Lacrosse Hosts Vanderbilt on Senior Night
April 20, 2017

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CINCINNATI – The University of Cincinnati lacrosse team will play its final home game of the 2017 season on Saturday, April 22, when it welcomes Vanderbilt at 6 p.m. at the Sheakley Athletics Center. The game will represent Senior Night for the team’s four seniors and the Bearcats will honor the careers of Liz Burgee (Churchville, Md./C. Milton Wright), Skylar DeLemos (Cranbury, N.J./West Windsor-Plainsboro), Elaina Enich (New Albany, Ohio/New Albany) and Hannah Hinsch (Lebanon, Conn./Northfield Mount Hermon) in a pregame ceremony on the field.

Due to the FC Cincinnati game on campus, all garages near the Sheakley Athletics Center are sold out. Lacrosse parking will take place in the Campus Green, Clifton Court, University and Woodside parking garages for a rate of $10. Fans can pay at the gate or pre-purchase tickets to guarantee entrance into a garage by visiting the UC parking website.

The Commodores lead the overall series against the Bearcats 5-0, including a 2-0 mark in games played on the UC campus. Vanderbilt won a 13-3 decision last season in Nashville when then-freshmen Amanda Donovan (Ellicott City, Md./Mount de Sales Academy) and Katie Stegmann (Lewis Center, Ohio/Olentangy) each scored a goal.



Vandy enters the game with a 6-7 overall record and a 3-4 mark in the BIG EAST Conference. After opening league play with a 3-1 record, the Commodores have lost three straight games against Georgetown, Denver and Temple.  Jill Doherty leads Vanderbilt with 48 total points on 36 goals and 22 assists while Julie Blaze’s 30 goals leads the team. In the cage, Callahan Kent (376.51), Madison Foglio (192:57) and Lily Argyle (210:12) have all played over 100 minutes for VU and have combined for a team saves percentage of .406.

     - $2 beer (ages 21+) and $1 hot dogs
     - Kona Ice will be on site selling snow cones

Freshman Monica Borzillo (Devon, Pa./Conestoga) continues to shine in her first season at Cincinnati, and currently leads the conference in assists per game (2.27), shots per game (6.53), total points (70), total assists (34) and total shots (98).

With two games remaining on the schedule, Borzillo already holds the program single-season records for assists (34) and points (70).