Women's Lacrosse |
April 5, 2013
Cincinnati-Marquette Women’s Lacrosse Postgame Notes
Cincinnati (6-4, 0-2 BIG EAST), Marquette (2-9)
April 5, 2013 // Sheakley Athletics Center // Cincinnati, OH
This is the first ever meeting between the Cincinnati Bearcats and Marquette Golden Eagles. Marquette is in their inaugural season of lacrosse and is currently independent.
UC Starters: Taylor Young (MF), Ally Van Sloun (D), Kylie Ramsland (MF), Jillian Margnotta (D), Katie Kiriazoglou (A), Ashley Helmarth (MF), Maddie Fink (A), Sarah Del Bene (MF), Courtney Curtis (MF), Kelsey Conway (MF), Megan Bell (MF), Meg Gulmi (GK)
Marquette Starters: Alex Winey (D), Molly O’Brien (MF), Margaret Kerr (A), Kayce Haverstick (D), Elizabeth Goslee (D), Nicole Gleason (A), Emily Donovan (A), Claire Costanza (A), Kenzie Brown (MF), Jacqueline Borzillo (D), Hayley Baas (MF), Sarah Priem (GK)
-The Bearcats were down 2-1 early before going on a 6-0 scoring run, leading 7-2 at half.
-UC had turnover problems early with 12 of the teams 20 turnovers coming in the first half.
-UC remains undefeated at home advancing to 5-0, their best home start in program history.
-Cincinnati has now won two games in a row, both of them home wins at the new Sheakley Athletics Center.
-The Bearcats' defense held Marquette to only two first period goals and three in the second.
-For the sixth time this season the Bearcats scored in double digits, scoring 14 goals, their 3rd most this season.
-UC recorded 12 caused turnovers, which ties for 8th best in program history.
-Assists were a large part of the Bearcat offense with assists coming on half of the Bearcats goals.
-The Bearcats advance to 6-4 overall, their second most wins in program history, only one win from the 2009 squad which finished 7-10 overall, marking the most wins in the team's six-year tenure.
-Marissa Pierson led the Bearcats off the bench scoring a game high four goals and three assists, both of which mark career-highs.
-Courtney Curtis, Katie Kiriazoglou, Kylie Ramsland, Sarah Del Bene, Megan Bell, Taylor Young, and Marissa Pierson all scored for the Bearcats; five of them scoring multiple goals.
-Freshman goalkeeper Meg Gulmi recorded 13 saves in the game, tying her career-high.