I took the afternoon off and drove up to watch Alex's game today. They played great. The weather was horrible and there were 2 lyco fans and 2 Elmira fans!!!!!! Very funny. I yelled a lot. Alex started and played very well despite the cold rain! We went to the Bull Frog afterwards for a quick sandwich before I came home. Well worth the 6 hours on the road!!!!!
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. --- With five different Lycoming College women’s lacrosse players scoring multiple goals, the Lady Warriors defeated Elmira College on Tuesday, March 10 by a score of 18-3. Bri Robertson led in points, tallying five goals and one assist for six points.
Lycoming scored in the first 30 seconds to take the lead and never looked back. Midfielder Justine Titko found the back of the net, driving down the alley. Titko stuck another goal with an assist from Megan McIntyre to make the score 3-0. Christi Karr tallied three goals in just over four minutes, with Kelli Morsey assisting on her first of the day.
Other players scoring multiple goals included Sammi Jo Bell with four and Amanda Baker recording two. Titko assisted three times and McIntyre twice, while Robertson, Bell and Morsey all had one helper.
Much of the offensive opportunities came at the hands of the Garguilo sisters Grace and Danielle, who combined for eight caused turnovers, each recording four. Robertson led the day in groundballs, picking up four. In the net, Brittany Bryan made one save in her 49 minutes of play and Libby Stoesz made two.
Lycoming will be on the road Saturday when it travels to Madison, N.J. on Saturday March 14 for the conference opener. Game time is set for 1 p.m.