Women’s lacrosse win three over Easter break

By Cheryl Wagstaff
April 24, 2003

While most students went home for Easter break, the women’s lacrosse team was busy improving its record to 10-3 overall, and 9-0 in the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference.

The Lady Cavaliers played three PAC games and defeated each team by at least 10 points.

The first game was on Thursday, April 17 against Arcadia. Cabrini won 20-2.

On Friday, April 18, the Lady Cavs defeated Wesley 17-7. The game started off slow with Cabrini leading by only two goals at halftime. After the first half the team came out ready to play and gained a large lead to win the game.

Monday was a milestone day for senior center Maranda Swoyer. In the 20-6 defeat of Alvernia, she scored her 100th career goal. Swoyer transferred to Cabrini from Shippensburg University this season.

“We’re lucky to get Mandy this year as a senior transfer. She is our midfield connection that we feared would be missing after last year’s seniors graduated,” Colleen Connor, senior center, said. “Mandy came from a division two program, which shows her skills on the field. I am thankful to be able to play with her this year.”

Most of the team stayed on campus until after the game on Friday when they left for the weekend. The vacation ended on Monday when the team reported back to school on Monday only to get on a bus that would break down before they got to Alvernia. Although they got to a late start, the game ended leaving the Lady Cavaliers undefeated in the PAC.

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