Cabrini Opens CSAC Play Downing Immaculata

RADNOR, Pa. Cabrini opened its Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) regular season schedule with a 20-10 victory against Immaculata University on Monday afternoon at Edith Robb Dixon Field. The win is the Cavaliers' first of the 2011 campaign.

Senior attack Jamie O'Hanlon (Springfield, Pa./Springfield Delco HS) led the Cabrini offense with eight points, scoring five goals and handing out three assists. Senior attack Gabrielle Gorbey (Ridley Park, Pa./Ridley HS) totaled seven points with three scores and four helpers.

Sophomore attack Christina Pasquariello (Gladwyne, Pa./Harriton HS) notched five points, scoring five goals. Junior midfielder Katie Slonaker (Princeton Junction, N.J./W. Windsor-Plainsboro North HS) and freshman attack Allie Henry (Garnet Valley, Pa./Garnet Valley HS) deposited three goals and two goals, respectively.

Seven Cavaliers scored at least one goal against the Mighty Macs. Senior defender Courtney Davis (Madison, N.J./Madison HS) and senior midfielder Dolores Weathers (Media, Pa./Sacred Heart HS) each recorded one goal.

O'Hanlon led the Blue & White hustle efforts, winning a team-high six groundballs. Weathers and senior midfielder Julie Bonomo (Manhasset, N.Y./Saint Mary's HS) each scooped four groundballs.

Bonomo, who also distributed three assists, collected a team-high five draw controls and caused a club-best five turnovers. Weathers claimed four draws.

Freshman goalkeeper Janel Folkomer (Springfield, Pa./Springfield Delco HS) earned her first career victory with six saves in 46:30 minutes played. Senior goalkeeper Gianna Porretta (Hammonton, N.J./Saint Joseph HS) came on in relief and tallied one stop.

Cabrini opened the contest with the game's first three goals before growing its lead to six scores, 8-2, at the 14:32 mark of the first half. Pasquariello scored three straight goals in a less than three minute stretch.

Behind three goals from O'Hanlon, the Cavaliers led 13-5 at the intermission. Cabrini owned a 22-10 shot advantage in the first 30 minutes.

The Blue & White led by as many as 11 goals, 18-7, with 10:49 remaining in the second half. Pasquariello scored the game's final goal, off a feed from O'Hanlon, with just 13 seconds left.

Junior midfielder Kacie O'Neill led Immaculata (1-7, 0-2 CSAC) with three points on three goals in the loss. Junior midfielder Emily Hallett also posted three points, scoring two goals and adding one assist.

The Cavaliers' 20 goals is the most in a single game since a 24-12 victory against Gwynedd-Mercy College in the 2010 CSAC Final.

Cabrini (1-4, 1-0 CSAC) resumes its non-conference schedule at home tomorrow against New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) opponent Rowan University. Game time against the Profs is set for 4:30 p.m.


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