stanford VS usc

2019-03-25
stanford
stanford - 9

vs

usc
usc - 10
  • Scoring

  • areta buness ( 2 , 0 )
  • mikaela watson ( 1 , 1 )
  • galen lew ( 1 , 1 )
  • katherine gjertsen ( 1 , 1 )
  • caitlin chicoski ( 1 , 1 )
  • daniella mcmahon ( 1 , 0 )
  • hannah dudley ( 1 , 0 )
  • ali baiocco ( 1 , 0 )
  • Scoring

  • kelsey huff ( 3 , 0 )
  • kerrigan miller ( 2 , 1 )
  • katie ramsay ( 2 , 1 )
  • hope anhut ( 1 , 1 )
  • amanda flayhan ( 1 , 0 )
  • kaeli huff ( 1 , 0 )
  • sophia donovan ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • areta buness 6
  • mikaela watson 3
  • galen lew 3
  • katherine gjertsen 5
  • caitlin chicoski 1
  • daniella mcmahon 5
  • hannah dudley 4
  • ali baiocco 2
  • genesis lucero 1
  • Shots

  • kelsey huff 4
  • kerrigan miller 7
  • katie ramsay 3
  • hope anhut 2
  • amanda flayhan 4
  • kaeli huff 3
  • sophia donovan 3
  • erin bakes 1
  • emily concialdi 1
  • jackie gilbert 2
  • izzy mcmahon 5
  • Ground Balls

  • areta buness 1
  • mikaela watson 3
  • galen lew 1
  • caitlin chicoski 1
  • ali baiocco 1
  • chelsea trattner 1
  • kyra pelton 2
  • julia massaro 1
  • kira lopes 2
  • genesis lucero 2
  • trudie grattan 2
  • Ground Balls

  • kelsey huff 4
  • kerrigan miller 2
  • hope anhut 1
  • morgan kuligowski 1
  • riley hertford 4
  • emily concialdi 1
  • jackie gilbert 2
  • natalie byrne 1
  • lizzy wagner 2
  • Turnovers

  • areta buness 1
  • mikaela watson 2
  • galen lew 1
  • katherine gjertsen 2
  • daniella mcmahon 1
  • hannah dudley 1
  • ali baiocco 1
  • chelsea trattner 1
  • genesis lucero 4
  • Turnovers

  • kelsey huff 3
  • kerrigan miller 1
  • hope anhut 1
  • amanda flayhan 2
  • erin bakes 1
  • emily concialdi 3
  • izzy mcmahon 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • caitlin chicoski 1
  • jacie lemos 1
  • kyra pelton 1
  • kira lopes 1
  • genesis lucero 2
  • Caused Turnovers

  • kelsey huff 3
  • kerrigan miller 1
  • emily concialdi 2
  • jackie gilbert 2
  • natalie byrne 2
  • Faceoffs Won

  • areta buness 1
  • julia massaro 5
  • genesis lucero 6
  • Faceoffs Won

  • kerrigan miller 1
  • katie ramsay 1
  • jackie gilbert 4
  • izzy mcmahon 3
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Saves

  • trudie grattan 14 ( 0.58 )
  • Saves

  • riley hertford 17 ( 0.65 )
  • Current Records

  • stanford 13 - 6
  • Current Records

  • usc 13 - 6
LOS ANGELES – The No. 16-ranked USC lacrosse team (10-1, 5-0 Pac-12) pushed its winning streak to seven games following a 10-9 win over No. 20 Stanford (7-3, 3-2) at McAlister Field on Monday, March 25. KEY PLAYERS Sophomore goalie Riley Hertford tied the second-highest single-game total in program history with a career-high 17 saves and picked up four ground balls. Sophomore midfielder Kelsey Huff scored three goals for her 10th-career hat trick and had three caused turnovers and four ground balls. She becomes the eighth Trojan to record 10 hat tricks in her career. Junior midfielder Kerrigan Miller scored two goals and had an assist to go with two ground balls and a caused turnover. Freshman midfielder Katie Ramsay scored two goals and handed out an assist to go with one draw control. Junior attacker Hope Anhut had a goal, an assist, and a ground ball. Senior defender Jackie Gilbert won four draws, picked up two ground balls, and caused two turnovers. For the Cardinal, eight different players scored goals led by Areta Buness who had two. Trudie Grattan had 14 saves and a pair of ground balls in goal. Genesis Lucero had six draw controls to go with two caused turnovers and two ground balls. HOW IT HAPPENED Stanford scored the first goal of the game but the Trojans quickly answered with goals from Ramsay and Miller. The Cardinal pulled even at two-all, but the Trojans went in front by two on goals from Kaeli Huff and Ramsay. The Trojans went into the half with a 5-3 lead off the first of three Kelsey Huff goals scored with under one minute to halftime. Less than four minutes into the second half, Stanford pulled even at five-all on goals from Daniella McMahon and Buness. Two goals by Huff sandwiched another by Buness, but the Trojans held the 7-6 lead. Galen Lew scored for the Cardinal to net a seven-all tie, but Miller and Amanda Flayhan scored less than a minute apart to get the Trojans in front, 9-7. In the final 12 minutes, Ali Baiocco pulled Stanford within a goal at 11:01, but Anhut pushed USC ahead by two once more with her goal at 5:16. Stanford drew to within one again when Mikaela Watson scored unassisted with 2:05 to play. The Trojans stood their ground in the final two minutes, but the Cardinal got into the arc and Katherine Gjertsen took a shot with two seconds remaining. The ball got past Hertford, but the goal was waved off for a yellow card infraction on Gjertsen for a dangerous follow-through to preserve the one-goal win for the Women of Troy. UP NEXT The Trojans face California (5-7, 2-3 Pac-12) and No. 20 Stanford for a second time to begin the back half of the Pac-12 schedule. USC heads to Berkeley for a Friday (March 29) game at Memorial Stadium with a 5 p.m. PT start. Then, the Trojans visit the Farm for a Sunday-afternoon matinee (1 p.m.) at Cagan Stadium on March 31. The USC-Stanford game will be shown live on the Pac-12 Networks. GAME NOTES USC ended a three-game losing streak to Stanford and pulled even in the all-time series at six-all. The Trojans defeated the Cardinal at McAlister Field for the first time. Stanford beat USC, 14-11, on McAlister Field last spring in their first visit. Each of Stanford's other three road games against USC took place in the LA Memorial Coliseum. The final score between USC and Stanford was a one-goal difference for the third time in the last four meetings. USC's win is its 18th all-time over a ranked opponent. The Trojans are 18-27 against ranked foes; 3-1 in 2019. The Trojans improve to 40-10 at McAlister Field and to 44-12 all-time in home games. The Women of Troy have kept each of their five Pac-12 opponents in single-digit scoring through five games for a 5.80 gaa.