CLEVELAND – The Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) Athletic Department had 76 student-athletes named 2016-17 recipients of the Academic Achievement Award by the Divisi...
Kathryn Avanzato scored her career-high eighth goal 1:43 into overtime to give the Rams a 16-15 win.
Alyssa Matthews scored five times in the Rams' opening round match.
Isabella DiGnazio set career highs in goals, assists, and points, while Katie Gallivan had career highs in ground balls and caused turnovers.
The Rams will open the CACC Tournament at home on April 25 after defeating Caldwell 18-13.
The Rams got at least one goal from a season-high 13 players.
Kathryn Avanzato and Courtney Shaw scored four times each in the win.
Isabella DiGnazio recorded her 100th career point in the victory.
Isabella DiGnazio recorded six goals and one assist for Philadelphia.
Alyssa Matthews scored the Rams' goal in an 18-1 setback.
Samantha Ryder had a career-high six points and Laura Dunne had four goals and five assists.
Victoria Raymond stopped 19 shots and Isabella DiGnazio scored four times in a 13-7 win over Kutztown.
Samantha Ryder and Courtney Shaw combined for six of the Rams' seven goals in a 19-7 loss.
Samantha Ryder scored four times, while Alyssa Matthews had three goals and three assists.
Kathryn Avanzato scored four goals for the Rams.
The Rams snapped their three-match losing streak.
Isabella DiGnazio is up to three goals this season.
No make-up dates have been announced for matches against West Chester and Mercy.
Alyssa Matthews' four goals are a career high.
Katie Gallivan had seven ground balls and seven caused turnovers in a loss to Bloomsburg.
Sarah von Lange, Alyssa Matthews, Samantha Ryder, and Erin Eckert scored the Rams in the 9-4 loss.
The Rams will play 17 matches in 2017, starting on March 3 at Bloomsburg.
Liz Mower was the 2016 CACC Player of the Year and named to the CACC Spring All-Academic Team.
The Rams won their second CACC championship in the last three years.
Liz Mower was named the CACC Player of the Year and Isabella DiGnazio was selected as the CACC Defensive Player of the Year.
Elizabeth Seitzinger and Kathryn Avanzato both scored three times for the Rams.
Philadelphia went 9-0 against the CACC this season to win the regular season title
The Rams posted their shutout since the 2003 season.
The Rams scored seven straight goals and never looked back as they recorded their eighth consecutive win.
Liz Mower scored a career-high eight goals in the 22-4 victory.