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.

Friday, June 23, 2017

Philly Women's Summer Basketball League: Two Last-Second Upsets Keep Standings Tight

By Bob Heller and Mel Greenberg (@womhoopsguru)

HATBORO, Pa. – It’s still two weeks away until the traditional fireworks are fired in the night’s sky on Fourth of July but there was quite a display Tuesday with two startling upsets on closing-seconds baskets while two other games on the six-game card were competitive in the Philadelphia/Suburban Women’s NCAA-Certified Summer Basketball League.

Sierra Taylor nailed a three-ball at the buzzer to lift Royal Blue, also known as Kutztown, to a 65-64 win over Team White, while Chelsea Woods’ layup with 6.5 seconds remaining in regulation snapped a 57-57 tie to give previously winless Electric Green a win over previous unbeaten Black, also known as the Philadelphia U. group.

The other two tightly-fought games saw Forest Green stay unbeaten at 3-0 with Orange, also known as Holy Family, and Royal Blue by gaining a 55-52 win over Red, also known as Chestnut Hill, while Sky Blue edged Sun, also known as Ursinus College, 51-46.

Orange cruised over Pink, also known as Penn State-Abington, 60-44, while Maroon, also known as USciences, routed Purple, also known as Delaware Valley, 80-36, keeping the Devils as the top defensive squad in the league in the action at Kelly Bolish Gym, home of the AAU Renegades, near Willow Grove.

Unlike Tuesday when seven players hit the Guru’s nightly individual plateau citing of 20 or more points, just three achieved the mark on Thursday, two being the Saint Joseph’s senior duo of Chelsea Woods and Amanda Fioravanti.

Woods, the Cheltenham High grad who dominated the league last summer, reached 26 points, second best for the league during the season, in scoring her game-winner, while Fioravanti on White had the night’s top performance at 27 points, which also tied the season mark to date set opening night by Penn sophomore Kendall Grasela, a Germantown Academy grad on Sky Blue.

Black’s Alynna Williams, a Plymouth-Whitemarsh product who is a sophomore this fall at Philadelphia U., scored 20 points as the other top performer. Scoring is the only stat kept by the various stat crews at the tables.

Incidentally, your Guru will be in New York Friday night for a WNBA Eastern showdown in Madison Square Garden and the host Connecticut Sun, who on Thursday cut Temple recent grad Feyonda Fitzgerald after a short stay when she was picked up to fill a roster slot.

Fitzgerald was taken in the second round of April’s draft by the Indiana Fever but let go when the team made its final cut prior to opening night last month.

All that said, here is Bob Heller with the complete breakdown how everything happened, and then your Guru will be back underneath the recaps looking at Tuesday’s action, the standings, and how standings order was determined for now.

Royal Blue 65, White 64

Sierra Taylor’s three point shot at the buzzer capped off a wild fourth quarter as Team Royal Blue (Kutztown University) pulled off a 65-64 upset win over Team White to remain undefeated at 3-0.

Taylor’s winning 3-ball came on a second chance as Kiki Ferguson’s attempt was blocked with about two seconds left…Ferguson, a Norristown Area High grad, recovered the loose ball and passed out to Taylor, a product of Camden Catholic in South Jersey, who let it fly from the right corner as the buzzer was sounding.

Taylor finished the game with a team-high 19 points.  Gabbi Wright, a Cheltenham grad, added 11 points while Karen Lapkiewicz, a Saint Basil grad, chipped in ten.

Royal Blue led by just three points at the start of the fourth quarter and scored the first nine points of the period to boost their lead to 12 points 55-43.

White’s Michele McCaughern (12 points) then started a 9-0 run with a short jumper at the 6:49 mark.  Amanda Fiorvanti’s (team high 27-points) two free throws with 4:10 left capped the run and closed the gap to three 55-52.

The two teams exchanged baskets  until Ferguson’s free throw with 1:35 left put Royal Blue up by five 60-55.  Fiorvanti’s bucket made the score 60-57.   Nia Holland’s three-point basket with 31.7 seconds left brought White back within one at 61-60.

Taylor made the first of two free throws to give Royal a two-point lead before Holland (13 points) tied the game at 62-all with 19.5 seconds left  and was fouled.  The Lafayette junior out of the Shipley School missed the free throw but grabbed her own rebound, passed it to Ashley Wood underneath for a layup that gave White a 64-62 lead with 13.5 seconds left and setting the scenario for the final bucket.

Team White had led throughout most of the first two quarters and held a 35-32 lead at halftime. The two teams battled in the third quarter, with the lead changing hands five times before Royal scored on their final two possessions to take the three point lead going into the final quarter.

Electric Green 59, Black 57 

 On the adjacent court, another close battle was being waged as undefeated Team Black took on winless Team Electric Green.

This game also came down to a final shot as Chelsea Woods’ layup with 6.5 seconds left carried Electric Green to a 57-57 upset of Team Black (Philadelphia University).

Woods led all scorers in the game with 26 points while Samantha Stipa, a Lafayette senior out of Spring-Ford, added 15.  Alynna Williams led Black with 20 points while Caitlyn Cunningham of Mount St. Joseph’s had 17 and Beverly Kum of St. Maria Goretti added 12.

Electric Green led by just one point heading into the final period and opened the fourth quarter with a 10-2 flourish paced by Stipa and Woods to take a 53-44 lead.

Williams then ignited a 9-2 run for Team Black with a 3-ball that cut the lead to two at 55-53 with 3:04 left.   A free throw by Woods with 1:25 left followed by a Cunningham basket made it a one-point game 56-55.

Woods added another free throw with just under a minute to go before Black’s Ayoona Oguntuase tied it at 57-57 with a layup.

Black made a defensive stop but then turned the ball over when Electric Green force a held ball and took over on the alternating possession, with 23 seconds left.  

Electric Green made a few passes and got the ball on the baseline to Woods who drove to the basket in traffic and made the last of her 26 points to provide Electric Green with the final margin of victory 59-57.

Team Black jumped out to an early 10-3 lead before Electric Green battled back starting a 10-0 run as the first quarter came to a close and finishing it off in the second stanza to take 1 24-16 lead before Black whittled the difference to three 32-29 at the break.

Electric Green scored the first five points of the third quarter to again pull ahead by eight 37-29 before Black again closed the gap with a 13-6 flourish to end the period trailing by one, 43-42.

 Forest Green 55, Red 52

Team Forest Green (West Chester University) remained undefeated at 3-0, holding off a tenacious Team Red (Chestnut Hill College) squad, 55-52.

Mia Hopkins scored four of her game-high 15 points in the final 30 seconds to secure the win for the Forest Green squad.  She finished the game with 15 points.  Teammate Jennifer Horvatinovic, a recent Tampa grad, also had 15 points as did Team Red’s Natalie Kucowski, a Lafayette incoming freshman out of Saint Basil.  Devon Boehm, a Souderton grad, added 11 points for the Red squad in the losing effort.

The Forest Green squad, after rallying from eight points down took an eight point lead of their own in the third quarter before the Red team battled back to make it a two point game entering the final ten minutes of action.

 Forest Green led throughout the fourth quarter but never by more than six points as the Red team hung around.  Gabby Troisi’s basket with 2:44 left in the game put Forest Green up 49-43 before a 6-2 mini-run, capped by a Kaitlyn Dougherty layup made it a one possession game at 51-49 with just under 40 seconds remaining.

Team Red had a chance to tie it but turned the ball over with 31.5 seconds left.  Hopkins was fouled and made both free throws, then added a breakaway layup following a Red team miss with 5.8 seconds left to give her team a 55-49 lead.

 Kristin Hamill’s three-pointer for Team Red with 1.4 seconds provided the final points for the 55-52 win.

A 12-0 flourish in the second quarter had given Red the largest lead by either team in the game at 24-14.

 Forest Green countered with a 9-0 effort, fueled by Hopkins and Troisi to close the gap to one at 24-23 at halftime.

As the third quarter commenced Forest Green used an 11-2 uprising to retake the lead and forge ahead by eight 34-26.

 Kucowski then scored seven of the Red team’s next nine points as part of a 9-3 run to close out the third quarter cutting Forest Green’s lead to two 37-35.

Sky Blue 51, Sun 46 

Team Sky Blue held Team Sun (Ursinus College) scoreless over the final 3:04 as they hung on to earn their first win of the season, 51-46.

 Only four players scored points for the victors but all four reached double figures, led by the duo of Katie Jekot, a Saint Joseph’s incoming freshman, and Lauren Killion, an Albright sophomore out of Lower Moreland, who scored 14 points apiece.

Taylor Dunn, a Catholic U. sophomore out of Central Bucks South, added 13 while Erin Lindahl, an Emory sophomore out of Germantown Academy, chipped in ten.  Lydia Konstanzer, a Pennridge grad, led Team Sun with 14 points.

Dunn scored the first basket of the fourth quarter to give Sky Blue a ten point lead, 44-34 before Sun ran off seven straight points, capped with a Rachel Guy triple to pull within three at 44-41.

 After both teams exchanged baskets, Jekot and Dunn scored back-to-back to boost Sky Blue’s lead to eight 51-43 with just under four minutes remaining.

Marisa DiLeo sank a three pointer with 3:04 left that proved to be the final points for either team, making the score 51-46.

Team Sun held the lead throughout the first quarter and held a four point lead early in the second quarter when Sky Blue went on an 8-2 spurt to take a 19-17 lead they would not relinquish, forcing Team Sun to play from behind the rest of the way.

Maroon 80, Purple 36 

The best defensive team in the league, held their opponent under 40 points for the second consecutive night as Team Maroon (USciences) cruised to an 80-36 over Team Purple (Delaware Valley University).  In the three games this season, Team Maroon’s opponents have scored just 125 total points, an average of 41.6 per game.

Maroon made good use of the long ball, sinking a total of 11 three-point field goals, spreading the wealth amongst five different players.

 Incoming USciences freshman Jessica Huber, a North Penn grad, and rising junior Alex Thomas led Maroon with14 points apiece while rising senior Colleen Walsh out of the Shipley School added 13.

Ashley Smink, a product of Archbishop Ryan, led Team Purple with 10 points.  Courtney Brown, a recent East Stroudsburg grad out of Council Rock South, and Ryan Fiascki, a 2015 ESU grad out of Archbishop Carsroll, added seven and six points respectively.

The Maroon squad led this game wire-to-wire, with Laura Trisch, an Archbishop Wood grad, starting the three-point barrage on her first shot, en route to an early 16-2 lead.

 A 22-9 first quarter lead expanded to 34-20 by halftime and 50-30 by the end of the third quarter.  Maroon closed the game out with a 30-6 fourth quarter effort.   Their 44-point margin of victory is the largest so far in the league this season.

Orange 60, Pink 44

Team Orange (Holy Family University) remained amongst the undefeated teams as they led wire-to-wire, defeating Team Pink (Penn State Abington) 60-44.   Meghan Pickell, an Ithaca junior out of Episcopal Academy, and Katie O’Hare, a Bayard Rustin grad, notched 15 points apiece for the victors while Jada Smith out of Merion Mercy Academy, added 14.

 Shayna Rodriguez, an Archbishop Ryan grad, led Team Pink with 14 points while Samantha Hicks, a Bryn Athyn junior out of Ryan, added 12.

Orange scored the first six points of the game and forged ahead 14-9after the first quarter.

The Orange squad increased their lead to 12 by halftime 32-20 and 21 by the end of the third quarter, 43-22.

The two teams combined for just one basket over the final eight minutes of the third quarter as Orange outscored Oink 11-2 in the period.

In the fourth quarter, Pink cut the lead to 18 on two occasions early in the period,  but would come no closer than the final score, 60-44 the rest of the way.

 Looking Ahead

Tuesday night’s action entering the second full week on the 11-date action of three double headers each in the regular season that will determine the top eight seeds for the playoffs has a head-to-head meeting with the fourth-place deadlocked teams as CACC rivals Maroon (2-1) also known as USciences mets Black (2-1) also known as Philadelphia U, but soon to be known as Jefferson U, at 8:15 p.m. on Court 1.

There will be at least one less unbeaten team at the end of the night as Orange (3-0), also known as the Holy Family group,  meets Forest Green (3-0), also known as West Chester, on Court 2 at 7 p.m.

Royal Blue (3-0), also known as Kutztown U. will be looking to be tied for first with the winner of the Forest Green/Orange game by beating the Pink (1-2) or Penn State-Abington group at 8:15 p.m. on Court 3.

Should an upset occur then the Forest Green/Orange winner for the moment will be alone in first and quickly the last unbeaten team in the early phase of the summer schedule.

Everyone else will be looking to avoid further slippage.

Breaking Ties

As you know from the past here the last item below is the tracker to later determine the eight playoff qualifiers and seed positions. At the portion of the season when enough significant games to determine head-to-head and best wins or least worst losses are played, the standings will be more firm.

But for what has been played through the first three nights there is enough data for a makeshift order in the standings. The first three slots going to the unbeaten teams are simply listed alphabetically while the same alphabetical order was assigned to the fourth place deadlocked of Black and Maroon.

When Black and Maroon meet on Tuesday, the result will send the winner into a tie for third or second depending on the outcome of the unbeaten teams while the Black/Maroon loser will get entangled with teams emerging from wins in the five-way tie for sixth.

At the moment in that deadlock Electric Green’s upset of Black places itself in sixth with the best win, White with a previous win over Maroon, places it in seventh though it is more through an alphabetical assignment since both teams have equal value victories.

Pink then lands in eighth while Sky Blue’s head-to-head win over Sun Thursday slots them in the ninth and tenth slots, technically below playoff qualifying but moot right now since more data will offer more relevancy in another week or two.

And alphabetical listing gets the order of the two-team 11th-place deadlock of which both are the only squads still seeking a win.

Standings

(Thru Monday, June 26)

Team,  W-L, Pct., G.B., PF, PA
Forest Green, 3-0, 1.000, --, 148 181
Orange, 3-0, 1.000, --,  188 151
Royal Blue, 3-0,1.000,-- , 197 176
Black, 2-1, .667, 1.0, 216 143
Maroon, 2-1, .667, 1.0,  172 125
Electric Green, 1-2, .333, 2.0, 112 186
White, 1-2, .333, 2.0, 171 182
Pink, 1-2, .333, 2.0, 1.0 141 201
Sky Blue, 1-2, .333, 2.0, 190 181
Sun, 1-2, .333, 2.0 161 167
Purple, 0-3, .000, 3.0 139 203
Red, 0-3, .000, 3.0, 141 157

Individual Scoring 20 Or More Points

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-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-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

7 p.m.

COURT 1: White (1-2) vs. Sky Blue (1-2)
COURT 2: Orange-HF (3-0) vs. Forest Green-WC (3-0)
COURT 3: Purple-DV (0-3) vs. Sun-UC (1-2)

8:15 p.m.

COURT 1: Black-PHU (2-1) vs. Maroon-US (2-1)
COURT 2: Red-CH (0-3) vs. Electric Green (1-2)
COURT 3: Royal Blue-KU (3-0) vs. Pink-PSUAB (1-2)

THURSDAY, JUNE 29

7 p.m.

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

8:15 p.m.

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

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) (2-1)

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 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Maroon (USciences), Court 1
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 (1-2)

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 (Tues): 8:15 p.m.: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill), Court 2
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) (3-0)

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 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Orange (Holy Family), Court 2
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) (2-1)

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 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Black (Phila. U), Court 1
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) (3-0)

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 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Forest Green (West Chester), Court 2
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) (1-2)

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 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown), Court 3
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) (0-3)

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 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Sun (Ursinus), Court 3
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) (0-3)

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 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Electric Green, Court 2
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) (3-0)

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 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington), Court 3
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 (1-2)

June 15: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) L: 74-59
June 20: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) L: 65-76
June 22: vs. Sun (Ursinus) W: 51-46
June 27 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. White, Court 1
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) (1-2)

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 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley), Court 3
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 (1-2)

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 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Sky Blue, Court 1
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 (3-0): vs. SB (W); vs. Wh (W); vs. Red (W); vs. Or; vs. M; vs. Sun; vs. EG; vs. Pu; vs. Pk; vs. Blk; vs. RB
Orange (3-0): vs. Red (W); vs. Pu (W); vs. Pk (W); vs. FG; vs. RB; vs. SB; vs. Wh; vs. Blk; vs. M; vs. Sun; vs. EG
Roy Blue (3-0); vs. EG (W); vs. SB (W); vs. Wh (W); vs. Pk; vs. Or; vs. Blk; vs. Sun; vs. Red; vs. Pu; M; vs. FG

Black (2-1): vs. Sun (W); vs. Pk (W); vs. EG (L); vs. M; vs. Wh; vs. RB; vs. Pu; vs. Or; vs. SB; vs. FG; vs. Red
Maroon (2-1): vs. Wh (L); vs. Red (W); vs. Pu (W); vs. Blk; vs. FG; vs. EG; vs. SB; Pk; vs. Or; vs. RB; vs. Sun

Elec Grn (1-2): vs. RB (L); vs. Sun (L); vs. Blk (W); vs. Red; vs. Pu; vs. M; vs. FG; vs. SB; vs. Wh; vs. Pk; vs. Or
White (1-2): vs. M (W); vs. FG (L); vs. RB (L); vs. SB; vs. Blk; vs. Pnk; vs. Or; vs. Sun; vs. EG; vs. Red; vs. Pu
Pink (1-2): vs. Pu (W); vs. Blk (L); vs. Or (L); vs. RB; vs. Sun; vs. Wh; vs. Red; vs. M; vs. FG; vs. EG; vs. SB
Sky Blue (1-2): vs. FG (L); vs. RB (L); vs. Sun (W); vs. Wh; vs. Red; vs. Or; vs. M; vs. EG; vs. Blk; vs. Pu; vs. Pk
Sun (1-2): vs. Blk (L); vs. EG (W); vs. SB (L); vs. Pu; vs. Pk; vs. FG; vs. RB; vs. Wh; vs. Red; vs. Or; vs. M

Purple (0-3): vs. Pk (L); vs. Or (L); vs. M (L); vs. Sun; vs. EG; Red; vs. Blk; vs. FG; vs. RB; vs. SB; vs. Wh
Red (0-3): vs. Or (L); vs. M (L); vs. FG (L); vs. EG; vs. SB; vs. Pur; vs. Pk; vs. RB; vs. Sun; vs. Wh; vs. Blk

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