; vs. SB; Pk; vs. Or; vs. RB; vs. Sun
Orange (3-1): vs. Red (W); vs. Pu (W); vs. Pk (W); vs. FG (L); vs. RB; vs. SB; vs. Wh; vs. Blk; vs. M; vs. Sun; vs. EG

Sky Blue (2-2): vs. FG (L); vs. RB (L); vs. Sun (W); vs. Wh (W); vs. Red; vs. Or; vs. M; vs. EG; vs. Blk; vs. Pu; vs. Pk
Elec Grn (2-2): vs. RB (L); vs. Sun (L); vs. Blk (W); vs. Red (W); vs. Pu; vs. M; vs. FG; vs. SB; vs. Wh; vs. Pk; vs. Or
Black (2-2): vs. Sun (W); vs. Pk (W); vs. EG (L); vs. M (L); vs. Wh; vs. RB; vs. Pu; vs. Or; vs. SB; vs. FG; vs. Red
Sun (2-2): vs. Blk (L); vs. EG (W); vs. SB (L); vs. Pu (W); vs. Pk; vs. FG; vs. RB; vs. Wh; vs. Red; vs. Or; vs. M

White (1-3): vs. M (W); vs. FG (L); vs. RB (L); vs. SB (L); vs. Blk; vs. Pnk; vs. Or; vs. Sun; vs. EG; vs. Red; vs. Pu
Pink (1-3): vs. Pu (W); vs. Blk (L); vs. Or (L); vs. RB (L); vs. Sun; vs. Wh; vs. Red; vs. M; vs. FG; vs. EG; vs. SB

Purple (0-4): vs. Pk (L); vs. Or (L); vs. M (L); vs. Sun (L); vs. EG; Red; vs. Blk; vs. FG; vs. RB; vs. SB; vs. Wh
Red (0-4): vs. Or (L); vs. M (L); vs. FG (L); vs. EG (L); vs. SB; vs. Pur; vs. Pk; vs. RB; vs. Sun; vs. Wh; vs. Blk

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