College Women’s Lacrosse Final – #15 Catholic 21, Guilford 7

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GREENSBORO, N.C. – Madeline Wilson and Nicolette Crisalli scored three goals apiece in Catholic University of Amerca’s 21-7 lacrosse win at Guilford College Sunday.

Catholic is ranked 15th in this week’s Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches’ Association NCAA Division III Poll.

The Cardinals (2-0), coming off a season-opening win over two-time defending NCAA Division III champion Salisbury University, showed no signs of a letdown versus the Quakers (1-2). They raced to an 11-1 lead midway through the first half on the strength of Crisalli’s three scores and two by Wilson. Anna Stumme tallied both of her goals within the game’s first three minutes and Catholic held a 14-3 halftime lead.
Lindsay Brophy scored one goal and had four assists for Catholic, which had 12 different goal scorers. Wilson, who added two assists, also finished with a game-high five points. Clair Schmitzer, Alexis Bosilovic, Elizabeth McCooey and Laura Dunn each scored twice. Bosilovic collected a game-high nine draw controls and also had an assist. Tricia Pehnke played the game’s first 38:28 in goal for Catholic and made three saves. Teammate Brittnee Frizol made two stops in the remaining time. The Cardinals outshot Guilford, 31-12, and won 20 of the game’s 29 draw controls.

Guilford’s Kira Buss and Eleanora Keene paced the Quakers’ offense with two goals apiece. Taylor Campellone added a goal and an assist. Keene also won six draws and had two ground balls. Sarah Sedaghat went the distance in goal and made four saves, plus a team-high four ground balls.

Coach Sarah Lamphier’s club hosts the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Wednesday (3/111) at 4:00 p.m.

Lacrosse Game Summary (Final)
2015 Guilford College Lacrosse
#15 Catholic vs Guilford (Mar 08, 2015 at Greensboro, NC)

Catholic (2-0) vs. Guilford (1-2)
Date: Mar 08, 2015
Location: Greensboro, NC
Stadium: Armfield Ath. Center
Attendance:100
Start time:1:00 PM
End time:2:34 PM
Total time:1:34

SCORE BY PERIOD       1  2  Tot
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Catholic............ 15  6 - 21
Guilford............  3  4 -  7

Catholic SCORING: GOALS: Madeline Wilson 3; Nicolette Crisalli 3; Laura Dunn 2; Alexis Bosilovic 2; Clair Schmitzer 2; Anna Stumme 2; Elizabeth McCooey 2; Lindsay Brophy 1; Emily Merkel 1; Sarah
Washington 1; Kathryn Burton 1; Ali Cusack 1.
ASSISTS: Lindsay Brophy 4; Madeline Wilson 2; Alexis Bosilovic 1; A. Brandenburg 1; Laura Dunn 1; Emily Merkel 1; Clair Schmitzer 1; Sarah Washington 1.

Guilford SCORING: GOALS: Eleanora Keene 2; Kira Buss 2; Taylor Campellone 1; Demming Carlow 1; Corrie Gray 1.
ASSISTS: Taylor Campellone 1.

Catholic GROUND BALLS: Tori Neill 3; Kathryn Burton 2; Brittnee Frizol 2; Miranda Altringer 1; Alexis Bosilovic 1; A. Brandenburg 1; Lindsay Brophy 1; C. DiBartolomeo 1; Laura Dunn 1; Erin Macchione 1; Emily Merkel 1; Rachel Meyer 1; Anna Stumme 1.

Guilford GROUND BALLS: Sarah Sedaghat 4; Marina Bailey 3; Carter MacLeod 3; Corrie Gray 2; Eleanora Keene 2; Madison Ruppenthal 2; Demming Carlow 1; Abby Horn 1.

Catholic TURNOVERS CAUSED: C. DiBartolomeo 3; Tori Neill 3; Anna Stumme 2; Alexis Bosilovic 1; A. Brandenburg 1; Lindsay Brophy 1; Madeline Wilson 1.
Guilford TURNOVERS CAUSED: Kira Buss 1; Demming Carlow 1; Anna Howard 1; Eleanora Keene 1; Carter MacLeod 1.

SHOTS – Catholic 31; Guilford 12.
SHOTS ON GOAL – Catholic 25; Guilford 12.
PENALTIES – Catholic 0/0:00; Guilford 0/0:00.
MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES – Catholic 0-0; Guilford 0-0.
TURNOVERS – Catholic 20; Guilford 16.
FACEOFFS – Catholic 0-0; Guilford 0-0.
CLEARS – Catholic 13-15; Guilford 10-18.
GOALIES – CUA: Brittnee Frizol (21:32 minutes, 5 shots-2 saves, 3 GA) , Tricia Pehnke 2-0 (38:28, 7-3, 4); GC: Sarah Sedaghat 1-2 (60:00, 25-4, 21).

Start time: 1:00 PM
Finish time: 2:34 PM
Length of game: 1:34
Officials: Beth Buzzy; Jason Phillips; Melissa Wiggins.
Scorer: Dave Walters.
A-100
T-1:34
Nonconference game Catholic is ranked 15th in this week’s IWLCA Division III Poll


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