Philadelphia's Peltzer and Holy Family's McNesby Share CACC Weekly Lacrosse Honors
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (May 1, 2012) - Philadelphia's Taylor Peltzer (Holland, Pa.) and Holy Family's Stephanie McNesby (Philadelphia, Pa.) have been selected as the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Co-Women's Lacrosse Players of the Week, for the period ending April 30. Holy Family's Brianna Lancetta (Marlton, N.J.) has been chosen as the CACC Rookie of the Week.
CACC Lacrosse Co-Players of the Week
Taylor Peltzer, Philadelphia (Sr., A, Holland, Pa.)
Scored five goals and registered a pair of assists for a total of seven points over two games last week. Ended the regular season as the CACC leader in points with 82.
Stephanie McNesby, Holy Family (Jr., M, Holland, Pa.)
Tallied three goals and four assists for a total of seven points in a 16-11 win over Philadelphia (4/25). Also recorded seven draw wins and four groundballs in win over Rams. Was named the 2012 CACC Lacrosse Player of the Year earlier this week. Her 48 goals on the season rank fourth among CACC leaders.
CACC Lacrosse Rookie of the Week
Brianna Lancetta (Fr., M, Marlton, N.J.)
Recorded three goals in 16-11 win over Philadelphia (4/25), while also adding a groundball. This marks the second time Lancetta has been named the CACC Rookie of the Week this season.
CACC Lacrosse Honorable Mention
Corinne Coyle, Georgian Court (Jr., M, Brick, N.J.)
Registered five goals and an assist over a pair of games last week for a total of six points. Won a total of three draws.
CACC Women's Lacrosse Team Notes
Chestnut Hill - Prior to Wednesday evening's affair, the Chestnut Hill College Athletic Department recognized attack Kelly McKay (Perkasie, PA) and defender Megan Nadler (West Deptford, NJ) in Senior Night traditions. In her final collegiate contest, McKay was magnificent, leading Chestnut Hill College to a 17-11 CACC win over Wilmington University with a career-high, nine points.
Wilmington - Wilmington controlled its own destiny into the upcoming CACC Tournament last week, but failed to come through as the Wildcats dropped a 17-11 decision at Chestnut Hill on Wednesday night in their regular season finale. But the Wildcats received help and earned the number four seed and the right to face No. 1 Holy Family on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Rebecca Guethler led the Wildcats with four goals on Wednesday while Meggan Apgar also tallied a hat trick with three goals. Brittany Rhodes picke dup five ground balls while Guethler led the team with five draw controls. Kaitlyn Hall made 10 saves in goal for the Wildcats. It is the third time in the past four years that Wilmington has made it to the CACC Tournament.