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Women’s lacrosse continues perfect CSAC record for 11th straight season

“Today was a total team effort win,”said sophomore Caitlyn Poole. “Everyone contributed to their time on the field and together we got the win.”

Senior Erin McLaughlin had 7 ground balls in Cabrini's win over Rosemont.  (John Howard/Staff Photographer)

Senior Erin McLaughlin had 7 ground balls in Cabrini’s win over Rosemont. (John Howard/Staff Photographer)

The Cabrini women’s lacrosse team has done it again. Another perfect conference record for the 11th year in a row with their 18-2 win over Rosemont College on Tuesday, April 22. The Cavs are ranked 8-0 in the Colonial State Athletic Conference and 11-4 overall.

“We take pride in not only winning but also being one of the best teams in the CSAC,” said junior Megan Decker. “Not many teams can say that they have been undefeated in the CSAC for 11 seasons.” 

On the field junior Lacie Doubet became the sixth member in Cabrini history to score over 200 points. This feat took over 53 career games to accomplish.

From the start of the game the teams were tied at 1-1 until the Cavs opened up on Rosemont with 12 unanswered goals taking the lead and setting the way for a victory.

Sophmores Poole and Maura O’Connell put up three goals while junior Melissa Scanzano scored three goals.

With this victory the Lady Cavs are given not just the home field advantage but also the number one seed for the playoffs.

“We came up with the big win today which made us undefeated in the CSAC and in first place going into playoffs,” said Decker.

On Thursday, April 24 the Lady Cavs return to their home field to face off with the College of New Jersey and to celebrate seniors Sam LaMaina, Erin McLaughlin, Allie May, Janel Folkomer, Suz Gernnaro, Bree Thompson, Beatrice McQuiston and Sarah Mean’s final regular home season game.

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