Women’s lacrosse 4-0, looking to stay undefeated

By Christine Blom
April 7, 2005

Cecelia Francisco

Four wins and no losses. This is the undefeated record of the women’s lacrosse team. The Lady Cavs have been tearing up the field with remains of teams such as Immaculata, Neumann, and Rosemont.

The women of Cabrini have upped their level of playing skills as well as teamwork by making the schedule more rigorous than any other season in the history of their program.

“This year we are playing teams such as The College of New Jersey and Gettysburg,” Mary Oschell, senior, said. “It is really challenging and very exciting.”

Even though the ladies have had to postpone several games they are not letting that affect their morale. They are staying optimistic and hoping all the extra practice time they have will lead to more wins. The team possesses an extreme amount of talent this year, a breath of fresh air that is not refreshing.

“The team overall this year is lucky to have so much strength overall,” Oschell said. “There is an immense amount of talent on the field that is present in every grade level. There isn’t one class that is better than another.”

Though the Lady Cavs are undefeated in the PAC, they have only one loss that does not count against them in the regular season.

“We beat Rowan University,” Oschell said. “But Widener claimed our only loss. It was really a close game.”

What’s up next for the Lady Cavaliers? This Saturday, the women’s lacrosse team will battle the Eastern Eagles for the win that is most desired by the two schools. The Cavs believe that they have a very good chance of winning the battle of Eagle Road.

“It is going to be a very eventful and tight game,” Oschell said. “We want to see as many people there as possible, it will be worth it.”

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