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Senior midfielder Marlena Welsh leads the Rutgers women's lacrosse team in goals, points, shots and shots on goal, and ranks second in assists. The Jarretsville,'Md., native has 34 goals and 10 assists to combine for her 44 points. She plays her final home game with the Knights on Sunday against Georgetown at Yurcak Field.
The Rutgers women's lacrosse team said from the beginning that this season, like every season, is about getting into the Big East Tournament.
Sophomore goaltender Lily Kalata played the first 45 minutes against Villanova yesterday, when she allowed just four goals and made nine saves to help the Scarlet Knights to a 13-10 victory. Backup Aimee Chotikul finished the final 15 minutes.
Midfielder Ali Steinberg scored four goals, including the game winner, last night at Yurcak Field. The junior's performance brought her season total to 31 goals, which ranks second on the team.
Hoping to generate an end-of-the-season run, the Rutgers women's lacrosse team needed to right the ship in its second to last game of the season.
Senior attack'Katie Marino gave the Knights their first goal of the game Saturday against No. 6 Loyola and added another tally later in the Big East Conference contest. Rutgers has just two games remaining on its regular season schedule with the loss.
On paper, it looked like Loyola dominated the Rutgers women's lacrosse team in its 15-6 win.
It took two months and 13 games, but the Loyola women's lacrosse team lost a game for the first time this season Tuesday against Georgetown.
Freshman midfielder Lauren Sbrilli started seven of the Knights' 13 games to this point and scored in her collegiate debut on Feb. 23 against Temple.
The last two games for the Rutgers women's lacrosse team began the same way — a goal by freshman Lauren Sbrilli.
Junior attack Danielle Mascera scored a career-high two goals Sunday in Rutgers' 12-9 win over Cincinnati. Her second goal capped a four-goal Rutgers outburst.
The Rutgers women's lacrosse team ended its weekend on a high note with a 12-9 win yesterday against Cincinnati to end a Big East slump, which most recently showed up in Friday's 10-8 loss to Louisville.
Sophomore goalie Aimee Chotikul split time with classmate Lily Kalata in net for the Knights, appearing in five of the team's 11 games this season.
Sophomore Lily Kalata usually headlines a Rutgers defense that ranks second in the Big East in goals
Second in the Big East in points allowed, the Rutgers women's lacrosse team's defense finally found success with a blend of experienced defenders and some who are new to the mix.