Checking In With the U.S. National Team Alumni: April 21st
2013-14 U.S. Women’s National Team
Attacker Kayla Treanor tallied five points on four goals and an assist as Syracuse blew past Notre Dame 18-10. Treanor’s teammate on the 2011 U.S. Women’s National Under-19 Team, attacker Cortney Fortunato, netted two goals for the Irish in the loss.
Attacker Caroline Tarzian dished out two assists, pushing Georgetown past Temple 13-6. With the win, Georgetown – and Team USA – head coach Ricky Fried becomes the winningest coach in Hoya history.
Midfielder Tatum Coffey scored once and had an assist, helping Penn State defeat Johns Hopkins 12-10. Attacker Taylor D’Amore notched four goals and two assists for the Blue Jays in the loss.
2012 U.S. Men’s National Under-19 Team
Defender Stephen Jahelka anchored a D that holds Princeton to eight goals in a 9-8 Harvard win, guaranteeing the Crimson a spot in the Ivy League Tournament. Midfielder Sean Mahon had a goal and an assist, and Jahelka added a goal of his own in the win.
Midfielder Ryan Tucker posted two goals and an assist and defender Greg Danseglio scooped up five groundballs as Virginia knocked off Bellarmine 12-8.
Goalie Zach Oliveri made 15 saves, but it wasn’t enough as UMass fell to Hofstra 11-6.
Midfielder Charlie Raffa won 20 of 24 face-offs to lead Maryland past Notre Dame 12-8, clinching the ACC regular season title in the process. Attackman Matt Kavanagh tallied two goals and handed out four assists for the Irish in the loss.
2011 U.S. Women’s National Under-19 Team
Attacker Erin McMunn scored two goals, pushing Princeton past Dartmouth 12-10 and capturing the Tigers’ first Ivy League regular season crown since 2006.
Defender Caleigh Sindall and the North Carolina defense held Towson to eight goals as the Tarheels downed the Tigers 17-8.