Women's Lacrosse Edges Out Worcester State 13-10 on Sunday Morning

Women's Lacrosse Edges Out Worcester State 13-10 on Sunday Morning

Hilton Head, SC| The St. Joseph's College (L.I) women's lacrosse team saw its four-game skid come to an end, taking down the Worcester State University Lancers 13-10 in a non-conference matchup on Sunday morning.

Guiding the Golden Eagles was Nicole Stoppelli with five goals and two assists. Brooke Kreuscher and Lauryn Gregson chipped in three and two, respectively.

After back-and-forth goals from each team in the first half, Worcester State went on a 3-0 run on goals from Mackenzie Little and Alexis Vecchiarelli and hold a 4-2 advantage over the Golden Eagles. However, St. Joseph's (L.I.) closed out the half with three unanswered goals from Stopelli (2) and Kristin Carroll to go into the half ahead 5-4.
 
The second half saw three ties, however, the Golden Eagles concluded the game with three consecutive goals from Kreuscher (2) and Stopelli to result in the 13-10 win for St. Joseph's.

Worcester State's Krissy Pessa took the loss in a 13-save performance, while St. Joseph's Lindsay Ramos earned the win, stopping 10-of-20 shots on goal.

 The Golden Eagles will continue play in Hilton Head, SC to take on Allegheny on Monday, March 20 at 9 AM.