Bristow assists North in 9-7 win

June 11, 1994|By Doug Brown | Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer

Jenny Bristow capped her college career by doing what she does best -- feeding teammates.

The Roland Park and Princeton grad had a goal and two assists as the North edged the South, 9-7, in overtime in the women's college all-star game in the 12th annual Hall of Fame Lacrosse Classic yesterday at Johns Hopkins.

"Jenny was great as a junior, but even better this year," said North coach Chris Sailer, who directed Princeton to the national championship. "She was our focal point. Her 32 assists were a school record and put her second in the country."

Bristow was the Ivy League Player of the Year.

Slough leads South

Navy's Jamie Slough scored what proved to be the winning goal with 8:51 left to give the South an 11-10 victory over the North in the men's Division I all-star game. Slough also had two assists.

An apparent goal by Syracuse's Charlie Lockwood was ruled to be after the final horn.

Bacigalupo saluted

St. Paul's and Princeton grad Scott Bacigalupo received the Lt. Ray Enners Award as the Division I Player of the Year at the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association's annual awards luncheon yesterday. He was also named Goalie of the Year.

Other award winners: Division I Coach of the Year, Peter Lasagna, Brown; Division I Attackman of the Year, Kevin Lowe, Princeton; Division I Midfielder of the Year, Dom Fin, Syracuse; Division I Defenseman of the Year, Reid Jackson, Rutgers; Division III Coach of the Year, Michael Caravana, Denison; Division III Player of the Year, Jason Coffman, Salisbury State; Division III Attackman of the Year, Coffman; Division III Midfielder of the Year, Bobby Wynne, Hobart; Division III Defenseman of the Year, Chris McQueeney, Salisbury State; Division III Goalie of the Year, Erik Miller, Salisbury State.

Princeton's Sailer was named Division I Coach of the Year by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association.

Others honored: Division I Outstanding Goalie, Erin O'Neill, Princeton; Division I Outstanding Offensive Player, Betsy Elder, Maryland; Division I Outstanding Defensive Player, Cherie Greer, Virginia; Division III Outstanding Goalie, Lisa Gipson, Middlebury; Division III Outstanding Offensive Player, Pam Pluguez, Trenton State; Division III Outstanding Defensive Player, Sue Pley, Trenton State.

Four for Boncaro

Paul Boncaro of Rochester Institute of Technology scored four goals to lead the North to a 17-12 win in the men's Division III All-Star Game.

Men's Div. I all-star game South 11, North 10 North 4 0 5 1 -- 10

South 2 4 3 2 -- 11

Goals: N -- Depp 2, Fin 3, Reinhardt, Carlson, Dinardo, Schaerfenberger, Amon. S -- Parks 2, Fasanaro, Crotty 2, Stamos 2, Radebaugh, Chisholm, Wade, Slough. Assists: N -- Lowe 2, Dolp. S -- Slough 2, Noonan, Radebaugh 2, Chisholm, Wade. Saves: N -- Bacigalupo 16, Stalfort 17. S -- Salter 7, Ireland 4.

Women's all-star game North 9, South 7 Goals: N--Bristow, Crosby 2, Maguire 2, Grote, Moravec, Downing 2. S--Elder 3, Boliver, Carrington, Petrella, Savage. Assists: N--Grote, Bristow 2. Saves: N--Ohrin 22. S--Hensley 9.

Men's Division III all-star game North 17, South 12 North 1 6 5 5 -- 17

South 3 3 4 2 -- 12

Goals: N - Boncaro 4, Battaglino, Wynne 2, Bianchi, Hollenbeck, MacLean 2, Mulroney 2, Garcia 3, Michel. S - Marchetti, Bayersdorfer, Cote 3, Murphy, Foley 3, Kammerman 2, Smith. Assists: N--Felt, Hollenbeck, Garcia, Ferry, Mulroney, Michel. S--Marchetti, Kammerman, Wolfertz. Saves: N--Daniels 13, McDonald 9. S--Miller 16, Fleming 12.

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