Women's Lacrosse - NCAA Second Round

May 14, 2017

NO. 1 MARYLAND 21, High Point 6

COLLEGE PARK, Md.
Top-seeded Maryland began its NCAA Tournament draw with an offensive flurry, defeating High Point 21-6 in a second round game in College Park, Md. on Sunday. Junior attack Megan Whittle scored five goals for the Terps, including four during a 7-0 run to start the game. Joining Whittle with multiple-goal games were Zoe Stukenberg (3G, 2A), Kacie Longo (4G), Caroline Steele (2G, 2A), Jen Giles (3G), and Kali Hartshorn (2G).

Maryland moves on to host No. 8 Stony Brook in a quarterfinal game in College Park on Saturday, May 20 at 12 p.m. ET.

MARYLAND RECAP


NO. 4 PENN STATE 19, James Madison 14

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. –
Penn State used an eight-point performance from sophomore Madison Carter (6G, 2A) to defeat visiting James Madison, 19-14, in a NCAA Tournament second round game on Sunday afternoon. Carter was joined in the offensive attack by Katie O’Donnell (4G), Steph Lazo (2G, 3A), Kayla Brisolari (2G, 2A), and Maria Auth (3G, 1A). Goaltender Cat Rainone stopped eight shots to preserve the victory for the No. 4 Nittany Lions.

Penn State will host No. 5 Princeton in a quarterfinal game next Sunday, May 21 at 1 p.m. ET in a rematch of a contest from March 21, 2017 when PSU picked up a road victory, 13-8.

PENN STATE RECAP


No. 8 Stony Brook 13, NORTHWESTERN 9

STONY BROOK, N.Y. – Northwestern concluded its 2017 season in a hard-fought game at No. 8 Stony Brook, falling by a score of 13-9. The Wildcats were led offensively by Danita Stroup (3G, 1A) for the second-straight game, and also saw offensive contributions from Megan Kinna (5A), Christina Esposito (1G, 1A), Nicole Beardsley (2G), and Catie Ingrilli (2G).

The Seawolves were paced by Tewaaraton Award finalist Kylie Ohlmiller (2G, 4A).

NORTHWESTERN RECAP