Western New England Corrals the Bison

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - Senior midfielder Lindsey Fenton (Pelham, MA) netted six goals and had an assist in becoming the school's all-time scoring leader as the Western New England College women's lacrosse team defeated visiting Nichols 22-5 Wednesday afternoon (Apr. 7).

The Golden Bears, who evened their record at 5-5, are now 3-1 in The Commonwealth Coast Conference (TCCC) while the Bison fall to 2-6 overall and 1-4 in the conference.

Fenton's seven points gave her 280 for her career, breaking the old mark of 275 previously set by Shannon Pizzingrilli Romach from 2002-04.

Freshman midfielder Megan Doyle (Putnam Valley, NY) enjoyed a six-point outing with four goals and a pair of assists. Junior defender Nicole Poli (Medfield, MA) added three goals and an assist.

Sophomore attacker Katie Toomy (Northborough, MA) and freshman attacker Julianne Green (Brightwaters, NY) each contributed two goals and two assists.

Western New England College took an early 4-0 lead just 4:09 into the game and held a 13-4 advantage at intermission.

Sophomore attacker Krista-Jean Forand (Plymouth, MA) tallied three goals for the visitors while junior defender Kaitlyn DiBuono (Auburn, MA) and sophomore defender Chelsea Shaughnessy (Halifax, MA) also hit the back of the net.

Sophomore goalie Mary Michaud (Agawam, MA) settled down after a shaky start and compiled 22 saves, including many nice stops throughout the contest.

Sports News from Western New England College Wednesday, April 7, 2010

2010-04-07



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