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BEARCAT WOMEN'S LACROSSE WEEKLY RELEASE - Mar. 17

THE GAME

LeMoyne (3-4) at Binghamton (3-5)
Bearcats Sports Complex
Tuesday, March 18, 2008 at 7 p.m. Live Stats

BINGHAMTON - LeMOYNE SERIES
The Bearcats and Dolphins have played each other four previous times with LeMoyne taking each contest. The Dolphins won the last meeting 15-5 in 2006.

ON TAP: NATIONALLY RANKED TERRIERS VISIT THE BSC
Binghamton’s homestand continues when nationally-ranked America East opponent Boston University visits the Bearcats Sports Complex on Friday, March 21 at 4 p.m.

Boston University at Binghamton
Bearcats Sports Complex
Friday, March 21, 2008 at 4 p.m. Live Stats


WE MUST PROTECT THIS HOUSE
The Bearcats have won three of their first four contests played at the Bearcats Sports Complex. The three home wins are tied for the most in the program’s seven-year history. The 2004 squad finished with a 3-2 home mark.

SPREADING THE WEALTH
Three different players have scored at least 10 goals for the Bearcats this season. Leanne Musso leads the team with 12 goals, while Lisa Illig and Ali Castiglie have each added 11 scores. Castiglie has also added 12 assists for a team-best 23 points.

EYEING 100
Senior tri-captain Leanne Musso is looking to become just the third player in school history to reach the 100-point plateau. Musso has posted 96 points on 70 goals and 26 assists in her career, just four shy of 100 for her career. Current assistant coach Lauren Wetherell and former Bearcat Heather Grose ‘07 reached the 100-point mark in 2006 and 2007, respectively.

BU ROLLS PAST SIENA, FALLS JUST SHORT AT CANISIUS
The Bearcat women split a pair of contests last week, cruising past visiting Siena 15-7 on Wednesday, and then falling just short of their first road victory of the season at Canisius, 9-7, on Sunday.

Against Siena, freshman Lisa Illig registered the second hat-trick of her collegiate career and the Bearcats received goals from 10 different players as team netted a season-high 15 goals.
[Siena recap...]

BU overcame a 6-2 halftime deficit Sunday only to fall late at Canisius. Freshman Erica Hill scored a game-high three goals to help the Bearcats rally and tie the game at 7-all . The Golden Griffins, however, broke the tie with 11:04 left and capped the scoring about two minutes later.
[Canisius recap...]

Hill was one of four freshmen who accounted for all of BU’s scoring and has five goals over the her last two games.

PREGAME NOTEBOOK
-Freshman Ali Castiglie has recorded at least one point in each of the Bearcats eight games this season. Castiglie was named America East Rookie of the Week on February 25.

-Sophomore Christina Smith led the Bearcats with seven ground balls and four caused turnovers on the week. Smith has forced a team-best nine turnovers on the season.

-Junior tri-captain Kelsey Pieper leads BU in both ground balls (19) and draw controls (19).

2008 PHOTO GALLERIES
[UMBC - February 29, America East Opener]

[COLGATE - February 22, Home Opener ]   
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