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Women's Lacrosse Takes Down NEWMAC Foe Mount Holyoke; 15-11

Credit: Kayla Buck
Credit: Kayla Buck


Score: Emerson 15, Mount Holyoke 11

Record: Emerson Lions (6-2, 1-1 NEWMAC) ; Mount Holyoke College (1-5, 0-2 NEWMAC) 

Location: South Hadley, MA

Date: March 26, 2022

The Lead: Behind 6 goals from Freshman Callie Krosinthe Emerson Women's Lacrosse team won their 2nd game in a row and earning their 1st NEWMAC victory of the season with a 15-11 win over Mount Holyoke on Saturday afternoon.




Callie Krosin: 6 goals and 4 groundballs

Julia Burns: 3 goals and 1 assist

Jules Rein: 3 goals

Ainsley Basic: 1 goal, 4 assists, and 4 groundballs

GOALIE: Nina Khosla
 (W, 6-2) – 11 goals allowed on 20 shots with 9 saves.


Allie Brown: 8 goals and 1 assist

Lucy Stone: 2 goals and 3 assists

Emma Legacki: 1 goal

 Emma Loise Tower (L 1-5)- 15 goals allowed on 29 shots with 14 saves.


  • Mount Holyoke was able to strike first as Allie Brown found the back of the net with 1 of her game-high 8 goals 2 minutes into the 1st quarter; giving Mount Holyoke a 1-0 advantage.
  • No more than 20 seconds later, Senior Julia Burns knotted the score at 1-1 with a goal of her own.
  • The Lions would add 2 more goals in the 1st quarter; 1 from Freshman Callie Krosin and another from Senior Hannah Beck, ultimately giving Emerson a 3-2 lead after 1 quarter.
  • Krosin would open the 2nd quarter with another one of her team-high 6 goals, on an assist from Senior Ainsley Basic, giving Emerson a 4-2 advantage early in the 2nd quarter.
  • Sophomore Jules Rein, would net 2 of her 3 goals in the 2nd quarter, while Mount Holyoke's Allie Brown would find the back of the net 3 times. Emerson held on to an 8-6 advantage heading into halftime.
  • Allie Brown would net another 2 goals in the 3rd quarter, cutting the Lions lead to just 1, before a Lucy Stone goal tied the game a 9-9 with 8:07 remaining in the 3rd quarter.
  • Two minutes later, Rein would score her 3rd goal of the day; reclaiming the lead for the Lions.
  • Freshman Samantha Duggan would also find the back of the net on an assist from Rein, keeping the Lions ahead by 1 goal after 3 full quarters.
  • The Lions would score 4 unanswered goals in the 4th quarter, including 3 goals from Krosin; pushing their lead to 15-10.
  • Allie Brown would score a late goal for Mount Holyoke, but it was not enough as the Lions secured the 15-11 victory.



The Lions return home as they welcome in MIT for another NEWMAC battle on Friday, April 1 at 7pm.