MIAA Women's Lacrosse Week #4 Wrap-Up

MIAA Women's Lacrosse Week #4 Wrap-Up

March 11 - MIAA Players of the Week


Last Week's Results

 
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Date Home Score Away Score Notes Status Links
Mar. 04 Dubuque 1 Albion 17 Final
  Adrian 11 Ohio Wesleyan 12 Game time moved up from 7 p.m. Final
Mar. 05 Trine 13 Siena Heights 12 Final - OT
Mar. 06 Adrian 19 Aquinas 7 Game moved to Adrian College Final
  Elmhurst 18 Olivet 2 Final
  Kalamazoo   Indiana Tech   Postponed
Mar. 07 Concordia (MI) 21 Olivet 0 Final
Mar. 08 Chicago 13 Albion 10 Final
  Carroll (WI) 5 Calvin 10 Final
Mar. 09 Hanover   Alma   Cancelled
  Hope 19 Lourdes 4 Final
  North Central (Ill.) 21 Kalamazoo 13 Final
Mar. 10 Mt. St. Joseph 12 Alma 8 Schueler Field Final
  Chicago 17 Kalamazoo 6 Final
  Whittier 8 Saint Mary's (Ind.) 19 Final

Next Week's Games

 
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Date Home Score Away Score Notes Status Links
Mar. 11 Chapman 14 Saint Mary's (Ind.) 12 Final
Mar. 12 Anderson (IN) 8 Trine 14 Final
Mar. 13 Kalamazoo 10 Indiana Tech 11 Final
  Calvin 20 Siena Heights 7 Final
  Redlands 25 Saint Mary's (Ind.) 14 Final
Mar. 14 Ohio Northern 14 Albion 15 Final
Mar. 16 Heidelberg 17 Trine 6 Final
Mar. 17 Hanover 3 Albion 17 Final

Around the MIAA (Through March 10 games)

Adrian (2-1, 0-0)

The Adrian College women’s lacrosse team split last week to bring its record to 2-1 on the year. The Bulldogs opened play at home with a game against Ohio Wesleyan, falling 12-11. The game was tied at halftime and Adrian opened a three-goal lead before surrendering four in a row for the loss. The Black and Gold followed that up by soundly beating Aquinas as home, 19-7. Senior Annie Rice had nine points against Aquinas, to amass 13 points on the week to be named Offensive Player of the Week for the second time.


Albion (2-2, 0-0)

Chrystelle Lopez (five goals, six assists) and Darcy Muns (eight goals, two assists) generated at least 10 points in two contests last week. Destiny Okon also chipped in with five goals…GK Jenina Villabroza achieved a .618 save percentage in 90 minutes of action.

Alma (3-2, 0-0)

Junior midfielder Olivia Benoit (Grosse Pointe, Mich.) scored all eight goals and junior goalie Allie Ray (Port Jefferson Station, N.Y.) made 25 saves but the Alma College women's lacrosse team dropped a 12-8 decision to Mount St. Joseph on Sunday (March 10). Benoit's eight goals are the most in her career and tied for the third-most goals in program history while Ray's save total is tied for the most in the junior's career and was one save shy of the team record. The Scots' earlier game against Hanover was canceled due to inclement weather.


Calvin (2-1, 0-0)

No report submitted.


Hope (2-1, 0-0)

Madison McCreery (Rockford, Mich.) and the Hope College women’s lacrosse team came out fast and furious to start their home opener on Saturday. McCreery scored 23 seconds into the non-league match. The Flying Dutch never trailed en route to a 19-4 victory against Lourdes University (Ohio). Sophomore Carly Pieri (Alto, Mich.) recorded a game-high four goals. Three of Pieri’s teammates chipped in three goals and one assist apiece: senior Allison Darnell (North Farmington, Mich.), sophomore Rachel Elder (Grand Rapids, Mich.), and McCreery.

Kalamazoo (1-3, 0-0)

The Kalamazoo College women's lacrosse team dropped two road games over the weekend to North Central (21-13) and Chicago (17-6). Rose Bogard led Kalamazoo with five goals and seven ground balls in the two contests. Rachel Madar collected four goals and 20 draw controls for the Hornets. Maddie Odom had 18 saves in the junior's first two career games in goal. Kalamazoo will return to play on Wednesday, March 13 when it hosts Indiana Tech at 5:30 p.m.​


Olivet (0-2, 0-0)

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Saint Mary's (2-1, 0-0)

The Belles postponed their contest against the University of Chicago earlier this week but opened their spring break trip to California with a 19-8 win at Whittier on Sunday. Erin Doyle paced the Belles with eight goals and four assists. The 12 points in a game sets a new program record for points in a single contest as Doyle broke the previous record of 11 points (eight goals, three assists), also owned by Doyle. Kate Kelly had a strong all-around game with three goals, three assists, 10 ground balls, six draw controls, and four caused turnovers. Shannon McCloskey scored on each of the first three shots taken, giving McCloskey a first-ever hat trick.


Trine (2-1, 0-0)

Trine's Kirstin John (South Bend, Ind.) continues her offensive dominance with five goals and an assist as the Thunder took the 13-12 overtime victory against Siena Heights.


 

2019 MIAA Women's Lacrosse Standings


  Conference Overall
GP Record Win % GF GA GP Record Win % GF GA Last 10 Streak
Adrian 0 0-0 0.000 0 0   5 4-1 0.800 74 47 4-1 Won 3
Hope 0 0-0 0.000 0 0   6 4-2 0.667 83 61 4-2 Won 2
Albion 0 0-0 0.000 0 0   7 4-3 0.571 86 80 4-3 Lost 1
Calvin 0 0-0 0.000 0 0   7 4-3 0.571 102 77 4-3 Lost 2
Trine 0 0-0 0.000 0 0   7 4-3 0.571 78 71 4-3 Won 1
Alma 0 0-0 0.000 0 0   6 3-3 0.500 63 65 3-3 Lost 2
Saint Mary's (Ind.) 0 0-0 0.000 0 0   7 3-4 0.429 104 72 3-4 Lost 1
Kalamazoo 0 0-0 0.000 0 0   6 1-5 0.167 62 89 1-5 Lost 4
Olivet 0 0-0 0.000 0 0   3 0-3 0.000 4 56 0-3 Lost 3