Greensboro College Tennis, Lacrosse Results

Posted by Don Moore on April 22, 2008 at 8:40 am under College | Comments are off for this article

Burlington, N.C. — Tournament most valuable player Kaitlin Quigley scored 5 goals and dished one assist as Christopher Newport defeated Greensboro College, 19-4, in the USA South championship game at Springwood Park on Saturday.

The Captains, who earned their thrid straight championship and tirp to the NCAA tournament, improved to 12-5. The Pride ends its season at 5-12.

CNU jumped out to an early 3-0 lead before GC’s Ashley Nolen scored off an assist by Christie Hebert. Nolen, a freshman and an all tournament selection, had 2 goals in the game. Hebert recorded the final tally of the first half with 3 seconds on the clock that put the score at 11-3 at the break.

The Captains outscored GC 8-1 in the final 30 minutes. For the game, CNU won in draws (15-8), ground balls (13-12), shots (39-13).

Meghan Harkey added 4 goals for the Catpains. Freshman Layne Woodard had 2 assists for GC.

Rachel Gilman had 7 saves for CNU. For The Pride, Lauren Maynard stopped 10 shots.

Box: http://www.gborocollege.edu/athletics/sports/Wlacrosse/2008/usachamp.htm

2008 USA South Women’s Lacrosse Tournament Team

ATTACK
Katie Doherty, CNU
Kaitlin Quigley, CNU
Megan Harkey, CNU
Layne Woodard, Greensboro

MIDFIELD
Chrystal Bradley, Methodist
Lisa Thompson, CNU
Ashley Nolen, Greensboro

DEFENSE
Shannon Young, Greensboro
Mary Sadifer, Greensboro
Amy Suddarth, CNU
Alysa Bruke, CNU

MVP: Kaitlin Quigley, CNU

W. Tennis Ousted in USA Semifinals

#1 Methodist 8, #4 Greensboro 1
Apr 19, 2008 at

Singles competition
1. PACIFICO, Carrie (GCW) def. TUCKER, Tiffany (MUW) 6-3, 6-1
2. FLAHERTY, Kaitlin (MUW) def. HARRIS, Susan (GCW) 6-0, 6-0
3. SMITH, Jenny (MUW) def. LEMMONS, Michelle (GCW) 6-3, 6-1
4. VIVIAN, Shannon (MUW) def. ALLEGRO, Katie (GCW) 6-1, 6-3
5. BULL, Leighton (MUW) def. BROWN, Rachel (GCW) 6-0, 6-0
6. DAVIS, Lindsey (MUW) def. Heather Redd (GCW) 6-0, 6-0

Doubles competition
1. TUCKER, Tiffany/SMITH, Jenny (MUW) def. PACIFICO, Carrie/HARRIS, Susan (GCW) 8-3
2. BULL, Leighton/FLAHERTY, Kaitlin (MUW) def. LEMMONS, Michelle/ALLEGRO, Katie (GCW) 8-3
3. VIVIAN, Shannon/HULSE, Lauren (MUW) def. BROWN, Rachel/Heather Redd (GCW) 8-0

Match Notes: #4 Greensboro 9-9, #1 Methodist 19-3
USA South Tournament Semifinals

Men’s Tennis:
M. Tennis: CNU 9, GC 0

#2 Methodist 9, #7 Shenandoah 0
Apr 18, 2008 at Burlington, NC

Singles competition
1. FLETCHER, Chris (MUM) def. JARRELL, Cody (SUM) 6-0, 6-0
2. SHEIKH, Tariq (MUM) def. DOHM, Travis (SUM) 6-1, 6-2
3. TAYLOR, Matthew (MUM) def. FEHR, Julian (SUM) 8-1
4. KNOX, Dylan (MUM) def. LOWERY, Evan (SUM) 6-0, 6-0
5. BOGARD, Jarrod (MUM) def. EVANS, Drew (SUM) 8-1
6. CAMPBELL, Justin (MUM) def. BAGGAR, Peter (SUM) 6-0, 6-0

Doubles competition
1. FLETCHER, Chris/TAYLOR, Matthew (MUM) def. JARRELL, Cody/LOWERY, Evan (SUM) 8-0
2. SHEIKH, Tariq/BOGARD, Jarrod (MUM) def. DOHM, Travis/FEHR, Julian (SUM) 8-1
3. CURRIER, Rob/KNOX, Dylan (MUM) def. EVANS, Drew/BAGGAR, Peter (SUM) 8-0

Men’s Lacrosse: GC 10, St. Vincent 6
Latrobe, PA — Jose Rodriguez had 4 goals and Neal McKinney added 3 goals and an assist as Greensboro College (4-9) won at St. Vincent on Saturday.

The Pride led the entire match and held a 4-2 lead at halftime. The Pride had its biggest lead with 12:30 in regulation as Brandon Savage scored off an assist from Brian Mercer to make the score 9-3.

St. Vincent scored the next 3 goals before Rodriguez tallied the game’s final goal–a man-up score from Brian Bishop–with 1:26 on the clock. Bishop and Mercer each collected 2 helpers in the game.

Mike Forderaro made 9 saves in goal for GC. Nick Patrone won 9-12 face-offs. St. Vincent had 37 shots to 29 for the visitors and led in round balls 28-25.

Jason Powell and Jarrid Johnson both scored twice for St. Vincent (3-7). Jon McMahon had 10 saves for the home club.

Box: http://www.gborocollege.edu/athletics/sports/Mlacrosse/2008/svcgc.htm
GC record 4-9; Streak W1; Up next at Guilford, 4/23, 7 p.m.


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