2004 Archive

Monday, November 22, 2004

"Cavs Place Five Players on All-AMC South Team"

Walsh placed five players on the All-American Mideast Conference South Division Team. Stephany Quinn (MF, Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph) top right, Amanda Waltz (F, Fr., North Canton, OH/Hoover) and Meghan Patton (F, So., Parma, OH/Holy Name) bottom right were each named second team. Nicole Rogers (F, Jr., Akron, OH/Green) and Abby Swope (M, Fr., Wadsworth, OH/HS) were selected honorable mention.

Quinn, who earned honorable mention honors last season, finished second in scoring with 18 points. She scored seven goals and dished out four assists. Patton, who earned second team honors last season, was third in scoring with 15 points on four goals and a team leading seven assists. Waltz led the Cavs in scoring with 22 points on a team leading eight goals and six assists. Rogers scored three goals and had six points. Swope had seven points on three goals and one assist.

Walsh finished the season 10-7-1.

Monday, October 25, 2004

Cavs (10-7-1, 2-4-1) Drop Final Two Games, Miss Playoffs

Despite winning the most games in single season since 2000, Walsh (10-7-1, 24-1) dropped its final two games and failed to make the playoffs for the fourth straight year. The Cavs could muster just one win in their final five games. Tiffin University blanked the Cavs 2-0 on the road last Tuesday. On Saturday, the Cavs lost a heartbreaker 3-2 in overtime to Urbana University in their regular season finale. The Cavs finished with seven points, good for sixth place.

Tiffin scored twice within a three-minute span in the first half to seal their eighth-straight win. Walsh put pressure on the Dragons, but could not beat Dragon keeper Tracy Shannon who had 15 saves. Walsh out shot Tiffin 24-14. Walsh's Audra Smail (Fr., Navarre, OH/Central Catholic) had five saves. Walsh's season came to an end on Saturday, when they were defeated 3-2 by Urbana in overtime. Urbana's Darby McCullogh tied the game at 2-2 at the 64-minute mark of the second half, and then scored the game-winner 43 seconds into the first overtime. Walsh fell behind 1-0, but tied the game before the half on the first of two goals by Amanda Waltz (Fr., North Canton, OH/Hoover). Waltz then gave the Cavs the lead (2-1) at the 59-minute mark on an assist from Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph). Walsh dominated the game statistically, out shooting Urbana 26-7.

Freshman Amanda Waltz completed a stellar first year, leading the Cavs in scoring with 22 points. She also led the team with eight goals. Quinn finished second in goals (seven) and in points (18).

Saturday, October 23, 2004

"Cavs Fall 3-2 in OT to Urbana to Dash Playoff Hopes"

Walsh's (10-7-1, 2-4-1) season came to an end today, when they were defeated 3-2 by Urbana University in overtime. Urbana's Darby McCullogh tied the game at 2-2 at the 64-minute mark of the second half, and then scored the game-winner 43 seconds into the first overtime. Walsh needed a win to keep their playoff hopes alive. Walsh fell behind 1-0, but tied the game before the half on the first of two goals by Amanda Waltz (Fr., North Canton, OH/Hoover). Waltz then gave the Cavs the lead (2-1) at the 59-minute mark on an assist from Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph). Walsh dominiated the game statistically, out shooting Urbana 26-7.

Tuesday, October 19, 2004

"Streaking Tiffin Dragons Blank Cavs"

Tiffin University (8-5-1, 4-1-1) blanked Walsh (10-6-1, 2-3-1) 2-0 today in an American Mideast Conference South game at Tiffin. The win was the eighth straight for the Dragons. Tiffin scored twice within a three-minute span in the first half. Ashley Spahn scored at the 15-minute to give Tiffin a 1-0 lead. Rachel Garofolo scored the games final goal three minutes later. Walsh put pressure on the Dragons, as they out shot them 24-14. The Dragons' goal keeper, Tracy Shannon, recorded 15 saves. Walsh's Audra Smail (Fr., Navarre, OH/Central Catholic) had five saves.

The Cavs host Urbana in an AMC South game on Saturday at 1 pm.

Monday, October 18, 2004

Cavs (10-5-1, 2-2-1) Tie Cedarville/Defeat Daemen

Walsh (10-5-1, 2-2-1) defeated Daemen College last week, but tied Cedarville University in an American Mideast Conference South game. The Cavs are in fourth place in the South with seven points, only one point ahead of fifth place Urbana University. This week, Walsh travels to Tiffin University on Tuesday (3 pm) and play host to Urbana University on Saturday at 1 pm.

Walsh won its tenth game of the season, defeating Daemen College 3-2 in a non-conference game last Tuesday. The win improved the Cavs to 10-5 overall and marks the most wins since 1998, when Walsh won 11 games. The most wins for the Cavs in a single season are 15 in 1997. Meghan Patton (So., Parma, OH/Holy Name) top right gave the Cavs a 1-0 lead, scoring an unassisted goal on a breakaway at the 13:49 mark. Nikki Cody (Sr., Canton, OH/GlenOak) bottom right scored on an assist from Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph), breaking right down the middle, to give Walsh a 2-0 lead. Quinn leads the Cavs with seven goals. Freshman Amanda Dempsey (Green, OH/HS) scored what proved to be the winning goal on a header off a corner kick, which gave the Cavs a 3-0 lead in the second half. Daemen scored twice in the final eight minutes, but could not tally the equalizer. Audra Smail (Fr., Navarre, OH/Central Catholic) played the first 75 minutes between the pipes and recorded four saves.

Walsh and Cedarville University (8-5-2, 1-3-1) battled to a 2-2 double overtime on Friday. Walsh jumped to a 2-0 halftime lead, on goals by Amanda Waltz (Fr., North Canton, OH/Hoover) and Abby Swope (Fr., Wadsworth, OH/HS). Waltz scored on a breakaway at the 25:12 mark and Swope scored at the 42:57 mark on an assist from Starrzanne Stipes (So., Coshocton, OH/River View). Waltz leads the Cavs in scoring with 18 points. Cedarville's Jane Adams pulled the visitors to within a goal with a tally at the 49:48 mark and tied the contest at the 71:30 mark. Adams is the Yellow Jackets all-time scoring leader. Walsh out shot Cedarville 15-9.

Walsh and Tiffin meet for the 21st time, all-time at Tiffin. The Dragons lead the series 15-4 with one tie and blanked the Cavs 4-0 last season. Tiffin has won the eight meetings and has shutout the Cavs in the last three meetings. A win by Walsh would move them into third place in the AMC South. Walsh and Urbana meet for the sixth time, all-time on Saturday. The Cavs lead the series 3-2, but lost 1-0 at Urbana last season.

Friday, October 15, 2004

"Cavs/Cedarville Battle to 2-2 Double Overtime Tie"

Walsh (10-5-1, 2-2-1) and Cedarville University (8-5-2, 1-3-1) battled to a 2-2 double overtime tie in an American Mideast Conference South game at Walsh today. Walsh jumped to a 2-0 halftime lead, on goals by Amanda Waltz (Fr., North Canton, OH/Hoover) top right and Abby Swope (Fr., Wadsworth, OH/HS) bottom right. Waltz scored on a breakaway at the 25:12 mark and Swope scored at the 42:57 mark on an assist from Starrzanne Stipes (So., Coshocton, OH/River View). Cedarville's Jane Adams pulled the visitors to within a goal with a tally at the 49:48 mark and tied the contest at the 71:30 mark. Adams is the Yellow Jackets all-time scoring leader. Walsh out shot Cedarville 15-9.

The Cavs are idle until Tuesday, October 19, when they travel to Tiffin for a 4 pm start.

Tuesday, October 12, 2004

"Cavs Win 10th Game/Edge Daemen 3-2"

Walsh won its tenth game of the season, defeating Daemen College 3-2 in a non-conference game played at Walsh today. The win improved the Cavs to 10-5 overall and marks the most wins since 1998, when Walsh won 11 games. The most wins for the Cavs in a single season is 15 in 1997.

Meghan Patton (So., Parma, OH/Holy Name) gave the Cavs a 1-0 lead, scoring an unassisted goal on a breakaway at the 13:49 mark. Nikki Cody (Sr., Canton, OH/GlenOak) scored on an assist from Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph), breaking right down the middle, to give Walsh a 2-0 lead. Freshman Amanda Dempsey (Green, OH/HS) scored what proved to be the winning goal on a header, off a corner kick, in the second half to give Walsh a 3-0 lead. Daemen scored twice in the final eight minutes, but could not tally the equalizer. Audra Smail (Fr., Navarre, OH/Central Catholic) played the first 75 minutes between the pipes and recorded four saves.

The Cavs (10-5, 2-2) host Cedarville University (8-5-1, 1-3) on Friday at 2 pm.

Saturday, October 9, 2004

"MVNU Rallies, Defeat Cavs 2-1"

Mount Vernon Nazarene University rallied to edge the Cavs 2-1 in an American Mideast Conference South game, played at Mount Vernon yesterday. The Cougars scored the game-winning goal with 3:22 left on a penalty kick. After a scoreless first half, Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph) gave the Cavs a 1-0 lead, 11 minutes into the second half on an assist from Amanda Waltz (Fr., North Canton, OH/Hoover). Mount Vernon came back and tied the game five minutes later on a re-start in front of the Cavs goal. The loss drops the Cavs to 9-5 overall and to 2-2 in the AMC South.

Wednesday, October 6, 2004

"Cavs Blank Geneva 2-0"

Walsh won its second straight game, blanking Geneva College 2-0 today. The win, the sixth in the last seven games for the Cavs, raises their record to 9-4. Walsh's nine wins equals their win total from last season. Jodi Antrican (Jr., Madison, OH/HS) top right scored on a penalty kick to give the Cavs a 1-0 lead at the 54:47 mark of the second half. Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph) bottom right then added an insurance goal at the 77:45 mark. Walsh out shot Geneva 8-7. Audra Smail (Fr., Navarre, OH/Central Catholic) recorded the shutout in goal, recording two saves. Walsh travels to Mount Vernon Nazarene for an American Mideast Conference South game on Saturday at 3 pm.

Monday, October 4, 2004

"Cavs (8-4, 2-1) Split Games/Lose to Malone"

Walsh (8-4, 2-1) had its four game winning streak stopped 2-1 by Malone last week. The loss was the first in American Mideast Conference South play for Walsh. On Sunday, the Cavs rebounded by defeating Seton Hill 2-1. This week, they host Geneva on Wednesday ( 4pm) and travel to Mount Vernon Nazarene on Saturday (3 pm).

Malone scored first and led 1-0, when Walsh's Amanda Waltz (Fr., North Canton, OH/Hoover) top right tied the game with her fourth goal of the season on an assist from Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph) with less than seven minutes left in the first half. The game remained tied until the Pioneers scored the game winner at the 84:38 mark. Walsh out shot Malone 11-10. Walsh edged Seton Hill College 2-1 in a non-league game. Nicole Rogers (Jr., Akron, OH/Green) bottom right gave the Cavs a 1-0 lead at the 8:30 mark on an assist from Stephany Quinn. Amanda Waltz then scored what proved to be the winning goal at the 53:45 mark on an assist from Abby Swope (Fr., Wadsworth, OH/HS). Waltz leads the Cavs in scoring with 15 points.

Geneva (3-8) comes to Walsh for a non-league game on Wednesday. The Cavs lead the all-time series 10-6 with one tie and won 2-1 last year. Walsh gets back into AMC South action on Saturday at Mount Vernon Nazarene (8-3, 1-0). The all-time series is tied 2-2. The Cougars won 4-2 last year.

Sunday, October 3, 2004

"Cavs Edge Seton Hill 2-1"

Walsh (8-4) edged Seton Hill College 2-1 in a non-league game played at Walsh today. Nicole Rogers (Jr., Akron, OH/Green) gave the Cavs a 1-0 lead 8 1/2 minutes into the game on an assist from Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph). Amanda Waltz (Fr., North Canton, OH/Hoover) then scored what proved to be the winning goal at the 53:45 mark on an assist from Abby Swope (Fr., Wadsworth, OH/HS). Seton Hill tallied their goal at the 85:30 mark.

Walsh is home to Geneva on Wednesday at 4 pm.

Wednesday, September 28, 2004

"Malone Hands Walsh First AMC Loss"

Malone College (8-3, 2-0) handed Walsh (7-4, 2-1) its first American Mideast Conference South loss, 2-1 at Walsh today. The loss also snapped the Cavs four game win streak. Malone led 1-0 in the first half, when Walsh's Amanda Waltz (Fr., North Canton, OH/Hoover) tied the game with her fourth goal of the season on an assist from Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph). The game was tied 1-1 at the half and remained tied until the Pioneers scored the game winner in the final 20 minutes. Walsh outshot Malone 11-10.

Walsh's next game is at home on Sunday against Seton Hill at 1 pm.

Monday, September 27, 2004

Cavs (7-3, 2-0) Extend Win Streak to Four Games/2-0 in AMC South

Walsh won twice last week to extend their winning streak to four games and improve their record to 7-3. The Cavs have also recorded three consecutive shutouts. Walsh last won four straight games in 2002. This week, they host arch rival Malone College on Wednesday (3 pm) and Seton Hill on Sunday (1 pm).

Seven different Cavaliers scored in a 9-0 romp over Carlow College (0-6) on Thursday. Walsh led 6-0 at halftime and out shot the Celtics 33-3 for the game. Jodi Antrican (Jr., Madison, OH/HS) and Jenny Berens (Fr., Massillon, OH/Central Catholic) each tallied twice for the Cavs. Meghan Patton (So., Parma, OH/Holy Name) scored and had two assists and Amanda Waltz (Fr. North Canton, OH/Hoover) also scored and dished out two assists. Walsh improved to 7-3 overall and 2-0 in the American Mideast Conference South, after blanking Shawnee State University 5-0 in Portsmouth on Saturday. Jodi Antrican tallied twice again and dished out an assist in the win. Meghan Patton scored and had an assist, as did Samantha Hollis (Jr., Wooster, OH/HS). Audra Smail (Fr., Navarre, OH/Central Catholic) and Jamie Cole (Sr., Canton, OH/GlenOak) recorded the shutout in goal.

Patton leads the Cavs with 13 points, on three goals and a team high seven assists. Waltz and Antrican each have 11 points. Antrican is tied for the team lead in goals scored (five) with Stephanie Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph). The Cavs have surrendered only 16 goals in the first ten games.

Walsh and Malone (7-3, 1-0) meet for the ninth time on Wednesday at Walsh. The all-time series is tied at 4-4. Malone won 2-1 last year and have won the last three meetings. Walsh and Seton Hill (3-4) meet for the 18th time on Sunday. Seton Hill leads the all-time series 12-3-2.

Saturday, September 25, 2004

"Cavs Win Fourth Straight"

Walsh improved to 7-3 overall and 2-0 in the American Mideast Conference South, after blanking Shawnee State University 5-0 in Portsmouth today. Jodi Antrican (Jr., Madison, OH/HS) top right, who scored two goals in Walsh's 9-0 romp over Carlow on Thursday, tallied twice again today and dished out an assist in the win. Meghan Patton (So., Parma, OH/Holy Name) bottom right scored and had an assist, as did Samantha Hollis (Jr., Wooster, OH/HS). Audra Smail (Fr., Navarre, OH/Central Catholic) and Jamie Cole (Sr., Canton, OH/GlenOak) recorded the shutout in goal. Walsh plays host to Malone on Wednesday.

Thursday, September 23, 2004

"Cavs Rout Carlow 9-0"

Seven different Cavaliers scored in a 9-0 romp over Carlow College (0-6) today. The win was the third straight for the Cavs and raised their record to 6-3. Walsh led 6-0 at halftime and out shot the Celtics 33-3 for the game. Jodi Antrican (Jr., Madison, OH/HS) top right and Jenny Berens (Fr., Massillon, OH/Central Catholic) bottom right each tallied twice for the Cavs. Meghan Patton (So., Parma, OH/Holy Name) scored and had two assists and Amanda Waltz (Fr. North Canton, OH/Hoover) also scored and dished out two assists.

Walsh (6-3, 1-0) is at Shawnee State on Saturday for an American Mideast Conference game.

Tuesday, September 21, 2004

"Quinn Scores Twice, Cavs Blank Muskingum 3-0

Behind Stephany Quinn's (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph) top right two goals, Walsh blanked Muskingum College 3-0 at Walsh today. The win was the second straight for the Cavs and improved their record to 5-3. The goals for Quinn were here team leading fourth and fifth of the season. The two goals were scored in a span of two minutes, early in the first half. Meghan Patton (So., Parma, OH/Holy Name), bottom right who assisted on Quinn's first goal, closed the scoring with a goal at the 6:43 mark of the second half with an unassisted goal, her first of the season. Walsh out shot the Muskies 21-4.

The Cavs are home to Carlow on Thursday at 4 pm.

Monday, September 20, 2004

"Cavs Split Games, Win AMC South Opener"

Walsh split two games, but won their American Mideast Conference South Division opener last week. The Cavs fell 4-0 at the College of Wooster, but rebounded to defeat Ohio Dominican University 3-2 in the AMC opener. The Cavs are busy this week with three games in five days. On Tuesday, the Cavs host Muskingum (1-3-2) at 5 pm. The Cavs then host Carlow College (0-5) on Thursday (4 pm) and then travel to Shawnee State University (1-3-2, 0-1) for an AMC South game on Saturday (1 pm).

Walsh was blanked for the second straight game, when they were defeated 4-0 at the College of Wooster last Wednesday. The Cavs were out shot 20-8. The Scots put the game away with three second half goals. Walsh snapped their modest two-game losing streak with a 3-2 win at Ohio Dominican on Saturday. Nicole Rogers (Jr., Akron, OH/Green) scored twice in the second half and Jodi Antrican (Jr., Madison, OH/HS) tallied the Cavs initial goal in the first half. Audra Smail (Fr., Navarre, OH/Central Catholic) stopped four shots in her second collegiate start.

Saturday, September 18, 2004

"Rogers Scores Twice, Antrican Once in 3-2 Win at Ohio Dominican"

Nicole Rogers (Jr., Akron, OH/Green) top right scored twice in the second half to lead Walsh (4-3, 1-0) to a 3-2 American Mideast Conference South Division win at Ohio Dominican today. The victory snapped a two-game Cavalier losing streak. Jodi Antrican (Jr., Madison, OH/HS) bottom right tallied the Cavs initial goal in the first half.

The Cavs are home to Muskingum on Tuesday at 4 pm.

Wednesday, September 15, 2004

"Walsh Blanked at Wooster"

Walsh (3-3) was shutout for the second straight game, when they were blanked 4-0 at the College of Wooster (4-0-1) today. Walsh has been shutout in three of their last four games. The Cavs were out shot 20-8. The Scots put the game away with three second half goals.

Walsh opens American Mideast Conference South Division play at Ohio Dominican University (2-5, 0-1) on Saturday at 2 pm.

Monday, September 13, 2004

"Cavs (3-2) Drop Two of Three"

Walsh lost two out of three games last week and stand 3-2 on the season. The Cavs lost 4-0 at Siena Heights, edged Saint Francis (Ind.) 2-1 and were blanked 3-0 by Indiana Wesleyan. This week the Cavs are on the road at the College of Wooster on Wednesday (4 pm) and at Ohio Dominican University on Saturday (2 pm) in their American Mideast Conference South Division opener.

Siena Heights scored twice in each half in handing the Cavs their first loss of the season last Tuesday. They out shot the Cavs 13-8. Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph) and Amanda Waltz (Fr. North Canton, OH/Hoover) scored for Walsh and Meghan Patton (So., Parma, OH/Holy Name) assisted on both goals. Quinn leads the Cavs with three goals and six points, while Patton leads the team with four assists. Jamie Cole (Sr., Canton, OH/GlenOak) stopped four shots in goal in the final 22 minutes. Walsh out shot St. Francis 11-6. Indiana Wesleyan scored 25 minutes into the contest and led 2-0 at the half. They tallied an insurance goal 20 minutes into the second half. The Cavs managed just five shots on goal.

Walsh and the College of Wooster (3-0-1) meet for the sixth time on Wednesday. The Scots hold a 3-2 edge. Walsh opens AMC South play at Ohio Dominican (2-4) on Saturday. The Panthers lead the series 3-1.

Saturday, September 11, 2004

Cavs Blanked by Indiana Wesleyan

Walsh (3-2) was blanked 3-0 by Indiana Wesleyan (2-3) today. Wesleyan scored 25 minutes into the contest and led 2-0 at the half. They tallied an insurance goal 20 minutes into the second half. The Cavs managed just five shots on goal.

The Cavs are at Wooster on Wednesday.

Friday, September 10, 2004

Cavs Edge St. Francis 2-1

Walsh snapped a one-game losing streak with a 2-1 win over the University of Saint Francis (Ind.) today. The win improves the Cavs to 3-1. Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph) top right and Amanda Waltz (Fr. North Canton, OH/Hoover) scored for Walsh and Meghan Patton (So., Parma, OH/Holy Name) assisted on both goals. Walsh outshot St. Francis 11-6. Jamie Cole (Sr., Canton, OH/GlenOak) bottom right stopped four shots in goal. and Walsh is home to Indiana Wesleyan at 1 pm tomorrow.

Tuesday, September 7, 2004

Siena Hts. Hands Cavs First Loss

Siena Heights handed the Cavs their first loss of the season, 4-0 in Michigan today. The loss drops the Cavs to 2-1. Siena Heights scored twice in each half and outshot the Cavs 13-8. Walsh opens the home season with Saint Francis (Ind.) on Friday (2 pm) and Indiana Wesleyan (1 pm) on Saturday.

Monday, September 6, 2004

Cavs (2-0) Open Season With Back-to-Back Road Wins

Walsh opened the season with back-to-back road wins over the weekend. The Cavs came-from-behind to defeat Saint Vincent College 3-2 in overtime on Friday and blanked Notre Dame College (OH) 2-0 on Saturday. This week, the Cavs to Siena Heights on Tuesday (4:30 pm) and open the home season with Saint Francis (Ind.) on Friday (2 pm) and Indiana Wesleyan (1 pm) on Saturday.

Walsh battled back from a 2-0 deficit to defeat Saint Vincent in overtime. Freshman Abby Swope (Wadsworth, OH/HS) scored the Cavs first goal of the season, to cut the Bearcats leads to 2-1 at the 57-minute mark. Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph) then scored the tying goal with 13 minutes to play. Samantha Hollis (Jr., Wooster, OH/HS) tallied the game winner four minutes into the second overtime. Mary Ross (So., North Royalton, OH/Holy Name) stopped 13 shots in goal. Ross was solid again in Walsh's 2-0 at Notre Dame on Saturday. She stopped two shots and recorded the shutout. Freshman Amanda Waltz (North Canton, OH/Hoover) gave Walsh a 1-0 lead just 13 mintues into the contest with her first collegiate goal. Stephany Quinn added an insurance goal with nine minutes to play in the first half.

Saturday, September 4, 2004

Cavs Blank Notre Dame (OH) 2-0

Walsh improved to 2-0 with a 2-0 win at Notre Dame (OH) today. Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph) and Amanda Waltz (Fr., North Canton, OH/Hoover) tailled the Cavs goals. Walsh plays their third straight road game at Siena Heights (MI) on Tuesday. Walsh opens the home season on Friday against the University of Saint Francis at 4 pm.

Friday, Septmeber 3, 2004

Cavs Open 17th Season With 3-2 Double OT Win at Saint Vincent

Walsh opened its 17th season with a thrilling 3-2 double overtime win at Saint Vincent College (PA) today. No other details are available. Walsh is at Notre Dame College (OH) at 1 pm tomorrow.

Monday, August 28, 2004

Cavs Open on the Road

Walsh opens its 17th season this weekend on the road. The Cavs travel to LaTrobe, PA to meet Saint Vincent College on Friday (2 pm) and play at Notre Dame College (1 pm) on Saturday. Head Coach Ed Vargo (26-28, 3 yrs.) returns eight starters and 16 letter winners from Walsh's 9-8-1 team of 2003. Walsh returns its top five scorers, led by Meghan Patton (So., Parma, OH/Holy Name), who scored 27 points on nine goals and nine assists and Stephany Quinn (Jr., Mississauga, ONT/St. Joseph), who tallied 16 points on five goals and six assists.