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 25, 2018

Philly WBB Summer League: Team Black (D2-Jefferson) Finishes Unbeaten With First Regular Season Crown

By Bob Heller and Mel Greenberg


HATBORO, Pa. — Unbeaten and No. 1 going into the playoffs.


That would be Team Black, also known as D2 Jefferson University, which had an easy 97-61 win over Team Purple Tuesday night to finish the regular nine-game schedule unbeaten and at the top of the standings for the first time in the Philadelphia/Suburban NCAA Certified Women’s Summer Basketball League.


In recent years at Kelly Bolish Gym, home of the AAU Renegades, the final night is usually wild with some seedings at stake, last minute switches, some games down to the wire, and even the time your Guru was ready for the task to break a six-way tie for the final two spots when a 12-team configuration didn’t allow everyone going to the postseason and four had to be eliminated.


Not so Tuesday when it was so uneventful by comparison that Golden Sun’s Myonie Williamson out of D3 Cabrini and Radnor High was the only person to achieve the Guru’s 20-points or more individual performance list, scoring 26 in the win.


That was her first for the summer, making it 35 times the milestone was reached by 19 players on the list.


Interestingly, no one on Black all summer from the first night on June 19 through Tuesday hit the mark but had a balanced machine, though Maroon, also known as D2 USciences, Black’s CACC rival in the winter, pounded the nets for 705 points, losing only to Black.


None of the four games Tuesday were close, though Red/Royal was clompetitive in the second half until Red pulled away.


Lime losing to Sky Blue, 2-0, involving two teams already eliminated from the six bye slots, became the second forfeit of the summer, still extremely low considering how classes, work, camps, and vacations have an impact at times, especially in the early 7 p.m. games.


The final tally and seed slots held firm from Thursday’s positioning and the two ties below to set Thursday’s first-round pairings set themselves through head-to-head results.


There were ties for third and fifth prior to the opening tip but the outcomes left everyone alone in their slots from Black, Maroon, Red (also known as D2 Kutztown), Royal (they played each other), Golden Sun and Purple.


Kelly Green (also known as D2 Chestnut) with the loss to Golden Sun, and Sky Blue, also known as D3 Arcadia, with the forfeit win over Lime, tied for seventh but Kelly Green got the higher place based on a season win over Sky Blue.


That left Orange, also known as D3 Penn State-Abington, and Lime tied for ninth but Orange’s win last Thursday over Lime earned the ninth slot.


Looking Ahead


And so the playoffs begin Thursday with a first round-doubleheader on Court 1 as No. 7 Kelly Green (2-7) meets No. 10 Lime (1-7) at 7 p.m, before No. 8 Sky Blue (2-7) meets No. 9 Orange (1-7) at 8:15 p.m.


During the season on the second night, and this is something to note, Lime thumped Kelly Green 76-55 as Lynn Konstanzer, an Ursinus junior out of Pennridge, scored 20 points for the winners, followed by Katie Fisher, a West Chester junior out of Strathaven, and Ashlyn Wert, a Saint Joseph’s junior, each scored 13, and Gabby Troisi, a West Chester junior out of Pope John Paul II, scored 12.


Shannon Glenn, a Chestnut Hill junior out of Archbishop Ryan, scored 17, for Kelly Green, and Lauren Crim, a Chestnut Hill freshman out of Lansdale Catholic, had 14 points.


In the previous Sky Blue vs. Orange meeting, it was Sky Blue posting a 58-45 win. Neither had yet to gain a triumph before their match up on July 10, which came off the week-long break for the July 4th holiday.


Taylor Fritz, an Arcadia sophomore out of Philadelphia Academy Charter, had 15 points for Sky Blue, Camille Menns, an Arcadia senior, had 11, and Joelle Bridges, an Arcadia freshman out of Springside, scored 10.


Sydney Barrow, a PSU-Abington junior out of John Bartram, scored 18 for Orange.


Next Tuesday the other six with the byes are joined by Thursday’s winners in the quarterfinals with potential re-seeds in play.


Black begins its quest for its first playoff crown playing either the (8) Sky Blue/(9) Orange winner at 7 p.m. on Court 1 or (10) Lime if an upset is pulled on (7) Kelly Green, which is possible.


Conversely No. 2 Maroon at 8:15 p.m. on Court 1 will meet Kelly Green unless 10th seed Lime prevails and then Maroon gets the Sky Blue-Orange winner.


In the other two games, at 7 p.m. on Court 2, No. 3 Red meets No. 6 Purple. 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.


Now, here’s Bob with the Thursday recaps and then back with the scoreboard.


RECAPS


Team Red  82 Team Royal Blue  69

In the battle for the number three seed for the upcoming playoffs in the Philadelphia/ Suburban Women’s Basketball Summer League, Team Red battled with Team Royal Blue for nearly three quarters before using a late run in the third quarter to pull away and earn an 82-69 win in their regular season finale.

Team Red finished the regular season with a 7-2 record.  Royal Blue finished 6-3 on the season with the loss and will be the #4 seed in the upcoming playoffs.

Red placed five players in double figures led by Division I Lafayette College sophomore Natalie Kucowski’s 15 points. 


 Kutztown junior Gabbi Wright added 13 points while fellow KU players Karen Lapkiewicz and Kalee Fuegal had ten points apiece.  Elizabethtown College sophomore Veronica Christ had 13 points.

Division III Amherst University junior Hannah Fox was the lone Royal Blue player in double figures with 16 points.  

A late third quarter run by Red allowed them to put some distance between themselves and Royal. 


Rachel Ryan of Royal cut the Red lead to five 46-41 with about four minutes left in the quarter before Red produced a 14-2 run to take a 17-point lead after three quarters 60-43.

The run followed a back-and –forth battle in the first two quarters that saw 13 lead changes and Red holding a slim 31-28 advantage at the halftime break.   


Red’s lead oscillated between four and seven points for much of the first part of the third quarter before the run that solidified their double digit advantage.

In the fourth quarter Royal Blue, led by Lauren Fortiscue and Kylie Webb’s scoring efforts, opened the period with a 9-4 run to close within 12, 64-52.  


Red countered with ten straight points to take their biggest lead at 74-52 with just under two minutes to go in the game. Fox scored the final four points for Royal Blue to round out the scoring.

Team Maroon  81 Team Orange 33

Team Maroon again was dominant from beyond the arc; making 15 three-pointers as they cruised to an easy 81-33 win over Team Orange in the early game on Court One.

Maroon finished the regular season in second place with an 8-1 record.  Orange finished at 1-8 and secured the #9 seed by virtue of their win last week over Team Lime Green who had to forfeit their game due to a shortage of players.

Maroon, also known as Division II USciences, placed four players in double figures and had four others scoring at least five points in the contest.  


The duo of Jess Huber and Jordan Vitelli again lit up the scoreboard, combining for nine three pointers between them while scoring 18 points apiece. All 18 of Huber’s points came from the long ball as she sank a season-high six three pointer field goals. Brigit Coleman and Irisa Ye added 11 and 10 points respectively.

Shayna Rodriguez made four three point baskets of her own to lead Orange, also known as Division III Penn State Abington, with 12 points - the lone Orange player to reach double figures.

Maroon scored the first nine points of the game and held Orange to just one field goal (a trey from Rodriguez) in the opening quarter as they took command 23-4, with Coleman and Huber each knocking down two three point goals.

A Huber trey opened the second quarter followed by five straight points from Taylor Hamm and an Alyx McKiernan three-ball to complete an 11-0 run and push the lead to 34-4 en route to a 45-9 halftime lead.  

The Maroon squad increased their lead to 61-19 after three periods.  Rodriguez and Symantha Marrero had two three-point goals apiece in the fourth quarter for Orange before Maroon closed out the game on top 81-33.

Team Black 97  Team Purple 61

Team Black finished the regular season with a perfect 9-0 record as they cruised to a 97-61 win over Team Purple in the other early game on Tuesday.

Black, also known as Jefferson University, again used a balanced scoring effort with five players in double figures.  Erin Maher led Black with 19 points while Haley Meinel added 16. Caitlyn Cunningham chipped in 13 points while Alynna Williams and Beverly Kum had ten points apiece.

Incoming Holy Family University freshman Molly Masciantonio led Team Purple with 14 points. Division I La Salle University’s Michelle Nicholls added 13 points while Brady Wassell, also an incoming HFU freshman added ten points.

Purple finished the regular season with a 4-5 record and secured the number six seed for the upcoming playoffs.

Black took control of this contest early, using a 20-7 run over the final five minutes of the first quarter to lead 28-10.


 Purple cut the lead back down to single digits in the second quarter with a 14-5 spurt in the first 4:12 to close within nine 33-24. 


 Masciantonio and Wassell led the charge with four points apiece in the run. Williams keyed a small rally to increase Black’s lead back to double figures late in the quarter before Purple again cut the lead back to nine by halftime, 47-38.

A 12-2 spurt by Black to open the third quarter pushed Black’s lead back to double digits where it would stay for the rest of the game.  Black outscored Purple 29-12 in the third quarter 21-11 in the fourth quarter to cruise to the 36-point win.

Team Golden Sun  82 Team Kelly Green 69  

Team Golden Sun got off to a slow start in their game against Team Kelly Green, also known as Division II Chestnut Hill College; however a strong second half propelled Sun to an 82-69 win.  

The win secures the number five seed for Golden Sun who finished the regular season with a 5-4 record.  


 Kelly Green finishes with a 2-7 record and secures the number seven seed by virtue of their win over Team Sky Blue last week   Sky Blue earned a forfeit win over Lime Green earlier in the evening to produce their 2-7 final record.

Myonie Williamson led all scorers with 26 points to pace the Golden Sun squad.  Samantha Brusha added 14 points while Deja King and Fiona Aromando had 12 points apiece.  Nia Holland rounded out the double figure scorers with ten points.

Rachel Millan led Kelly Green with 19 points while Kate Seeman added 14.  Caela Russell and Brianna Cullen had 11 points apiece.

Kelly used a 12-5 first quarter run to jump out to a 16-9 lead and lead by five after the first period 18-13.


 Golden Sun opened the second quarter with a 12-4 run to take a 25-22 lead before Cullen added a field goal and a free throw on Kelly Green’s next two possessions to tie the game at 25-25.  


Three straight baskets from Brusha put Golden Sun back up by six, 31-25. Millan’s basket broke Kelly within two before Golden Sun scored five of the final seven points in the quarter to lead 36-31 at the break.

Williamson and Brusha led Golden sun on an 11-2 uprising to open the third quarter, taking a 47-33 lead.  Williamson’s basket late in the third quarter produced Golden Sun’s biggest lead at 55-39 before Kelly closed the gap to 12, 59-47 by quarters end.

Kelly Green had one more run in them, scoring seven straight points to open the fourth quarter to pull within five 59-54.  Sun followed with seven straight of their own to go back up by double figures, 66-54. Two baskets from Williamson and a bucket from King led to Golden Sun’s largest lead of the game at 78-59 with 2:15 left.  Kelly finished the game on a 10-4 run with Millan scoring half of them to close out the game.

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
Kelly Green 2-7 .222 7.0 486 677
Sky Blue 2-7 .222 7.0 388 603
Orange 1-8 .111 8.0 472 634

Lime 1-8 .111 8.0 472 636

*-Clinched Top Seed

The first six teams have byes to the quarterfinals on Tuesday


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

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)


7 p.m.: Kelly Green (2-7) (7th Seed) vs. Lime (1-8) (10th Seed)
8:15 p.m.: Sky Blue (2-7) (8th seed) vs. Orange (1-8) (9th Seed)

TUESDAY, JULY 31

QUARTERFINALS


Early Games (7 p.m.)

Court 1: Black-Jefferson (9-0) (1st Seed) vs. (8-9 winner unless 10 tops 7)

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. (7-10 winner unless 10 tops 7)

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


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. (8-9 winner unless 10 beats 7), Quarterfinals 7 p.m.-Court 1

GOLDEN SUN 5-4 No. 5 Seed


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), First Round, 7 p.m., Court 1


LIME 1-8 No. 10 Seed

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), First Round, 7 p.m., Court 1

MAROON (USciences) 8-1 No. 2 Seed

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. (7-10 winner unless 10 beats 7), 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), First Round, 8:15 p.m., Court 1

PURPLE 4-5 No. 6 Seed

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


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

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

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), First Round, 8:15 p.m., Court 1

PLAYOFF SEEDINGS AND TIEBREAKER TRACKERS

(Seed Order)


Black (8-0): 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)


Maroon (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)


#-Royal (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)


Purple (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)

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

Orange (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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