george mason VS mount st mary's

2020-02-26
george mason
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mount st mary's
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  • Scoring

  • deanna balsama ( 4 , 0 )
  • abby folker ( 3 , 1 )
  • hailey johnson ( 2 , 2 )
  • erin donoghue ( 3 , 0 )
  • morgan rynn ( 1 , 1 )
  • phoebe nelson ( 1 , 0 )
  • tristan usher ( 0 , 1 )
  • Scoring

  • alayna pagnotta ( 4 , 0 )
  • kate kinsella ( 3 , 0 )
  • jordan butler ( 2 , 1 )
  • carly miller ( 0 , 2 )
  • beanie colson ( 1 , 0 )
  • zoe hurlburt ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • deanna balsama 8
  • abby folker 6
  • hailey johnson 2
  • erin donoghue 5
  • morgan rynn 1
  • phoebe nelson 3
  • christina romano 1
  • Shots

  • alayna pagnotta 6
  • kate kinsella 5
  • jordan butler 4
  • carly miller 1
  • beanie colson 4
  • zoe hurlburt 1
  • Ground Balls

  • deanna balsama 1
  • abby folker 2
  • hailey johnson 2
  • erin donoghue 1
  • sasha silva 1
  • natalya moody 1
  • ali johnston 1
  • julianna brown 1
  • christina romano 1
  • melissa semkiw 1
  • Ground Balls

  • alayna pagnotta 1
  • beanie colson 2
  • zoe hurlburt 1
  • amber ryan 1
  • jenna oler 1
  • marie dickson 2
  • devon filippone 3
  • margaret lonergan 1
  • kaitlyn ridenour 1
  • abigail zeigenfuse 2
  • sophia stewart 1
  • Turnovers

  • deanna balsama 1
  • abby folker 2
  • hailey johnson 2
  • erin donoghue 2
  • morgan rynn 1
  • phoebe nelson 1
  • tristan usher 1
  • olivia o'brien 1
  • julianna brown 1
  • christina romano 1
  • Turnovers

  • kate kinsella 1
  • jordan butler 2
  • carly miller 3
  • beanie colson 4
  • zoe hurlburt 2
  • jenna oler 1
  • kaitlyn ridenour 1
  • erin anderson 1
  • abigail zeigenfuse 1
  • sophia stewart 2
  • Caused Turnovers

  • deanna balsama 2
  • abby folker 1
  • erin donoghue 1
  • izzy allen 2
  • ali johnston 1
  • christina romano 1
  • melissa semkiw 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • beanie colson 1
  • marie dickson 1
  • devon filippone 1
  • margaret lonergan 3
  • kaitlyn ridenour 2
  • sophia stewart 3
  • Faceoffs Won

  • deanna balsama 8
  • hailey johnson 1
  • erin donoghue 3
  • kelley reilley 1
  • julianna brown 1
  • Faceoffs Won

  • beanie colson 2
  • zoe hurlburt 7
  • kaitlyn ridenour 2
  • abigail zeigenfuse 1
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Saves

  • melissa semkiw 4 ( 0.29 )
  • Saves

  • jenna oler 9 ( 0.39 )
  • Current Records

  • george mason 4 - 3
  • Current Records

  • mount st mary's 4 - 3
The Mount St. Mary's women's lacrosse (3-1) team did everything they could to try and erase a seven-goal deficit, but ultimately fell 14-10 to the Patriots of George Mason (3-1). Alayna Pagnotta led all Mount scorers with four goals while Kate Kinsella (3g), Jordan Butler (2g, 1a), and Carly Miller (2a) each recorded multi-point games. On the defensive end, Jenna Oler made nine saves in net and Sophia Stewart (3CTs), Margaret Lonergan (3CTs), and Kaitlyn Ridenour (2CTs) all had multiple caused turnovers in the loss. Zoe Hurlburt add seven draw controls in the contest to lead all players. The Patriots got off the bus ready to play today, scoring five of the first six goals to take a 5-1 lead just ten minutes into the contest. George Mason would eventually build a 9-2 lead from Morgan Rynn's first goal of the day with under four minutes to play in the first half. Looking for any momentum, Alayna Pagnotta notched her second goal of the day off a free position shot to try and spark the Mountaineer train with 37 seconds left in the first frame. On the ensuing draw, Zoe Hurlburt won an aggressive groundball and found Kate Kinsella at midfield who went right down main street to make it 9-4 at the break. After cutting the Patriot lead to four, Carly Miller would find a cutting Beanie Colson to make it a 10-7 game. Unfortunately, a three-goal run from George Mason following Colson's goal would give the Patriots a cushion. The Mountaineers would keep battling though, and two straight goals from Pagnotta had the Mount back within four. Butler would follow Pagnotta's two goals with one of her own and the Mountaineers were down 13-10 with 6:49 to play. However, it would be too little too late as George Mason finished off the job to close out the Mount 14-10 on a rainy Wednesday afternoon at Waldron Family Stadium. Deanna Balsama led George Mason with four goals and seven draw controls while Abby Folker added three goals and one assist. Melissa Semkiw made four saves in net and earned the victory in today's contest. The Patriots went 14-for-14 on clears today and forced the Mountaineers into 19 turnovers. The Mount women's lacrosse team will be back in action next Wednesday, March 4th to take on Campbell at 1PM at Waldron Family Stadium. Facebook Twitter Email Print Addthis Recap Box Score Mount Women’s Lacrosse Has Sights Set on Four Straight Wins as George Mason Comes to Town on Wednesday Final 1 2 T GEORGE MASON 9 5 14 MOUNT ST. MARY'S 4 6 10 Mount Women’s Lacrosse Has Sights Set on Four Straight Wins as George Mason Comes to Town on Wednesday Posted: Feb 25, 2020 MOUNT ST. MARY'S (3-0, 0-0 NEC) vs. GEORGE MASON (2-1, 0-0 A10) Emmitsburg, Md. | Waldron Family Stadium Wednesday, February 26th | 4:00 PM WATCH | LIVE STATS | TWITTER MOUNT UPDATE After taking down UMBC 20-8 last Wednesday, the Mount women's lacrosse team followed up that win with their first road victory of the 2020 campaign. Erin Anderson's first goal of the season was the difference as the Mountaineers topped Binghamton 9-8 in overtime to move to 3-0. Jordan Butler (2g, 2a), Kate Kinsella (2g, 1a), and Alayna Pagnotta (2g) each finished with multiple goals to lead the Mountaineers. Jenna Oler made 11 saves in net to secure the victory. SCOUTING THE PATRIOTS After opening the season with a 19-6 loss to #1-ranked Maryland, George Mason has bounced back with two straight wins over William & Mary (20-11) and Delaware (11-8) to put them at 2-1 in 2020. Sophomore Deanna Balsama leads the Patriot offense with 13 points (8g, 5a) while Abby Folker and Erin Donoghue have each registered seven goals on the year. Senior keeper Melissa Semkiw has made 38 saves in three starts and posted 12.67 goals against average. As a team, the Patriots are 48-81 (59.2%) on draw controls with Balsama (23) and Folker (14) leading the squad. INSIDE THE SERIES The Mountaineers are currently 0-3 all-time against the Patriots of George Mason in a series that started in March of 2014. George Mason has defeated the Mount by five-plus goals in each of the three contests. The last time these two teams met was back in March of 2016 where the Patriots dropped the Mountaineers 15-4. The Mount women's lacrosse team will look for their first-ever win over George Mason on Wednesday afternoon. TEAM LEADERS Goals: Butler (8), Colson/Kinsella (7), Pagnotta (6), Groover/Hurlburt (4) Assists: Butler (5), Miller (4), Hurlburt/Kinsella (3), Groover (2) Points: Butler (13), Kinsella (10), Colson (8), Hurlburt (7) Ground Balls: Groover (7), Hurlburt (6), Oler (5) Draw Controls: Colson (8), Groover/Ridenour (6), Zeigenfuse (5) Caused Turnovers: Dickson/Hurlburt (3), Ridenour/Stewart (2) Save Percentage: Oler (55.2%) NEC WEEKLY AWARDS Jordan Butler and Jenna Oler were recognized by the Northeast Conference (NEC) with weekly honors following Mount St. Mary's two wins over UMBC and Binghamton last week. Butler, who was named the NEC Player of the Week, and Oler, the Defensive Player of the Week, each earned the honors for the first time this season. For more information on last week's stellar performances from these two players, click here. UPCOMING SCHEDULE The Mount women's lacrosse team will be back in action next Wednesday, March 4th to take on Campbell at 1PM at Waldron Family Stadium. Facebook Twitter Email Print Addthis Oler, Butler Earn Northeast Conference Weekly Awards Oler, Butler Earn Northeast Conference Weekly Awards Posted: Feb 24, 2020 Somerset, N.J. (February 24, 2020) – Mount St. Mary's women's lacrosse goalie Jenna Oler has been named the Northeast Conference (NEC) Defensive Player of the Week, and attacker Jordan Butler has been tabbed as the Player of the Week, announced by the league office on Monday. Oler has been solid in net during her first three starts for the Mountaineers making 32 saves (55.2%) and posting 8.41 goals against average. This past week the Columbia, Maryland native earned two victories over UMBC and Binghamton only allowing eight goals in both contests. In the win over UMBC, Oler made ten saves on eighteen shots (55%) and picked up three groundballs. She followed that performance up with 11 saves and registered a .578 save percentage in the thrilling overtime victory over the Bearcats of Binghamton. Butler has not missed a beat from last season, continuing her dominant performance by recording eight goals and five assists (13 points) in the first three games of 2020. In the 20-8 thumping over UMBC, the John Carroll graduate tallied eight points (5g, 3a) to lead the Mountaineers to the victory. Butler would follow that performance up with a four-point outing (2g, 2a) in the win at Binghamton, including the game-tying goal on a free position shot with under four minutes to play to send the game to overtime. The 2019 Northeast Conference Offensive Player of the Year with look to continue her productive play against George Mason on Wednesday. The Mount women's lacrosse team will return to action on Wednesday, February 26th to take on George Mason at Waldron Family Stadium (4PM). Facebook Twitter Email Print Addthis Box Score Preview Anderson is the Hero as Mount Women’s Lacrosse Comes Back to Defeat Binghamton in Overtime 00:00 - 1 2 OT T MOUNT ST. MARY'S 4 4 1 9 BINGHAMTON 3 5 0 8 Anderson is the Hero as Mount Women’s Lacrosse Comes Back to Defeat Binghamton in Overtime Posted: Feb 22, 2020 Vestal, N.Y. (Saturday, February 22nd) – Erin Anderson's fourth career collegiate goal was the difference as Mount women's lacrosse (3-0) took down Binghamton 9-8 in overtime on Saturday. Jordan Butler (2g, 2a), Kate Kinsella (2g, 1a), and Alayna Pagnotta (2g) each finished with multiple goals to lead the Mountaineers. Jenna Oler made 11 saves in net to secure the victory. Binghamton jumped out to a 2-1 lead eleven minutes into the game with goals from Alyssa Sanchez and Olivia Batista. Jordan Butler would then spark a 3-0 Mount run topped off by Pagnotta and Carly Miller to give the Mountaineers a 4-2 lead. The Mount eventually find themselves up 4-3 heading into the break. Three straight Bearcat goals to start the second half had the home team up 6-4 with 22 minutes to play. Kinsella would notch her first of the day to get the Mountaineers back within one. With 11 minutes to play, Jamie Golderman of Binghamton put home her second of the season to give the Bearcats another two-goal lead. As time was dwindling down, Kinsella found the back of the net with five minutes to play to give the Mountaineers a chance to tie. Less than 90 seconds later, Butler would even the game at 8-8 on a free position shot that would eventually send this game to overtime. In overtime, the Mountaineer defense would come up big to stop the Bearcat's only offensive possession to get the ball to the Mount offense. Off a scramble in front of the net, Erin Anderson was able to put home the game winner to send the Binghamton faithful home with a loss. Beanie Colson had a strong with a goal and three draw controls while Kate Bieraugel finished with two draw controls and one groundball. The Mount had a solid day on free-position shots going 2-for-3 and forced the Bearcats into 15 turnovers. The Mount women's lacrosse team will have a quick turnaround as they host George Mason on Wednesday, February 26th. Facebook Twitter Email Print Addthis Recap Box Score Mount Women’s Lacrosse Looks for 3-0 Start at Binghamton on Saturday 00:00 - 1 2 OT T MOUNT ST. MARY'S 4 4 1 9 BINGHAMTON 3 5 0 8 Mount Women’s Lacrosse Looks for 3-0 Start at Binghamton on Saturday Posted: Feb 21, 2020 MOUNT ST. MARY'S (2-0, 0-0 NEC) at BINGHAMTON (0-2, 0-0 America East) Vestal, N.Y. | Bearcats Sports Complex Saturday, February 22nd | 3:00 PM WATCH | LIVE STATS MOUNT UPDATE The Mount women's lacrosse team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 20-8 win over UMBC on Wednesday afternoon. Jordan Butler (5g, 3a), Beanie Colson (3g, 1a), Kate Kinsella (3g, 1a), and Alayna Pagnotta (3g) all registered hat tricks in the win. Zoe Hurlburt (2g, 2a), Jordan Groover (2g), and Carly Miller (1g, 2a) each had multi-point games. Jenna Oler came up big with ten saves in net while Kaitlyn Ridenour had two caused turnovers and five draw controls for the Mountaineers. SCOUTING THE BEARCATS Binghamton comes into this weekend's matchup sitting at 0-2 after falling to Bucknell (16-9) in their season opener and getting trounced by Syracuse (20-2) last weekend. Junior attacker Paige Volkmann currently leads the Bearcats in points with four goals and one assist. Senior goalie Taylor Passuello has started two games in net and has allowed 28 goals with a 28.2% save percentage. Binghamton has struggled in draw controls so far this season going 15-for-49, but they have won the groundball battle in each of their first two games. INSIDE THE SERIES This will be the third all-time meeting between the Bearcats and the Mountaineers in a series that is currently tied 1-1. After stomping Binghamton 26-1 back in 2002, the Mountaineers would not play the Bearcats until April of 2017. In this matchup, the Bearcats dropped the Mount 13-6 when Carly Miller and Kate Kinsella were freshman, and each had a goal apiece in the loss. TEAM LEADERS Goals: Colson/Butler (6), Kinsella (5), Groover/Hurlburt/Pagnotta (4) Assists: Miller (4), Butler/Hurlburt (3), Groover/Kinsella (2) Points: Butler (9), Colson/Hurlburt/Kinsella (7), Groover (6) Ground Balls: Groover (6), Hurlburt (5), Oler (4) Draw Controls: Ridenour (6), Colson/Groover (5) Caused Turnovers: Dickson/Hurlburt/Ridenour/Stewart (2) Save Percentage: Oler (53.8%) UPCOMING SCHEDULE The Mount St. Mary's women's lacrosse team will return to Waldron Family Stadium to take on the Patriots of George Mason for another midweek non-conference matchup. Game time for Wednesday, February 26th's showdown is set for 4:00 p.m