princeton VS boston college

2019-05-18
princeton
princeton - 12

vs

boston college
boston college - 17
  • Scoring

  • kathryn hallett ( 4 , 0 )
  • allie rogers ( 3 , 0 )
  • kyla sears ( 1 , 2 )
  • elizabeth george ( 1 , 1 )
  • tess d'orsi ( 1 , 0 )
  • julia haney ( 1 , 0 )
  • izzy mangan ( 1 , 0 )
  • Scoring

  • kenzie kent ( 2 , 6 )
  • sam apuzzo ( 4 , 1 )
  • dempsey arsenault ( 3 , 1 )
  • cara urbank ( 2 , 2 )
  • kate taylor ( 2 , 0 )
  • taylor walker ( 1 , 0 )
  • sheila rietano ( 1 , 0 )
  • jenn medjid ( 1 , 0 )
  • jordan lappin ( 1 , 0 )
  • Shots

  • kathryn hallett 5
  • allie rogers 6
  • kyla sears 4
  • elizabeth george 2
  • tess d'orsi 6
  • julia haney 2
  • izzy mangan 3
  • lillian stout 1
  • Shots

  • kenzie kent 2
  • sam apuzzo 8
  • dempsey arsenault 7
  • cara urbank 5
  • kate taylor 3
  • taylor walker 2
  • sheila rietano 3
  • jenn medjid 1
  • jordan lappin 4
  • maggie casey 1
  • Ground Balls

  • tess d'orsi 3
  • olivia pugh 2
  • marge donovan 1
  • alex argo 1
  • nonie andersen 3
  • lillian stout 2
  • sam fish 4
  • maddie staczek 1
  • Ground Balls

  • kenzie kent 1
  • dempsey arsenault 1
  • cara urbank 1
  • kate taylor 1
  • sheila rietano 1
  • jordan lappin 1
  • christina walsh 1
  • jillian reilly 1
  • elizabeth miller 4
  • hannah hyatt 1
  • abbey ngai 2
  • Turnovers

  • kathryn hallett 2
  • allie rogers 1
  • kyla sears 1
  • tess d'orsi 2
  • julia haney 1
  • marge donovan 1
  • alex argo 1
  • nonie andersen 2
  • sam fish 1
  • Turnovers

  • kenzie kent 1
  • sam apuzzo 2
  • dempsey arsenault 2
  • kate taylor 1
  • taylor walker 1
  • sheila rietano 2
  • jordan lappin 2
  • elizabeth miller 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • tess d'orsi 1
  • olivia pugh 2
  • marge donovan 2
  • nonie andersen 2
  • sam fish 1
  • maddie staczek 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • sam apuzzo 1
  • dempsey arsenault 1
  • brooke troy 1
  • christina walsh 1
  • jillian reilly 1
  • elizabeth miller 2
  • Faceoffs Won

  • kathryn hallett 2
  • elizabeth george 4
  • olivia pugh 1
  • nonie andersen 3
  • Faceoffs Won

  • sam apuzzo 14
  • dempsey arsenault 4
  • elizabeth miller 3
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Faceoffs Taken

  • Saves

  • sam fish 9 ( 0.35 )
  • Saves

  • abbey ngai 7 ( 0.37 )
  • Current Records

  • princeton 16 - 4
  • Current Records

  • boston college 16 - 4
The second-seeded Boston College lacrosse team used a second half scoring surge to down seventh-seeded Princeton, 17-12, on Saturday at the Newton Campus Fields. With the win, the Eagles advance to the program's third consecutive Final Four. Cara Urbank opened up the scoring for the Eagles just 46 seconds into the contest, and then assisted on another goal 90 seconds later for a 2-0 lead. The Tigers, though, responded to the two-goal deficit in less than 15 seconds, scoring right off the ensuing draw. The two teams would go back-and-forth, tying up at 2-2, 3-3 and 4-4 before Princeton took its own two-goal lead at 6-4 with less than eight to play in the half. But the Eagles used a three-goal run from Sam Apuzzo to enter halftime with a 7-6 lead. The Tigers tied it up less than a minute into the second frame, but the Eagles rolled off five unanswered goals to break the game open at 12-5 with 20 minutes to play. Princeton was able to cut the deficit to four but BC rolled off four more goals to stay in control and clinch the win. GAME INFORMATION Score: Boston College 17, Princeton 12 Records: Boston College 21-1, Princeton 16-4 Location: Newton, Mass. – Newton Campus Fields HOW IT HAPPENED FIRST HALF BC 1, PU 0: 29:14 - Cara Urbank drove down the right side of the fan, circled behind the net and then cut in front through bodies to bounce a low shot BC 2, PU 0: 27:45 - Urbank shoveled a pass to Taylor Walker, who faked the goal high and then went low BC 2, PU 1: 27:33 - Elizabeth George controlled the draw and ran down the field before hitting Julia Haney for an easy shot at the left part of the crease BC 2, PU 2: 25:36 - From the right side, Allie Rogers cut in to the middle and shot back across her body to beat Abbey Ngai low at the right post BC 3, PU 2: 22:08 - With her back to the goal, Sheila Rietano turned to her left, took two steps and then fired the ball far post BC 3, PU 3: 21:23 - Kathryn Hallett drove to the net, cradled through two defenders and got off a shot that found the back of the net BC 4, PU 3: 21:12 - Off the draw, Kenzie Kent fed a slashing Dempsey Arsenault for a shot from the top of the crease BC 4, PU 4: 20:04 - From behind the net, Kyla Sears found a crashing Allie Rogers for the up-goal BC 4, PU 5: 15:52 - Hallett drove from the top of the arc and then bounced a shot just inside the right post BC 4, PU 6: 7:52 - Fed near the eight-meter, Hallett cut to goal and got off a screened shot into the far left corner BC 5, PU 6: 5:02 - Hovering out on the left wing along the goal line, Kent hit Apuzzo cutting across the crease for the deke and goal BC 6, PU 6: 3:37 - Apuzzo turned on her defender and from the left side of the zone, fired a shot inside the far right post BC 7, PU 6: 2:47 - Kent found Apuzzo right in front for a bang-bang pass and finish play SECOND HALF BC 7, PU 7: 29:05 - Tess D'Orsi worked from behind the net, up to the top of the fan and then turned to fire a shot past Ngai BC 8, PU 7: 28:45 - Jordan Lappin took a line to the front of the net and Urbank hit her with a pass and Lappin faked Sam Fish for an open shot BC 9, PU 7: 27:32 - Arsenault carried the ball in from the right side, worked her defender and then turned to fire a shot inside the far left post BC 10, PU 7: 26:55 - From the fan, Apuzzo hit a cutting Kent with a pass and Kent finished through traffic BC 11, PU 7: 26:02 - Kent fed Arsenault cutting across the crease for a low finish BC 12, PU 7: 25:01 - Alone in front, Kate Taylor received a pass from Arsenault and beat the goalie with a fake BC 12, PU 8: 19:59 - Kyla Sears converted the free-position BC 13, PU 8: 16:53 - Kent drove from the right side and shook her defender loose to get off a shot to beat Fish BC 13, PU 9: 14:55 - Rogers came out from behind the right side of the net and snuck a shot inside the near post as she fell to the ground BC 14, PU 9: 12:00 - From the top of the crease, Apuzzo finished off a feed from Kent BC 15, PU 9: 10:34 - Taylor fired off a good shot while falling to the ground for her second of the game BC 16, PU 9: 5:45 - Urbank converted the free-position attempt BC 17, PU 9: 4:35 - From behind the net, Kent fed Jenn Medjid who was cutting in towards the right post. Medjid beat Fish with a shot inside the right post. BC 17, PU 10: 4:26 - Off of the draw, Izzy Mangan streaked into the crease and fired a shot far post BC 17, PU 11: 3:11 - Hallett converted the free-position attempt BC 17, PU 12: 00:22 - From behind the net, Sears hit George in front for a finish GAME NOTES Boston College is now 2-0 against Princeton … both meetings have come in the NCAA tournament. The Eagles are now 11-7 all-time in the NCAA tournament. Apuzzo has scored at least one goal in 77 of her 78 career games played. She has 117 points so far in 2019. Arsenault has recorded at least one point in 48 consecutive contests for the Eagles. BC outscored their opponents 379-219 through the first 22 games of the season. Kent's six assists tied her NCAA single-game program record performance, set last weekend against Colorado Apuzzo's fifth goal of the game set a new single-season goals record at 89, breaking her own mark set last season. Apuzzo's 14 draw controls broke her NCAA single-game program record of 13, which was set last season. GAME LEADERS Boston College Points: 8, Kenzie Kent Goals: 4, Sam Apuzzo Assists: 6, Kenzie Kent Draw Controls: 14, Sam Apuzzo Ground Balls: 3, Elizabeth Miller Caused Turnovers: 2, Elizabeth Miller Saves: 7, Abbey Ngai Princeton Points: 4, Kathryn Hallett Goals: 4, Kathryn Hallett Assists: 2, Kyla Sears Draw Controls: 4, Elizabeth George Ground Balls: 3, Nonie Andersen and Tess D'Orsi​​​​​​​ Caused Turnovers: 2, Olivia Pugh and Nonie Andersen Saves: 8, Sam Fish UP NEXT The Eagles will face a familiar opponent in the UNC Tar Heels in the national semifinal. The game is set for Saturday, May 24 in Baltimore, Md.