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After ending the season on a four-game losing streak, any positivity surrounding the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team is directed toward its future. With a young attack and an experienced returning defense, the Scarlet Knights have much to look forward to.
Junior midfielder Katrina Martinelli looks to become a leader offensively.
Sophomore defender Hollie DiMuro led the Knights defense this season with 40 groundballs and 25 caused turnovers.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team’s season was a tale of two halves. The Scarlet Knights began with the best start in program history, sitting at 7-1 at the midway point and finding their way into the national polls at No. 18 in the country.
Sophomore defender Hollie DiMuro was part of a unit that ranked sixth in the country in scoring defense.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team dropped its final two games of the season last weekend, as it closed out Big East play with four straight losses. The Scarlet Knights lost Sunday to Cincinnati, 9-8, after they fell Friday to Louisville, 14-1.
Junior midfielder Katrina Martinelli led Rutgers with two goals Sunday against Cincinnati and an assist Friday against Louisville. Despite the efforts, the Knights dropped both contests and ended the season 1-7 in Big East action.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team is on the road for the first time this month, travelling to Louisville today to begin the final weekend of regular season action. The Scarlet Knights (9-6, 1-5) will then travel to Cincinnati (6-8, 0-6) on Sunday for its final contest.
Freshman attack Halley Barnes scored three goals in two games last weekend, including a pair Sunday against Loyola. She has 20 points on the season.
Chrissy Schreiber is one of three freshmen to contribute to the Rutgers women’s lacrosse offense. The midfielder played in all 15 games this season with starts in 13 of them. “The experience is definitely going to help us in the future, me being a freshman,” Schreiber said.
Midfielder Chrissy Schreiber scored a late goal April 7 against No. 7 Syracuse.
Freshman midfielder Chrissy Schreiber has nine goals, but she has also contributed to the defense by causing five turnovers.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team enters the final weekend of its regular season in an entirely different situation than where it was a month ago. The Scarlet Knights are on the road for their remaining two games, hoping to find a spot in the Big East Tournament.
Senior attack Annie McGinley has scored 13 goals this season to go along with her seven assists.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team dropped its final two home games of the regular season last weekend. The Scarlet Knights fell yesterday at home to No. 13 Loyola, 10-4, following a 13-5 loss Friday to No. 8 Georgetown. Loyola (9-6, 5-1) dominated defensively, holding the Knights to their lowest scoring output of the season.
Senior goalkeeper Lily Kalata helped the Knights defense hold Loyola to 10 goals on 26 shots despite injuries. But thanks to its lowest-scoring output of the season, Rutgers fell, 10-4.
Attack Haley Barnes paced RU against Loyala with two goals.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team this weekend wraps up its regular season home schedule. No. 8 Georgetown (9-3, 3-1) visits the RU Turf Field on Friday before the Scarlet Knights (9-4, 1-3) host No. 13 Loyola (Md.) Sunday on Senior Day.
When the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team allowed only six goals in Saturday’s win against Villanova, it proved to be on pace with the defensive standard it set for itself. The Scarlet Knights allow on average just more than six-and-a-half goals per game, which sits only behind Stony Brook for the best in the nation.
Junior midfielder Katrina Martinelli and the rest of the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team will have two opportunities this weekend to earn a win against a ranked team.