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Women’s lacrosse drops three over break, sit at 0-5

Pat Longobardi, Sports Writer:
Queens-20 SCSU-7
Sophomores Sarah Boucher and Heather Rosen led with seven goals each as Queens College defeated SCSU women’s lacrosse, 20-7, in a non-conference game on Mar. 17 at Jess Dow Field.
Boucher scored three of Queens’ first four goals. Queens would score six straight goals to lead 6-0 with 16:43 remaining.
Southern made it 6-1 when sophomore midfielder Jessica Shaw scored on a free-position shot with 16:20 remaining.

Junior Elaina Heiple scored two straight goals

Southern then gained some momentum
when junior Elaina Heiple scored two straight goals in a span of twelve seconds, as a part of Southern’s three straight goals, making it 7-4 with 10:49 remaining.
This was the closest Southern would get the rest of the game.
Queens then scored eight straight goals, making it 15-4. Boucher, Monahan
and Rosen accounted for six of those eight goals scored.
Monahan joined Southern’s Heiple, scoring two straight goals within twelve seconds, during that run.
Heiple scored with 58 seconds left in the first half, unassisted, making it 15-5, and ending Southern’s scoring drought for 9:51.
Queens led, 15-5, going into halftime.
In the second half, the scoring was limited. Queens stayed in front, scoring the first four straight goals of the half to lead, 19-5, with 13:43 remaining.
Southern went on a scoring drought for the next 19:08. Marissa Ryan then scored with 11:50 remaining, unassisted, making it 19-6.
Queens would take their biggest lead of the game, 20-6, when Rosen scored, assisted to Cristal Sampson, with 6:19 remaining. Shaw scored the final goal of the day, unassisted, making it 20-7.
Queens out shot Southern in the game, 36-22.
Queens went 4-7 on free-position shots. Southern, went 1-6. Queens went 17-20 on clears in the game. Southern went 12-20.
Queens had more fouls than Southern in the game, 21-19. Southern
had 21 turnovers in the game, 15 in the first half. Queens, had 16 turnovers.
Rosen led Queens’ scoring with eight points overall, scoring seven goals on 13 shots, with one assist.
Boucher had seven points overall, scoring seven goals on 11 shots, while Junior Meghan Monahan had four points overall, scoring three goals on seven shots, with one assist.
Heiple was Southern’s leading
scorer overall. Heiple had three points overall, scoring three goals on seven shots. Jessica Shaw had two points overall, scoring two goals on five shots.
Southern goalie, Colleen Gore, made 10 saves, and allowed 20 goals in 60 minutes of play.
Queens’ sophomore goalie, Kahli Evans, made nine saves, and allowed seven goals in 60 minutes of play.
There were two penalties in the game. Southern’s Heiple received a yellow card in the first half at 8:02. Queens’ Rosen received a yellow card in the second half at 17:17.
UNSH-23 SCSU-4
The Northeast-10 Conference opener for SCSU women’s lacrosse saw the opponent take 52 shots in the game, which accounted for 23 goals, as the Owls were defeated by Southern
New Hampshire University, 23-4, on Mar. 19 at Jess Dow Field.
Southern New Hampshire University scored first when freshman Justine Clark scored with 24:52 remaining, assisted to junior Emily Mongeau. Southern tied the game 1-1, when sophomore Jessica Shaw scored an unassisted goal with 23:41 remaining.
Southern New Hampshire made it 6-1 when freshman Phoebe Clark scored two straight goals with 15:23 remaining. Southern New Hampshire scored 10 straight goals to open an 11-1 lead.
Shaw scored her second goal, making it 11-2, unassisted, with 9:22 remaining.
Southern New Hampshire would score eight straight goals. Freshman Ashley Chu then scored two straight goals making it 13-2 with 3:59 remaining.
Southern New Hampshire led, 14-2, at halftime.
Junior Jade Antonangeli then added to her outstanding day, scoring three straight goals, between the end of the first half and the beginning of the second half, making it 16-2. Antonangeli
finished with six goals in the game.
Shaw scored her third of the game for Southern Connecticut, unassisted,
making it 19-3 with 20:13 remaining.
Freshman Sarah Clark made it 22-4, unassisted, with 1:35 remaining. Southern scored two of the final six goals.
Southern Connecticut had 21 fouls in the game. Southern New Hampshire, had 18 fouls. Southern had 37 turnovers in the game, 22 in the first half. Southern New Hampshire, had 18 turnovers.
Antonanageli led Southern New Hampshire’s
scoring with seven points overall, six goals on 12 shots, with one assist.
Phoebe Clark had four points overall, scoring
three goals on five shots, with one assist. Three players tallied five points overall.
Mongeau scored two goals on six shots, with three assists, while Justine Clark scored two goals on six shots, with three assists.
Ellie Morin scored three goals on 10 shots, with two assists. Chu had three points overall, scoring three goals on three shots.
Shaw led Southern scoring with three points overall, scoring three goals on five shots. Clark had one point overall, scoring one goal on one shot, with eight turnovers. Elaina Heiple and Marissa Ryan had four turnovers each.
Southern goalie, Colleen Gore, made 16 saves, and allowed 23 goals in 60 minutes of play.
Southern New Hampshire’s junior goalie, Hannah Moriarty,
made three saves, and allowed three goals in 48:49. Shayla Walden made two saves, and allowed one goal in 11:11.
Southern New Hampshire outshot Southern Connecticut, 52-12, in the game. Southern New Hampshire went 4-7 on free-position shots. Southern, went 0-2.
Southern New Hampshire, had 18 fouls in the game. Southern had 21 fouls, 15 in the first half. Southern had 37 turnovers in the game, 22 in the first half.
Southern New Hampshire had 18 turnovers. Southern New Hampshire edged Southern on draw controls, 15-13.
Southern New Hampshire beat Southern on ground balls, 39-18.
There were one penalty in the game. Shaw received a yellow card at 8:02 with 1:15 remaining in the second half.
Southern New Hampshire is now 4-2 on the season and 2-0 in NE-10 conference play. Southern is now 0-4 on the season and 0-2 in NE-10 conference play.
Stonehill-25 SCSU-
Four Stonehill players tallied three goals or more to lead the sixth-ranked Skyhawks over the SCSU women’s lacrosse team, 25-1, in a Northeast-10 Conference
game on Mar. 26 at Jess Dow Field.
Stonehill quickly scored in the first 26 seconds of the game when sophomore Heather Sullivan scored the first of two straight goals, making it 2-0. Senior Hannah Anderson later scored three straight goals, making it 8-0 with 20:51 remaining. Stonehill went on to score 12 straight goals.
Southern then had opportunities to score, trailing 8-0, with a free-position shot from freshman Emily Horan with 19:43 remaining.
Stonehill then cleared the play. Stonehill was 13-14 on clears, and 2-3 on free-position shots. Southern was 4-12 on clears and 0-3 on free-position shots.
Freshman Erica Martino scored the only goal for Southern with 5:57 remaining, making it 12-1, unassisted.
Stonehill led, 15-1, going into halftime.
Stonehill head coach, Katie Conover said she was very pleased with her team’s performance. Conover
said the team played a good game and was balanced enough to get the offense going.
“I think we had a very, very balanced
attack with everyone contributing
and getting different looks,” she said. “We double-teamed at mid-field, and we were able to get good looks on the offensive end. Southern has a lot of good talent, and we wish them luck.”
Sophomores Kayla Green and Kelsey Reilly would score four of Stonehill’s first five goals to start the second half, making it 20-1. Stonehill scored the remaining 13 goals of the game, 10 in the second half.
Southern’s senior defensemen, Lauren Horner, received the one penalty in the game. Horner received a yellow card in the second half with 8:56 remaining.
Stonehill freshman goalie, Kate McCarthy, scored to make it 24-1, assisted to Kaitlyn Wood, with 7:10 remaining.
Stonehill outshot Southern, 40-7 in the game, while Stonehill, had 18 fouls in the game and Southern
had six fouls. Southern had 20 turnovers in the game, 10 in each half. Stonehill, had 12 turnovers. Stonehill beat Southern on draw controls, 19-9. Stonehill beat Southern
on ground balls, 19-11.
Southern head coach, Kelley Frassinelli was pleased with some of the defense, notably denying Stonehill some shots on goal.
“Our turnover rate was down, but our possessions were also down,” said Frassinelli. “I felt we were rushing the ball, we were not able to make run-outs, and that second-step was not there.”
Junior Sam Lynott was Stonehill’s leading scorer overall. Lynott had seven points overall scoring two goals on four shots with five assists. Green had six points overall, scoring three goals on three shots, and three assists. Sullivan and Anderson each had five points overall, scoring four goals with one assist. Sullivan took seven shots, and Anderson scored each of her four shots. Reilly had three points overall, scoring three goals on four shots.
Martino led Southern’s scoring with one point overall, scoring one goal on one shot. Jessica Shaw had four turnovers. Sarah Clark took two shots, and four turnovers.
Southern goalie, Colleen Gore, made seven saves, and allowed 25 goals in 60 minutes of play. Stonehill’s sophomore goalie, Rebecca Moore, made six saves, and allowed one goal in 60 minutes of play.
Southern is now 0-5 on the season. Their next home game is on April 6th against Assumption.

 

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