The Cabrini women’s lacrosse team defeated Cedar Crest College 18-6 on Tuesday, April 1 and gained another “w” in their win column. This win improves the team’s record to 5-1 overall and 4-0 in the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference.
“It was a great game. Everyone got a chance to get in and play,” junior criminology and social justice major Maura Brennan said.
Turnovers against Cedar Crest boosted the Cabrini win, having turned the ball over 20 times to Cabrini’s 11. Shots taken were also an advantage to the Lady Cavs having shot 27 times at the net versus Cedar Crest’s 14 shots.
“It was a success because we know how to work as a team together,” sophomore accounting major Danielle Rothermel.
Eleven Cavaliers scored during the away game.
Sophomore Danielle Rothermel scored three goals in the game, as did freshman Jamie O’Hanlan who also contributed a team-high three assists.
Senior Katelyn Penrose, sophomore Lauren Iannece and freshman Dolores Weathers all scored two goals a piece.
“We’re going to continue working hard overall goal to bring PAC back,” Rothermel said. “Hopefully all our hard work will pay off.”
“We looked good and each game is preparing us for the road to the championship,” Brennan said.
The Cavaliers will be hosting Alvernia College on Saturday, April 5 at 1 p.m.