№ 4 West Chester moves past Seton Hill; Advances to the PSAC Championship – Daily Local

Kerry Barnett equalized seven goals in her season, and Hannah Stanislavsk added four more when fourth place in the West Chester rankings won 17-8 over host Seton Hill in the semifinals of the PSAC Women’s 2022 Lacrosse Tournament on a wet Friday. in the afternoon.

West Chester (16-1) are coming out for the PSAC Championship match for the fourth year in a row and will play East Stroudsburg (16-1) on Sunday at 12pm.

The Golden Rams quickly started with three goals in the first three minutes. Lindsay Manigle, Meg O’Donnell and Barnet immediately got down to business. Monigle finished with six points a day. The Rams opened the second quarter of six consecutive numbers to move to first place with a score of 10-2.

West Chester dominated the throw-in and won most of the draw, including a 9-2 advantage in the second half that severely limited the Griffins ’ability to try to win back. A draw of 18-11 overall in favor of WCU.

Rams goalkeeper Jessica Gore (Bishop of Shanahan) made 10 saves to get her 12th win of the season without failure. Freshman Kendall DiCamilla and Barnett led the team with four reason turns each in front of Gore at the defensive end.



Downingtown East 15, Villa Maria 9 >> In the out-of-league competition, Lexi Conte led with five goals for Cougar, while teammates Jane Michaels, Eileen Hewitt, Nicki Prendergast and Sofia Fonelli added two goals each. Fonelli and Hewitt gave up three and two assists respectively for East.

Conestoga 15, Springfield 10 >> The Pioneers led the Cougars in the Central League. Kate Galick and Chloe Brown scored four goals each to take the lead. Kiki Libezite and Piper Kinzle scored two goals each for the Stack, now 14-1.



Staten Island College 8. Lincoln 1 >> The Lions ended the 2022 season with a loss to the East Coast Conference. The rest of the ECC series of three games was canceled due to bad weather. Lincoln finishes season 5-35 overall, 1-18 in the ECC. Freshman Wesley Hogan was responsible for the Lions’ singles race, which opened the fifth wheel with a three-pointer and scored a goal in the wild. It was one of Lincoln’s four hits in the game.

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