Hodel nets 100th career goal as Lady Rams defeat Chestnut Hill, 20-6


PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Attack Kalin Hodel scored six goals, including the 100th goal in her career, to lead the Philadelphia University women's lacrosse team to a 20-6 win over Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) foe Chestnut Hill Thursday afternoon on Ravenhill Field.

Hodel, who also dished out two assists, scored her milestone goal with 13:20 left in the first half after receiving a pass from midfielder Caribeth Shappell that made the score 8-3.

Attack Taylor Peltzer found the back of the net five times during a 14-1 run that stretched across halves that turned a 4-3 contest into a 18-4 game with 14:36 left. Attack Emily Ray scored two of her four goals in that outburst.

Elizabeth Marrosu, Lauren Hartman, Allison Brian, Hannah Kuranz and Carli DiCioccio also scored for the Lady Rams (2-1, 2-1 CACC). Shappell racked up six assists.

Ellen Wright was the winning goalie after making four saves and picking up a team-high five ground balls in 51:18 between the pipes.

Kelly McKay netted three goals for Chestnut Hill (0-2, 0-1 CACC), while Nicole Covella had two goals and one assist.

Jenn Delahanty stopped 11 shots during her 42:06 in the Griffins' net, while Jessica Pennell had three saves.

Philadelphia hosts the two-time defending CACC champion Georgian Court University on Saturday, March 17 on Ravenhill Field at noon.