Trescavage Tabbed New University Of Scranton Lacrosse Coach
Former Misericordia women’s lacrosse coach Chrissy Trescavage is taking over the program at the University of Scranton, the university announced Tuesday.
Trescavage brings six seasons of head coaching experience at the NCAA Division III level to Scranton, having most recently led Misericordia from 2013-16, where she guided the Cougars to three straight MAC Freedom Conference playoff appearances and was named the league’s coach of the year in 2015.
Prior to her time at Misericordia, Trescavage was the head coach at Lycoming (2011-12).
During her four years at Misericordia, Trescavage transformed the Cougars into a contender in the MAC Freedom Conference. She led Misericordia to back-to-back appearances in the conference championship game in 2015 and 2016 with the Cougars also earning bids to the ECAC Mid-Atlantic Region championships both of those seasons.
In her final three seasons at Misericordia, Trescavage’s Cougars posted 26 wins, including a 14-4 record against conference opponents.
Scranton’s women’s lacrosse team went 12-7 last spring, including a 6-1 record in league play while reaching the Landmark Conference championship game for the third straight season.
Andrew Lupinacci scored late in the second half for Keystone College in a 1-1 tie with Ursinus on Tuesday.
Derek Rudy gave Ursinsus a lead with a goal in the 62nd minute but Lupinacci tied the game in the 89th minute. Marcelo Polar had three saves for the Giants (7-3-1).
Dickinson 2, Scranton 1
At Scranton, Mohammed Kane scored in overtime to give Dickinson a win.
The Red Devils converted a penalty kick in the fourth minute to take a 1-0 lead but Jon Roberts scored for the Royals (3-7-2) late in the first half to tie the score. Scranton Prep graduate Blake Hammert had five saves for Scranton.
Clarks Summit 2, Cazenovia 1
At Cazenovia, New York, Jan Rodriguez scored two goals to give Clarks Summit University a win.
Rodriguez scored in the 12th minute to give the Defenders (4-5-1) a 1-0 lead and, after Cazenovia tied the game, scored again in the 18th minute.
Evan Rarick had seven saves for the winners.
Beth Muhlenkamp had 23 kills and 22 digs to lead Clarks Summit University to a 3-1 win over SUNY-Delhi. Kara Brown had 22 kills and 11 digs for the Lady Defenders (4-16) and Alexa Wagner had 28 assists and 14 digs.