For Immediate Release · By Nairem Moran · email@example.com
St. Mary's City, Md. – Senior attacker Lacey 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 before Sydney Winterton put 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
- Brown entered the game needing four points for her 100th and she notched exactly four, finishing with two goals and two assists. Brown currently has 78 goals and 22 assists for her career.
- Sophomore midfielder Kate Bartholomew (Galena, Md./Kent County) put up career-bests of five goals and five points while first-year attacker Sophia Mense (Poolesville, Md./Poolesville) ran away with three goals and three assists in her season debut.
- Defenders Dani MacDonald (Westminster, Md./Winters Mill) and Francesca Ziccardi (Baltimore, Md./Notre Dame Prep) both tallied career numbers with three draw controls and four ground balls, respectively.
- In goal, first-year Aimee 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 while Miklain Hardy grabbed a game-best seven draw controls. Madilyn Krauss collected 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.
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