Immediate Release: March 21, 2008
Contact: Anthony G. Naglieri (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Boston U tops Binghamton women's lacrosse 19-8
N.Y. -- Senior Sarah Dalton had a game-high five points to lead
No. 15/16 Boston University to an 19-8 over Binghamton, in America
East women's lacrosse action Friday at the Bearcats Sports Complex.
Dalton, a first-team all-conference midefielder and the Terriers'
leading scorer, scored four goals and added an assist in the
game, three of which came in the first half of play.
Boston jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the game's first 2:45 and
staked claim to an early 4-1 advantage. The Bearcats cut the
deficit to 4-3 at the 23:17 mark, but the Terriers ran off eight
straight goals and took a commanding 14-5 into halftime.
Boston led by as many as 12 in the second half before settling
on the final margin.
Freshman Erica Hill (Delmar, N.Y.) had
a pair of goals and recorded a season-high four points to lead
the Bearcats. Freshman Siobhan Menz (Webster,
N.Y.) also had two scores.
The Bearcats also received a goal apiece from freshmen Kate
(Yorktown, N.Y.), Lisa Illig (Corning,
N.Y.), and Jen Fischer (Yorktown,
N.Y.), as well as junior Julia Demuth (Jordan,
N.Y.). Concialdi also added a game-high four draw controls on
Senior Leanne Musso (Auburn,
N.Y.) recorded a first-half assist to
become just the third player in school history to reach the 100-point
plateau. Musso has posted 100 points on 72 goals and 28 assists
in her career.
Musso joins current Bearcat assistant coach Lauren Wetherell
and former Bearcat Heather Grose 07 as the only Binghamton
players to have reached the 100-point plateau.
Binghamton's (3-7, 0-2 AE) visits New Hampshire on Saturday,
March 29, in the first of three consecutive road contests.