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.

Thursday, August 03, 2017

Philly Summer Women's League: Maroon/USciences in Revenge Game Against White in Championship

By Bob Heller and Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguru

HATBORO, Pa. – And so here we are 12 months later down to the final night Thursday in the Philadelphia/Suburban Women’s NCAA-Certified Summer Basketball League at Kelly Bolish Gym, home of the AAU Renegades where the defending champions are back, but playing as White instead of Gold as they meet Maroon/USciences, once again holding the top seed.

A year ago the Keith Wood-coached Gold squad snapped a two-game losing streak to Maroon in easily taking the championship and claiming its first title in two seasons. Now, it's Maroon looking to snap a similar two-game losing streak to White.

Besides the difference in uniform color change, courtesy of the designations prior to the season by longtime commissioner David Kessler, who will be once again on the Public Address system for the 7 p.m. tip on Court 1, the White team (10-3) in uncharacteristic fashion got here playing from behind.

After coming right back and beating Maroon (11-2) in the season opener on June 15, White went on in some narrow outcomes to drop to three straight before then righting itself and winning its final seven games to earn third place, all alone, a game behind Maroon and regular-season co-champion Forest Green/West Chester, who had handed White the first of their three defeats.

White got revenge for that loss Tuesday, beating Forest Green in the semifinals for its ninth-straight, including the playoffs.

“People were counting us out but I knew once we could get our legs down, we could do alright,” Wood said.

A major contributor was Saint Joseph’s senior Amanda Fioravanti, who was voted by your co-byliners as our Womhoops Guru MVP of the regular season, heading our 15-member all-league summer team for the regular season.

Fioravanti, along with Hawks senior teammate Chelsea Woods of the semifinalist Electric Green team, who missed her final weeks here because of a tweaked knee, hit the Guru’s individual 20-or-more nightly points standard a leading seven times on the 11-game schedule.

She also had the top individual game of the regular season, scoring 41 points on June 29, and off her performance in the quarterfinal win over Team Black/Jefferson U. (formerly Philadelphia U.), and over Forest Green in the semis, is a leading candidate for playoff honors.

The regular season and postseason citations, by the way, are just our contribution and are not official designations by the league.

Fioravanti, whose collegiate career began at Virginia prior to transferring to the Hawks, also got some good news prior to the start of summer league when the NCAA granted her another year of eligibility with Saint Joseph’s.

Like Team White, in college last winter, Fioravanti’s Hawks struggled early but righted themselves in the Atlantic 10 to surge to a third-place finish.

Maroon/USciences, meanwhile, allowed to compete with its entire roster under summer play rules stipulated for by the NCAA for Division II and III programs, played solidly with the top defense of the 12 teams.

Following the opening loss to White, the league co-leaders with a balanced attack were nearly flawless the rest of the way, ultimately earning what became the top seed with a double-overtime win 73-69 over Forest Green, though Maroon did get ambushed in the next-to-last game on the summer schedule 57-54 by Royal Blue/Kutztown U. to fall back to the first-place tie with Forest Green.

But now that the nemesis off the last two meetings is just ahead and while White powered through its two playoff opponents in the quarterfinals and semifinals, Maroon had less lifting to do, first in the quarterfinals, earning an essential bye via 2-0 forfeit when its Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference winter rival Orange/Holy Family couldn’t field a team.

Secondly, was Tuesday night in the semifinals when Electric Green had to go without its top two scorers, Woods, who was yet unable to return and when another commitment had to be honored by Hannah Fox, the all-time Penn Charter scorer, a freshman member of NCAA Division III champion Amherst (33-0), as well as the USA Maccabiah Games gold medalists in Israel.

Maroon tossed a first-quarter 22-0 shutout, though Electric Green fought back to a 12-point deficit late until Maroon got back to its torrid 3-point attack that featured 14 three-balls in the game.

Fox had just returned from Israel after Woods got sidelined and put up 30 her first game and continued to help the Steve Flynn-coach Electric Green team into the playoff quarterfinals where she scored 22 to help them advance to the semifinals.

With all that said, here are recaps – one from last season’s championship and the other from the season opener between Maroon/USciences and White, whose team was one of the few of the 12 that was not associated with a dominate school roster.

Champion Setup Team White vs. Team Maroon/USciences

2016 Philly WBB Summer Basketball Title Game: Team Gold 48, Team Maroon 34

After a one-year absence from finishing at the top, Gold is golden once more in the Philadelphia/Suburban NCAA Certified Women's Summer League.

Coach Keith Woods' second-seeded team snapped a two-game losing streak to top-seeded Maroon, Gold took an early and went on to a 48-34 victory over the squad, alson known as Division II USciences in the winter, Thursday night at Kelly Bolish Gym, home of the AAU Renegades.

Gold was able to win on a night that hot-scoring Alex Smith was unable to attend and Saint Joseph's junior Adaisha Franklyn was held under control, though she was still able to be the leading team scorer with 11 points in front of a shared effort.

By seed, the Gold win may read as an upset but in terms of roster talent with several Division I standouts, the new and former league champs were favored each of the past several games in their meetings.

It should be noted that there are changes in color and team rosters in many parts of the overall league makeup -- 13 squads the last several seasons and 12 this summer -- but under NCAA rules Division II and Division III men's and women's programs are allowed to play intact. Gold has also been able to produce a solid frontrunning contender the last several summers.

However, a year ago, Maroon, which has grown in stature during the regular collegiate season, upset Gold in the semifinals and nine days ago on the final night of the regular season Maroon pulled a 44-43 upset to finish in a first-place tie with Gold at 9-2 and take the top seed.

In 2014 Gold won the local league title led by then-Saint Joseph's incoming senior Natasha Cloud, the Cardinal O'Hara grad who went on the following spring to become a second-round pick of the WNBA Washington Mystics. She has since earned distinction as one of the bright young talents developing in the women's pro league.

Finally being on a title team after being in the league several seasons was a sweet honor Thursday night for 2012 La Salle grad Michele McCaughern.

"She was my Kevin Love this summer," said Woods, who added McCaughern in the annual draft in May. She scored 10 points in the title game against Maroon.

Woods' comparison was to the NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers veteran power forward who has been linked in recent days to trade rumors that would see him land on the 76ers.

As for how the game here went Thursday night, McCaughern's steady play helped offset the off-night of Franklyn caused by a tenacious defense from Maroon.
 
A former La Salle captain who played four years for the Explorers, McCaughern was one of three Gold players in double figures besides Franklyn (Bayard Rustin HS) and Nia Holland (10 points), the Shipley School graduate who is a sophomore at Lafayette. 
 
Sophomore Alyx McKiernan (Immaculate Heart Academy) led the Maroon squad with  eight points, which included two three point fields goals while freshman Maddie Ritsick (Crestwood HS) added six points on two three-point field goals.
 
The normally offensive-minded Team Gold turned in a strong defensive game on this night, causing many forced shots and misses from Team Maroon, holding them to their lowest offensive output of the season. Coincidentally, the point totals by Gold and Maroon in the two times they faced each other in 2016 were each team’s two lowest offensive productions totals of the season.
 
McCaughern keyed a 10-0 run by Gold at the end of the first quarter to turn a three-point deficit into a seven point lead by quarter’s end, scoring both the first and last baskets of the run.  


In the second quarter, junior Molly Greenberg’s (St. Basil Academy) layup brought Maroon back within four at 17-13.  


Gold then ran off seven points in the final five minutes to close out the half with a 24-13 lead.  Gold’s run also included a 2:31 stretch where neither team put any points on the board.  The two teams combined for just five total field goals in the second quarter.
 
The two teams exchanged baskets for much of the third quarter as the lead oscillated between nine and 11 points  over the first seven minutes of the period.  


McCaughern’s baseline jumper with 3:00 left followed by a fast break layup from Mia Hopkins 28 seconds later pushed the Gold lead to 14 at 35-21.  


Layups from Greenberg and junior Laura Trisch (Archbishop Wood HS) in the final two minutes cut the deficit back to where it was at the start of the period, 11 points, 37-26.
 
McKiernan’s triple to open the fourth quarter would trim the Gold lead to eight, 37-29 but a 7-0 run keyed by two Franklyn layups gave Gold a 15-point lead at 44-29.  


McKiernan added another trey at the 4:16 mark to make the score 44-32 but it would be Maroon’s final points until the last 15 seconds.  


Gold connected on 4-8 free throws in the final 2:34 to seal the win.USciences junior Colleen Walsh (The Shipley School) added a layup with 14.7 seconds left to make the final score 48-34.
 
2017 Season Opener: Team White 56, Team Maroon/USciences 50 

Last season’s championship game participants squared off again on opening night with Team Maroon (USciences) taking on Team White (who wore Gold in 2016).  

Team White took command of the game in the second half and opened up a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter before Team Maroon battled back to make it respectable as White recorded the 56-50 win. 

White jumped out to a 10-0 lead in the opening period before Maroon battled back to take the lead on three occasions in the second quarter prior to  White’s Jasmine Elum, a 2012 Bethune-Cookman grad, sank two free throws with 0.8 left on the clock to give White a 27-25 lead at the half.

 Leading by five to start the fourth quarter, White opened the final period with An 8-1 spurt to take a 48-36 lead.  

Team Maroon answered with seven straight points capped by an Alex Thomas triple to close within five 48-43.  Another White run, this time an 8-3 spurt, upped the lead to ten 56-46 with 1:25 left.  

Maroon scored the final four points making the final margin six at 56-50. As mentioned earlier, Amanda Fiorvanti led White with 21 points. Behind her, Nia Holland, a Lafayette junior out of the Shipley School, and Michele McCaughern, a 2012 La Salle grad out of West Chester East, each scored eight points.

 Devils senior Colleen Walsh, another Shipley School product, and classmate Laura Trisch out of Archbishop Wood, had 13 points apiece for Maroon while Alex Thomas, a USciences freshman, scored 10 points.

Championship Rosters

TEAM MAROON (USciences)
5    ALYX McKIERNAN 5’4  -- IMMAC. HEART ACAD/USCIENCES ‘19
10  MARISSA SYLVESTER 5’8 -- NAZERETH ACAD/USCIENCES ‘19
12  COLLEEN WALSH 5’10 -- SHIPLEY SCHOOL/USCIENCES ‘18
13  HALEY HELMS 5’7 -- USCIENCES ‘18
14  MIKAELA GIULIANI 6’1 -- NORTH PENN/USCIENCES ‘20
15  SHANNON MAY 5’4  -- ARCH WOOD/USCIENCES ‘21
22  LAURA TRISCH 5’10 -- ARCH WOOD/USCIENCE’18
25  ALEX THOMAS 5’9   -- ST. ELIZ HS/USCIENCES ‘21
30  IRISA YE 5’9  -- NORTH PENN/USCIENCES ’21 
32  JESS HUBER 5’9  -- NORTH PENN/USCIENCES ‘21

TEAM WHITE
 1   SHIRA NEWMAN 5’7 --  UPPER DUBLIN/MILLERSVILLE ‘13
 3   TUGA GOFF 5’4 --  UPPER DUBLIN/ROSEMONT
 5   STEPHANIE PETERY 5’9  -- POPE JOHN PAUL II/MERCYHURST ‘20
12 NIA HOLLAND 5’7 -- SHIPLEY SCHOOL/LAFAYETTE ‘19 
14 ASHLEY WOOD 5’6  --- SPRING-FORD/KUTZTOWN ‘13 
15 JASMINE ELUM 5’6 -- BODINE/BETHUNE-COOKMAN ‘12 
24  CAROLINE DePILLIS 5’7 -- HARRITON/LOYOLA MARYMOUNT ‘21 
30  MARY SHEEHAN 5’11  -- CARDINAL O’HARA/SAINT JOS. ‘21 
34  AMANDA FIORAVANTI 6’1  -- OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL/SAINT JOS. ‘17 
40 MICHELE McCAUGHERN 5’11  -- WEST CHESTER EAST/LaSALLE ‘12 
43  BRIANA WINSTON 5’10 -- HARRITON/KEAN COLLEGE ‘21 

Team Maroon and Team White Season Recaps

MAROON (USciences) (11-2) (Regular Season Co-Champion, League Finalist)

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 (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: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington) W: 83-35
July 18: vs. Orange (Holy Family) W: 91-55
July 20: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) L: 54-57
July 25: vs. Sun (Ursinus) W: 68-54
July 27: vs. Orange (Holy Family), W: 2-0, forfeit, Playoff Quarterfinals
August 1: vs. Electric Green W: 72-56, Playoff Semifinals
August 3: vs. White, League Championship, 7 p.m., Court 1

WHITE (10-3) (League Finalist)

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 (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: vs. Sun (Ursinus) W: 70-56
July 18: vs. Electric Green W: 58-52
July 20: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill) W: 65-53
July 25: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley) W: 75-54
July 27: vs. Black (Jefferson U.) W: 76-56, Playoff Quarterfinals
August 1: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) W:  73-56, Playoff Semifinals
August 3, vs. Maroon (USciences), League Championship, 7 P.M., Court 1

Final Regular Season Standings

Team,  W-L, Pct., G.B., PF, PA

$=}+ Maroon, 9-2, .818, -- ,  742 542
$=+ Forest Green, 9-2, .818, -- , 741 646
$=} White, 8-3, .727, 1.0,  709 603
$-&^%-Royal Blue, 7-4, .636, 2.0 , 591 538
$= Electric Green, 7-4, .636, 2.0, 728 654
$-Black, 7-4, .636, 2.0, 721 603
S-@-Sky Blue, 5-6, .455, 4.0, 650 667
$-!-Orange, 5-6, .455, 4.0 ,  617 659
X-^*-Sun, 5-6, .455, 4.0 615 596
X-!%-Red, 2-9, .182, 7.0, 505 580
X-Pink, 1-10, .091, 8.0, 517 830
X-@-Purple, 1-10, .091, 8.0 492 708

@-Includes forfeit wins of Sky Blue over Orange and Purple over Red.
!-Does include Orange forfeit loss to Sky Blue and Red forfeit loss to Purple.
^-Does include Royal Blue forfeit 2-0 loss to Sun.
*-Includes Sun 2-0 forfeit win over Royal Blue.
%-Does include Red forfeit loss to Royal Blue.
&-Includes Royal Blue forfeit win over Red.

$-Clinched playoffs
X-Eliminated from playoffs
+-Regular Season Co-Champion (Maroon top seed thru head-to-head tiebreaker)
=-Semifinalsts
}-league finalists

PLAYOFF RESULTS AND SCHEDULE

Thursday, July 27

Quarterfinals

1-Maroon 2, 8-Orange 0, forfeit
5-Electric Green 72, 4-Royal Blue 64
2-Forest Green 76, 7-Sky Blue 63
3-White 76, 6-Black 56

Tuesday, August 1

Semifinals

1-Maroon 73, 5-Electric Green, 56
3-White 73, 2-Forest Green, 56
 
Thursday, August 3

Championship

7 p.m.

1-Maroon (11-2) vs. 3-White (10-3), Court 1

 Individual Players In Postseason With 15 Or More Points

25-Amanda Fioravanti, White, W, vs. Forest Green, Semifinals, August 1
24-Mia Hopkins, Forest Green, L, vs. White, Semifinals, August 1
22-Jen Huber, Maroon, W, vs. Electric Green, Semifinals, August 1
22-Hannah Fox, Electric Green, W, vs. Royal Blue, Quarterfinals, July 27
20-Jaryn Garner, Electric Green, L, vs. Maroon, Semifinals, August 1
20-Jaryn Garner, Electric Green, W, vs. Royal Blue, Quarterfinals, July 27
20-Michaela Clay, Royal Blue, L, vs. Electric Green, Quarterfinals, July 27
19-Whisper Fisher, Sky Blue, L, vs. Forest Green, Quarterfinals, July 27
19- Mary Sheehan, White, W, vs. Black, Quarterfinals, July 27
18-Alex Thomas, Maroon, W, vs. Electric Green, Semifinals, August 1
18-Alynna Williams, Black, L, vs. White, Quarterfinals, July 27
17-Briana Winston, White, W, vs. Black, Quarterfinals, July 27
16-Jen Horvatinovic, Forest Green, W, vs. Sky Blue, Quarterfinals, July 27
16-Katie Jekot, Sky Blue, L, vs. Forest Green, Quarterfinals, July 27
15-Mia Hopkins, Forest Green, W, vs. Sky Blue, Quarterfinals, July 27

Individual Players in Regular Season With 20 Or More Points

41-Amanda Fioravanti, White, L, vs. Sky Blue, June 27
33-Kristen Daley, Sun, L, vs. Orange, July 20
33-Jess Huber, Maroon, W-2OT, vs. Forest Green, June 29
31-Chelsea Woods, Electric Green, W, vs. Sky Blue, July 13
30-Hannah Fox, Electric Green, W, vs. Pink, July 20
30-Chelsea Woods, Electric Green, W, vs. Red, June 27
29- Liz Radley, Orange, W, vs. Sun, July 20
28-Chelsea Woods, Electric Green, W, vs. Forest Green, July 11
27-Chelsea Woods, Electric Green, L, vs. White, July 18
27-Amanda Fioravanti, White, L, vs. Royal Blue, June 22
27-Kendall Grasella, Sky Blue, L, vs. Forest Green, June 15
26-Mia Hopkins, Forest Green, W, vs. Black, July 20
26-Katie Jekot, Sky Blue, L, vs. Black, July 18
26-Amanda Fioravanti, White, W, vs. Black, June 29
26-Chelsea Woods, Electric Green, W, vs. Black, June 22
25-Erin Lindahl, Sky Blue, W, vs. Pink, July 25 
25-Caitlyn Cunningham, Black, W, vs. Sky Blue, July 18
25-Chelsea Woods, Electric Green, L, vs. Royal Blue, June 15
24-Mia Hopkins, Forest Green, W, vs. Royal Blue, July 25
24-Shayna Rodriguez, Pink, L, vs. Sky Blue, July 25
24-Beverly Kum, Black, W, vs. Orange, July 13
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-Kristen Daley, Sun, W, vs. Red, July 18
22-Amanda Fioravanti, White, W, vs. Sun, July 13
22-Irisa Ye, Maroon, W, vs. Pink, July 13
22-Sierra Taylor, Royal Blue, L, vs. Black, July 6
21-Anjeliah Hayes, Orange, L, vs. Electric Green, July 25
21-Kristen Daley, Sun, L, vs. Maroon, July 25
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, W, vs. Maroon, June 15
20-Amanda Fioravanti, White, W, vs. Purple, July 25
20-Mia Hopkins, Forest Green, W, vs. Pink, July 18
20-Meghan Pickell, Orange, L, vs. Maroon, July 18
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 

Womhoops Guru All-Philly WBB Summer League Team
(Regular Season)
(Listing in no particular order with MVP also named)

*-Amanda Fiorvanti             White
Jess Huber                          Maroon
Colleen Walsh                   Maroon
Chelsea Woods                 Electric Green
Mia Hopkins                       Forest Green
Jenny Horvatinovic           Forest Green
Erin Lindahl                        Sky Blue
Caitlyn Cunningham         Black
Michaela Clay                    Royal Blue
Sierra Taylor                      Royal Blue
Alex Thomas                      Maroon
Nia Holland                        White
Alynna Williams                Black
Liz Radley                           Orange
Shayna Rodriguez             Pink

*-MVP, regular season

LEAGUE 12-TEAM SEASON PERFORMANCE

XX-Playoff Team

XX-BLACK (Jefferson University – formerly Philadelphia U.) (7-5)

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: vs. Orange (Holy Family) W: 79-55
July 18: vs. Sky Blue W: 68-62
July 20: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) L: 69-70
July 25: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill) W: 61-41
July 27: vs. White, L: 56-76, Playoff Quarterfinals 

XX-ELECTRIC GREEN (8-5)

June 15: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) L: 47-56
June 20: vs. Sun (Ursinus) L: 46-73
June 22: vs. Black (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: vs. Sky Blue W: 81-66
July 18: vs. White L: 52-58
July 20: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington) W: 95-47
July 25: vs. Orange (Holy Family) W: 73-58
July 27: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) W: 72-64, Playoff Quarterfinals
August 1: vs. Maroon (USciences) L: 56-73, Playoff Semifinals  

XX-FOREST GREEN (West Chester) (10-3) (Regular Season Co-Champion)

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: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley) W: 77-66
July 18: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington) W: 75-42
July 20: vs. Black (Jefferson U.) W: 70-69
July 25: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) W: Forest Green W: 73-58
July 27: vs. Sky Blue W: 76-63, Playoff Quarterfinals
August 1: vs. White L: 56-73, Playoff Semifinals

XX-MAROON (USciences) (11-2) (Regular Season Co-Champion, League Finalist)

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 (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: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington) W: 83-35
July 18: vs. Orange (Holy Family) W: 91-55
July 20: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) L: 54-57
July 25: vs. Sun (Ursinus) W: 68-54
July 27: vs. Orange (Holy Family), W: 2-0, forfeit, Playoff Quarterfinals
August 1: vs. Electric Green W: 72-56, Playoff Semifinals
August 3: vs. White, League Championship, 7 p.m., Court 1

XX-ORANGE (Holy Family) (5-7)

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: vs. Black (Jefferson U.) L: 55-79
July 18: vs. Maroon (USciences) L: 55-91
July 20: vs. Sun (Ursinus) W: 84-63
July 25: vs. Electric Green L: 57-78
July 27: vs. Maroon L: 0-2, forfeit, Playoff Quarterfinals

PINK (PSU-Abington) (1-10)

June 15: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley) W: 55-52
June 20: vs. Black (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: vs. Maroon (USciences) L: 35-83
July 18: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) L: 42-75
July 20: vs. Electric Green L: 47-95
July 25: vs. Sky Blue L: 41-71 

PURPLE (Delaware Valley) (1-10) - #

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 (Jefferson U.) L: 35-63
July 13: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) L: 66-77
July 18: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) L: 33-69
#-July 20: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill) W: 2-0 forfeit win
July 25: vs. White L: 54-75 

RED (Chestnut Hill) (2-9)

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: vs. Royal Blue (Kutztown) L: 0-2
July 18: vs. Sun (Ursinus) L: 41-73
July 20: vs. White L: 53-65
July 25: vs. Black (Thomas Jefferson U.) L: 41-61

XX-ROYAL BLUE (Kutztown) (7-5)

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 (Jefferson U.) L: 60-70
July 11: vs. Sun (Ursinus) L: 0-2 forfeit
July 13: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill) W: 2-0 forfeit
July 18: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley) W: 69-33
July 20: vs. Maroon (USciences) W: 57-54
July 25: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) L: 58-73
July 27: vs. Electric Green L: 64-72, Playoff Quarterfinals

XX-SKY BLUE (5-7)-#

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 11: vs. Maroon (USciences) L: 46-65
July 13: vs. Electric Green L: 66-81
July 18: vs. Black (Jefferson U.) L: 62-68
#-July 20: vs. Orange (Holy Family) W: 2-0 forfeit
July 25: vs. Pink (PSU-Abington) W: 71-41
July 27: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) L: 63-76

SUN (Ursinus) (5-6)

June 15: vs. Black (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: vs. White L: 56-70
July 18: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill) W: 73-41
July 20: vs. Orange (Holy Family), L: 63-84
July 25: vs. Maroon (USciences) L: 54-68

XX-WHITE (10-3) (League Finalist)

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 (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: vs. Sun (Ursinus) W: 70-56
July 18: vs. Electric Green W: 58-52
July 20: vs. Red (Chestnut Hill) W: 65-53
July 25: vs. Purple (Delaware Valley) W: 75-54
July 27: vs. Black (Jefferson U.) W: 76-56, Playoff Quarterfinals
August 1: vs. Forest Green (West Chester) W:  73-56, Playoff Semifinals
August 3, vs. Maroon (USciences), League Championship, 7 P.M., Court 1


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