For Immediate Release: April 24, 2010
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Binghamton women's lacrosse defeats Stony Brook 12-10

Box Score

VESTAL, N.Y. -- Junior attack Ali Castiglie poured in five points to lead the Binghamton University's women's lacrosse team to a 12-10 victory over Stony Brook in America East women's lacrosse action Saturday afternoon at the Bearcats Sports Complex. This victory marks the second conference win in Bearcat women's lacrosse history.

Binghamton started hot scoring the first three goals of the game before Stony Brook would stop the run with two goals at the 19:08 mark to cut the early lead 3-2. The Bearcats would finish the half on a 6-3 run, off goals from freshman Lindsay Angelillo, red-shirt juinor Lizzie Wright, Castiglie and sophomore Lis Zuern to take a 9-4 lead into the half.

Castiglie opened up the second half with a goal for the Bearcats before the Seaswolves would storm back scoring three quick goals to cut the Binghamton lead to 10-7 with 16:10 left in the game. However, freshman attack Kimberly McGeever ended the run off a feed from Castiglie and Zuern would add another goal a minute later to put the Bearcats back up by five. Stony Brook would score the last three goals of the game but would not be able to overcome the Binghamton lead.

Castiglie led the Bearcats with five points, 2 goals and three assists. Also scoring for the Bearcats was Zuern with three, and Angelillo, Wright and McGeever adding two apiece. McGeever also added two assists and freshmen Kristin Stone scored once.

Emily Miller had a solid outing in goal, stopping 10 shots

The Seawolves held the edge in shots (29-23) and draw controls (14-10) while Binghamton grabbed more ground balls (21-14).\

Castilie for Binghamton and Samantha Djaha for Stony Brook were named the America East Players of the Game.

Binghamton heads out on the road to face Marist in the last non-conference game of the season for the Bearcats. Action begins on Monday, April 26 at 4 p.m.

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