STANDISH, ME - Salve Regina University (3-5)
toppled Saint Joseph's (4-5, 1-2 GNAC), 22-12, in non-conference
women's lacrosse action at Westerlea Way Field on Thursday
afternoon. Lauren Hagerman '10
(Scarborough, ME) netted five goals, three assists and four draw
controls in the loss.
The Seahawks were lead offensively by Brittany Marino '09 (Mt. Sinai, NY), who tallied five goals and two assists, and Nicole Fecteau '09 (Wilbraham, MA), who also produced five scores in the win.
The visitors led 3-0 when Marino netted her first goal, off a free position shot, at the 27:07 mark. After Lizzie Farley ,11 (Scarborough, ME) found the back of the net two minutes later, the Seahawks proceeded to outscore the Lady Monks 7-3 for the remainder of the half and took a 10-4 lead into intermission.
Salve Regina upped their advantage to 14-4 with four tallies in the first five minutes of the second stanza. Alyssa Marchant '11 (Wakefield, MA) scored the first SJC goal of the half, a man-up marker, to make the score 14-5, Seahawks, with 24:19 to play.
Jaimee Brett '10 (Otisfield, ME) and Hagerman scored goals 1:09 apart to cut the deficit to 15-7 with 19:25 on the game clock, but St. Joe's was unable to pull any closer as the Seahawks rolled to a 22-12 win.
Marchant added four goals, an assist and three groundballs and Farley scored twice in the loss. SJC keep Taylor Allison '12 (Pawtucket, RI) made 13 stops in net.
For the Seahawks, Allie Cunningham '09 (Westfield, MA) chipped in with four goals, Nicole Viola '11 (Scarborough, ME/McAuley) added three goals and two helpers and goalkeeper Sarah Baker '10 (Summit, NJ) stopped seven shots between the pipes.
Saint Joseph's will host GNAC foe Pine Manor College on Saturday in a 1:00 PM game at Westerlea Way Field. Salve Regina will play at Western New England College in a 4:00 PM TCCC game on Tuesday at 4:00 PM.