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, July 12, 2017

Philly Women's Summer Basketball League: Maroon Alone At Top Followed By Six-Way Pileup in Third

By Bob Heller and Mel Greenberg (@womhoopsguru)

HATBORO, Pa. – Saint Joseph’s senior Chelsea Woods’ 28 points for Electric Green paced a major upset knocking off Forest Green 68-60 Tuesday night to drop the West Chester-dominated squad from a first-place tie and leave Maroon all alone at the top after the USciences group easily handled Sky Blue 65-46 in the Philadelphia/Suburban Women’s NCAA-Certified Summer Basketball League.

Behind the two frontrunners however in the 12-team league after the seventh night of competition in the 11-game regular season concluded here at Kelly Bolish Gym, home of the AAU Renegades just one game further behind in the standings a half-dozen left the venue locked in a tie for third.

Incidentally, in his haste to flash word on Facebook and twitter while on the train back to his operational coverage here in center city the Guru inadvertently ascribed the gridlock position as second instead of third.

If the regular season ended right now, a clear break of either a half-game or full game in front of Sky Blue would be enough to land the required eight teams into the playoffs that open with quarterfinal action, Thursday, July 27 and then continue with two semifinal games the following Tuesday and then the championship two nights later.

Notably after an uncharacteristic slow start from its traditional dominance and wearing a new color this season, White is surging and moved into the top spot of the six-way crunch into  third seed.

“We’re getting our legs,” said a confident coach Keith Wood. The Guru has the whole standings explanation below in the usual place.

Sky Blue’s divergence with longtime commissioner David Kessler’s standings tracker is due to the forfeits of last Thursday and a resolution to offer a convenience to the two winning forfeit teams the chance to play each other ahead of their original scheduled night on July 20th, which they will now have off and everything will then be back in synch.

Footnotes in this blog and Thursday’s coverage explain the situation but either way Sky Blue is still in that slot so when the Guru presents the six-way tie break here, the same teams would be involved with the commissioner’s tracker.

But had Sky Blue upset Maroon, then seven teams would be in the third-place logjam.

Purple, in last place and yet to win on the court, is the other team that has played an extra game but would still be last with the forfeit win. On July 20th the Guru will add the forfeit wins to those two teams and the two-points earned in the forfeit triumph.

A third forfeit added to the crunch dropping Royal Blue, which had to attend a camp at Kutztown, into the mix as well as raising the Sun/Ursinus group, which gained the win.

Behind Sky Blue still in pursuit of a playoff shot are Red/Chestnut Hill, two games off the cutoff and Pink/Penn State-Abington, though three games out with four remaining. Purple/Delaware Valley is close to elimination with just three games to play and needing all teams immediately in front to lose the rest of the way, which may not be possible.

Woods, meanwhile, was one of what was again just two players to earn the Guru’s individual nightly performance citation notation of 20 or more points. Her 28 were just two off her season-high of 30 and was also the fifth time in seven games she hit the standard.

The other was Penn sophomore Kendall Grasela of Germantown Academy and Sky Blue, who scored 20 making three times for her hitting the standard, including an opening night 27 in a loss to Forest Green last month on June 15.

After many nights when five or six players would gain 20 or more the norm this summer has been either two or three earning the achievement. The comulative list is below.

Vicki Tumasz, a North Penn grad and Chestnut Hill senior on Red, just missed, scoring 19 points in the 78-71 win over Pink that snapped a 10th place tie between the two teams.

Lost and Quickly Found and Retrieved

Since the Guru has been taking the Warminster line out to Willow Grove and being fetched by the commissioner as a celebrity Uber driver to get transport him on the six-minute trip here to the gym, on Tuesday upon arriving the Guru parked his backpack on wheels, put his iPad on the hood of a car so he could dial the commish, who was approaching.

Several minutes later upon arriving at Kelly Bolish, the Guru realized he didn’t grab the tablet, which does have a lot of women’s basketball history, including databases.

However, he found the device pinging when he hit the Find My .. apps on his iPhone, showing it was still on the car at the station, the Guru quickly locked the device by remote, entering his phone number and a note saying on the way to retrieve, and the duo quickly sped back to find the iPad right where the Guru had suffered a too many things on his mind moment.

That’s now twice for the iPad, including the Atlanta airport and once for the phone last summer in Madison Square Garden after the USA Olympic game.

Such is the life.

Looking Ahead

On Thursday comes the next set of three doubleheaders at 7 p.m. and 8:15 and the key games show two of the 4-3 teams locking horns at 8:15 on Court 1 when Black, formerly Philadelphia U but now Thomas Jefferson U, meets the Orange/Holy Family squad.

The two are also winter rivals in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference.

Likewise in the league records here, White and Sun, both at 4-3, will meet at 8:15 on Court 2, while another big matchup has Sky Blue (3-4) attempting to level Electric Green (4-3) at 7 on Court 3.

Meanwhile, the Guru’s footnotes in the standings and schedules will also track the forfeits so the Thursday instant outcomes resulting in wins will have those conversions at the right moment when the Guru and Commissioner numbers hit the equal mark.

Breaking Ties

And now for what most of you are looking for short of Bob’s recaps of the games, which follows, here is how the Guru set the standings, heading into Thursday,

As mentioned, with just a loss to White, the Maroon group is first at 6-1, followed a game behind in second by Forest Green.

When it came to assigning the spots for the six teams, they were all placed in a virtual league among themselves. Understand right now, they all have not met each other but we go with what we have and so in the overall intra-group, Orange, has the worst record at 1-2 so either immediately or by default after the other breaks are done, the Holy Family squad lands in eighth, the final slot right now in the playoff contending mix.

White, Black, and Sun each have the best records at 2-2 so a sub-tie needs to be broken and easily at 1-0, White lands third, followed by Black in fourth at 1-1, and then Sun at 0-1.

Royal Blue and Electric Green are actually both 2-3, having met all in this overall tie situation, but Royal Blue off its head-to-head breaker, gets placed sixth, followed by Electric Green in seventh.

Then uncontested in the final slots and not needed of a break, comes Sky Blue in ninth, Red in 10th, Pink in 11th and Purple in 12th.

And maybe a first, Mr. Commish, on the first go-round both our points for and against in the standings both agreed on the first independent pass, itself perhaps an upset, with the only variance the two points that you already awarded for Thursday’s forfeit wins last week.

That’s it until the Guru finishes out with all the stats and standings below after Bob comes by with the nightly playback of the five games that were played since the sixth became the forfeit.

Tuesday Recaps

Team Electric Green 68,  Team Forest Green 60

Electric Green held off a strong fourth quarter rally from Forest Green, also known as West Chester University as they pulled off a 68-60 upset win to tighten up the standings and knock Forest Green out of their first place tie with Team Maroon.
 
St. Joseph’s senior Chelsea Woods led all scorers with 28 points while Jessica Gerber a Kenyon college junior from Council Rock North added 13 points to pace the Electric Green team.

Gerber and Woods each nailed three three-balls while Woods also help her team and her cause, shooting 13-for-15 from the line.

   University of Tampa grad Jenny Horvatinovic, who also delivered three from beyond the arc for nine of her points, led three Forest Green players in double figures with 16 points. Katie Fisher and Mia Hopkins added 14 and 13 points respectively.
 
Electric Green is now one of six teams sporting a 4-3 record while Forest Green drops into sole possession of second place with a 5-2 mark.
 
A four-point play from Woods to close out the first quarter and eight points from Gerber highlighted the first 15 minutes of action as Electric Green jumped out to a 30-8 lead. 

 Fisher capped off a 12-5 run to end the half as Forest Green cut the margin to 15, 35-20 at the break.
 
After an evenly played third quarter electric Green held a 50-34 lead heading into the final ten minutes of action. 

 Woods opened the quarter with a pair of free throws to push the lead to 18 before Forest Green exploded with a 17-1 run with Horvatinovic notching the last seven as they forged a 53-53 tie midway through the quarter.
 
After the tie and subsequent Electric Green timeout, Woods started to take over, going to the free throw line twice and adding another basket as part of an 8-0 run that put her team back into control 61-53 with 2:31 left.  

Hopkins followed with two free throws on two trips to  the line to bring Forest Green back within six 61-55 with 1:07 left and Horvatinovic’s three-ball with 26 ticks on the clock cut the gap to five at 65-50. 

 Woods added two more free throws shortly thereafter to cap off the scoring.  She had ten of Electric Green’s final 14 points in the last 4:28.
 
Team Maroon 65, Team Sky Blue 46

 Team Maroon, also known as University of the Sciences placed three players in double figures as they pulled away late and gained sole possession of first place with a 65-46 win over Team Sky Blue. 
 
Irisa Ye, an incoming USciences freshman from North Penn HS had 17 points.  Alex Thomas, a USCI junior added 16 points while fellow North Penn grad Jessica Huber, knocked down four three-point field goals and finished the game with 14 points.  Senior Laura Trisch scored eight points.
 
University of Pennsylvania sophomore Kendall Grasela on Sky Blue led all scorers with 20 points.   Lily Kuntz, a Middlebury College sophomore out of Episcopal Academy, added eight.
 
A pair of Kuntz three-pointers early in the second quarter put her team in from 18-16.  Sky Blue still led 20-18 when Huber entered the game and promptly scored the next nine Maroon points as part of a 12-3 flourish, as Maroon took control of the game and led by seven at the half 30-23.
 
Sky Blue opened the third quarter with a 6-2 mini-run to close within three 32-29 before Maroon opened the game up with eleven straight points, getting a bucket from Ye and three-point goals from Trisch, Huber and Alyx McKiernan to take a 43-29 lead. 

 Sky Blue closed out the quarter with a 7-2 run to trail by nine 45-36. 
 
Eight straight points by Maroon to open the fourth quarter put the team in control the rest of the way as their defense took over, holding Sky Blue to just ten fourth quarter points and outscoring them 20-10 over the final ten minutes to cruise to the 19-point win, 65-46.  

This was the fifth time in seven games this season that Maroon held an opponent to 51 or fewer points.  The team has the best defensive average in the league, giving up 48.7 points per game. 

 During the collegiate season, the USciences squad led all of NCAA Division II in scoring defense in 2016-17, allowing just 53.5 points per game.
 
Team Red 78, Team Pink 71

Team Red, also known as Chestnut Hill College nearly let a 13-point fourth quarter lead slip away as they hung on to defeat Team Pink, also known as Penn State-Abington, 78-71 to earn their second win of the season.
 
The Red squad had four players in double figures led by CHC senior Vicky Tumasz’s 19 points.  

Franklin and Marshall sophomore Kristin Hamill added 18 points while St. Joe’s senior Avery Marz and recent New York university grad, Bianca Piccardo scored 15 and 14 respectively.
 
A pair of Archbishop Ryan grads, Shayna Rodriguez and Samantha Hicks led the Pink squad with 15 and 11 points respectively.  Ayotolani Oguntuase added ten points.
 
The two teams battled through much of the first two quarters with the red team holding no more than a five point lead through the two periods.  

 Rodriguez tied the game midway through the second quarter at 23-23 and later hit a three-point field goal as time was expiring to close the gap to 37-36 at the break.
 
Team Red scored the first 13 points of the third quarter with Tumasz sinking three baskets for seven points giving Red a 49-36 lead.  Pink battled back to cut the deficit to eight at 62-54 as the third quarter came to a close.
 
Red used a 9-4 run to push the lead back to double figures 69-56 before Pink mounted a huge comeback effort, outscoring Red 15-2 over the next 3:41 to tie the game at 71-71 with 3:32 left. 

 Marz sank a three-pointer on the Red Team’s next possession to give Red the lead a 74-71.  Neither team scored over the next two minutes before Hamill sank two free throws with 1:21 left to complete the scoring and securing the five-point win.
 
Team White 71, Team Orange 47

 Team White cruised to their third straight win after starting the season 1-3 to join the six-team logjam for third place with a 71-47 win over Team Orange, also known as Holy Family University.
 
Orange with the loss is also part of the group of six teams tied with a 4-3 record.
 
White got 15 points from St. Joe’s senior Amanda Fiorvanti.  Incoming St. Joe’s freshman Mary Sheehan added 14 while Kean College freshman Briana Winston chipped in 12.
 
Orange was led by Jada Smith’s nine points.  Megan Hughes added seven.
 
White led this one wire-to-wire, scoring six of the first seven points of the game en route to a 19-7 first quarter advantage. 

 A 16-4 flourish to close out the second quarter pushed White’s lead to 19 at the break, 37-18.  
 
Range cut the gap to 13, 40-27 with a 9-3 flourish to start the third quarter, getting five points from Hughes and four from Katie O’Hare.  

Asia Turner’s three-ball with a little over three minutes left closed the gap to 12, 44-32 before White pushed the margin to 14, 51-37 entering the final quarter.
 
Six straight White points to open the fourth quarter pushed their lead to 20, 57-37.  Orange would come no closer than 16 points the rest of the way and White closed out the game with a 6-2 spurt to make the final score 71-47.
 
Team Black 63, Team Purple 35

Team Black, also known as Thomas Jefferson University, (formerly Philadelphia Univ.) cruised to a 63-35 win over Team Purple, also known as Delaware Valley University, to join the group of six teams tied with a 4-3 record.
 
Caitlyn Cunningham was the lone Team Black player in double figures with 11 points.  Alyanna Williams, Sabria Lytes and Ayoola Oguntuase had eight points apiece.

The balanced attack also showed Rachel Day with seven, while Jess Kaminski and Carly Kovin each scored six.
 
Danielle Skedzielewski led Team Purple with 13 points while recent East Stroudsburg grad Courtney Brown added eight.
 
Purple held an early 3-2 lead before a 10-2 run by Black made the score 12-5 in their favor with 4:20 left in the opening quarter.  

 Purple bounced back and closed within one, 15-14, before Black scored the final four points of the period to lead 19-14.
 
Black’s defense came alive in the second quarter, holding Purple scoreless while adding 12 points to their lead to go up by 17 at the break 31-14.
 
Pink got as close as 13 points on three occasions in the third quarter before Black pushed the lead to 23 51-28 heading into the final quarter. 

 The Pink squad would come no closer than 20 points the rest of the way as Black cruised to the 63-35 win. 
 
Standings
(Thru Wednesday, July 12)

Team,  W-L, Pct., G.B., PF, PA

Maroon, 6-1, .857, -- ,  446 341
Forest Green, 5-2, .714, 1.0, 446 411
White, 4-3, .571, 2.0,  441 388
Black, 4-3, .571, 2.0, 444 375
^-Sun, 4-3, .571, 2.0 369 333
^-Royal Blue, 4-3, .571,2.0 , 405 378
Electric Green, 4-3, .571, 2.0, 422 426
!-Orange, 4-3, .571, 2.0 ,  366 348
@Sky Blue, 3-4, .429, 3.0, 447 477
!-Red, 2-5, .286, 4.0, 370 379
Pink, 1-6, .143, 5.0, 352 506
@Purple, 0-7, .000, 6.0 337 487

@-Won’t include July 6 forfeit win of Sky Blue over Orange or Purple over Red until after July 20
!-Does include Orange forfeit loss to Sky Blue and Red loss to Purple on July 6 with 2 yielded forfeit pts.
^-Does include Royal Blue forfeit 2-0 loss to Sun

Individual Scoring 20 Or More Points

41-Amanda Fioravanti, W, L, vs. Sky Blue, June 27
33-Jess Huber, Maroon, W-2OT, vs. Forest Green, June 29
30-Chelsea Woods, Electric Green, W, vs. Red, June 27
28-Chelsea Woods, Electric Green, W, vs. Forest Green, July 11
27-Amanda Fioravanti, White, L, vs. Royal Blue, June 22
27-Kendall Grasella, Sky Blue, L, vs. Forest Green, June 15
26-Amanda Fioravanti, White, W, vs. Black, June 29
26-Chelsea Woods, Electric Green, W, vs. Black 57, June 22
25-Chelsea 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
22-Sierra Taylor, Royal Blue, L, vs. Black, July 6
21-Ashley Smink, Purple, L, vs. White, July 6
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-Kendall Grasella, Sky Blue L, vs. Maroon, July 11
20-Vicky Tumasz, Red, W, vs. Sky Blue, June 29
20-Katie O’Hare, Orange, W, vs. Royal Blue, June 29
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

Early Games Results

COURT 1: Purple-DV vs. Electric Green – W-EG 74-55
COURT 2: Forest Green-WC vs. Maroon-US – W-M 73-69 (2OT)
COURT 3: Royal Blue-KU vs. Orange-HF – W-OR 83-63

Late Games Results

COURT 1: Sun-UC vs. Pink-PSUAB – W-Sun 76-46
COURT 2: White vs. Black-PHU – W-White 61-45
COURT 3: Sky Blue vs. Red-CH – W-Red 88-72 

TUESDAY, JULY 4

Holiday – No Games

THURSDAY, JULY 6

Early Games Result

COURT 1: Forest Green-WC vs. Sun-UC – W-Forest Green-WC 70-60
COURT 2: Purple-DV vs. Red-CH  - W-Purple 2-0^
COURT 3: Pink-USAB vs. White – W-White 68-47

Late Games Result

COURT 1: Maroon-US vs. Electric Green – W-Maroon-US 62-51
COURT 2: Royal Blue-KU  vs. Black-JU$ - W-Black-TJU$ 70-62 
COURT 3: Sky Blue vs. Orange-HF – W-Sky Blue 2-0@
COURT 3: Sky Blue vs. Purple-DV – W-Sky Blue 77-55*

^-Red lost on a forfeit 2-0 to Purple but Purple’s win will go into the Guru’s league standings after July 20
@-Orange lost on a forfeit 2-0 to Sky Blue but Sky Blue’s win will go into the Guru’s league standings after July 20
*The Sky Blue vs Purple game was originally scheduled July 20 but already played so they will be off and the Guru’s and Commissioner’s standings will then even out.
$-Philadelphia University or Team Black is now Thomas Jefferson University   

TUESDAY, JULY 11

Early Games

COURT 1: Purple-DV vs. Black-TJU – W-Black-TJU 63-35
COURT 2: White vs. Orange-HF – W-White 71-47 
COURT 3: Electric Green vs. Forest Green-WC – W-Electric Green 68-60

Late Games

COURT 1: Red-CH vs. Pink-PUSAB – W-Red 78-71
COURT 2: Sky Blue vs. Maroon-US – W-Maroon 65-46
COURT 3: Royal Blue-KU  vs. Sun-UC – W-Sun 2-0, forfeit

THURSDAY, JULY 13

7 p.m.

COURT 1: Royal Blue-KU (4-3) vs. Red-CH (2-5)
COURT 2: Pink-USAB (1-6) vs. Maroon-US (6-1)
COURT 3: Sky Blue (3-4) vs. Electric Green (4-3)

8:15 p.m.

COURT 1: Orange-HF (4-3) vs. Black-PHU (4-3)
COURT 2: White (4-3) vs. Sun-UC (4-3)
COURT 3: Purple-DV (0-7) vs. Forest Green-WC (5-2)

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-TJU

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 – played July 6 won by Sky Blue 77-55
The Sky Blue forfeit win over Orange and Purple forfeit win over Red on July 6 will go into the Guru’s standings as wins after these games  
COURT 3: Forest Green-WC vs. Black-TJU

TUESDAY, JULY 25 (Regular Season Ends)

7 p.m.

COURT 1: Black-TJU 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 July 12)

BLACK (Thomas Jefferson University – formerly Philadelphia U.) (4-3)

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: vs. White L: 45-61
July 4:  No Game (Holiday)
July 6: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) W: 70-62
July 11: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley), W: 63-35
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 (4-3)

June 15: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) L: 47-56
June 20: vs. Sun (Ursinus) L: 46-73
June 22: vs. Black (Thomas Jefferson U.) W: 59-57
June 27: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill) W: 77-63
June 29: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley) W: 74-55
July 4: No Game (Holiday)
July 6: vs. Maroon (USciences) L: 51-62
July 11: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) W: 68-60
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) (5-2)

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: vs. Maroon (USciences) L: 69-73 (2OT)
July 4 : No Games (Holiday)
July 6: vs. Sun (Ursinus) W: 70-60
July 11: vs. Electric Green L: 60-68
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 (Thomas Jefferson U.), Court 3
July 25 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown), Court 3

MAROON (USciences) (6-1)

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 (Thomas Jefferson U.) W: 74-50
June 29: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) W: 73-69 (2OT)
July 4: No Games (Holiday)
July 6: vs. Electric Green W: 62-51
July 11: vs. Sky Blue W: 65-46
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) (4-3)

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: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) W: 83-63
July 4:  No Games (Holiday)
July 6: vs. Sky Blue L: 0-2 forfeit
July 11: vs. White L: 47-71
July 13 (Thur), 8:15 p.m.: vs. Black (Thomas Jefferson 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) (1-6)

June 15: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley) W: 55-52
June 20: vs. Black (Thomas Jefferson U.) L: 42-89
June 22: vs. Orange (Holy Family) L: 44-60
June 27: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) L: 47-83
June 29: vs. Sun (Ursinus) L: 46-76
July 4: No Games (Holiday)
July 6: vs. White L: 47-68
July 11: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill) L: 71-78
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) (0-7) - #

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: vs. Electric Green L: 55-74
July 4: No Games (Holiday)
July 6: vs. Sky Blue L: 58-77 (originally scheduled July 20)
July 11: vs. Black (Thomas Jefferson U.) L: 35-63
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: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill) W: 2-0 forfeit and will go into Guru record after here
July 25 (Tues), 8:15 p.m.: vs. White, Court 1

RED (Chestnut Hill) (2-5)

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: vs. Sky Blue W: 88-72
July 4: No Games (Holiday)
July 6: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley) L: 0-2 forfeit
July 11: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington) W: 78-71 
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 (Thomas Jefferson U.), Court 1

ROYAL BLUE (Kutztown) (4-3)

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: vs. Orange (Holy Family) L: 63-83 
July 4: No Games (Holiday)
July 6: vs. Black (Thomas Jefferson U.) L: 60-70
July 11: vs. Sun (Ursinus) L: 0-2 forfeit
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 (3-4)-#

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: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill): L: 72-88
July 4: No Games (Holiday)
July 6: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley) W: 77-58 (originally scheduled July 20)
July: vs. Maroon (USciences) L: 46-65
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) vs. Orange (Holy Family) W: 2-0 forfeit and will go into Guru record after here
July 25 (Tues), 7 p.m.: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington, Court 2

SUN (Ursinus) (4-3)

June 15: vs. Black (Thomas Jefferson 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: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington) W: 76-46
July 4: No Games (Holiday)
July 6: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) L: 60-70
July 11: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) W: 2-0 forfeit
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 (4-3)

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: vs. Black (Thomas Jefferson U.) W: 61-45
July 4: No Games (Holiday)
July 6: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington) W: 68-47
July 11: vs. Orange (Holy Family) W: 71-47
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

Somewhat More in Order In Terms of More Significant Number of Games Played
(W-Win, L-Loss in parenthesis)

#-After the forfeits of July 6 the Guru and commissioner W-L counts are diverging slightly until after July 20 when they will be in total agreement. The # labelled are not yet factored here until then.

Maroon (6-1): vs. Wh (L); vs. Red (W); vs. Pu (W); vs. Blk (W); vs. FG (W-2OT); vs. EG (W); vs. SB (W); Pk; vs. Or; vs. RB; vs. Sun
For Grn (5-2): vs. SB (W); vs. Wh (W); vs. Red (W); vs. Or (W); vs. M (L-2OT) ; vs. Sun (W); vs. EG (L); vs. Pu; vs. Pk; vs. Blk; vs. RB
 
White (4-3): vs. M (W); vs. FG (L); vs. RB (L); vs. SB (L); vs. Blk (W); vs. Pnk (W); vs. Or (W); vs. Sun; vs. EG; vs. Red; vs. Pu
Black (4-3): vs. Sun (W); vs. Pk (W); vs. EG (L); vs. M (L); vs. Wh (L); vs. RB (W); vs. Pu (W); vs. Or; vs. SB; vs. FG; vs. Red
Sun (4-3): vs. Blk (L); vs. EG (W); vs. SB (L); vs. Pu (W); vs. Pk (W); vs. FG (L); vs. RB (W-F); vs. Wh; vs. Red; vs. Or; vs. M
Roy Blue (4-3); vs. EG (W); vs. SB (W); vs. Wh (W); vs. Pk (W) ; vs. Or (L); vs. Blk (L); vs. Sun (L-F); vs. Red; vs. Pu; M; vs. FG
Elec Grn (4-3): vs. RB (L); vs. Sun (L); vs. Blk (W); vs. Red (W); vs. Pu (W); vs. M (L); vs. FG (W); vs. SB; vs. Wh; vs. Pk; vs. Or
Orange (4-3): vs. Red (W); vs. Pu (W); vs. Pk (W); vs. FG (L); vs. RB (W); vs. SB(F-L); vs. Wh (L); vs. Blk; vs. M; vs. Sun; vs. EG

#Sky Blue (3-4): vs. FG (L); vs. RB (L); vs. Sun (W); vs. Wh (W); vs. Red (L); vs. Or(#W-F); vs. M (L); vs. EG; vs. Blk; vs. Pu (W); vs. Pk

Red (2-5): vs. Or (L); vs. M (L); vs. FG (L); vs. EG (L); vs. SB (W); vs. Pur(L-F); vs. P (W)k; vs. RB; vs. Sun; vs. Wh; vs. Blk

Pink (1-6): vs. Pu (W); vs. Blk (L); vs. Or (L); vs. RB (L); vs. Sun (L); vs. Wh (L); vs. Red (L); vs. M; vs. FG; vs. EG; vs. SB

#Purple (0-7): vs. Pk (L); vs. Or (L); vs. M (L); vs. Sun (L); vs. EG (L); Red (#W-F); vs. Blk (L); vs. FG; vs. RB; vs. SB (L); vs. Wh

F-game decided by forfeit


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