Women's Lacrosse Defeated By Dominican College At Home

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NYACK, NY - On a Thursday afternoon, the Nyack College women's lacrosse team fell to 1-12 overall on the season, as the Warriors dropped a 22-5 final to Dominican College in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) play on Mosley Field.

The Basics:
Score: Nyack 5 | DC 22
CACC: Nyack (0-8) | DC (5-2)
Location: Mosley Field | Nyack, NY

Inside The Game:
The Warriors played with intensity, but it was not enough to stop the Chargers. Dominican took possession of the ball during the first half of the game, as they would score nine points consecutively within the first ten minutes. By 17:26 captain Lauren Lebo (West Simsbury, CT) placed Nyack on the board shortly after to notch their first goal. The Chargers replied back with a quick goal to make the score reflect 10-1. Senior Stacey Cervantes (Whittier, CA) capitalized on Lebo's missed free position shot and scored at 10:45 to mark Nyack's second and final goal of the half. After a Warrior time out the Chargers would net five more goals as the halftime break displayed a thirteen point DC lead (15-2).

The second period would showcase a more intense Nyack team, but did not allow opportunities to trim the deficit. Dominican held the advantage, opening the second half in running time with six goals to leave only less than ten minutes on the clock for Nyack to close the gap. Grace Orbine (Asbury, NJ) successfully made her free position shot for the Warriors with 7:25 left in regulation. The Lady Chargers responded with their final goal of thed contest at 4:44. Lebo took control after another timeout by Nyack with less than five minutes on the clock and scored the team's fourth goal. Two minutes later, Cervantes successfully made her free position shot, as she notched her second goal on the day, while Dominican was left to walk away with the 22-5 victory.

A Closer Look:

  • Warrior Cervantes led with a team-high 4 ground balls in the effort.
  • Both Lebo and Gina Sparaco led Nyack and Dominican splitting 6 draw Controls apiece.
  • Christina Brennan of the DC Chargers led in goals for the game-high, recording five successful shots.
  • Dominican goalie, Brittany Kieman saved 5 shots out, while Nyack goalie, Jackie Simeon had 3 respectively.

Words From Coach:
"I once saw a quote that read: 'Sometimes you win, Sometimes you learn' - stated Coach Reis. "As a team we have learned a lot over the past season, as well as in today's game. Although we did not win, I saw many of the lessons we have learned over the year in action. It is encouraging to see the girls progressing as a unit."

Up Next:
Warrior Lacrosse will travel to New Jersey where they will face Caldwell in another CACC showdown set for 12pm on Monday April 14th. See here for complete game schedule.