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, August 02, 2017

Philly Women's Summer League: Same 72-56 Wins Return Maroon and White to the Title Game

By Bob Heller and Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguru

HATBORO, Pa. – Two identical 73-56 victories for very different reasons in the semifinals of the Philadelphia/Suburban Women’s NCAA-Certified Summer Basketball League Tuesday night have brought things seasonally and annually full circle heading into Thursday night’s championship here at Kelly Bolish Gym, home of the AAU Renegades.

Top-seeded Team Maroon/USciences produced a first-quarter 22-0 shutout and coasted for the most part from there over fifth-seeded Team Electric Green (8-5), though in the second half Electric trimmed a deep deficit down to 12 points before Maroon (11-2) returned to its three-point barrage to advance to the title game for the second straight year.

Electric Green, coached by Steve Flynn and which by seed had upset No. 4 Team Royal Blue/Kutztown U. In the quarterfinals, was at a major disadvantage at the outset when their two major players – Saint Joseph’s senior Chelsea Woods and all-time Penn Charter scorer Hannah Fox, a freshman last season on NCAA Division III Amherst – were unable to attend.

Woods, who tweaked her knee several weeks ago had been reported to be ready but word at the gym was that she aggravated the injury at a summer practice earlier Tuesday on Hawk Hill.

Fox, who bombed the nets for 22 points in Thursday’s quarterfinals last week, had a prior commitment, which, at this time of the year, comes with the territory in the summer league.

Eighth-seeded Team Orange/Holy Family, for example, forfeited the quarterfinal opener last week 2-0 to Maroon when it was unable to field a squad.

When longtime Commissioner David Kessler commented to Maroon’s Alyx McKiernan during a timeout early in the game that Maroon doesn’t seem fond of taking prisoners, she responded, “That’s right. We came here to win.”

Maroon peppered the net with a league high 14 three-pointers for the 11-game regular season and playoffs, a number that may be one of the all-time highs in any season in the long history of the league’s summer action.

In the other game, meanwhile, third-seeded Team White (10-3), the defending champion, avenged a regular-season early loss to second-seeded Forrest Green/West Chester (10-3).

That setback had started an uncharacteristic three-game slide before theTeam White squad began to recover and surged through the rest of the schedule with a seven-game win streak that continued through the postseason and has now reached nine straight.

Saint Joseph’s senior Amanda Fioravanti, named by us a week ago as the MVP of the 15-member all-league team, was the night’s top performer out of the two games with 25 points for Team White.

Fioravanti tied Saint Joseph’s senior teammate Chelsea Woods of Electric Green with a league 20-or-more points performance high seven times during the season. She also had the best individual night of the regular season with 41 points on June 29.

So now Team Maroon in Thursday’s title game (7 p.m. tip) on Court 1 will play the Keith Wood-coached White squad that beat them last year for the championship, competing as Gold, and then came right back at them on opening night June 15 with another victory 56-50 as Fioravanti served notice on her league season ahead with 21 points.

Had Forest Green prevailed, the title round would have rematched the league regular season co-champions from a regular-season game in which Maroon prevailed in double overtime, which ultimately gave the USciences squad the top seed via tiebreaker. 

Bob in a bit has the recaps of both games.

Top Performers

For the playoffs the Guru took his nightly 20-points or more honors from the regular season and reduced it to 15, but on Tuesday all but one player who went over the lower barrier hit the 20 mark, except except Maroon’s Thomas, who scored 18 points.

Following Fioravanti’s 25, Mia Hopkins of Forest Green, who hit the honor several times during the 11-game schedule, had 24 points, while Maroon’s Jess Huber scored 22, aided by four three-balls, while Electric Green’s Jaryn Garner of Saint Joseph’s scored 20, shooting 6-for-7 from the line in what became her season final.

Stephanie Petery of Team White just missed the playoff nightly citation scoring 14 points, fueled by three triplets.

Tuesday Recaps

Semifinals

#1-Team Maroon 73, #5-Electric Green 56

Team Maroon, also known as USciences pitched a first quarter shutout as they punched their ticket to the league championship game with a 73-56 blowout of Team Electric Green in the opening semi final game Tuesday night.

The top seeded Maroon squad will advance to the championship game for the second consecutive year and will face Team White in a rematch of this season’s opening game; won by White 56-50 and a rematch of last year’s championship contest. (Also won by White).

Five players reached double figures for Maroon led by freshman Jess Huber’s 22 points.  Junior Alex Thomas added 18 while seniors Laura Trisch and Colleen Walsh along with junior Alyx McKiernan added ten points apiece.  

Maroon connected on 14 three-point field goals (out of 22 attempts) – the highest total made in any league game this season. 

St. Joseph’s senior Jaryn Garner led the Electric Green squad with 20 points while Lafayette College senior Samantha Stipa added 13.

Missed shots were few and far between for Maroon in the first quarter which saw them jump out to a 22-0 lead as Electric Green struggled to contain Maroon’s three point offense that connected on five of six from beyond the arc in the quarter.

Garner got Electric Green on the board with a pair of free throws on their first possession of the second quarter and Stipa followed with the team’s first field, 11:31 into the game. 

A 20-4 spurt by Maroon produced their biggest lead of the game at 44-8 before Electric Green six of the final eight points of the period to close the gap to 32 points at the break, 46-14.

The Electric Green squad started to chip away at the lead in the third quarter using a 16-6 run over the final five minutes of the period to cut Maroon’s 30 point lead to 20, 62-42.  Garner and Morgan Maturani combined for 11 of the 16 points during the run.

A 9-1 run by Electric Green to open up the fourth quarter cut the deficit to its closest margin since the first quarter, 63-51.  

Huber then scored all seven points of Maroon’s 7-2 flourish to push the margin to 17 with 3:17 left with the freshman’s fourth and final three-point basket ending the run and putting the proverbial dagger in any comeback effort by the Electric Green squad.  She added a layup with 19 seconds left to round out the scoring.

 #3-Team White 73, #4-Team Forest Green  56

 Team White advanced to the championship game for the third consecutive year as they also notched a blowout win with a 73-56 win over Forest Green, also known as West Chester University.

A year ago, the Keith Wood-coached team wore the Gold uniform.

The White victory avenged a 57-51 loss to the Forest Green squad in the second game of this season’s11-game league schedule.  

White will face Team Maroon, a 73-56 winner over Electric Green in the championship game on Tuesday, in a rematch of last year’s final game, won the White squad.

St. Joseph’s senior Amanda Fioravanti led all scorers, pacing the White squad with 25 points.  Stephanie Petery, a Mercyhurst sophomore added 14 points while St. Joe’s freshman Mary Sheehan chipped in 12.

West Chester senior Mia Hopkins led Forest Green with 24 points and was the only Forest Green player to reach double figures.  WCU sophomores Gabby Troisi and Katie Fisher had eight points apiece while recent University of Tampa graduate Jenny Horvatinovic also scored eight points (all in the second half).

Hopkins scored six of Forest Green’s first ten points as the second seeded squad took an early 10-6 lead.  

Fioravanti completed a traditional three point play and Petery added a three-ball to complete an 8-0 run for the White team as they took a 14-10 lead with 3:23 left in the quarter.  White closed out the quarter with an 8-4 flourish to push their lead to eight 22-14.

White dominated the second quarter, opening the period with an 11-2 spurt and outscoring Forest Green over the course of the period 23-7 to take a 45-21 lead at halftime.  

Fioravanti had six points in the quarter and was the team’s leading scorer with 14points heading into the third period.

Forest Green opened the third quarter with a 7-3 run to cut the deficit to 20.  After a three-point basket from White’s Ashley Wood, their lead oscillated between 20- and 24 points the rest of the period with White holding a 58-38 lead entering the final period of play.

The lead was still 20 points as both teams exchanged baskets in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter.   

 Horvatinovic and Troisi followed with a pair of free throws apiece to trim the lead to its closest point, 62-46 with 7:12 left in the game.  Petery knocked down a three-ball and Sheehan made one of two from the line to push the lead back to 20 at 66-46.  

Both teams exchanged points over the next several possessions with the lead remaining between 20-22 points until the final minute of play where Forest Green scored the final four points of the game to make the final score 73-56. 

 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

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

Players in the Regular Season Scoring 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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