SEAHAWK WOMEN'S LACROSSE RESULTS
Salve Regina 20, Rhode Island College 4
Middletown, Rhode Island - Gaudet Field
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Series and Streaks
The Seahawks own a 14-1 record in the all-time series and have won 11 straight over the Anchorwomen.
Three Stars of the Game
- Salve Regina junior Kiley Anderson (East Greenwich, R.I.) scored a game-high six goals and handed out an assist.
- Salve Regina senior Lindsey Smith (North Attleboro, Mass.) dished out a game-best five assists.
- Salve Regina junior Maddie Villareal (Portsmouth, R.I.) scored four times and handed out three assists.
Key Stat of the Game
The Seahawks outshot the Anchorwomen 45-11, with a 38-9 advantage in shots on goal.
Salve Regina scored 1:19 into the game to take the lead, eventually building a 5-0 edge before Olivia Carpenito (Wlmington, Mass.) and Morgan Pero (White River Junction, Vt.) scored for Rhode Island College to cut the deficit to three. It was the closest the Anchorwomen would get however as the Seahawks ripped off seven straight goals to close the first half and lead by double-digits at halftime. The Seahawks scored twice more to begin the second half capping a 9-0 run. Angie Leonardo (East Providence, R.I.) scored with 21:47 remaining to make it 14-3, but Salve Regina scored five more times to pull even further away.
- Julia Eaton (Cumberland, R.I.) made 18 saves for the Anchorwomen in the loss to fall to 0-1 on the season.
- Christina Myers (River Edge, N.J.) made five saves for the Seahawks to improve to 2-0 between the pipes this season.
- Salve Regina held a 17-7 edge in draw control wins.
- Nicole Smith (North Attleboro, Mass.) won a game-high six draw controls.
- Salve Regina went 2-for-7 on free position shots while the Anchorwomen went 1-for-2.
Salve Regina (2-0) will play the first of three straight road games when it travels to Mount Holyoke on March 20 at 5:30 p.m. Rhode Island College (0-1) travels to Mitchel on March 16 at 4:30 p.m.