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Jahelka leads Adelphi women to lacrosse victory

Jacqueline Jahelka scored five goals with three assists to lead top-ranked Adelphi over No. 17 Bentley, 13-6, in a Northeast-10 women’s lacrosse game Saturday afternoon. Rachel O’Brien had three goals, and Kate Beier had two goals. Panthers (6-0, 4-0 NE-10) goalie Taylor Hayes made six saves.

LIU Post 18, Holy Family 6: Emily Delaney and Honey Roche each scored four goals to lead LIU Post (7-1, 2-0 ECC) in East Coast Conference play. Delaney added seven assists. Olivia Kirk made four saves, and Kasey Kephart made two saves.

Dowling 17, Georgian Court 6: Alyssa Milano scored four goals and had one assist to lead Dowling (7-1, 1-0 ECC) in East Coast Conference play. Brooke Kreuscher had three goals and five assists. Lauren Young made four saves.

Goucher 14, USMMA 4: Meredith Willard had two goals and Hannah Gizzi made eight saves in USMMA’s (2-1, 0-1 LC) loss in the Landmark Conference.

Molloy 22, Wilmington 7: Cooper Sesselman had five goals and three assists and Meghan Orlando had eight assists to lead Molloy (7-3, 2-1 ECC) in East Coast Conference play. Kim Pepe and Jessica Markowitz each had three goals.

MEN’S GAMES

Adelphi 16, Saint Michael’s 9: John English won 19 of 23 faceoffs and scooped up 13 ground balls to lead No. 5 Adelphi (7-1, 5-0 NE-10) in Northeast-10 play. Salvatore Tuttle had five goals and one assist and leads the nation with 6.29 points per game.

Nassau CC 17, Suffolk County CC 2: JT Forkin had five goals and four assists to lead top-ranked Nassau (7-0) over No. 7 SCCC. Will Fitzpatrick made 20 saves.

Dowling 14, Chestnut Hill 6: Brian White had six goals and three assists to lead Dowling (6-2, 2-1 ECC) in East Coast Conference play. Josh Shaw had three goals and one assist. Frank Sommers made nine saves in the win.

USMMA 15, Goucher 5: Nick Treon had three goals and two assists to lead USMMA (6-1, 1-0) in Landmark Conference play. Jack Renard had three goals and one assist, and Pat Coll had three goals. Kyle Young made 17 saves.

LOCAL STANDOUTS: Freshman Michael Laviano of Upper Brookville scored his first three collegiate points in Boston College’s 16-6 victory over host Lafayette . . . Senior attacker Kyle Rhatigan of Holbrook had four goals and five assists in Limestone’s 19-8 victory over Seton Hill.

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