Women's Lacrosse Falls To MIT In NEWMAC Home Opener

Women's Lacrosse Falls To MIT In NEWMAC Home Opener


Score: MIT 21, Emerson 3

Records: Emerson Lions (6-3, 1-2 NEWMAC) ; MIT Engineers (4-4, 2-1 NEWMAC)

Location: Boston, Mass. (Rotch Field)

Date: April 1, 2022

The Lead: Freshman Callie Krosin tallied two of the Lions' goals with another coming from senior Hannah Beck in the Emerson women's lacrosse team's NEWMAC home opening setback to MIT, 21-3, on Friday night. 




Krosin: two goals

Hannah Beck: one goal & four ground balls 
Lauren Longstreet: one assist 
Julia Mallon: two caused turnovers
Ainsley Basic, Jules Rein & Longstreet: two draw controls 

GOALIE: Nina Khosla
(L, 6-3) - 21 goals allowed on 34 shots with 13 stops through 60 minutes



Julianna Flushe: five goals
Ellie Rabenold: four goals & three draw controls
Lindsey Gambino: three goals
Naomi Lutz: two goals & two assists
Grace Ann Carlson
Emma Taukus: two goals
Sydney Pyon: two goals & four ground balls
Makena Armstrong: two assists
Nora Donnelly: three draw controls

GOALIE: Kiely Smiga-McManus (W, 4-4) - three goals allowed on six shots with three saves through 60 minutes



  • In the first 15 minutes, MIT outscored Emerson, 10-1, to take the nine-goal lead over the Lions. Rabenold potted the first MIT goal at 13:54 before Flushe strung together a trio of nets to push the visitors leads to 4-0 at 10:57.
  • Emerson saw their deficit reach seven after a net from Gambino before Krosin found the back of the net for the Lions' first marker at 6:32. Before the frame's end, the Engineers put in another pair of goals from Taukus and Carlson.
  • Four goals were scored within the second frame, three from MIT and one from Emerson as the Engineers held the 13-2 advantage. MIT tallied goals from three different scorers, including Rabenold, Gambino and Lutz, while Emerson got its lone goal from Beck at 4:25.
  • MIT began the third stanza with a pair of man-up markers from Donnelly and Rabenold with 7:49 left in the quarter. Pyon added on another MIT goal at 5:51 before Emerson tacked on its third tally on a goal from Krosin with 21 ticks on the clock.
  • It was the visiting Engineers who did all the scoring in the fourth and added on five more nets to put the final score at 21-3.



  • Emerson takes a quick break from league action and takes on Mass. Maritime on Tuesday, April 5th at 7:00 p.m.