Women’s lacrosse faced SUNY Geneseo in a home game last Saturday, but suffered a close loss of 13-12. Ithaca College also came to Fauver Stadium Tuesday afternoon, and defeated the Yellowjackets 15-4. In the first half of the Saturday game, SUNY Geneseo was able to score 11 goals while Rochester only scored five. In the second half, Rochester played fierce catch-up, and scored seven goals versus SUNY Geneseo’s two goals. Although Rochester had more shots on goal, they were unable to score with the accuracy that SUNY Geneseo did.Senior Samantha Krawitzky was the leading scorer for the game with four goals, and freshman Heidi Davies and senior Katie Riegel put in two. Single goalscorers against SUNY Geneseo were senior Rachel Holtzberg, junior Emily Riegel, freshman Christina Montano and senior Kelly Glajch. Senior Goalkeeper Stephanie Bristol played most of the game, and was able to save five shots on goal. Junior Cassie Glanton was put in for the remainder of the game, and ended up saving one shot. Holtzberg also had two assists, along with junior Elizabeth Sack. Riegel and sophomore Lisa Aronoff had one assist each. Ithaca College is ranked 14th nationally for Division III and demonstrated their talents against Rochester on March 30th in a home game. Ithaca scored the first three shots of the game, but then Rochester came back with two goals, to make the score a close 3-2 after 15 minutes. But by halftime Ithaca pulled ahead to take a 9-3 lead. In the second half of the game, Rochester played a tighter game and allowed fewer Ithaca goals than in the first half. But they were unable to close the score gap, and only got in one additional goal. Goalscorers include Sack, Aronoff, Krawitzky and Davies. Riegel also had an assist.Overall, Ithaca was able to dominate the game due to their speed, quick passing and talented shooters. They bested the Yellowjackets in shots on goal and groundballs.Rochester offense was stifled by Ithaca’s defensive double- and triple-teams. Despite the wide goal difference, the women didn’t lose their spirit or intensity, and continued to fight for the entire game. They look forward to future games for chances to improve their performance.Keller can be reached at rkeller@campustimes.org.

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