A pair of goals in the first 10 minutes of the first half by senior attack Jacky McDermott and freshman midfielder/attack Lacie Doubet gave the Lady Cavs an early lead. Neumann knotted the score with under 17 minutes left in the half on a pair of goals separated by 19 seconds.
Less than two minutes later, McDermott broke the tie with her second of three goals on the game.
Cabrini wouldn’t relinquish the lead from there, carrying a 10-5 lead into halftime backed by hat tricks by McDermott and Doubet.
Doubet added two assists for a five-point game while McDermott also posted an assist to finish with four points.
The Lady Cavs also controlled the second half, backed by another hat trick, this one by sophomore attack Sarah Means. All three of her goals came in the final 12 minutes of the game.
Freshmen Melissa Scanzano, Sara Carzo and sophomore Breanna Thompson each scored twice in the win. Eight different Lady Cavs scored in the win with several of them posting multi-point games. Sophomore goalkeeper Janel Folkomer made eight saves.
The win improves the Lady Cavs to 5-8 on the season. They are now 5-1 in CSAC play, which ranks them second in the CSAC.
The Lady Cavs close their season with a pair of home games. They host Gwynedd-Mercy College on Saturday, April 21 and end the regular season with Senior Day against Widener University on Tuesday, April 24.