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Women's lax falls to Columbia

By Andrew Arnao

Writer

During it  last home game of the season, the women’s lacrosse team fell to Columbia 16-7 in non-Patriot League action on Wednesday, giving the Bison a 3-12 record on the season.

After starting off the game 1-1, Columbia went on to score nine straight goals, leading to a 10-1 score at halftime. The Lions also scored to start off the second half, but the Bison offense came to life as they recorded six goals compared to Columbia’s five for the rest of the half.

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Ali Carey ’14, Katelyn Miller ’14 and Sophie Kleinert ’14 each scored two goals, while Molly Ford ’14 added one. Ashley St. John ’11 led the team with three ground balls, and goalie Alyssa DeLorenz ’11 made 13 saves. Team captain Julia Braun ’11 was injured during warm-ups and did not play.

Overall, Columbia outshot the Bison 38-20 and had fewer turnovers with 11 while the Orange and the Blue had 20.

The Bison play away against Patriot League rival Colgate at 1 p.m. tomorrow in their final match of the season.

 

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