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, June 30, 2021

The Guru Report: WNBA Reveals All-Star Rosters


NEW YORK, June 30, 2021- AT&T WNBA All-Star 2021, to be played Wednesday, July 14 at Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, will showcase the WNBA’s biggest and brightest stars under one roof when the WNBA’s top talent squares off against one another in a clash between WNBA All-Stars versus the USA Basketball Women’s National Team voted-in as part of a combination of fan, player, media, and coach voting. The 17th WNBA All-Star Game will be broadcast live by ESPN at 7 p.m. ET.


The 2021 AT&T WNBA All Star Game is one of many key elements of the celebration of the WNBA’s 25th season, which will continue to recognize the incredible achievements of players to date while also serving as a celebratory send-off of the WNBA players who will compete in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.


Serving as Co-Head Coaches of Team WNBA will be WNBA Legends Lisa Leslie and Tina Thompson.  Both Leslie and Thompson are among the most decorated players in league history. Each was named to the WNBA’s All-Decade Team in 2006. Each also was among the honorees in 2016 when the WNBA unveiled its “Top 20@20” celebrating the 20 greatest and most influential players in its history.  The USA Women’s National Team will be under the direction of Head Coach Dawn Staley, herself a member of the WNBA’s All-Decade Team. 


As part of the league’s 25th season celebrations, the WNBA will also honor the gold-medal winning 1996 U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team with a special presentation during the game highlighting the impact the team had on women’s sports and the role it played in launching the WNBA.  


The initial selection of the All-Stars was conducted through a combination of voting by fans (50 percent of the vote), current WNBA players (25 percent) and a national panel of sportswriters and broadcasters (25 percent) from June 15 through June 27. 


The top 36 vote-getters from that voting process who are not members of the USA Basketball 5x5 roster, were provided to WNBA Head Coaches who determined from that list, the 12 players who will play for the Team WNBA All-Stars. Coaches were not permitted to vote for players from their own team. Each coach was required to submit votes for five frontcourt players, three guards, and four additional players at any position. The list of top 36 vote-getters is available here.


Starters for AT&T WNBA All-Star 2021 will be determined by the respective head coaches of Team WNBA and the USA Basketball Women’s National Team. 


As previously announced, the USA Basketball Women’s National Team will hold training camp in Las Vegas in July. If a player for the USA Basketball Women’s National Team is unable to participate in AT&T WNBA All-Star 2021, USA Basketball will appoint a replacement. Should a member of Team WNBA be unable to play for any reason, WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert will name a replacement. 


For ticket information for AT&T WNBA All-Star 2021, log on to wnba.com/allstar


AT&T is the Marquee Partner of the WNBA and is an inaugural WNBA Changemaker.


Below are the rosters for the WNBA All Stars representing Team WNBA and the USA Basketball Women’s National Team (USA Women).



^ denotes first-time All-Star selection

YRS denotes number of seasons completed entering 2021

ASG denotes number of All-Star selections including 2021


AT&T WNBA All-Star 2021 – Team WNBA


DeWanna Bonner, Sun (4th All-Star selection): A two-time WNBA champion (2009, 2014) and the only player in league history to win the WNBA Sixth Woman of the Year honor three times (2009-2011), Bonner was named to the All-Star Game for the fourth time. Bonner’s 16.1 ppg and 7.4 rpg rank second on the Sun this season behind only Jonquel Jones.


Liz Cambage, Aces (4th All-Star selection): A two-time All-WNBA Team selection (2018-19) and the runner up in the 2018 WNBA MVP voting when she paced the league in scoring, Cambagewas named to the All-Star Game for the fourth time. Her 14.8 ppg, 9.1 rpg and 1.8 bpg have helped Las Vegas to the league lead in scoring to date for the 2021 season, and the No. 2 spot in rebounding and blocks. For players who have played as many career games as Cambage, her 7.8 rpg ranks 10th in WNBA history.


Kahleah Copper, Sky (1st All-Star selection): Now in her sixth WNBA season, Copper, a first-time All-Star, has thrived since being inserted into the Sky’s starting lineup in 2020.  Through 17 games, she is leading Chicago in scoring (13.9 ppg) and minutes (32.2).


Dearica Hamby, Aces (1st All-Star selection): The reigning, two-time WNBA Sixth Woman of the Year, Hamby will represent the Aces in her first All-Star appearance. One of six Aces to average double-figures in scoring this season, Hamby (11.2 ppg) has done so while coming off the bench in all 15 games for Las Vegas.


Brionna Jones, Sun (1st All-Star selection): A first round draft pick in 2017 who broke into the Sun’s  starting lineup a year ago, this is Jones All-Star debut.  In 2021, Jones is recording career-best figures for scoring (14.4 ppg) and rebounding (6.7 rpg), while playing the most minutes of her five seasons (31.1 mpg). 

Jonquel Jones, Sun (3rd All-Star selection): For Jones, the two-time league rebounding leader (2017, 2019), who won the league’s Most Improved Player honor in 2017 and Sixth Woman of the Year in 2018, this is her third All-Star Game. Jones leads the league in rebounding (10.9 rpg) and the Sun with a career-best 21.7 ppg (third in the WNBA). She also is No. 2 in the WNBA in three-point shooting accuracy (.490).


Betnijah Laney, Liberty (1st All-Star selection): The WNBA’s Most Improved Player in 2020, now in her first season with the Liberty, Laney has earned her first All-Star selection. After posting career-highs of 17.2 ppg and 4.0 apg last season with Atlanta, Laney has increased her output in 2021 to 19.7 ppg and 5.3 apg.


Arike Ogunbowale, Wings (1st All-Star selection): The WNBA’s leading scorer last season when she averaged 22.8 ppg is among the league-leaders once again, ranking fourth at 20.3 ppg.  Ogunbowale, who has scored at least 20 points in 10 of her 16 games, will be making her All-Star debut.

Candace Parker, Sky (6th All-Star selection): Having earned a championship and two league MVP honors in 13 seasons with the Sparks, Parker will now represent the Sky as an All-Star. Parker, who made an immediate impact on the league in 2008 as the only WNBA player to win Rookie of the Year and league MVP honors in the same season, has made an immediate impact in her first season with Chicago – the Sky have posted an 8-1 record in games in which she has played.

Satou Sabally, Wings (1st All-Star selection): The No. 2 overall selection in the 2020 WNBA Draft presented by State Farm, Sabally is one of two Wings selected to make their first All-Star appearance, along with Ogunbowale. Sabally is Dallas’ leading rebounder (6.1 rpg) and No. 3 scorer (13.2 ppg). 

Courtney Vandersloot, Sky (3rd All-Star selection): The five-time WNBA assists leader (2015, 2017-2020), who last season became the first player in WNBA history to average double-digit assists with 10.0 apg, is a three-time All-Star. An All-WNBA First Team selection the past two seasons, Vandersloot is averaging a league-leading 8.5 apg in 2021, two more per game than the No. 2 ranked player.

Courtney Williams, Dream (1st All-Star selection): A sixth-year player now in her second season with the Dream, Williams will represent Atlanta in her All-Star debut. One year after leading the league’s guards in rebounding (7.2 rpg), Williams, who has increased her scoring output each season, is averaging a career-high 17.1 ppg. 



AT&T WNBA All-Star 2021 – USA Women’s National Team


Ariel Atkins, Mystics (named to first All-Star Game): Atkins, who won a WNBA championship with Washington in 2019 is one of six first-time Olympians on the USA women’s roster.  Making the first All-Star appearance of her career, she is posting career-highs in scoring (17.5 ppg) and rebounding (3.3 rpg). She is the Mystics’ second-leading scorer behind only fellow USA Women’s team member, Tina Charles.


Sue Bird, Storm (named to record 12th All-Star Game): Now in her 18th WNBA season, Bird has been named to more WNBA All-Star Games than any other player in league history. A four-time WNBA champion and the league’s career leader in assists (2,985), Bird joins Diana Taurasi and Teresa Edwards as the only five-time U.S. women’s basketball Olympians.


Tina Charles, Mystics (8th All-Star Game): The WNBA’s No. 1 overall pick in the 2010 draft and the 2012 league MVP, Charles leads all players in scoring in 2021 with a career-high 25.5 ppg.  She also is the Mystics’ leader in rebounding (9.1 rpg). A two-time Olympic gold medal winner, Charles is a member of the U.S. Olympic Team for the third time.


Napheesa Collier, Lynx (2nd All-Star Game): The 2019 WNBA Rookie of the Year, Collier is a first-time Olympian and second-time All-Star.  She was voted to the All-WNBA Second Team and the WNBA All-Defensive Second Team in 2020.  Collier currently leads the Lynx in scoring with a career-best 17.6 ppg and trails only Sylvia Fowles in rebounding (6.5 rpg).


Skylar Diggins-Smith, Mercury (5th All-Star Game): A first-time member of the U.S. Olympic Team, Diggins-Smith was named to the All-Star Game for the fifth time in her career.  Her 18.9 ppg is the second-highest figure of her career behind only the 20.1 she posted in 2014, her second year in the WNBA. 


Sylvia Fowles, Lynx (7th All-Star Game): The WNBA’s career leader in total rebounds (3,539) and defensive boards (2,517), and a two-time league champ, Fowles joins a short list of American women basketball players who have competed in at least four Olympics including, Tamika Catchings and Lisa Leslie (four times each), and Bird, Taurasi and Edwards (five times each). Fowles leads the league in steals (2.4 spg) and field goal percentage (.635) and is tied for third in rebounding (9.9 rpg).


Chelsea Gray, Aces (4th All-Star Game): An All-Star for the fourth straight time and a first-time Olympian, Gray’s career-high 6.5 apg (second in the league) has Las Vegas leading the WNBA in scoring (91.3 ppg). Now in her first campaign with the Aces, Gray spent five seasons with the Los Angeles Sparks and helped that team to the 2016 league championship.


Brittney Griner, Mercury (7th All-Star Game): A two-time WNBA scoring leader and two-time WNBA Defensive Player of the Year, Griner is making her second appearance on the U.S. Olympic roster after helping the team win the gold medal in 2016.  Griner’s career average of 2.9 bpg and her 14 regular-season dunks rank first in league history; her 2.3 bpg in 2021 leads the league.


Jewell Loyd, Storm (3rd All-Star Game): After helping Seattle to WNBA championships in 2020 and 2018, Loyd, the 2015 WNBA Rookie of the Year, is making her third All-Star appearance and is a member of the U.S. Olympic Team for the first time. Loyd’s career-highs in points (18.6 ppg) and assists (4.5 apg) rank second on the Storm behind only Stewart and Bird, respectively.


Breanna Stewart, Storm (3rd All-Star Game): The reigning WNBA Finals MVP and the 2018 league MVP, Stewart is a three-time All-Star and two-time member of the U.S. Olympic Team. Stewart’s 21.8 ppg is second in the WNBA only to Charles and her 10.1 rpg is second behind only Jonquel Jones. Both figures are equal to or surpass her previous career-high. 


Diana Taurasi, Mercury (10th All-Star Game): The WNBA’s career leader in points (9,019) and three-point shots made (1,177), Taurasi’s 10 All-Star Game selections are second in league history only to Bird (12). She is a three-time WNBA champion, former league MVP and two-time Finals MVP. After winning an Olympic gold alongside Bird in 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016, she joins Bird and Edwards as the only five-time U.S. women’s basketball Olympians.


A’ja Wilson, Aces (3rd All-Star Game): A first-time member of the U.S. Olympic Team, Wilson is a three-time All-Star. The 2020 league MVP and All-WNBA First Team selection was the captain of Team Wilson in the AT&T WNBA All-Star 2019, also played in Las Vegas. Team Wilson defeated Team (Elena) Delle Donne, 129-126.  Wilson’s 2021 season




Friday, June 25, 2021

The Guru Report: Undergrads Win the USciences Intra-Battle While Black (Jefferson) and Kelly (Kutztown) Also Stay Unbeaten in Philly/Suburban Summer League

By Bob Heller and Mel Greenberg (@womhoopsguru)

HATBORO, Pa. — The early season intra-program showdown Thursday night saw the Maroon undergrads of USciences top the Pink alumnae outfit in a game with few scoring fireworks 38-32 but a rally from a ten-point deficit for the winners in the second week of action in the Philadelphia/Suburban Women’s Summer Basketball League at Kelly Bolish Gym, home of the AAU Renegades.

However, considering the Devils have been known for their defense on the winter circuit out of the Division II Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) perhaps the low yield should not be a surprise.

The eight-team league was quickly reduced to three unbeaten squads as Black, the D2-Jefferson bunch, cruised over the Red D3-Arcadia group 78-44, while the D2-Kelly Kutztown outfit beat the D2-Sky Blue Holy Family team 60-50.

Holy Family won the 2019 summer crown and of course the coronavirus knocked everything out of play a year ago.

The other game of the night saw the D2 Orange Chestnut Hill team join Pink in a 1-1 tie for fourth by beating the Royal D3-Ursinus team 53-44.

Only one person hit the 20 or more points performance with 20 on the mark, an individual with a familiar last name in local men’s and women’s circles, Bridget Arcidiacono getting the job done for the winning Black D2 Jefferson squad.

Next week, which launches July action, the uneaten Maroon and Kelly teams meet at 6:30 p.m. on court 1, while the Sky Blue Holy Family (0-2) Tigers meet their winter CACC Orange Chestnut Hill rivals on Court 2.

The 7:45 p.m. nightcaps have Red Arcadia playing Royal Ursinus on Court 1 which will produce a first win for one of them while the Black Jefferson squad meets the Pink USciences alumna on Court 2.

Now here’s Bob with the details of how the night went down.


Maroon 38   Pink 32

Points were at a premium as two of the four undefeated teams from opening night faced each other in one of the two early games; Maroon (USciences) and Pink (USciences alumnae).  

When the final buzzer sounded, Maroon had overcome a ten-point second quarter deficit to defeat Pink 38-32 to improve to 2-0.

Pink held Maroon to just one field goal in the first quarter and opened the second stanza with a 6-3 spurt to take an 18-8 lead.  

Dayna Balasa brought Maroon back, scoring all nine of her points in the final few minutes of the period, all three-point baskets, cutting the gap to 20-17 at halftime.

A Taylor Hamm basket and a three-ball from Allison Waters opened the second half, giving Maroon their first lead of the game 22-20 and completed a 14-2 run that extended over the second and third quarters. 

 A Sarah Abbonizio jumper tied the game before a basket by Jess Huber and a pair of field goals from Kendall Keyes pushed Maroon’s lead to six 28-22.  

Pink closed within two via two baskets by Irisa Ye, the first to end the third quarter and the second to open the final stanza, making the score 30-28.  

 Four different Maroon players then added baskets to push their lead to its biggest margin, 38-28.  Pink’s Laura Trisch added a three-point basket and later a free throw to make the final score 38-32.

Balasa led all players with nine points while Hamm added six.   Trisch led Pink with eight points while Jen Cremp (A Dickinson College player) chipped in seven.  Ye had six.


Black 78  Red 44

The second early game saw Team Black (Jefferson University) improve to 2-0 with a dominating 78-45 win over Team Red (Arcadia University).

Bridget Arcidiacono and Maeve McCann provided much of the Black offense in the first quarter, combing for 20 of their team’s 26 points as they overcame a slow start to jump out to a 26-11 lead.

  Arcidiacono had 12 points while McCann had eight in the quarter. Kylie Meredith had six points for the Red squad in the period.

In the second quarter Black held Red to just one field goal, outscoring their opponent 17-5 to take a 43-16 lead at the half.

 Seven different Black players produced points in the quarter with Emma Kuczynski and Arcidiacono sinking two field goals apiece.

Black extended their lead to 62-27 after three quarters before cruising through the fourth quarter to produce the 33-point win. 

 Allie Warren scored seven of her ten points in the second half with Cassie Murphy also adding seven second half points (five in the fourth quarter).

Arcidiacono led all scorers with 20 points while Kuczynski and McCann finished with 14 points apiece.  Meredith was the lone player in double figures for the Red team (0-2) with 12 points.


 Kelly Green 60  Sky Blue 50

Kelly Green (Kutztown University) remained undefeated as they held off several Sky Blue (Holy Family University) runs en route to a 60-50 win.

Sky Blue tied the game twice in the first quarter before Kelly Green took control with an 10-2 run to close out the period.  

Leah Johnson started the run with a pair of free throws, before Kelly followed with three baskets to lead 18-10.  Both teams exchanged baskets in the final minutes as Kelly Green opened a 20-12 lead.

Sky Blue outscored Kelly Green 15-12 in the second, eating into Kelly’s nine-point lead to close within five 32-27 at halftime.

 Five different Sky Blue players had at least one field goal in the second quarter with Kyleigh Singletary’s second basket of the quarter pulled sky Blue within five.

Anjelai Hayes opened the third quarter to pull Sky blue within three 32-39, a deficit they closed within four times in the quarter before two baskets by Kelly’s Annie Whelan scored the final two baskets of the period to push Kelly Green’s lead back to seven 44-37.

Sky Blue produced a 10-5 run to open the fourth quarter to pull within two 49-47 before a 9-1 run by Kelly Green increased their lead to its biggest margin 58-48 with just under three minutes remaining.  

Both teams later added a field goal to round out the scoring.

Kelly Green placed four players in double figures with Johnson leading the way with 13 points.  Whelan added 12 points while Kelly Kowalik and Casey Remolde chipped in ten apiece. Singletary led Sky Blue with 11 points while Monee Moore chipped in ten.


Orange   53  Royal Blue 44

Team Orange (Chestnut Hill College) and Team royal Blue (Ursinus College) battled for three quarters before Orange started to pull away to earn their first victory of this year’s summer league, 53-44.

Royal blue held an early lead before Orange scored 11 straight points in the first quarter to lead 17-7.  Royal countered with a 9-0 run to close within one 17-16 as the first quarter came to a close.

Royal added to their run as the second quarter opened outscoring Orange 7-2 to retake the lead 23-19.  

Sydney Blum’s three-point field goal put royal in the lead and Dana Bandurik added a basket to make it a four-point advantage.  

 Orange baskets from Emily Chmiel and Lindsay Lane tied the game at 23-23. 

 Two more ties ensued before Cassie Sebold made the first of two free throws to give Orange a 28-27 lead at the half.

Six lead changes highlighted the third quarter with neither team leading by more than three points over the ten-minute stretch.  

Charlotte DiLello’s basket gave Royal a 37-34 lead before Orange scored the final six points of the quarter to retake the lead 40-37 heading into the final quarter.  Chmiel had four of those six points.

Baskets by Sebold, Trinity Brittingham and Lane pushed the Orange lead to nine 46-37 early in the fourth quarter.

 Bandurik’s traditional three-point play pulled Royal back within four 46-42 with four minutes remaining before Orange scored seven straight points to take their biggest lead 53-42 with under a minute remaining.  

 DiLello added a basket for Royal with around five seconds left to round out the scoring.

Chmiel led all scorers with 15 points as Orange (1-1) placed three players in double figures with Sebold adding 14 points and Lane 10.  Blum scored 13 points to lead Royal (0-2) while Bandurik added ten.



(Thru Week 2 Games Played Thursday, June 24)


Team        W  L  PCT.   GB    PF  PA


Black  2  0  1.000  —  151  93

Kelly  2  0  1.000  — 140  92

Maroon 2  0 1.000 — 118 64

Pink  1  1  .500 1.0 96 93

Orange  1  1   .500 1.0 95 124

Royal  0  2  .000 2.0 99 117

Sky Blue 0  2   .000 2.0  99 133

Red  0  2  .000  2.0  76 151


Players Scoring 20 or More Points


22-Dana Bandurick, Royal, L, vs. Pink, June 17

20-Bridget Arcidiacono, Black, W, vs. Red, June 24

20-Taylor Hamm, Maroon, W, vs. Red, June 17

Phila/Suburban Women’s Summer Basketball League Daily Skeds


Thursday, June 17




Black (D2-Jefferson) 73, Sky Blue (D2-Holy Family)  49

Pink (D2 – USciences Alumnae) 64, Royal (D3-Ursinus) 55

Maroon (D2-USciences) 73, Red (D3-Arcadia) 32

Kelly (D2-Kutztown) 80, Orange (D2-Chestnut Hill) 42


Thursday, June 24


Early Games (6:30 p.m.)


 Maroon 38, Pink 32

Black 78, Red 44

Orange 53, Royal 44

 Kelly 60, Sky Blue 50


Thursday, July 1


Early Games (6:30 p.m.)


Court 1: Maroon (2-0) vs. Kelly (2-0)

Court 2: Sky Blue (0-2) vs. Orange (1-1)


Late Games (7:45 p.m.)


Court 1: Royal (0-2) vs. Red (0-2)

Court 2: Pink (1-1) vs. Black (2-0)


Thursday, July 8


Early Games (6:30 p.m.)


Court 1: Kelly vs. Royal

Court 2: Black vs. Maroon


Late Games (7:45 p.m.)


Court 1: Sky Blue vs. Pink

Court 2: Red vs. Orange


Thursday, July 15


Early Games (6:30 p.m.)


Court 1: Sky Blue vs. Red

Court 2: Kelly vs. Pink

Late Games (7:45 p.m.)


Court 1: Black vs. Orange

Court 2: Royal vs. Maroon


Thursday, July 22


Early Games (6:30 p.m.)


Court 1: Sky Blue vs. Royal

Court 2: Orange vs. Maroon


Late Games (7:45 p.m.)


Court 1: Kelly vs. Black

Court 2: Pink vs. Red


Thursday, July 29


Regular Season Ends


Early Games (6:30 p.m.)


Court 1: Pink vs. Orange

Court 2: Red vs. Kelly


Late Games (7:45 p.m.)


Court 1: Sky Blue vs. Maroon

Court 2: Royal vs. Black


Tuesday, August 3


Playoffs Quarterfinals


Early Games (6:30 p.m.)


Court 1: 8th seed vs. 1st seed

Court 2: 6th seed vs. 3rd seed


Late Games (7:45 p.m.)Court 1: 7th seed vs. 2nd seed

Court 2: 5th seed vs. 4th seed


Thursday, August 5


Playoffs Semifinals


Early Game (6:30 p.m.)


Court 1: Highest Quarterfinal Survivor vs. Lowest Quarterfinal Survivor


Late Game (7:45 p.m.)


Court 1: Remaining Surviving Seeds


Thursday, August 12


Playoff Championship


Tipoff: 6:30 p.m.


Court 1 : Semifinal Winners


Playoff Seed Tracker (Alphabetical Tie-Breaks Till Midseason)


Black (2-0) vs. SB-W; vs. Rd-W; vs. Pk; vs. vs. M; vs. O; vs. Ky; vs. Ry


Kelly (2-0) vs. O-W; vs. SB-W; vs. M; vs. Ry; vs. Pk; vs. Bl; vs. Rd


Maroon (2-0) vs. Rd-W; vs. PW; vs. Ky; vs. Bl; vs. Ry; vs. O;  vs. SB


Pink (1-1) vs. Ry; vs. M-L; vs. Bl; vs. SB; vs. Ky; vs. Rd; vs. O


Orange (1-1) vs. Ky-L; vs. Ry-L; vs. SB; vs. Rd; vs. Bl; vs. M; vs. Pk


Red (0-2) vs. M-L; vs. Bl-L; vs. Ry; vs. O; vs. SB; vs, Pk; vs, Ky


Royal (0-2) vs. Pk-L; vs. O-L; vs. Rd; vs .Ky; vs.  M; vs. SB; vs. Bl


Sky Blue (0-2)  vs. Bl-L; vs. Ky-L: vs. O; vs. Pk; vs. Rd; vs, Ry; vs. M


Codes: BL-Black; Ky-Kelly; M-Maroon; O-Orange; Pk-Pink; Rd-Red; Ry-Royal; SB-Sky Blue


 Team By Team Regular Season Schedules/Results


Red (D3-Arcadia) 0-2


June 17: vs. Maroon (D2-USciences Undergrads) L 32-73

June 24: vs. Black (D2-Jefferson 1-0), L 44-78

July 1: vs. Royal (D3-Ursinus 0-2), 7:45 p.m., Court 1

July 8: vs. Orange (D2-Chestnut Hill), 7:45 p.m., Court 2

July 15: vs. Sky Blue (D2-Holy Family), 6:30 p.m., Court 1

July 22: vs. Pink (D2-USciences Alumnae), 7:45 p.m., Court 2

July 29: vs. Kelly (D2-Kutztown), 6:30 p.m., Court 2


Orange (D2-Chestnut Hill) 1-1


June 17: vs. Kelly (D2-Kutztown), L 42-80

June 24: vs. Royal (D3-Ursinus 0-1), W 53-44

July 1: vs. Sky Blue (D2-Holy Family 0-2), 6:30 p.m., Court 2

July 8: vs. Red (D3-Arcadia), 7:45 p.m., Court 2

July 15: vs. Black (D2-Jefferson), 7:45 p.m., Court 1

July 22: vs. Maroon (D2-USciences Undergrads), 6:30 p.m., Court 2

July 29: vs. Pink (D2-USciences Alumnae), 6:30 p.m., Court 1


Sky Blue (D2-Holy Family) 0-2


June 17: vs. Black (D2-Jefferson), L 49-73

June 24: vs. Kelly (D2-Kutztown 1-0), L 50-60

July 1: vs. Orange (D2-Chestnut Hill 1-1), 6:30 p.m., Court 2

July 8: vs. Pink (D2-USciences Alumnae), 7:45 p.m., Court 1

July 15: vs. Red (D3-Arcadia), 6;30 p.m., Court 1

July 22: vs. Royal (D3-Ursinus), 6:30 p.m., Court 1

July 29: vs. Maroon (D2-USciences Undergrads), 7:45 p.m., Court 1


Black (D2-Jefferson) 2-0


June 17: vs. Sky Blue (D2-Holy Family), W 73-49

June 24: vs. Red (D3-Arcadia 0-1), W 78-44

July 1: vs. Pink (D2-USciences Alumnae 1-1), 7:45 p.m., Court 2

July 8: vs. Maroon (D2-USciences Undergrads), 6:30 p.m., Court 2

July 15: vs. Orange (D2-Chestnut Hill),  7:45 p.m., Court 1

July 22: vs. Kelly (D2-Kutztown), 7:45 p.m., Court 1

July 29: vs. Royal (D3-Ursinus, 7:45 p.m., Court 2


Kelly (D2-Kutztown) 2-0


June 17: vs. Orange (D2-Chestnut Hill), W 80-42

June 24: vs. Sky Blue (D2-Holy Family 0-1), W 60-50

July 1: vs. Maroon (D2-USciences Undergrads 2-0), 6:30 p.m., Court 1

July 8: vs. Royal (D3-Ursinus), 6:30 p.m., Court 1

July 15: vs. Pink (D2-USciences Alumnae), 6:30 p.m., Court 2

July 22: vs. Black (D2-Jefferson), 7:45 p.m., Court 1

July 29: vs. Red (D3-Arcadia), 6:30 p.m., Court 2


Royal (D3-Ursinus) 0-2


June. 17: vs. Pink (D2-USciences Alumnae)m L 55-64

June 24: vs. Orange (D2-Chestnut Hill 1-0), L 44-53

July 1: vs. Red (D3-Arcadia 0-2), 7:45 p.m., Court 1

July 8: vs. Kelly (D2-Kutztown), 6:30 p.m., Court 1

July 15: vs. Maroon (D2-USciences Undergrads), 7:45 p.m., Court 2

July 22: vs. Sky Blue  (D2-Holy Family), 6:30 p.m., Court 1

July 29: vs. Black (Jefferson), 8:15 p.m., Court 2


Maroon (D2-USciences Undergrads) 2-0


June 17: vs. Red (D3-Arcadia), W 73-32

June 24: vs. Pink (USciences Alumnae 1-0 ), W 38-32

July 1: vs. Kelly (D2-Kutztown 2-0), 6:30 p.m., Court 1

July 8: vs. Black (D2-Jefferson), 6:30 p.m., Court 2

July 15: vs. Royal (D3-Ursinus), 7:45 p.m., Court 2

July 22: vs. Orange (D2-Chestnut Hill), 6:30 p.m., Court 2

July 29: vs. Sky Blue (D2-Holy Family), 7:45 p.m., Court 1


Pink (D2-USciences Alumnae) 1-1


June 17: vs. Royal (D3-Ursinus), W 64-55

June 24: vs. Maroon (D2-UScien L 32-38

July 1: vs. Black (D2-Jefferson 2-0), 7:45 p.m., Court 2

July 8: vs. Sky Blue (D2-Holy Family), 7:45 p.m., Court 1

July 15: vs. Kelly (D2-Kutztown), 6:30 p.m., Court 2

July 22: vs. Red (D3-Arcadia), 7:45 p.m. Court 2

July 29: vs. Orange (D2-Chestnut Hill), 6:30 p.m., Court 1