#1/2 Adelphi Turns Back Women's Lacrosse, 19-5

#1/2 Adelphi Turns Back Women's Lacrosse, 19-5

With the win, the Seahawks improve to 8-4 and, more importantly, remain atop the Northeast Conference (NEC) standings with a flawless league mark of 3-0.

Sophia Sudano had three goals and three assists for the Warriors, who are now 3-1. Nolan led the Huskies with eight goals and three assists to lead UConn to a 20-8 rout against Cincinnati (6-7, 2-4) on Friday afternoon.

Camerino had nine draw controls and five ground ball scoops.

Goodwin, Greco and Eagan each had two caused turnovers.

Lily Sheridan added two goals and two assists and Natalie Sonntag had two goals and an assist for the Patriots.

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Sophomore midfielder Katie Welch followed up with her second goal of the game to make the score 9-7 and then sophomore attack Bailey Herr scored with 7:07 remaining to extend the lead.

Sloane Dowgiallo tallied three goals and an assist, Alli VanSlyke netted three goals and Maddie Messina and Caitlin Miller each added two goals and an assist as the Bulldogs toppled the Bruins. Henry Clay also prevailed 6-5 in last year's playoffs after the teams split their regular-season series.

Graziano stretched the Adelphi run to seven goals to start the second half, assisted by Johnson, 27-seconds in.

Stonehill threatened to get back into the game with three-straight goals within a minute to pull within seven (12-5) with 19:38 still to play. The Britons have home dates with Kalamazoo College (April 17 at 7 p.m.) and Saint Mary's College (April 27 at 7 p.m.) and a road trip to Hope College next Saturday at 1 o'clock.

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