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Lacrosse Edged by Catholic
04/10/2003

WASHINGTON, D.C. — After a hard-fought first half, the Bobcats trailed Catholic 4-5 at the break. In the second half, FSU rallied ahead, tacking-on six more goals, but could not hold the Cardinal offense from scoring five-straight and pulling ahead 13-10.

FSU, (4-4), was again led by sophomore Page Macey (North County/Linthicum, Md.),who had six goals on the day.

It was freshman Kelley Duncan (C. Milton Wright/Bel Air, Md.) that opened scoring when she found the net at 2:27 off an assist from senior Andrea Duffy (Liverpool/Liverpool, N.Y.).

Macey scored the second goal at 9:11. The Cardinals pulled ahead 4-2, after they scored the next four goals.

The Cardinal's offensive leader on the day, Ali Jarden, scored the first of her four goals at 9:38. At 19:12, Anna Gateau found the net, followed by a goal by Kristen Wisniewski at 20:37 and another goal by Jarden at 21:40.

Macey answered, leveling the score with back-to back goals at 22:35 and 27:49. Shortly after, at 28:18, Wisniewski scored her second goal on the day, capping first half action.

In the second half, Macey netted her fourth goal at 3:16, evening the tally to 5-5. Catholic replied with the next two goals. One from Gateau at 8:22 and a goal from Christine Thornton at 12:09.

The Red and Black then mounted a three-goal spree. Freshman Stefanie Ritz (Bel Air, Md./C. Milton Wright) found the net at 13:24 off an assist from Duffy, followed by a free position goal by Macey at 13:54.

Just over a minute later, at 14:51, Duncan scored her second goal on the day, and the Bobcats took an 8-7 lead.

Catholic evened the score when Wisniewski netted her second goal at 16:53, but was answered by a Duncan goal at 18:31 and Macey's sixth goal at 18:57.

Now down 8-10, the Cardinals pulled out all the stops and mounted their offensive, pulling away after five-straight. Marissa Schaffer scored at 19:11, followed by Wisniewski's third goal of the day at 21:05.

At 23:44 Jarden scored again at, followed by Gateau's third goal 24:53. Jarden capped scoring on the day when she scored her last goal at 25:37.

Junior Sarah Shockley (Fallston/Fallston, Md.) had an impressive 18 saves on the day.

Frostburg State returns to action on Saturday, April 12th when it hosts Goucher at 1:00 p.m.

For further information on this release, contact:

Office of Sports Information
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD  21532-2303

Telephone: 301-687-4371
Fax: 301-687-4780
E-mail: sportsinfo@frostburg.edu