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Lacrosse - women (2015)

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Feb 05, 2015 3:01 am

COLBY RANKED NINTH TO START 2015 SEASON

WATERVILLE, Maine --- Colby College will begin the season ranked ninth in the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association national poll.

The Mules start the season in a tough way, with a home opener against second-ranked Trinity College on Saturday, Feb. 28.

Colby finished 11-7 overall last year and made the NCAA Division III Tournament quarterfinal round for the fourth time in the past five years.

While the Mules lose fine talent to graduation, head coach Karen Henning will have a number of key players returning. Senior captains Abby Hatch, Sara Miller, and Claire Dickson will lead the team.

Colby is one of seven New England Small College Athletic Conference schools in the top 20. Two more schools are receiving votes.

Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association
Preseason Division III Poll
1. Salisbury 397
2. Trinity 346
3. Middlebury 327
4. Cortland 324
5. Amherst 316
6. Gettysburg 303
7. College of New Jersey 290
8. Franklin & Marshall 281
9. Colby 219
10. Geneseo 200
11. Williams 195
12. Washington & Lee 149
13. York 138
14. Tufts 136
15. Bowdoin 108
16. St. John Fisher 101
17. Washington (Mo.) 76
18. Ithaca 65
--- Stevenson 65
20. Fredonia 42
Also receiving votes: Bates, Hamilton, RPI, Mary Washington, Brockport State, Catholic.

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Re: Lacrosse - women (2015)

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Mar 02, 2015 11:23 am

UMF Women's Lacrosse Picked Fifth in Conference Preseason Poll

WHITINGHAM, Vt. – The University of Maine at Farmington women’s lacrosse team was picked fifth in the 2015 North Atlantic Conference (NAC) women's lacrosse preseason poll.

Three-time defending champion Castleton was selected as the top team in the polln poll and received a total of 80 points and eight first place votes. Thomas, the 2014 runner-up, was voted second with 72 points and garnered the remaining first place vote, while Colby-Sawyer and New England College tied for third with 53 points apiece and UMF placed fifth with 43 points to round out the top billing.

Voting for the preseason poll was conducted among the league's head women's lacrosse coaches.

2015 Women's Lacrosse Preseason Coaches' Poll


Team

Points (First Place Votes)

1. Castleton 80 (8)
2. Thomas 72 (1)
T3. Colby-Sawyer 53
T3. New England College 53
5.UMF 43
6.Husson 42
7. Maine Maritime 22
8. Green Mountain21
9. Johnson State 19

University of Maine at Farmington seventh-year head coach Molly Wilkie returns eight players including seven starters from last season. Senior Maddi Kadnar (attacker) and junior midfielders Ayla Allen and Mara Balboni will look to lead the Beavers in 2015. Top newcomers include attacker Carly Raymond and goalkeeper Patty Smith. UMF hopes to be in the hunt for a spot in the NAC tournament with a core of hardworking athletes. The Beavers will play Salem State and Southern Maine as two of the team's top non-conference opponents.

Click HEREto view the 2015 NAC Women's Lacrosse composite schedule.
Click HERE to view the 2015 NAC Women's Lacrosse conference-only schedule.

UMaine-Farmington will open the season on March 14at Salem State.
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Re: Lacrosse - women (2015)

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Mar 02, 2015 11:37 am

WOMEN'S LACROSSE READY FOR TOUGH TEST IN OPENER

WATERVILLE, Maine --- The Colby College women's lacrosse team opens the 2015 season ranked ninth in the preseason national poll, but the Mules will have a different look on the field this year.

Colby begins the season at home against second-ranked Trinity College on Saturday at noon. The Mules will play their opening four games on Bill Alfond Field. Saturday’s game will be webcast at http://nsnsports.net/colleges/colby/

The Mules lost a terrific senior class to graduation, including three-time All-American Lindsey McKenna and NESCAC Player of the Year and All-American Katharine Eddy.

"Many of the players learned a lot from last year's seniors and they are ready to take what they learned and put it into action themselves," said eighth-year Colby head coach Karen MacCrate Henning, who has a 98-33 record at Colby and a 201-54 overall head coaching record.

The women's lacrosse team always has high expectations after making seven straight NCAA tourney appearances and four trips to the NCAA quarterfinals in the past five years.

Colby senior captains Claire Dickson, Abby Hatch, and Sara Miller will lead the team.

Dickson played in 16 games a year ago while sharing time with then senior Michelle Burt. She led the Mules in save percentage and goals against average while posting a 4-1 record. Sarah Evans is back for her junior year and first-year Sam Burch gives the Mules depth in goal.

Colby also has depth on defense and in the midfield. Hatch and Miller will play key roles in the midfield after both played well last year. Hatch is the top returning scorer with 13 goals and 12 assists for 25 points, while Miller had 10 goals and one assist. Hatch also led the Mules in draw controls (46).

"Our experience in the midfield and defense are extremely valuable," MacCrate Henning said. "The leadership in both positions will set the tone as the attack finds their rhythm."

Lindsey McCabe, Gemma Bready, and Emilie Klein also return in the midfield. McCabe started half of last year's games and had nine goals and one assist. Bready had 18 draw controls and a pair of goals, while Klein started 17 games and had 26 draw controls and 12 caused turnovers.

Sophomore midfielders Celeste Murtha and Chrissy Coveney also will play in the midfield after seeing limited time last year. First-years Maddie Hatch, the younger sister of Abby, Kelsey Bowen, and Kendall Smith also will vie for time.

The Mules lose All-American Kirsten Karis to graduation, but the other three defenders all return. Caroline Keaveney, Emma Marjollet, and Brittany Chin each started every game in which they played. Keaveney will be the senior leader in back, while Marjollet and Chin are experienced juniors.

Grace McVey, Georgia Lubrano, Mackenzie Reimer, and Caitlin Heaps also return on defense for the Mules. Jackie Brokaw and Becca Moore are first-year players in back.

"We expect Jackie Brokaw to start and have a huge impact in her first year," MacCrate Henning said. "She is fast, has incredible anticipation skills, and plays like a veteran."

How well the Mules do in the tough NESCAC may come down to balanced scoring. Juniors Abby Hooper and Dana Swaffield will be counted on for offense. Hooper had nine goals and two assists a year ago. Swaffield had 11 goals on just 18 shots (61.1 percent) and three assists.

"Abby played midfield the last two years and will now be a leader on attack," MacCrate Henning said. "We are hoping that Dana will find the back of the net even more with increased playing time."

Lexie Perticone and Cassie Rodgers both had three goals in limited action last year. Perticone, with McKenna out with an injury, scored two goals in Colby's NCAA second round win over Williams College. Sophomore Alex Lucas and first-year Hannah Newhall will both look to contribute right away.

MacCrate Henning was able to keep her coaching staff intact from last year. Mark Serdjenian returns for his eighth year and Paula Habel is back for her third season. Stephanie Belanger returns for her second year to work with the goalies.
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Re: Lacrosse - women (2015)

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Mar 02, 2015 11:42 am

Women's lacrosse preview 2015
LEWISTON, Maine – The Bates women's lacrosse team opens the 2015 season on Wednesday, February 18 in California, as the Bobcats take on the University of Redlands. Head coach Brett Allen, who enters his 10th season at the helm, is looking for his squad to build upon past success and develop consistency as the team pursues a seventh consecutive appearance in the NESCAC Championship.

"Our biggest goal is to perform at a higher level on a more consistent basis so that we can not only advance to the post season but go farther in post season play," Allen said. "We have had some big wins each of the last couple of years but haven't been able to translate those wins into enough momentum to qualify for the NCAA tournament."

While the Bobcats were ranked in the top 20 in NCAA Division III most of last season, the goal in 2015 is to host a NESCAC quarterfinal game and compete to win the NESCAC.

"If we're a top four NESCAC team, we're very likely putting ourselves in position to get a bid to the NCAA tournament," Allen said.

Returners
The Bobcats return a host of key contributors at the attack position, including top scorer, junior Moriah Greenstein (Glenmont, N.Y.) and senior Kathy Yannopoulos (Simsbury, Conn.). Greenstein scored 23 goals and netted 48 points in her sophomore campaign, while Yannopoulos has racked up 53 points over her career.

At midfield, the team returns three players who played extensively last spring in senior captain Emma Getsinger (Darien, Conn.), junior Cara Cappellini (Manhasset, N.Y.), and sophomore Kaileigh Maguire (Sudbury, Mass.). The team also welcomes a strong group of first-years who will add more depth at the midfield position.

Defensively, senior captain Aly Dowey (Pound Ridge, N.Y.) returns as a three-year starter to lead a very smart and athletic group of defenders. In goal, the Bobcats return two outstanding keepers, led by returning All-NESCAC honoree and 3rd team All-American, junior Hannah Jeffrey (Greenwich, Conn.) and senior Jill Conway (Andover, Mass.). Jeffrey started 14 games for the Bobcats in 2014, registering 129 saves for a 52.7 save percentage on the season. Both athletes give the coaching staff the luxury of two very capable and athletic goalkeepers.

"In general, we're very excited about the season," Allen said. "Our expectations for competing at a high level and accomplishing goals that we have yet to reach remain the same. We look forward to seeing who is going to step up to fill roles and to watch our team come together to reach our goals."

Allen is joined by Associate Head Coach Heidi Allen, as well as Assistant Coach Lauren Reid, who enters her first season as a coach with Bates.
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Re: Lacrosse - women (2015)

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Mar 02, 2015 11:43 am

Women's lacrosse wins 16-11 at University of Redlands to open season

REDLANDS, Calif. -- The Bates women's lacrosse team ran out to a 9-1 lead en route to a 16-11 season-opening victory at the University of Redlands its 2015 season on Wednesday.

Juniors Moriah Greenstein (Glenmont, N.Y.) and Emma Brinkman (Rye, N.Y.) scored two goals apiece as the Bobcats (1-0) built an eight-goal advantage in the game's first 23 minutes. Greenstein finished with a game-high five points with three goals and two assists, while Brinkman also tallied three goals. First-year Annie Duke (Englewood, Colo.) added two goals and two assists; junior Emma Noto (Portland, Ore.) also scored twice, while senior Emma Getsinger (Darien, Conn.) and junior Kelan McCann (Shrewsbury, Mass.) both finished with one goal and one assist.

The host Bulldogs (0-1), who finished 14-5 last year and won the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title, received five goals from Dulce Moll and four more from Stephanie Garrett.

First-year Camille Belletete (Jaffrey, N.H.) scored the first goal of the season unassisted two minutes into the game. Redlands' Lacey Bjorndal evened the game 80 seconds later on a free-position shot, but with 24:41 to go in the half, Brinkman scored unassisted to put the Bobcats in the lead for good. Brinkman made it 3-1 with 22:45 to go with an assist from Duke.

Greenstein scored back-to-back goals, first on a McCann assist and second on an 8-meter shot with 18:26 to play. Sixteen seconds later, Greenstein fed Duke for the first-year's first collegiate tally and a 6-1 Bates lead. Bates made it 9-1 with successive goals by sophomore Sydney Cowles (Wayne, Pa.), senior captain Emma Getsinger (Darien, Conn.) and junior Alex Briody (North Kingstown, R.I.) on a Duke assist.

Redlands cut into the lead with consecutive goals by Stephanie Garrett and Dulce Moll, before Greenstein fed Brinkman for a last-minute tally, giving the Bobcats a 10-3 lead at the half.

The Bobcats raised their lead to a game-high 15-6 margin with 13:27 to play, as Getsinger assisted a McCann tally, before the Beavers finished out the game with five of the final six goals, closing the final margin to 16-11.

Junior goalkeeper Hannah Jeffrey (Greenwich, Conn.) had nine saves and allowed nine goals in 57 minutes. Senior Jill Conway (Andover, Mass.) played the final 2:49 and made one save while allowing three scores.

Belletete led Bates with five draw controls.

Bates next plays at Amherst College on Feb. 28 in the team's NESCAC opener.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Mar 02, 2015 11:44 am

Women’s lacrosse falls to No. 5 Amherst, 14-6

AMHERST, Mass. - Six different Bobcats scored goals, but the Bates women's lacrosse team could not overcome an early scoring barrage by No. 5 nationally ranked Amherst College, falling 14-6 in NESCAC action Saturday afternoon at Gooding Field.

The Bobcats (1-1, 0-1 NESCAC) trailed by as many as seven in the first half, but battled back to with three goals in the last 11 minutes of the first half to make it 9-4 heading into halftime.

Rachel Passarelli and Coco Kusiak led Amherst (1-0, 1-1 NESCAC) with four goals each while Sarah Spector recorded a game-high three assists.

Amherst jumped out the the early 2-0 advantage behind goals from Passarelli and Mia Houghton, but the Bobcats cut the lead in half less than 90 seconds later with a goal from junior Emma Brinkman (Rye, N.Y.), with the assist from junior Emma Noto (Portland, Ore.). Amherst answered only minutes later, as Sarah Spector won a loose ball off of a Jill Conway save and fed it to teammate Claire Cagnassoia for the goal and the 3-1 lead.

The Jeffs stretched that lead to 8-1over the next ten minutes, but Bates sophomore Sydney Cowles (Wayne, Pa.) broke the scoring drought with a goal at the 11:34 mark. Teammate Emma Brinkman won the ensuing draw, and junior Moriah Greenstein (Glenmont, N.Y.) scored another Bobcat goal less than a minute later, bringing Bates to within five at 8-3.

Amherst's Passarelli scored a second goal at the 2:33 mark, but Bates found the back of the net again in the waining seconds of the half, when first-year Allison Dewey (Vergennes, Vt.) battled her way to a ground ball off of an Amherst-save, and sophomore Kayleigh Maguire (Sudbury, Mass.) scored on a feed from junior Suzannah Smith (Brunswick, Maine) with 12 seconds remaining to make it 9-4 a the half.

The Jeffs opened the second half with five unanswered goals over the first 15 minutes, stretching the lead to 13-4. Senior Emma Getsinger (Darien, Conn.) scored an unassisted goal with 10:57 remaining, and first-year Annie Duke (Englewood, Col.) scored the final Bobcat goal of the afternoon, unassisted, with 7:41 left in regulation.

The Bobcats won the battle of ground balls for the day, picking up 13 loose balls to Amherst's 10, and senior Bates goalkeeper Jill Conway (Andover, Mass.) notched 10 saves, playing the full game between the pipe.

Bates returns to action on Tuesday, March 3 when they host the University of Southern Maine in non-conference action at 4:30 at Garcelon Field.
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Re: Lacrosse - women (2015)

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Mar 02, 2015 11:48 am

Women’s Lacrosse Picked to Finish Seventh in NAC Preseason Poll

CASTINE, Maine – Maine Maritime Academy women's lacrosse was picked to finish seventh in the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) preseason poll conducted by the league's head coaches.

2015 marks the first ever NCAA season of Maine Maritime Academy Women's Lacrosse. The Mariners will play in their first NCAA game on March 9, when they take on Saint Joseph's College of Maine.

The Mariners will travel to Throggs Neck, New York for the Inaugural Maritime Classic hosted by SUNY Maritime on March 13 and 14, and will return home and take the field for the first time as a NCAA division III team in their North Atlantic Conference opener on March 21 against Colby-Sawyer.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Mar 02, 2015 1:08 pm

COLBY WOMEN'S LACROSSE STUNS SECOND-RANKED TRINITY

WATERVILLE, Maine --- Trinity College came to Waterville as the second-ranked team in the country and the four-time defending New England Small College Athletic Conference champions. The Bantams left as an 11-10 loser to Colby College in a stunning women's lacrosse season opener Saturday.

Colby, ranked ninth nationally, scored four goals in the final 7:51 of the second half to pull out the victory. Abby Hatch scored with 3:03 to tie the game at 10-10 and then ripped in the game-winning goal with just 16.2 seconds to play.

"I'm so proud of how hard our team played and how well we played together," Colby head coach Karen MacCrate Henning said. "Abby Hatch came up huge for us on the draw and Sara Miller did an incredible job with her mark-up. Every person did their job and it paid off. It was a great team effort today."

The Mules (1-0 overall, 1-0 NESCAC) came into the season with heavy graduation losses, but MacCrate Henning and her staff had the Mules ready to play. Colby opened up a 4-1 lead after 17 minutes of play and showed the Bantams they would be in the contest.

Besides the NESCAC championships, Trinity (0-1, 0-1) has been to three straight NCAA Division III title games and won the championship in 2012. The Bantams were 37-2 in NESCAC regular season play the past four years.

Colby last beat Trinity on the road in 2009 and since then had gone 0-8 against the Bantams. The last win on Bill Alfond Field against Trinity was 10 years ago in 2005 in a 9-5 victory.

Much of Saturday's game came down to draw controls, with both teams doing a fine job of possessing the ball. Colby had a 12-11 edge in draw controls, but the scoring runs came when the teams won the draw control battles.

The Mules dominated the draws early in taking the 4-1 lead. Hatch had assists on three of the four goals. Lexie Perticone and Abby Hooper gave the Mules a 2-0 lead, but Renee Olsen cut the margin in half from Martha Griffin.

Emilie Klein scored on a free-position shot for the Mules and then Colby celebrated after a Hatch to Hatch sister score. Abby Hatch had her third assist to Maddie Hatch, who turned and scored on her first collegiate shot.

The Bantams settled down and scored four straight goals in a span of 7:28. Molly Cox scored with 8:59 to intermission from Georgia Mergner. Karly Simpson added a score with 3:51 left, Caroline Hayes scored on a free-position shot with 2:35 to go, and Simpson scored from Hayes with 1:31 remaining.

Abby Hatch scored her first of the game with just 6.1 seconds left to halftime on a free-position shot to knot the game at 5-5.

Trinity scored the first three goals of the second half to go up 8-5. Cox scored unassisted at 1:59 of the second half to make it 6-5. Clare Lyne tallied from Olsen with 22:52 remaining and Abby McInerney put the Bantams up by three on an assist from Cox.

The Mules refused to give up and answered with two straight goals to cut the margin to 8-7 with 11:08 to go. Hooper had a one-timer off a nice crossing pass from Dana Swaffield, who then scored the next goal off a dish from Cassie Rodgers.

Griffin halted the Colby comeback with two straight goals, the first unassisted with 10:30 to play and the second on a free-position shot with 8:31 to go for a 10-7 margin.

Swaffield continued her huge second half when she was fouled and converted a free-position shot with 7:51 remaining. With time becoming a factor, Swaffield had her second assist and her fourth point of the half on Hooper's third goal of the game with 3:21 remaining.

The Mules started winning the draw control fights during this time, with many of the draws going for about 10 seconds before a player took control. Colby scored just 18 seconds later when Hatch tied the game at 10-10 with 3:03 to go.

Colby had possession and called time with 1:46 to play. The Bantams elected to stay back on defense for nearly a minute after the timeout. The strategy backfired when Hatch scored with 16.2 seconds left off an assist from Klein.

Trinity did win the ensuing draw control, but could not get into position to get off a quality shot.

Hatch finished the day with three goals, three assists, seven draw controls, and two groundballs. Hooper also had three goals, while Swaffield had her two goals and two assists in the second half. Klein had a goal, an assist, three caused turnovers, and two groundballs.

Cox and Griffin each had two goals and one assist for the Bantams. Simpson finished with a pair of goals. Lyne had four draw controls and Hayes added three. Griffin also finished with two caused turnovers.

Claire Dickson made six saves for Colby and Emily Mooney also had six stops for Trinity.

Colby 11, Trinity 10
Trinity............. 5 5 - 10
Colby............... 5 6 - 11
Trinity SCORING: GOALS: Martha Griffin 2; Molly Cox 2; Karly Simpson
2; Caroline Hayes 1; Renee Olsen 1; Clare Lyne 1; Abby McInerney 1.
ASSISTS: Molly Cox 1; Martha Griffin 1; Caroline Hayes 1; Georgia
Mergner 1; Renee Olsen 1.
Colby SCORING: GOALS: Abby Hatch 3; Abby Hooper 3; Dana Swaffield 2;
Emilie Klein 1; Lexie Perticone 1; Maddie Hatch 1.
ASSISTS: Abby Hatch 3; Dana Swaffield 2; Emilie Klein 1; Cassie
Rodgers 1.
SHOTS - Trinity 20; Colby 24.
GOALIES - Trinity: Emily Mooney (60:00 minutes, 17 shots-6 saves, 11
GA); Colby: Claire Dickson (59:35, 16-6, 10) , Sarah Evans (00:25,
0-0, 0).

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Re: Lacrosse - women (2015)

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 03, 2015 7:19 am

HATCH NAMED NESCAC WOMEN'S LACROSSE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

WATERVILLE, Maine -- Colby College's Abby Hatch (Wilbraham, Mass.), who had the tying and game-winning goals in an upset win over second-ranked Trinity College, was named the New England Small College Athletic Conference Women's Lacrosse Player of the Week on Monday.

Hatch, a midfielder and a captain for the Mules, had a spectacular start to her senior year. She had three goals, three assists, seven draw controls, and two groundballs in the 11-10 victory.

Trinity came into the game as the four-time defending NESCAC champions. The Bantams have been to the last three NCAA Division III Tournament championship games, winning in 2012.

With the Mules trailing 10-9, Hatch scored the tying goal with 3:03 left and then had the game-winning score with just 16.2 seconds to play. With Colby trailing 10-7, Hatch won draw controls leading to the Mules' eighth score and the game-winning goal.

Hatch had a shooting percentage of 60 percent (3-for-5) and made her lone free-position shot. She helped the Mules get off to a great start and a 4-1 lead with assists on three of the goals.

Hatch is the top returning scorer from last year with 13 goals and 12 assists for 25 points. She led the Mules a year ago with 46 draw controls.

Colby, now ranked fifth in the country in the latest national poll, will play host to Hamilton College on Saturday at noon. The Mules also host Husson University on Sunday at 1 p.m.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Mar 03, 2015 7:20 am

COLBY WOMEN'S LACROSSE UP TO FIFTH IN THE COUNTRY

WATERVILLE, Maine -- The Colby College women's lacrosse team, fresh off a win over then second-ranked Trinity College, moved up from ninth to the fifth spot in the latest Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association national poll.

The Mules received two first-place votes after the thrilling 11-10 win over Trinity on Saturday.

The New England Small College Athletic Conference has seven teams in the top 20, including five in the top 10. Amherst has six first-place votes and is ranked first. The Mules are next among league teams, just one spot ahead of Tufts. Trinity dropped back to the ninth spot.

Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association
Division III National Poll
Place, Team (first place votes) record
1. Amherst (6) 1-0
2. Cortland (8) 0-0
3. Gettysburg (2) 2-0
4. Franklin & Marshall (1) 2-0
5. Colby (2) 1-0
6. Tufts 1-0
7. College of New Jersey 1-0
8. Salisbury 2-1
9. Trinity (1) 0-1
10. Middlebury 0-1
11. Geneseo 0-0
12. Bowdoin 1-0
13. York 1-1
14. Washington & Lee 3-1
15. Catholic 1-0
16. Williams 0-1
17. St. John Fisher 0-0
18. Ithaca 1-0
19. Stevenson 0-2
20. Fredonia 1-0
Also receiving votes: St. Mary's College, Washington College, University of Mary Washington, Claremont Mudd Scripps Colleges, Hamilton College.
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