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Women's Lacrosse Upended By Drew

Women's Lacrosse Upended By Drew

THE BASICS 

Score: Drew 18, Emerson 6

Records: Emerson Lions (3-1) ; Drew Rangers (5-0) 

Location: Boston, Mass. (Rotch Field)

Date: March 10, 2022

The Lead: Freshman Callie Krosin and Jules Rein each found the back of the net twice as the Emerson women's lacrosse team was upended in their first loss of 2022 to Drew, 18-6, on Thursday afternoon. 


INSIDE THE NUMBERS 

EMERSON

Krosin & Rein: two goals
Lauren Longstreet:
one goal & three assists 
Maddy Reyes:
one goal 
Ainsley Basic:
six ground balls
Basic, Amelia Toscano & Samantha Duggan: three caused turnovers

GOALIE: Nina Khosla (L, 3-1) - 18 goals allowed on 33 shots with 15 saves through 60 minutes 


DREW

Ella Champigny: six goals & five ground balls 
Lizzy Barrett: five goals & four assists
Jenna Draney, Hailey Simmons & Meliha Emini: two goals 
Rachael West: one goal 
Maggie Neally: two caused turnovers 
Simmons: one assist 

GOALIE: Anna Horne (W, 5-0) - six goals allowed on 21 shots with 15 stops through 60 minutes 


HOW IT HAPPENED 

  • Krosin put in her first goal at the 12:55 mark to give Emerson the early 1-0 lead, but 30 seconds later, Draney and Barrett slipped in a pair of nets for Drew to give the visitors the 2-1 edge. Krosin and Longstreet followed up Drew's pair of goals with two of their own to once again put Emerson on top, 3-2, with 6:06 on the clock. Emini rounded out the first quarter scoring with a man-down tally at 3:15 to lock the score at 3-all. 
  • Champigny and Draney potted goals nearly a minute apart to start off Drew's 7-2 scoring run in the second stanza as the Rangers pushed the lead to 5-3 at 13:43. Emerson was able to capitalize on two penalties committed by Drew and saw back-to-back man-up goals tallied by Reyes and Rein to level the score at 5-all at the 12:16 mark. 
  • With the score in a 5-all lock, Drew went on a five-goal tear and put Emerson in a five-goal deficit at the break at 10-5. 
  • Longstreet recorded the lone Emerson goal in the third on a free-position marker at 7:47 as Drew added on six more goals to up their lead to 16-6 at the end of three. 
  • Emerson sent eight shots towards Horne in the fourth, but none found the back of the net. Barrett and Simmons registered the only two goals in the final frame to put the score at 18-6 as the Lions were handed their first setback of 2022. 

 

UP NEXT

  • Emerson concludes its two game home stand on Wednesday, March 16th as they host Rhode Island College at 6:00 p.m.