The No. 10 women’s lacrosse dominates the vase, 19-2

Ithaca, NY – The Ithaca College women’s lacrosse team, ranked 10th in the world, put on another strong performance with a win over Wasser College at Higgins Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Bombay defense scored 19 goals and conceded just two goals in their strong defense. The win took Ithaca 10-1 this season and 6-1 in the conference play. Wasser College fell 3-8 in their season and 1-5 in the Liberty League.

Ithaca dominated with 38 on-set goals compared to Wazar’s 16 shots. Mickey Weach He led the team in scoring with five goals. Megan Motkowski Shortly afterwards he scored four goals Alexa Richie And Caroline Wise Puts three each. The bomber defense won today with 10 turnovers.

Ithaca scored on Richie’s first goal in the first 29 seconds. The team continued to dominate the first quarter, scoring eight more goals from Motkowski. Sydney PhillipsRichie, Wise, Weech.

The Bombers took advantage of their attacking chances to increase their Shoutout lead to 14-0 at half-time. Chloe Nordike He led the scoring with two goals for the Bombay in the second quarter. Lexi conducted He saved four shots from the Brewers and led the defense.

Halfway through, Ithaca quickly scored two goals for Viach and Wise. With 5:27 on the clock, Motovsky scored the third goal of the quarter.

With 2:00 left to end the quarter, newcomer Kali Ringler’s goal put Vasar on the scoreboard. Another goal from Phillips put their team 18-1 at the end of the third quarter.

In the fourth quarter, Wasar came on board first, thanks to a goal from midfielder Maddie Cretten. Both teams were silent until the final 11 seconds of the game, with Weech scoring his fifth goal to make it 19-2.

Ithaca College returns to the home field next Wednesday, April 13 at Higgins Stadium for the Liberty League match against No. 9 William Smith. The inaugural draw will begin at 4 p.m.

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