Dolphins Ground Eagles, Match Longest Winning Streak

Yonkers, N.Y. The College of Mount Saint Vincent continued its high scoring attack on Monday night with a 20-3 victory over the College of Saint Elizabeth. The win is the Dolphins' fourth straight and matches the program's longest winning streak.

Mount Saint Vincent had seven players record at least one point in the game and had five with multi point efforts on the night. Jessie Mitchell (Suffern, N.Y.) led the way with nine points on the strength of six goals and three assists. Kristen LeGeyt (Stony Point, N.Y.) also had a strong game with seven points after scoring four times and assisting on three goals.

The Dolphins put the game away early, scoring 16 goals in the first half. The Mount scored five goals in the first five minutes of the contest, with Julia Caro (Mamaroneck, N.Y.) scoring two of her four goals over that stretch.

Nicole Flores (Bethpage, N.Y.) also joined the scoring action with three tallies in the game and also led the squad with four draw controls. Elizabeth Delaney (Warwick, N.Y.) and Diana Lawless (Rockville Centre, N.Y.) each also added a goal for the Mount.

Mount Saint Vincent held a large edge in every team category on Monday night, outshooting the Eagles 33-7 and holding the edge in draw controls 16-9. LeGeyt and Mitchell each won three draw controls, while Delaney and Lauren Perla (Holbrook, N.Y.) added two each.

The Dolphins also held a 34-9 advantage in groundballs on the night and had eight players pick up at least two. Mitchell led the way with seven and Colleen Walsh (Manchester, Vt.) scooped five.

Dina Toledo scored all three goals for the Eagles on the night, while Meghan Murray secured five groundballs to lead the team. Murray also led Saint Elizabeth with five draw controls on the night.

Kellie McCormack (Mahopac, N.Y.) earned the win between the pipes for the Mount after pitching a shutout in the first half and making one save. Barbara Beresova made 11 saves in goal for the Eagles.

After dropping the first two games of the season, Mount Saint Vincent stands at 4-2 overall. The Dolphins will look to stay perfect in league play on Wednesday when they travel to Farmingdale St. Opening draw with the Rams is scheduled for 4:00 p.m.


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