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In its first Big East Tournament since 2008, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team was defeated by No. 17 Louisville yesterday in Washington, D.C., 17-6.The Scarlet Knights (9-9, 3-4) had no answers for the Cardinals (14-3, 7-0) all game and finished the season with a 9-9 record in their final season in the Big East.
Sophomore midfielder Chrissy Schreiber tied for a team-high two goals in the Knights loss’ to Louisville in the Big East semifinals.
Following its close win against Temple last Friday, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team has reached the playoffs for the first time since 2008, accomplishing its preseason goal of making the Big East Tournament. But if you ask anyone on the team, they are not satisfied just to be there.
Junior defender Hollie DiMuro said Rutgers needs to gain the advantage in the draw in order to minimize Louisville’s possessions in the Big East Tournament.
Junior midfielder Lauren Sbrilli said that Louisville has some of the top scorers in the country and are relentless in their attack.
For the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team, its goal of making the Big East Tournament has been fulfilled. The Scarlet Knights (9-8, 3-4) have overcome a great deal of adversity to get to this point. The Knights lost senior captain and midfielder Amanda Trendell to injury March 29 against Villanova. They also fought until the final day of conference play to secure a playoff spot.
Junior midfielder Lauren Sbrilli redshirted last season after suffering an ACL tear. She leads the Knights in total points and is ninth in the AAC in goals per game.
Sophomore midfielder Kristin Kocher also redshirted following an ACL injury last season. She has 19 goals and six assists this year.
On a day with emotions riding high and the season on the line, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team pulled out a tight 11-10 win Friday night against Temple at High Point Solutions Stadium. It was senior day for the Scarlet Knights (9-8, 3-4) and potentially the last game for many of the players that have been relied upon to carry Rutgers all season.
Sophomore attacker Kim Kolodny fights for the ball. She scored the winning goal.
Junior midfielder Lauren Sbrilli runs from several Temple defenders during Rutgers’ victory Friday night. She scored a team-high four goals and added two assists to help the Knights clinch the fourth seed in the conference tournament.
The whole season for the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team will be on the line tonight at High Point Solutions Stadium. After an up-and-down season that has resulted in an 8-8 overall record and a 2-4 record in the Big East, the Scarlet Knights’ postseason fate will be decided in their regular-season finale against Temple (6-9, 3-3).
Senior attacker Katrina Martinelli said Rutgers must maintain its composure, and that one player’s actions can affect the whole team.
Senior defender Chelsea Intrabartola said the team will need to be sharp for the entire game against Temple if the Knights have any hope of topping the evenly-matched Owls tonight at High Point Solutions Stadium.
In the state of New Jersey, Rutgers stands as the flagship public University in terms of academics and athletics. At the high school level, there are many schools that compete for recognition as the top athletic program in the state. Some are powerhouses in football or basketball, but when it comes to girl’s lacrosse, there is no school in New Jersey that can match the résumé put together by Moorestown High School.
Senior attacker Katrina Martnelli has made 12 appearances for the Knights this season. Martinelli has scored seven times and added four assists. She was a part of three state championship teams for Moorestown High School and is one of six former Quakers to take the field for Rutgers.
The entire season comes down to one game for the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team. Following a 1-1 road trip against Big East rivals Cincinnati and Louisville, the Scarlet Knights (8-8, 2-4) must come out with a victory in their final game Friday if they wish to have a chance at making the Big East Tournament.
Senior defender Chelsea Intrabartola said the urgency to make the Big East Tournament is high in RU’s last year in the Big East.
Senior attacker Megan Clements scored a career-high six goals against Cincinnati. Clements is second on the team in goals and points.
With the season coming down to the final stretch, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team is determined to finish the rest of the season 3-0. The Scarlet Knights (7-7, 1-3) know that if they win out in the regular season, a Big East Tournament berth is likely. The Knights currently sit in sixth place in the conference, one game behind the qualifying top four. Villanova, one of the teams tied for fourth, holds the tiebreaker over the Knights with a 14-11 win March 29.