The Dutch women went 11-9 to Williams

Skinectady, NY – Despite having the highest five points in the game from the senior Grace heatingThe Union College women’s lacrosse team arrived at Williams College in the 11-9 non-conference game on Wednesday evening at Frank Bailey Field at the 1985 Bertagna-Class Stadium.

Heating led all the players with four goals and one assist, then the junior Sydney McPartlon Two goals for Union (2-3). Williams (2-4) was led by Madison Fulcher-Melendi with a team-high four goals and Isabel Arvelo with three goals and five draws.

With McPartallon’s 14th goal of the season, the Union entered the match at 4:07, but Arvelo’s two goals gave the visitors a three – goal lead to a 3-1 lead. Heating returned for the Dutch women in just 32 seconds, but – in a theme that happened more than once throughout the night – 15 minutes later Williams scored two more goals but the home team could not make it back.

After Arvelo scored 11 seconds in the second quarter, the Dutch women put together three of the next four talismans, two of Haiting’s goals coming back into the second (6-4) at half-time, and another McPartlon start again in the third quarter. A goal game. Williams’ two goals followed the union’s two goals as juniors Drew Charlton And Katie Julian Again, the hosts finished fourth with a score of 8-7.

However, the union was unable to add more than one goal in the final leg. From the heat and the first year, the Dutch women responded with a pair of F goals through their own talismans. Greta Maurer, But could not bring the score back to par. Fulzer-Melendi finished the race with his fourth game in the final 15 seconds.

Union kept the ball well and flipped it just 10 times, but Williams kept the 18-6 edge in check control to gain those crucial extra positions. Sr. Jenna Passek He made six saves and conceded six goals in the second half Hannah Dubinsky He made three saves in eight shots in the second half. William’s Caitlin Joyce won by 11 saves.

The Union will return to the conference play with a match at # 9 Ithaca College on Saturday afternoon.

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