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Women's lacrosse falls in ECAC semifinals against Drew

Women's lacrosse falls in ECAC semifinals against Drew

MADISON, N.J. – The Marymount University women's lacrosse team fell in the Eastern College Athletic Conference semifinals, 16-5, to Drew University on Saturday afternoon.

The Rangers scored the first-three goals of the game, before senior Jessica Crew found the back of the cage. Crew scored both goals for the Saints in the first half, but Drew led, 8-2, at the break.

Crew finished with three goals in the game, to bring her season total to 93 goals and 103 points, as she set the single-season record in both statistics this season.

Junior Madison Davis started the second half with a goal to cut the Ranger lead to 8-3, but Drew added three-more scores, before senior Bridgette Stacom found the back of the cage.

Crew added her final tally at the 7:12 mark to cap the scoring for the Saints in the game.

Crew finishes her career as the all-time leader in the program in career goals (255), while ranking second in the program with 292 points.

This season saw the Saints reach the ECAC semifinals for the fourth-straight season, with the most decorated offensive trio in program history. The team also tied the program record for wins in a season, with 13.

Stacom (166 points) and senior Kelly Campbell (143 points) both earned spots in the program record books for career points at sixth and 11th, respectively. They both are also in the top 10 in career goals, as Stacom sits fourth with 135 and Campbell ranks eighth with 107. Stacom also became the program leader in career draw controls with 292.

Senior Holly Reik played all 60 minutes in the goal for the Saints, making 12 saves in the game. Reik finishes the year second in program history with 729 career saves.