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, July 27, 2018

Philly WBB Summer League: No. 10 Upset by Lime over No. 7 Kelly Green Causes Re-Seeds for the Quarterfinals

By Bob Heller and Mel Greenberg


HATBORO, Pa. — Proving it was no fluke from the second night of the season, 10th-seeded Lime upset 7th seeded Kelly Green, also known as D2 Chestnut Hill, 90-68, Thursday night in one of two playoff openers in the Philadelphia/Suburban NCAA-Certified Women’s Basketball Summer League forcing a re-shuffle at the top of the pairings for Tuesday night’s quarterfinals action.


The second play-in game was much closer, remaining undecided into the last minute, until 8th-seeded Sky Blue, also known as D3 Arcadia, defeated ninth-seeded Orange, also known as D3 Penn State-Abington, 62-58, at Kelly Bolish Gym, home of the AAU Renegades.


As a result, the rules calling for the highest seed to play the lowest surviving seed now has No. 1 Black (9-0), also known as D2 Jefferson University, meeting Lime (1-8) on Court 1 at 7 p.m., while third seeded Red (7-2), also known as D2 Kutztown, will meet 6th seeded Purple (4-5) at the same time on Court.


Maroon (8-1), (also known as D2 USciences), at 8:15 p.m. on Court 1, now meets No. 8 Sky Blue (2-7), while at the same time on Court 2, No. 4 Royal (6-3) will meet No. 5 Golden Sun (5-4).


Had Kelly Green been the winner, they would have met Maroon, which finished second, losing only to Black, which finished the regular season in the 10-team league unbeaten and claiming the top spot in the final standings for the first time.


Two players in Tuesday’s games hit the playoff edition of the Guru’s special individual performance accolade of 20 points or more with Lydia Konstanzer scoring 32 for Lime.


The Ursinus junior out of Pennridge hit the magical milestone several times during the regular season.


In the other game, Jamie Manzo, an Arcadia junior out of South Jersey’s Cherokee High, scored 20 for Sky Blue, making it her first entry for special nightly distinction.


While the Lime upset may look stunning by seed, the outcome was similar to a 76-55 wipeout on the second night of the season in late June.


The four teams at the bottom of the final standings who played Tuesday were all close to each other with Kelly Green and Sky Blue finishing 2-7, one of which for Sky Blue was a forfeit over Lime, while Orange and Lime were 1-8.


All their wins were over each other in that bottom four.


Bob will have the complete recap of both games after we do a little look ahead.and repeat some of the notes from the nightly bulletin done by longtime commissioner David Kessler when the teams play.


Looking Ahead


Black takes the floor as top dog for the first time ever when the group opens play against Lime at 7 p.m. on Court 1.


The Jefferson group did not have a player hit the 20-point performance citation during the nine-game schedule but offered a very balanced and solid attack.


In their meeting during the season on June 26 to start the second week, Black routed Lime 91-52 as Beverly Kum scored 19 points, Erin Maher scored 17, Maddison Haney scored 12, and Ayoola Oguntuase scored 10.


Lime’s Kate Fisher and Gabby Trois each scored nine, while Konstanzer and Jessica McKenzie each scored seven points.


In the other game, at 7 p.m. on Court 2, No. 3 Red (7-2) meets No. 6 Purple (4-5).


During the season recently on July 19th, Red won 66-52, snapping a two-game losing streak, with five players scoring nine or more points, paced by Abby Beyer, an Elizabethtown senior, who had 12 points.


The D2 Holy Family duo of Jada Smith, a sophomore out of Merion Mercy, and Elizabeth Radley, a junior out of Bishop Eustace, scored 16 and 14, respectively.


In the 8:15 game on Court 1, Maroon, which has been raining three-pointers in contests of late, meets Sky Blue, which the USciences bunch stormed to an 80-33 win on opening night as Jess Huber sored 15 of her 17 points across the second and third quarters.


Kendall Keyes with 11 points and Taylor Hamm and Jordan Vitelli with 10 each also reached double figures for Maroon.


Sky Blue got team bests of eight points each from Joelle Bridges and Taylor Dunn.


In the other 8:15 p.m., played on Court 2, between No. 4 Royal (6-3) and No. 5 Golden Sun (5-4), in their previous scheduled meeting on July 10 after the week-long break for the July 4th holiday, Golden Sun committed the first of only two across the board forfeits this summer to be saddled with a 2-0 loss.


So this being a first-time rather than repeat matchup could be interesting, especially since the seeds of the two teams are right next to each other.


Noteworthy


Commissioner Kessler says this summer the roster had over 100 players from more than 40 collegiate programs,


The breakdown of former high school affiliations begin with 7 from North Penn, 6 from St. Basil, 4 each from Archbishop Wood,and Archbishop Ryan, 3 each from Spring-Ford, Central Bucks South, Central Bucks West, and 2 each from Villa Joseph Marie, Boyertown, Lansdale Catholic, Atlantic Christian, Shipley School, Merion Mercy Academy, Abington, Bishop Eustace, Cherokee, Life Center Academy, Cardinal Carroll, and Marple.


PLAYOFFS FIRST ROUND RECAPS


#10 Team Lime Green 90   #7 Team Kelly Green 68

An 11-0 run by the tenth-seeded Team Lime was the impetus they needed as they pulled away and cruised to a 90-68 win over seventh seed Team Kelly Green in the opening game of the Philadelphia/Suburban NCAA women’s Basketball Summer League at Kelly Bolish Gym in Hatboro, Pennsylvania.

Lime Green advances and will face the top seed Team Black, also known as Jefferson University on Tuesday, July 31 in the first of four quarterfinal matches.

Lydia Konstanzer (Ursinus College) turned in a career night with 32 points to pace the shorthanded Lime Green squad, who had only five players available for the game.  


Gabby Troisi and Katie Fisher, both juniors at West Chester University, had 18 points apiece while Rylee Power, a West Chester senior added 16 points.  Konstanzer’s Ursinus teammate Francesca Bogziatsis chipped in six points.

Kelly Green, also known as Chestnut Hill College, placed four players in double figures, led by Lauren Crim’s 19 points.  Kate Seeman added 14 while LIU-Post junior Asia Turner had 13. Rachel Millan rounded out the double figure scorers with 12.

After a back and forth first two quarters that saw eight lead changes and neither team leading by more than five points, it was Lime Green who held the slim 42-37 lead at the half.

Millan’s three-pointer closed the gap to 42-40 before Lime Green ran off 11 straight points, including six straight from Troisi to take a 53-40 lead.  


Crim’s three-ball cut Lime Green’s lead to ten at 53-43 with 4:38 left in the quarter.  Lime came back with a 10-2 run to push their lead to 18 63-45 before Kelly Green outscored Lime 7-5 to close out the quarter with Lime Green up by 16, 68-42.  

Lime Green opened the final stanza with a 15-2 uprising to put the game out of reach with Konstanzer scoring her final eight points of the night during the run.


Fisher’s three-pointer with about three minutes left gave Lime Green their biggest lead at 89-56 with about three minutes remaining.  Kelly Green closed out their summer league season on a high note however, finishing the game with a 12-1 run to make the final score 90-68.  

#8 Team Sky Blue  62 #9 Team Orange  58

The second game of the evening turned out to be a hard fought battle as the #8 seed, Team Sky Blue; also known as Division III Arcadia University held off a late rally from #9 seed Team Orange, also known as Penn State Abington to secure a 62-58 win a spot in the quarterfinal round.

Sky Blue will face the #2 seed Team Maroon, also known as USciences, in one of the two late game quarterfinal matchups next Tuesday.

Jamie Manzo led all scorers with 20 points to pace the Sky Blue offense while Taylor Dunn added 14 points. Taylor Fritz and Sami Falenecki had eight points apiece.
Gabby Heinsinger, an NYU junior, led team Orange with 17 points.  Shayna Rodriguez and Sydney Barrow had 15 points apiece while Danielle Skedzielewski, a Delaware Valley University senior chipped in seven.

Nine lead changes highlighted the first ten minutes of action as Orange held a slim two-point lead 18-16.  A basket by Fritz followed by a three-ball from Dunn gave Sky Blue a 25-22 lead midway through the second quarter.


Manzo’s two free throws pushed the Sky Blue lead to its largest point of the half 27-22 before Orange closed out the half with a 6-2 run capped by a Rodriguez trey to make the contest a one-point match29-28 in favor of Sky Blue at the half.

Sky Blue used a 7-2 run over a four minute stretch in the third quarter to take their biggest lead at 39-31.  Orange however came right back with a 10-3 spurt, highlighted by two Heinsinger three-balls and two Barrow breakaway layups following steals.  Heinsinger’s triple with 39 seconds left, capped the rally and pulled Orange within one 42-41.

Orange’s offense however went cold as the first quarter commenced as they did not score their first field goal until the 3:10 mark, leading to an 8-1 run by Sky Blue and a 50-42 lead.  

Rodriguez’s basket at the 3:10 mark broke the run and cut Sky Blue’s lead to six 50-44. After Manzo went 1-2 from the line, Orange got baskets from Skedzielewski and Barrow to pull within three 51-48 with 1:41 remaining.  Barrow’s triple with 40 seconds left closed the gap to two at 55-53. Sky Blue then sealed the win making seven of eight shots from the free throw line over the final 37 seconds to come away with the four point win.

SCOREBOARD

Standings (Regular Season Final)

Team, W-L, Pct., G.B., PF, PA


*-Black 9-0 1.000 — 611 469

Maroon 8-1 .889 1.0 705 433

Red 7-2 .778 2.0 615 453
Royal 6-3 .667 3.0 559 463
Golden Sun 5-4 .556 4.0 590 507
Purple 4-5 .445 5.0 616 594
X-Kelly Green 2-7 .222 7.0 486 677
Sky Blue 2-7 .222 7.0 388 603
X-Orange 1-8 .111 8.0 472 634

Lime 1-8 .111 8.0 472 636

*-Clinched Top Seed

X-eliminated in First Round


Royal has a forfeit win 2-0 over Golden Sun

Golden Sun has a forfeit loss 0-2 to Royal

Sky Blue has a forfeit win 2-0 over Lime

Lime has a forfeit loss 0-2 to Sky Blue


Individual Scoring 20 or More Points

39-Isis Young, Golden Sun, W, vs. Lime, June 19
34-Michelle Nicholls, Purple, W, vs. Orange, June 21
31-Isis Young, Golden Sun, L, vs. Maroon, June 21

30-Natalie Kucowski, Red, W, vs. Kelly Green, June 28

27-Michelle Nicholls, Purple, W, vs. Lime, July 12
26-Myonie Williamson, Golden Sun, W, vs. Kelly Green, July 24

26-Natalie Kucowski, Red, W, vs. Lime, July 10

26-Isis Young, Golden Sun, W, vs. Purple, June 28

26-Michelle Nicholls, Purple, L, vs. Golden Sun, June 28

26-Isis Young, Golden Sun, L, vs. Red, June 26
26-Hannah Fox, Royal, W, vs. Orange, June 26
25-Emily Dorshimer, Royal, W, vs. Sky Blue, June 28

24-Gabrielle Troisi, Lime, L, vs. Orange, July 19

24-Rachel Millan, Kelly Green, W, vs. Orange, July 17

24-Michelle Nichols, Purple, L, vs. Maroon, July 17

23-Gabrielle Troisi, Lime, L, vs. Purple, July 12

23-Deja King, W, Golden Sun, July 12

23-Becca Margolis, Red, W, vs. Lime, July 10

22-Hannah Fox, Royal, W, vs. Kelly Green, July 12

22-Natalie Kucowski, Red, W, vs. Orange, June 19

21-Shayna Rodriguez, Orange, W, vs. Lime, July 19

21-Jordan Jordan Vitelli, Maroon, W, Royal, July 19

21-Hannah Fox, Royal, W, Lime, July17

21-Kendall Keyes, Maroon, W, vs. Purple, July 17
21-Natalie Kucowski, Red, W, vs. Golden Sun, June 26
21-Emma Dorshimer, Royal, W, vs. Purple, June 19

20-Shannon Glenn, Kelly Green, W, vs. Sky Blue, July 19

20-Jess Huber, Maroon, W, vs. Royal, July 19

20-Deja King, W, vs. Sky Blue, July 17

20-Gabrielle Troisi, Lime, L, vs. Royal, July 17
20-Shannon Glenn, Kelly Green, L, vs. Royal Blue, July 12

20-Jada Smith, Royal, W, vs. Sky Blue, June 26
20-Lydia Konstanzer, Lime, W, vs. Kelly Green, June 21
20-Becca Margolis, Red, W, vs. Sky Blue, June 21
20-Shannon Glenn, Kelly Green, L, vs. Black, June 19

Playoff Scoring 20 or More Points


32-Lydia Konstanzer, Lime, W, vs. Kelly Green, Quarterfinals, July 26

20-Jamie Manzo, Sky Blue, W, vs. Orange, Quarterfinals, July 26


SEASON RESULTS/SCHEDULES

TUESDAY, JUNE 19


Maroon-US vs. Sky Blue-A — W-Maroon 80-33
Black-Jeff vs. Kelly Green-CH — W-Black 98-46
Red-K vs. Orange-PSUA — W-Red 68-34
Lime vs. Golden Sun — W-Golden Sun 83-57
Purple vs. Royal — W-Purple 81-68

THURSDAY, JUNE 21

Golden Sun vs. Maroon-US — W-Maroon 56-54
Orange-PSUA vs. Purple — W-Purple 70-59
Black-Jeff vs. Royal — W-Black 76-37
Sky Blue-A vs. Red-K —W-Red 95-51
Kelly Green-CH vs. Lime —W-Lime 76-55

TUESDAY, JUNE 26

Royal vs. Orange-PSUA  - W-Royal 80-58
Golden Sun vs. Red-K - W-Red-K 62-52
Black-Jeff vs. Lime - W-Black-Jeff 91-52
Maroon-US vs. Kelly Green-CH - W-Maroon-US 64-34
Purple vs. Sky Blue-A - W-Purple 70-36

THURSDAY, JUNE 28

Golden Sun vs. Purple - W - Golden Sun 92-61
Lime vs. Maroon-US - W - Maroon 110-36
Kelly Green-CH vs. Red-K - W - Red 82-45
Sky Blue-A vs. Royal - W - Royal 84-59
Black-Jeff vs. Orange-PSUA - W - Black 70-46

TUESDAY, JULY 3

No Games-Holiday

THURSDAY, JULY 5

No Games-Holiday

TUESDAY, JULY 10

Red-K vs. Lime - W - Red 80-56
Royal vs. Golden Sun - W - Royal 2-0, forfeit
Purple vs. Kelly Green-CH - W - Purple 77-26
Orange-PSUA  vs. Sky Blue-A - W - Sky Blue 58-45
Maroon-US vs. Black-Jeff - W - Black 77-72

THURSDAY, JULY 12

Black-Jeff vs. Sky Blue-A - W - Black 66-43
Kelly Green-CH vs. Royal  - W - Royal 80-66
Golden Sun vs. Orange-PSUA - W - Golden Sun 77-67
Lime vs. Purple - W - Purple - W - 73-61
Maroon-US vs. Red-K - W - Maroon 58-46

TUESDAY, JULY 17

Royal vs. Lime - W - Royal 69-67
Red-K vs. Black-Jeff- W - Black 49-42
Purple vs. Maroon-US - W - Maroon 89-71
Orange-PSUA vs. Kelly Green-CH- W - Kelly Green 62-58
Sky Blue-A vs. Golden Sun - W - Golden Sun 80-46

THURSDAY, JULY 19

Kelly Green-CH vs. Sky Blue-A -W-Kelly Green 83-60
Red-K vs. Purple-W-Red 66-52
Golden Sun vs. Black-Jeff-W-Black 87-70
Maroon-US vs. Royal-W-Maroon 95-40
Court 3: Lime vs. Orange-PSUA-W-Orange 72-68

TUESDAY, JULY 24

Orange-K vs. Maroon-US-W-Maroon 81-33
Purple vs. Black-Jeff-W-Black 97-61
Royal vs. Red-K-W-Red 74-56

Sky Blue-A vs. Lime-W-Sky Blue 2-0 forfeit
Golden Sun vs. Kelly Green-CH-W-Golden Sun 82-69

(Regular Season Ends)

PLAYOFFS

THURSDAY, JULY 26

PLAY-IN ROUNDS (Court 1)


Kelly Green-Chestnut Hill  (2-7) (7th Seed) vs. Lime (1-8) (10th Seed) W Lime 90-68
Sky Blue (2-7) (8th seed) vs. Orange-PSU-Ab. (1-8) (9th Seed) W SB-Arcadia 62-58

TUESDAY, JULY 31

QUARTERFINALS


Early Games (7 p.m.)

Court 1: Black-Jefferson (9-0) (1st Seed) vs. Lime (10th seed)

Court 2: Red (7-2) (3rd Seed) vs Purple (4-5) (6th Seed)

Late Games (8:15 p.m.)

Court 1: Maroon-USciences (8-1) (2nd Seed) vs. Sky Blue (8th seed7)

Court 2: Royal (6-3) (4th Seed) vs. Golden Sun (5-4) (5th Seed)

THURSDAY, AUGUST 2

SEMIFINALS (Court 1)


7 p.m.: High Seed Survivor vs. Low Seed Survivor
8:15 p.m. Second Seed Survivor vs. Second Low Seed Survivor

TUESDAY, AUGUST 7

CHAMPIONSHIP (Court 1)

7 p.m. Semi Finals Winners

SCHEDULES BY TEAM

BLACK (Jefferson University) 9-0 No. 1 Seed - Quarterfinalist


June 19: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) W-98-46
June 21: vs. Royal W-76-37
June 26: vs. Lime W-91-52
June 28: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-70-46

July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Maroon (USciences) W-77-72
July 12: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) W-66-43
July 17: vs. Red (Kutztown), W - 49-42

July 19: vs.Golden Sun W-87-70
July 24: vs. Purple W-97-61

July 31: vs. Lime (10th seed, Quarterfinals 7 p.m.-Court 1

GOLDEN SUN 5-4 No. 5 Seed - Quarterfinalist


June 19: vs. Lime W-83-57
June 21: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-54-56
June 26: vs. Red (Kutztown)  L-52-62
June 28: vs. Purple W-92-61

July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Royal L 0-2, forfeit

July 12: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-77-67

July 17: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) W-80-46
July 19: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-70-87
July 24: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) W-82-69

July 31: vs. Royal (5th Seed), Quarterfinals, 8:15 p.m., Court 2

KELLY GREEN (Chestnut Hill) 2-7 No. 7 Seed

June 19: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-46-98
June 21: vs. Lime L-55-76
June 26: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-34-64
June 28: vs. Red (Kutztown) L-45-82
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Purple L-26-77

July 12: vs. Royal L-66-80
July 17: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-62-58

July 19: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) W-83-60
July 24: vs. Golden Sun L-69-82

July 26 vs. Lime (10th seed)  L-68-90, First Round


LIME 1-8 No. 10 Seed - Quarterfinalist

June 19: vs. Golden Sun L-57-83
June 21: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) W-76-55
June 26: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-51-92
June 28: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-36-110
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Red (Kutztown) L-56-80
July 12: vs. Purple L-61-73
July 17: vs. Royal L-67-69
July 19: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) L-68-72
July 24: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) L 0-2, Forfeit

July 26: vs. Kelly Green (7th seed) W-90-78, First Round

July 31: vs. Black (Jefferson) (1st seed),Quarterfinals, 7 p.m., Court 1

MAROON (USciences) 8-1 No. 2 Seed - Quarterfinalist

June 19: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) W-80-33
June 21: vs. Golden Sun W-56-54
June 26: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill)  W-64-34
June 28: vs. Lime W-110-36
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-72-77

July 12: vs. Red (Kutztown) W-58-46

July 17: vs. Purple W-89-71
July 19: vs. Royal W-95-40

July 24: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-81-33

July 31: vs. Sky Blue (8th seed), Quarterfinals, 8:15 p.m., Court 1

ORANGE (PSU-Abington) 1-8 No. 9 Seed

June 19: vs. Red (Kutztown) L-34-68
June 21: vs. Purple L-59-70
June 26: vs. Royal  L-58-80
June 28: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-46-70
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) L-45-58
July 12: vs. Golden Sun L-67-77
July 17: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) L-58-62

July 19: vs. Lime W-72-68
July 24: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-33-81

July 26: vs. Sky Blue (eighth seed) L-58-62, First Round

PURPLE 4-5 No. 6 Seed - Quarterfinalist

June 19: vs. Royal L-68-81
June 21: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-70-59
June 26: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia)  W-70-36
June 28: vs. Golden Sun L-61-92
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) W-77-26
July 12: vs. Lime W-73-61
July 17: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-71-89
July 19: vs. Red (Kutztown) L-52-66

July 24: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-61-97

July 31: vs. vs. Red (third seed), Quarterfinals, Court 2, 7 p.m.

RED (Kutztown) 7-2 No. 3 Seed - Quarterfinalist


June 19: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-68-34
June 21: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) W-95-51
June 26: vs. Golden Sun  W-62-52
June 28: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) W-82-45
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs.Lime W-80-56
July 12: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-46-58

July 17: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-42-49
July 19: vs. Purple W-66-52

July 24: vs. Royal W-74-56

July 31: vs. Purple (sixth seed), Quarterfinals, Court 2, 7 p.m.

ROYAL 7-2 No. 4 Seed - Quarterfinalist

June 19: vs. vs. Purple W-81-68
June 21: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-37-76
June 26: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington)  W-80-58
June 28: vs. Sky Blue (Arcadia) W-84-59

July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Golden Sun W 2-0, forfeit
July 12: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) W-80-66

July 17: vs. Lime W-69-67
July 19: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-40-95

July 24: vs. Red (Kutztown) L-56-74

July 31: vs. Golden Sun (fifth seed), Quarterfinals, 8:15 p.m., Court 2

SKY BLUE (Arcadia) 2-7 No. 8 Seed - Quarterfinalist

June 19: vs. Maroon (USciences) L-33-80
June 21: vs. Red (Kutztown) L-51-95
June 26: vs. Purple L-36-70
June 28: vs. Royal L-59-84
July 3-5: Holiday
July 10: vs. Orange (PSU-Abington) W-58-45

July 12: vs. Black (Jefferson University) L-43-66
July 17: vs. Golden Sun L-46-80
July 19: vs. Kelly Green (Chestnut Hill) L-60-83
July 24: vs. Lime W-2-0, forfeit

July 26: vs. Orange (ninth seed) W-62-58, First Round

PLAYOFF SEEDINGS AND TIEBREAKER TRACKERS

(Seed Order)

Black (9-0): vs. KG (W); vs. Ry (W); vs. Lime (W); vs. Or (W); vs. Mor (W); vs. SB (W); vs. Red (W); vs.GS (W); vs. Pur (W)


Mor (8-1): vs. SB (W); vs. GS (W); vs. KG (W); vs. Lime (W); vs. Blk (L); vs. Red (W); vs. Pur (W); vs. Ry (W); vs. Or (W)

Red (7-2): vs. Or (W); vs. SB (W) ; vs. GS (W); vs. KG (W); vs. Lime (W); vs. Mor (L); vs. Blk (L); vs. Pur (W); vs. Ry (W)


#-Ry (6-3); vs. Pur (W); vs. Blk (L); vs. Or (W); vs. SB (W); vs. GS (#-W); vs. KG (W); vs. Lime (W); vs. Mor (L); vs. Red (L)


%-GS (5-4): vs. Lime (W); vs. Mor (L); vs. Red (L); vs. Pur (W); vs. Ry (%-L); vs. Or (W); vs. SB (W); vs. Blk (L); vs. KG (W)


Pur (4-5); vs. Ry (L); vs. Or (W); vs. SB (W); vs. GS (L); vs. KG (W); vs. Lime (W); vs. Mor (L); vs. Red (L); vs. Blk (L)

KG (2-7): vs. Blk (L); vs. Lime (L); vs. Mor (L); vs. Red (L); vs. Pur (L); vs. Ry (L); vs. Or (W); vs. SB (W); vs. GS (L)

SB (2-7); vs. Mor (L); vs. Red (L); vs. Pur (L); vs. Ry (L); vs. Or (W); vs. Blk (L); vs. GS (L); vs. KG (L); vs. Lime ($-W)

Or (1-8); vs. Red (L); vs. Pur (L); vs. Ry (L); vs. Blk (L); vs. SB (L); vs. GS (L); vs. KG (L); vs. Lime (W); vs. Mor (L)
Lime (1-8): vs. GS (L); vs. KG (W); vs. BLK (L); vs. Mor (L); vs. Red (L); vs. Pur (L); vs. Ry (L); vs. Or (L); vs. SB (^-L)

#-Includes Royal forfeit win over Golden Sun

%-Includes Golden Sun forfeit loss to Royal
$-Includes Sky Blue forfeit win over Lime

^-Includes Lime forfeit loss to Sky Blue


ROSTERS

(Undergrad Classes ‘19-Sr; ‘20-Jr; 21-So; 22-Fr)

TEAM BLACK (JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY)

5   JESS KAMINSKI 5’8 ARCH. WOOD/JEFFERSON ’18
10 BEVERLY KUM 5’11 ST. MARIA GORETTI/JEFFERSON ‘19
11 VALEZ JACKSON 5’4 MERION MERCY/JEFFERSON ‘19
12 ALYNNA WILLIAMS 5’2 PLYM. WHITEMARSH/JEFFERSON ‘20
14 SABRIA LYTES 6’ HARRY S. TRUMAN/JEFFERSON ‘21
15 CAITLYN CUNNINGHAM 5’6 MT. ST. JOS/JEFFERSON ‘20
22 BRIDGET ARCIDIACONO 5’11 ARCH. WOOD/JEFFERSON ‘22
24 MADDISON HANEY 5’11 SPRING-FORD/JEFFERSON ‘21
30 ERIN MAHER 6’ NORTH PENN/JEFFERSON ‘19
32 HALEY MEINEL 5’11 CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH/JEFFERSON ‘22
45 AYOOLA OGUNTUASE 5’11 ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN/JEFFERSON ‘19

TEAM GOLDEN SUN

1   SHIRA NEWMAN 5’7 UPPER DUBLIN/MILLERSVILLE ‘13
4   SAMANTHA BRUSHA 5’10 ABINGTON/MILLERSVILLE ‘22
5   MYONIE WILLIAMSON 5’10 RADNOR/CABRINI
10 STEPHANIE PETERY 5’9 POPE JOHN PAUL/MERCYHURST ‘20
12 NIA HOLLAND 5’6 SHIPLEY SCHOOL/LAFAYETTE ‘19
14 ASHLEY WOOD 5’6 SPRING-FORD/KUTZTOWN ‘13
15 JULIA BUCHMAN 5’9 PARKLAND HS/MERCYHURST
20 CATHERINE COPELAND 6’ CLAYTON/MILLERSVILLE ‘21
21 FIONA AROMANDO ROBBINSVILLE/GETTYSBURG ‘22
22 ISIS YOUNG 5’6 LIFE CENTER ACAD/SYRACUSE ‘19
34 K’VIAH-CYNAE BREAZEALE 5’9 NEW FOUNDATIONS CHARTER/CHEYNEY
              COACHES: ASHLEY WOOD, SHIRA NEWMAN


TEAM KELLY GREEN (CHESTNUT HILL)

4   KAITLIN DOUGHERTY 5’5 SAINT BASIL/CHESTNUT HILL ‘21
5   ABIGAIL SPRATT 5’7 CENTRAL BUCKS WEST/CHESTNUT HILL ‘22
10 CASSIE SEBOLD 5’5 ARCHBISHOP WOOD/CHESTNUT HILL ‘21
11 SHANNON GLENN ARCHBISHOP RYAN/CHESTNUT HILL ‘20
12 ASIA TURNER 5’7 ABINGTON FRIENDS/LONG ISLAND U. – POST ‘20
14 LAUREN CRIM 5’5 LANSDALE CATHOLIC/CHESTNUT HILL ‘22
15 CAELA RUSSELL 5’9 ARCH RYAN/CHESTNUT HILL ‘22
20 RACHEL MILLAN 5’8 LOWER MORELAND/CHESTNUT HILL ‘21
21 BRI HEWLETT 5’10 NORTH PENN/CHESTNUT HILL ‘22
22 BRIANNA CULLEN 5’7 NORTH PENN/WIDENER ‘18
30 LILY KUNTZ 6’ EPISCOPAL ACAD/MIDDLEBURY ‘20

TEAM LIME

10 JESSICA MCKENZIE 5’10 NORTH PENN/CENTENARY U. ‘22
11 MARISA DiLEO 5’8 STOCKTON ‘20
12 KATIE FISHER 5’7 STRATH HAVEN/WEST CHESTER ‘20
13 GABRIELLE TROISI 5’7 POPE JOHN PAUL II/WEST CHESTER ‘20
14 MARISA MORANO 5’6 VILLA JOS. MARIE/URSINUS ‘21
15 CAILIN O’HARA 5’7 CENTRAL BUCKS WEST/CENTENARY ‘20
20 FRANCESCA BOGIATZIS 5’8 VILLA JOSEPH MARIE/URSINUS ‘20
24 RYLEE POWER 5’8 MARPLE NEWTOWN/WEST CHESTER ‘19
25 SARAH O’HARA 5’7 CENTRAL BUCKS WEST/WILKES U. ‘22
30 LYDIA KONSTANZER 5’11 PENNRIDGE/URSINUS ‘20
40 ASHLYN WERT 6’5 J.P. MCCASKEY/SAINT JOSEPH ‘19
42 NAILAH DELINOIS 5’9 NORTHEAST/SAINT JOSEPH’S ‘20

TEAM MAROON (USCIENCES)

5   ALYX McKIERNAN 5’4 IMMAC HEART ACADEMY/USCIENCES ‘19
10 BRIGIT COLEMAN 5’6 GWYNEDD MERCY/USCIENCES ‘20
11 TAYLOR HAMM 6’ PERKIOMEN VALLEY/USCIENCES ‘22
12 COLLEEN WALSH 5’10 SHIPLEY SCHOOL/USCIENCES ‘18
14 MIKAELA GIULIANI 6’1 NORTH PENN/USCIENCES ‘20
15 SHANNON MAY 5’5 ARCH WOOD/USCIENCES ‘21
20 JORDAN VITELLI 5’6 CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH/USCIENCES ‘20
21 KENDALL KEYES 5’7 LENAPE REGIONAL/USCIENCES ‘25
25 JULIANA GURA 5’10 ST. BASIL/USCIENCES ‘22
30 IRISA YE 5’9 NORTH PENN/USCIENCES ‘21
32 JESS HUBER 5’9 NORTH PENN/USCIENCES ‘21
 
TEAM ORANGE (PENN STATE-ABINGTON)

4   SYDNEY BARROW 5’5 JOHN BARTRAM/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘20
10 SHAYNA RODRIGUEZ 5’9 ARCH RYAN/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘19
13 SARAH WILSON 5’4 NEW HOPE-SOLEBURY/NYACK ‘22
14 MONIKA SMALLWOOD 5’8 WALLENPAUPACK AREA HS/DEL VALLEY U. ‘19
15 WYNTER BESS 5’7 ARCH. CARROLL/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘22
21 MICHELLE GILL 5’4 INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘22
23 JANAIAH ELUM 5’3 NORTHEAST/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘17
24 SYMANTHA MARRERO 5’7 CENTRAL/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘18
30 ALYSSA O’MARA 6’ ST. BASIL/PENN STATE ABINGTON ‘20
33 DANIELLE SKEDZIELEWSKI 5’8 ARCH RYAN/DELAWARE VALLEY U. ‘19
34 GABBY HEINSINGER 5’8 MERION MERCY/NYU ‘20
35 AYOTOLANI OGUNTUASE 5’10 ATL. CHRISTIAN/ PENN ST.- ABINGTON ‘21

TEAM PURPLE

4   BRADY WASSELL 5’10 LANSDALE CATHOLIC/HOLY FAMILY ‘22
5   JADA SMITH 5’9 MERION MERCY/HOLY FAMILY ‘21
14 MOLLY MASCIANTONIO 5’10 ARCH CARROLL/HOLY FAMILY ‘22
21 ALYSSA DeNOFA 5’6 ABINGTON FRIENDS/MANSFIELD U. ‘21
22 AVERY MARZ 5’7 WILSON/SAINT JOS. ‘18
23 JULIA RADLEY 5’10 BISHOP EUSTACE/MONTCLAIR STATE ‘22
24 KATIE MAYOCK 6’2 CONESTOGA/SAINT JOS. ‘22
25 CARLY TEPEL 5’1 ABINGTON/TOWSON U. ‘17
32 ELIZABETH RADLEY 6’1 BISHOP EUSTACE/HOLY FAMILY ‘20
33 HANNAH ZOLL 5’11 LAWRENCEVILLE SCHOOL/HAVERFORD ‘20
34 MICHELLE NICHOLLS 5’9 LIFE CENTER ACADEMY/LaSALLE ‘20
40 MEGAN HUGHES 5’10 POINT PLEASANT BORO/HOLY FAMILY ‘21

TEAM RED (KUTZTOWN)

4   LYNDSAY CRAIG 5’5 CHEROKEE HS/KUTZTOWN ‘22
10 MICHELLE LALOR 5’5 HUNTERDON CENTRAL REGIONAL/COL. OF N.J. ‘21
11 KAREN LAPKIEWICZ 5’10 SAINT BASIL/KUTZTOWN ‘20
12 TAYLOR THAMES 5’7 NORTH PENN/KUTZTOWN ‘19
14 KALEE FUEGEL 5’7 SAINT BASIL/KUTZTOWN ‘19
15 ABBY BEYER 5’8 SPRING-FORD/ELIZABETHTOWN ‘19
20 BECCA MARGOLIS 5’3 COUNCIL ROCK NORTH/LAFAYETTE ‘22
21 GABBI WRIGHT 5’11 CHELTENHAM/KUTZTOWN ‘20
22 ALEX LEADER 5’8 LOWER DAUPHIN/KUTZTOWN ‘20
23 NATALIE KUCOWSKI 6’3 SAINT BASIL/LAFAYETTE ‘21
24 VERONICA CHRIST 5’10 DEL. VALLEY REGIONAL/ELIZABETHTOWN ‘21
33 DEVYNE NEWMAN 5’8 HERNDON HS/SAINT JOS. ‘22
45 ELIZABETH MARSICANO 6’1 ST. ROSE HS/SAINT JOS. ‘22

TEAM ROYAL

4   LAUREN FORTESCUE 5’6 PLYMOUTH-WHITEMARSH/SALISBURY ‘22
5   KYLIE WEBB 5’7 BOYERTOWN AREA SENIOR HS/SALISBURY ‘22
10 LAURA VETTER 5’5 LANSDALE CATHOLIC/HOOD COLLEGE ‘21
11 EMMA DORSHIMER 5’9 JENKINTOWN/GETTYSBURG ‘19
12 ALLI MARCUS 5’4 BOYERTOWN AREA SENIOR HS/ALBRIGHT ‘21
15 EMILY WALLS 5’8 BAYARD RUSTIN/MORAVIAN ‘19
20 HANNAH FOX 5’7 PENN CHARTER/AMHERST ‘20
22 JESSICA GERBER 5’5 COUNCIL ROCK NORTH/KENYON ‘19
23 MELISSAANN CLARK 5’5 NAZERETH ACAD/NORTHERN VERMONT UNIVERSITY/JOHNSON ‘22
30 MORGAN MATURANI 5’11 HENDERSON/SALISBURY ‘19
34 RACHEL RYAN 6’1 ACADEMY OF NOTRE DAME/SALISBURY ‘20
35 ALLISON DIENES 6’1 DOWNINGTOWN EAST/ALBRIGHT ‘21
                                   COACH: STEVE FLYNN

TEAM SKY BLUE

4   ANNA TASSARI 5’8 OAKLAND CATH/ARCADIA ‘21
5   COURTNEY HOFFMAN 5’5 ST. HUBERT’S/ARCADIA ‘20
10 JOELLE BRIDGES 5’4 SPRINGSIDE/ARCADIA ‘22
12 TAYLOR DUNN 5’10 CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH/ARCADIA ‘20
14 SAMI FALENCKI 5’3 SOUDERTON/ARCADIA ‘22
21 HALLE ROBINSON 5’8 MARPLE NEWTOWN/ARCADIA ‘22
23 EDEN MILLER 5’8 MANHEIM TWSHP/ARCADIA ‘22
24 ANNA SPASCHAK 5’4 SOUTHERN REGIONAL/ARCADIA ‘21
25 ISABELLA O’HARE 5’6 MARLBORO/ARCADIA’22
30 JAMIE MANZO 5’10 CHEROKEE/ARCADIA ‘20
31 HALEY STILL 5’6 NEW OXFORD/ARCADIA’21
32 CAMILLE MENNS WARDLAW+HARTRIDGE/ARCADIA ‘19
33 TAYLOR FRITZ 5’10 PHILA ACAD CHARTER/ARCADIA ‘21





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