Cabrini’s women’s lacrosse team has kept up to their high expectations and held steady with a tight grip to their 12th consecutive undefeated conference season.
They ended the day with a 19-3 victory over the Marywood Pacers. That victory improved the Cavaliers to 11-5 overall and 9-0 in the Colonial States Athletic Conference.
The Cavaliers were the heavy favorites as they matched up against a 7-7 Marywood team and they did not disappoint. Senior Lacie Doubet led the way with five goals and an assist, moving into second place on the program’s all-time goal list with 204 goals.
The Blue and White outscored the Pacers 38-11, with 35 of its shots on target. The Cavaliers only turned the ball over 14 times, while Marywood committed 27 miscues. Sophomore Megan Barlow recorded three saves to secure the victory.
Senior Melissa Scanzano recorded a season high six points, pairing three goals and three assists. The senior also tallied five ground balls, caused four turnovers and controlled three draws. The Cavaliers controlled the game from the opening whistle, as they scored the game’s first 11 goals. Sophomore Jess Breuning scored less than two minutes into the action with an unassisted goal.
Minutes later, Cabrini essentially put the game away as five Cavaliers scored six goals in a six minute span. At the 19:02 mark of the first half, the Blue and White had a 7-0 lead.
Marywood’s freshmen had solid outings against the Cavaliers. Freshman Sam Bussinelli scored both of Marywood’s first half goals, while freshman Erin Healy scored in the second half. Freshman goaltender Teressa Izzo recorded a career high 16 saves in the loss.
After the victory, the Cavaliers close their regular season as the CSAC regular season champions.