03/12/2019 2:30 PM
Team 91 alum Mackenzie Heldberg had an 11-point week to lead Johns Hopkins to a pair of wins.
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Johns Hopkins is on a roll, and Team 91 alum Mackenzie Heldberg is a huge reason why.
The Smithtown West product had hat tricks and a combined 11 points to lead the Blue Jays to a 17-11 win over Saint Joseph's and a 15-11 win over Hofstra last week.
Heldberg torched the Hawks for three goals, two assists, a ground ball and a caused turnover before hitting the Pride with four goals, two assists, a ground ball and a caused turnover as Hopkins stretched its record to 6-1, including a four-game winning streak.
Rutgers 18, Monmouth 13
Monmouth 14, LIU-Brooklyn 13
Ally Turturro was a scoring machine for the Hawks, sniping four goals against the Scarlet Knights and adding another hat trick against LIU-Brooklyn. The junior also put forth a combined 11 draw controls for Monmouth.
Georgetown 13, George Washington 4
Penn 8, Georgetown 7
Natalia Lynch helped sink GW with a dominant all-around game, featuring a hat trick, three draw controls, three ground balls and two caused turnovers. She followed it up by posting a four-draw control, four-ground ball, one-goal, one-caused turnover game.
Marist 12, La Salle 11
Hailey Wagner buried a goal for the Red Foxes to go along with an incredible 17 draw controls and a ground ball.
George Mason 17, Iona 6
Melissa Capri tallied a goal for GMU and also added a ground ball and a caused turnover.
Ohio State 13, Binghamton 7
Paige Volkmann and Olivia Batista each scored for the Bearcats, with Batista adding a caused turnover and a ground ball and Volkmann matching that and adding a draw control.
Lehigh 13, Columbia 10
Cornell 12, Columbia 9
Chelsea Witteck had two goals, an assist and two ground balls against the Mountain Hawks and also scored once against the Big Red.
Tampa 16, Colorado-Colorado Springs 4
Tampa 18, Seton Hill 8
Kayla Kosubinsky started the Spartans' sweep with three goals, an assist and a draw control before coming back with a goal, an assist and a ground ball as Tampa won its fifth game in its past six tries.
Lock Haven 16, Anderson Broaddus 7
Caitlin Morrow guided the Bald Eagles to their first win of the year by pairing a hat trick with three assists to go along with two caused turnovers.
Gardner-Webb 19, Delaware State 2
Gardner-Webb 13, Butler 12
Colleen Conn did a little bit of everything in the two wins, starting with a goal, three ground balls and two caused turnovers against the Hornets before following it up with two caused turnovers and a ground ball against the Bulldogs.
Mount Olive 17, Belmont Abbey 12
Belmont Abbey 18, UVA-Wise 15
Sarah Schaefer had three caused turnovers and two ground balls in the win, a stat line preceded by a two-ground ball, one-draw control, one-caused turnover effort. belmo
Assumption 18, Stonehill 9
Assumption 13, Mercy 12
Haley Rose led a stingy defense with three ground balls against Stonehill, then added two caused turnovers as Assumption upset top-15 Mercy.
LIU-Post 11, Pace 9
LeMoyne 16, LIU-Post 7
Hailey Duchnowski was strong in goal in both games, stopping 14 and 15 saves against Post and LeMoyne, respectively.
LIU-Post 11, Pace 9
Pace 11, East Stroudsburg 10
Alexandra Maitland-Ward scooped up three ground balls and caused a turnover in Pace's loss, then added a ground ball as Pace toppled the Warriors to split their top-10 matchups.
Molloy 19, University of District of Columbia 3
Sarah Weitman lifted the Lions with a goal, a draw control and two ground balls. Kianna Franklin snared three draw controls to go with a ground ball and a caused turnover for the Firebirds.