St. Mary’s City, Md. –Senior attackerLacey Brown(Monkton, Md./Hereford) registered her 100th career point Friday afternoon as the St. Mary’s College of Maryland women’s lacrosse team won their second game in a row. St. Mary’s (6-6, 2-2 CAC) posted a decisive 20-4 Capital Athletic Conference win over Southern Virginia University (5-7, 0-4 CAC) to begin a four-game home stand at Seahawk Stadium.
- Shots:St. Mary’s 42, Southern Virginia 13
- Ground Balls:St. Mary’s 28, Southern Virginia 15
- Draw Controls:St. Mary’s 13, Southern Virginia 12
- Free-Position Shots:St. Mary’s 2-11, Southern Virginia 1-3
- Saves:St. Mary’s 4, Southern Virginia 12
- Caused Turnovers:St. Mary’s 6, Southern Virginia 5
- Turnovers:St. Mary’s 17, Southern Virginia 30
How It Happened
- St. Mary’s scored the game’s first nine goals beforeSydney Wintertonput the visiting Knights on the scoreboard with 2:30 left in the first half. The Seahawks would tack on two more in a 26-second span to own an 11-1 lead at the break.
- The hosts stretched their advantage to 13-1 before three different Southern Virginia players scored three straight to cut the deficit to 13-4 at 15:11. St. Mary’s would close out the game on a 7-0 run for its second conference win of the season.
Inside the Box Score
- Brownentered the game needing four points for her 100th and she notched exactly four, finishing with two goals and two assists.Browncurrently has 78 goals and 22 assists for her career.
- Sophomore midfielderKate Bartholomew(Galena, Md./Kent County) put up career-bests of five goals and five points while first-year attackerSophia Mense(Poolesville, Md./Poolesville) ran away with three goals and three assists in her season debut.
- DefendersDani MacDonald(Westminster, Md./Winters Mill) andFrancesca Ziccardi(Baltimore, Md./Notre Dame Prep) both tallied career numbers with three draw controls and four ground balls, respectively.
- In goal, first-yearAimee Uibel(Lumberton, N.J./Rancocas Valley Regional) made three stops and scooped up a season-best two loose balls in 43:54 minutes of relief.
- Four different players scored for SVU whileMiklain Hardygrabbed a game-best seven draw controls.Madilyn Krausscollected 12 saves, three ground balls and a caused turnover in the loss.
Up Next for the Seahawks
- Apr. 11 vs. No. 9 York College of Pennsylvania (7-3, 2-1 CAC) – Seahawk Stadium – CAC game – 4:00 p.m.
By Nairem Moran ·firstname.lastname@example.org