Lacrosse Closes Regular Season with Loss to St. Mary's (Md.)
FROSTBURG, MD —
Frostburg State lacrosse closed its regular season competition Saturday with a 13-6 loss to sixth-ranked NCAA Division III St. Mary's College of Maryland. The Seahawks were led by Danielle Miller's four goals on the day. The game also marked the final home game for seniors Sarah Shockley (Fallston/Fallston, Md.)
and Amanda Skilling (Queen Anne's County/Church Hill, Md.)
Freshman Brittany Brumby (Quince Orchard/Gaithersburg, Md.) opened scoring on the day for the Bobcats (10-5) when she found the net at at 3:50 off an assist from junior Page Macey (North County/Linthicum, Md.).
The Seahawks (12-4) answered, moving ahead with three goals in two minutes, from Carol Schmoeller, Allison Cannavino and Stacy Mann, respectively.
Sophomore Stefanie Ritz (C. Milton Wright/Bel Air, Md.) tacked-on the next Bobcat goal at 9:21 off an assist from Macey, but was answered with a Seahawk tally from Kate Story just over a minute later at 10:14. The Seahawks then added another goal at 10:25 when Miller scored the first of her four tallies.
Brumby tallied her second goal at 16:59 before Miller added two more for St. Mary's at 17:58 and 18:19, respectively. Macey added another Red and Black tally at 20:38, before being answered with Seahawk goals from Karli Libertini at 20:53 and Sarah Sloane at 22:56. Mann capped first-half scoring with a goal at 28:24.
St. Mary's opened second-stanza action with a tally at 42:58 by Karli Libertini, before sophomore Kate Nicol (Glenelg/Mt. Airy, Md.) tallied her lone goal of the day at 44:05 of an assist from junior Caitlin Howley (Damascus/Damascus, Md.), before Miller added her last goal of the day at 49:36.
Lizzie Crockett added one more for the Seahawks at 58:21 before Ritz netted her second goal, and last goal for the Red and Black, at 58:43.
Saturday's defensive element of freshman Tina Trent (C. Milton Wright/Bel Air, Md.) and sophomores Kate Nicol (Mt. Airy, Md./Glenelg) and Erin Young (Glasgow/Newark, Del.) combined for 14 groundballs, six caused turnovers and two draw controls. Bobcat senior Shockley had 18 saves on the afternoon.
The Seahawks outshot the Bobcats, 33-18 and the game marked the end of FSU's regular season play.
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