MARYANNE GLASS GARNERS PLAYER OF THE WEEK ACCOLADES FOR WOMEN'S LACROSSE
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Maryanne Glass of Chestnut Hill College has garnered Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Player of the Week accolades for women's lacrosse. Holy Family University's Stephanie McNesby was chosen Rookie of the Week.
Glass, a 5-5 senior attack from Swedesboro, N.J., led Chestnut Hill to a 1-1 week with 10 goals and four assists. She recorded four goals and two assists in a 10-8 win over Philadelphia and also had six goals and two assists in a setback to Wilmington.
McNesby, a 5-4 freshman attack from Philadelphia, Pa., netted a pair of goals and dished out one assist in a crucial 14-12 victory over Philadelphia to help the Tigers clinch the No. 2 seed for the upcoming CACC Tournament. McNesby has been named CACC Rookie of the Week four times this season.
Danielle Niccoli, Wilmington (Jr., M, Sparrows Pt., Md.) - Recorded four goals and two assists in a win over Chestnut Hill
Gina Mansi, Holy Family (So., A, Washington Twp., N.J.) - Netted six goals in a 14-12 win over Philadelphia
Daryl Carr, Georgian Court (Jr., A, Brick, N.J.) - Notched four goals and seven assists in a 1-1 week for the Lions. She had two goals and four assists in a conference win over Dominican.
Georgian Court - The Lions celebrated Senior Day prior to their 22-6 victory over Dominican College Saturday. Eleven seniors were recognized, all charter member of GCU’s initial lacrosse season of 2007.
Holy Family - Holy Family closed out the regular season with a 14-12 victory over Philadelphia University on Saturday. Attack Gina Mansi recorded a program-record six goals in the win. She took the goals (44) and points (51) lead away from attack Jenn James (43 goals, 49 points), who scored four goals against the Rams. Goalkeeper Melissa Jenkins recorded a season-best 15 saves. The Tigers end the season with a 9-6 overall record and an 8-4 conference record. Holy Family qualified for the CACC Championship Tournament. The team will be the two seed when the tournament starts on Saturday, May 1 at 3 p.m. at Georgian Court University.
Philadelphia - The Lady Rams had a tough week, going 0-3 including two conference road losses. They now have just one regular season game left, a make-up game vs. GCU on Tuesday (4/27) at 4:30 p.m. at Ravenhill Field before the CACC Playoffs begin this weekend (5/1-5/2).