The visiting Rams scored in every inning except the first of a six-inning contest.
Lebow also went 2-for-4 with a double at the plate while Alex Bradfield finished 2-for-3 with an RBI.
Emily Sassaman went 2-for-3 for the Trojans, and Jess Kopack took the mound loss with aid from Jill Kriebel.
Renee Maniscalco scored three first-half goals, but Spring-Ford dropped a 12-6 PAC-10 game to Boyertown.
The Bears led 7-5 at halftime. Carly Snyder, Catie Cameron and Heather Caudill also scored goals for the Rams.
Brooke Souder and Maria Bowman scored three goals apiece for the Bears while Dana Ruminski and Erica Erb had two each.
Pottstown routed Shipley School of Bryn Mawr, 17-2, in a non-league game. The Trojans (3-0) led 12-2 at halftime.
Amy Felix had four goals and one assist for the Trojans while Liz Weekley had four goals. Katie Cook recorded three goals and one assist. Kirstin Mayberry posted six saves in goal.
In a non-league game, Great Valley (2-0-1) beat Sycamore (Ohio), 9-5. Erin Zimmerman scored three goals for the Patriots while Melissa Nowaczyk had two, Megan Mosenson two and Mallory Tornetta and Alyssa Corbett one each. The Patriots led 3-0 at halftime.
Host Phoenixville raised its record to 5-0 with a 6-1 non-league victory over Central Bucks West in a Tuesday meet.
In the first singles match, the Phantoms' Alex Cascone and the Bucks' Brian Matuszewski split the first two sets. The Bucks won the first set 6-3 before Cascone bounced back with a 6-2 win in the second set.
Then, due to rain, a tiebreaker was held, which Matuszewski won 7-4.
The Phantoms host Pottstown in a PAC-10 meet this afternoon.