Score: Emerson 19, Mass.-Dartmouth 7
Records: Emerson Lions (3-0) ; Mass.-Dartmouth Corsairs (1-2)
Location: Dartmouth, Mass. (Cressy Field)
Date: March 7, 2022
The Lead: Led by seven goals from freshman Callie Krosin and six contributed from sophomore Lauren Longstreet, the Emerson women's lacrosse team used a strong second half to pick up its third straight victory in a 19-7 win over Mass.-Dartmouth on Monday afternoon.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
Krosin: seven goals
Longstreet: six goals & seven assists
Hannah Beck: two goals
Julia Mallon, Amelia Toscano, Jules Rein & Maddy Reyes: one goal
Ainsley Basic: four ground balls & six caused turnovers
GOALIE: Nina Khosla (W, 3-0) - seven goals allowed on 13 shots with six stops through 60 minutes
Mellany Sanchez Alvarez: four goals, two ground balls & three caused turnovers
Claire Peterson: two goals
Kim Hockhousen: one goal
Windline Thomas & Hannah Mitus: two ground balls
GOALIE: Payton Conceicao (L, 1-2) - 19 goals allowed on 30 shots with 11 saves through 60 minutes
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Within the first quarter, both Emerson and Mass.-Dartmouth registered four shots with two goals apiece, which put the score after the first 15 minutes at 2-all. Longstreet put in the first pair of tallies for the Lions, while Sanchez Alvarez and Agrelo slipped in goals for the Corsairs.
- Longstreet, Mallon, Krosin and Toscano contributed five goals for Emerson in the second quarter up until the 4:02 mark and gave the Lions a 7-4 lead. Mass.-Dartmouth used the final four minutes of the half to get goals from Sanchez Alvarez and Peterson as the hosts took the 7-6 edge at the break.
- Emerson, who heavily outshot Mass.-Dartmouth 16-1 in the third, turned 16 shots into seven goals and gave themselves a comfortable 14-7 cushion.
- Beck, Longstreet and Krosin put in the first of Emerson's three goals before the scoring was broken up by Sanchez Alvarez's net at 7:50 to put the score at 10-7. Sanchez Alvarez's goal would ultimately become the final goal for the hosts.
- Through the remaining 4:40, Emerson saw four different players tip in goals, including Krosin, Rein, Reyes and Longstreet, to wrap the third stanza with a seven-goal advantage.
- The fourth was controlled by Emerson for the Lions did not give Mass.-Dartmouth the opportunity to score and were able to force seven turnovers.
- Kronin helped extend Emerson's lead with a string of four consecutive goals, three of which were assisted by Longstreet, from the span of 13:13 to the 3:47 mark. Beck rounded out the scoring with the 19th and final goal of regulation as Emerson rolled to the 19-7 triumph.
- Emerson returns home on Thursday, March 10 for an early 11:00 a.m. non-league clash with Drew.