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Tears stream after Senior Night spoil

Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor Despite extensive efforts from the seniors throughout the entire game, the women’s lacrosse team was unable to pull out a win against Stonehill College, losing the closely fought game 15-12. In the team’s last game of the season, during the midst of a seven-game losing streak which most recently saw a loss to nationally ranked Assumption

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Tired legs and small roster results in loss for lacrosse

Hunter O. Lyle—Sports Editor Out-manned and outgunned, the women’s lacrosse team dropped a tightly-fought, back and-forth game against the Penmen of Southern New Hampshire University, losing 20-13. Before this NE10 battle began, in the third-to-last game of the season and with the team coming off a  tough loss to the ranked top team in both Division II as well as

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Lacrosse falls in triple overtime

Matt Gad—Sports Writer Freshman Karlie Rowe and senior co-captain Samantha Cozzolino showcased a dazzling offensive display Saturday as they combined for 13 of the Owls’ 16 goals in a back-and-forth triple-over-time loss to Franklin Pierce. “[Karlie] stepped up big today,” Cozzolino said. “It was just a good day. She got the shots on net and they went in — she’s

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Life after lacrosse: Cozzolino stays involved

Matt Gad—Sports Writer In her fourth and final season with the Owls, senior attacker Samantha Cozzolino is balancing team success and progressing towards life after lacrosse. While the team is off to a somewhat shaky start, dropping seven games in row, Cozzolino says the team’s chemistry and optimism helps to power through the early struggles. “Honestly, we’re just all really,

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Lacrosse suffers early in season

Matt Gad—Sports Writer After going into halftime down 12-2, the Owls stormed back in the second half and outscored the New York Institute of Technology, 6-5, despite a deflating loss. “We went into this game thinking we could win. We thought we really matched up pretty well,” he said. “They just came out on fire.” Senior midfielder Brooke Basso got

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