Gannon’s Fehr Scores Record 10 Goals Amidst Historic 26-Goal Team Outing

Gannon’s Kelly Fehr racked up 10 scores in a 26-11 win over Wittenberg to earn top individual scoring honors on Week 6 of the collegiate women’s water polo season. The team’s 26 goals set a school single-game scoring record, while Fehr’s 10-bagger marked an individual game record.

The previous team record of 23 goals occurred twice (vs. Penn State Behrend, 4/8/04; vs. Penn State Behrend, 3/22/06). Fehr’s record surpassed Natalie Grabowski’s nine goal effort vs. Washington and Jefferson on March 9, 2002.

VMI set a school record for goals in a game with 27 in a 27-12 win over Grove City on Saturday. Sophomore Kiara Anguiano netted seven goals, while junior Zoe Salafatinos notched a school game-record nine steals in the win.

The 27 goals bested the Keydets’ 25-goal haul in a 25-10 win over Monmouth on Feb. 23, 2019. The 39 combined goals also set a VMI record, surpassing the previous record of 37 achieved twice (in a 23-14 win over Occidental, 3/16/17, and in a 20-17 2OT loss to Chapman, 3/15/14).

Salafatinos outdid Emma Perez‘s eight takeaways from March 3, 2018.

Anguiano’s seven goals in the game marked the second best individual scoring effort of the week alongside three other players, who checked in with seven goals apiece. Salem’s Margherita Garibbo, Carthage’s Megan Cales and Washington & Jefferson’s Megan DePrez rounded out the group.

Twelve players turned in six goal efforts, including Cales, who did so vs. Macalester ahead of her seven goal performance vs. Monmouth.

Week 6 also included 27 five-goal efforts, including two apiece by Gannon’s Julia Kreidinger and VMI’s Genevieve Petrassi, 40 four-goal performances and 108 hat tricks.

Collegiate Women’s Water Polo Week 6 Top Individual Scorers

Goals Player, School Matchup/Date
10 Kelly Fehr, Gannon Wittenberg, 2/22
7 Margherita Garibbo, Salem Washington & Jefferson, 2/22
7 Kiara Anguiano, VMI Grove City, 2/22
7 Megan Cales, Carthage Monmouth, 2/22
7 Megan DePrez, Washington & Jefferson Wittenberg, 2/23
6 Brianna Mullalley, McKendree Penn State Behrend, 2/22
6 Alba Bonamusa Boix, Hawaii UC Davis, 2/21
6 Annefleur ten Bloemendal, Salem Washington & Jefferson, 2/22
6 Zoe Salafatinos, VMI Grove City, 2/22
6 Malia Josephson, Wagner La Salle, 2/22
6 Megan Cales, Carthage Macalester, 2/22
6 Kelsey Snelgar, Loyola Marymount San Jose State, 2/23
6 Savannah Phillips, Wittenberg Penn State Behrend, 2/23
6 Kiersten Heverly, Wittenberg Penn State Behrend, 2/23
6 Kaitlin Howarth, Fresno State Fresno Pacific, 2/23
6 Oriana Galasso, Macalester Monmouth, 2/23
6 McKenna Imset, VMI Gannon, 2/23
5 Alba Bonamusa Boix, Hawaii Azusa Pacific, 2/19
5 Laura Larkin, Princeton Iona, 2/19
5 Emily Nicholson, Fresno State Azusa Pacific, 2/21
5 Julia Kreidinger, Gannon Wittenberg, 2/22
5 Tyanna Supreme, San Jose State UC Davis, 2/22
5 Jassmine Kezman, La Verne Monmouth, 2/22
5 Courtney O’Shaughnessy, Salem Washington & Jefferson, 2/22
5 Erin Zappia, Salem Washington & Jefferson, 2/22
5 Campbell Ruh, Gannon McKendree, 2/22
5 Julia Kreidinger, Gannon McKendree, 2/22
5 Jordan van Reeken, Iona Villanova, 2/22
5 Kaysie Stuba, Villanova Iona, 2/22
5 Thea Simpson, St. Francis Brooklyn Siena, 2/22
5 Georgia Vargas, Siena St. Francis Brooklyn, 2/22
5 Riley Waters, Macalester Carthage, 2/22
5 Olga Descalzi Portell, San Jose State Loyola Marymount, 2/23
5 Annefleur ten Bloemendal, Salem Penn State Behrend, 2/23
5 Margherita Garibbo, Salem Penn State Behrend, 2/23
5 Genevieve Petrassi, VMI Gannon, 2/23
5 Calista Spring, Wittenberg Penn State Behrend, 2/23
5 Oriana Galasso, Macalester La Verne, 2/23
5 Megan DePrez, Washington & Jefferson Grove City, 2/23
5 Ryley McClellan, Washington & Jefferson Grove City, 2/23
5 Genevieve Petrassi, VMI Gannon, 2/23
5 Savannah Phillips, Wittenberg Washington & Jefferson, 2/23
5 Sophia Melanson, Grove City Washington & Jefferson, 2/23
5 Michelle Danley, Grove City Washington & Jefferson, 2/23
4 Sarah Klass, Stanford San Diego State, 2/21
4 Isabella Barajas, Loyola Marymount USC, 2/21
4 Orsi Hertzka, Long Beach State UC Irvine, 2/21
4 Elena Kotanchyan, Long Beach State UC Irvine, 2/21
4 Chloe Harbilas, Stanford UC Santa Barbara, 2/22
4 Sarah Klass, Stanford UC Santa Barbara, 2/22
4 Sofia Diaz Alvarez, Wagner Marist, 2/22
4 Nicole Wiemken, Gannon Wittenberg, 2/22
4 Tatum Bruno, Wittenberg Gannon, 2/22
4 Chloe Robinson, UC Davis San Jose State, 2/22
4 Kelsey Snelgar, Loyola Marymount Long Beach State, 2/22
4 Isabelle Hastings, San Diego State UC Davis, 2/22
4 Noelle Wijnbelt, UC Davis San Diego State, 2/22
4 Kiera MacWhinnie, Washington & Jefferson Salem, 2/22
4 Lexi Rond, Cal Lutheran Azusa Pacific, 2/22
4 Kaysie Stuba, Villanova Mercyhurst, 2/22
4 Emily Morrissey, Villanova Mercyhurst, 2/22
4 Maddy Bolton, McKendree Gannon, 2/22
4 Emma Rearson, Washington & Jefferson Penn State Behrend, 2/22
4 Tara Prentice, UC Irvine Michigan, 2/22
4 Anais Mathes, Marist LIU Brooklyn, 2/22
4 Genevieve Petrassi, VMI Grove City, 2/22
4 Elaine Miller, Grove City VMI, 2/22
4 Genevieve Petrassi, VMI Salem, 2/22
4 Elizabeth Andrews, Grove City Wittenberg, 2/22
4 Elaine Miller, Grove City Wittenberg, 2/22
4 Charlotte Curran, Villanova Iona, 2/22
4 Franciska Milo-Sidlo, Wagner La Salle, 2/22
4 Oriana Galasso, Macalester Carthage, 2/22
4 Margherita Garibbo, Salem Gannon, 2/23
4 Kelly Fehr, Gannon Salem, 2/23
4 Courtney O’Shaughnessy, Salem Penn State Behrend, 2/23
4 Beatrice Popescu, Salem Penn State Behrend, 2/23
4 Erin Zappia, Salem Penn State Behrend, 2/23
4 Shannon Young, Penn State Behrend Salem, 2/23
4 McKenna Imset, VMI Gannon, 2/23
4 Nicole Wiemken, Gannon VMI, 2/23
4 Megan Cales, Carthage La Verne, 2/23
4 Ryley McClellan, Washington & Jefferson Wittenberg, 2/23
4 Elaine Miller, Grove City Washington & Jefferson, 2/23

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