GLENSIDE, Pa. – The Marymount University women's lacrosse team went on the road on Wednesday afternoon, defeating Arcadia University, 15-11.
The Saints found themselves down early, as Arcadia opened with three goals in the first five minutes of the game.
Junior Eliana Cassel cut into the lead with two goals just over two minutes apart, but the Knights rebuilt their lead, 5-2.
At the break, the Saints held a slight, 15-13, lead in shots, while converting on all eight clear attempts.
Crew opened the second half with her second goal, netting the 200th goal of her career.
The Knights answered with a goal, but senior Kelly Campbell netted two-straight scores to bring the Saints to within one, 9-8.
Following another Arcadia goal, Campbell took a pass from senior Bridgette Stacom, sparking a seven-goal run for the Saints. Campbell scored three of the goals in the run, on the way to a team-high five in the game.
Stacom then assisted junior Madison Davis, before Cassel netted her fourth score.
Campbell's next goal came on another pass from Stacom, before Stacom found the goal herself, assisted by Davis. Stacom tallied four points in the spurt.
Campbell and Crew capped the scoring, taking a 15-10 lead with 35 seconds to play.
The Knights found the goal one more time, but Marymount had already secured the victory.
Senior goalkeeper Holly Reik set a new career-high with 18 saves in the game for her sixth win of the season.
Campbell led the way with six points (five goals and one assist), while Cassel added five points (four goals and one assist).
The Saints return home to Long Bridge Park on Saturday, March 23 to host Washington & Jefferson College for the team's Wade's Army Game; the opening draw is set for 6 p.m.