Women's lax finishes season 3-13 following loss to Colgate

By Andrew Arnao


The women’s lacrosse team fell to Colgate 20-7 on Saturday in its season finale, finishing with a 3-13 record for the year.

“Even though we didn’t come out with a win, it was great to end the season on a positive note, looking toward the future,” Amanda Ayers ’14 said. “While we will greatly miss our seniors, we are excited about how good our young team will be in the years to come and the awesome freshman class of recruits coming in next year.”

Madison Hurwitz ’13 and Katelyn Miller ’14 had two goals each, while Andrea Feldman ’14, Sophie Kleinert ’14 and Adrienne Wendling ’13 scored a goal apiece. Miller and Kerri Althouse ’14 led the team with four ground balls, while Wendling and Lindsey Ferro ’14 led with three draw controls.

Senior goalie Alyssa DeLorenz ’11 had 15 saves and finished the season with 205 total. She finishes her collegiate career with 689 saves.

The Raiders started off the game by scoring two goals, but Kleinert and Miller tied it up with back-to-back goals. Miller added her second goal after Colgate scored two more, but the Raiders went on to score 13 of the next 14 goals, putting the game out of reach by the end of the first half.

“It was great to play a tough team in the league to finish off the season,” Kleinert said. “We are really going to miss our seniors both on and off the field.”

The Raiders finished with a 45-15 shot advantage, 21-7 draw control advantage and 23-12 advantage in ground balls. Colgate also had eight turnovers compared to the Bison’s 13.

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