Brown Nets Six as Rangers Roll Past Muhlenberg

MADISON, N.J. (April 6, 2011) – Drew (4-6) snapped its six-game losing streak in a 19-8 rout of Muhlenberg (4-6) this afternoon at a rainy Ranger Stadium. Senior Stacie Brown (Upper Marlboro, Md./Calverton School) scored a season-high six goals and added an assist in the offensive explosion.

In the process, Brown surpassed Judy Cavalli for third on the Rangers all-time goal list. Her fourth goal of the first half was her 186th goal of her career, passing Cavalli who netted 185 from 1982-85. She now sits behind Drew Hall of Famer Karen Townsend and '04 graduate Kara Fetter for the most goals in school history.

Brown and the Rangers dominated from the first draw, scoring the game's first seven goals. Brown had a hand in four of the Rangers first six goals. She scored the game's first two goals and later fed Becca Schild (Princeton, N.J./Princeton) to put the Rangers up 3-0 just 5:14 into the game. The freshman Schild, scored a career –high four goals and dished off two assists to match Brown's six points on the day.

The Mules finally got on the board at the 13:44 mark of the first half and rattled off four of the next five goals, closing the gap to 8-4. That would be the closest Muhlenberg would get for the remainder of the game. The Rangers scored the half's final four goals, including Brown's milestone, then continued the run with the first three of the second half.

Sloane Coles (The Plains, Va./Foxcroft) recorded her first hat trick of the spring and scooped up a game-high five draw controls as the Rangers outscored the Mules 7-4 over the final 30 minutes of play.

On the defensive side of the ball, Jasmine Cordi-Miller (Whippany, N.J./Whippany) tracked down a total of five ground balls and had a caused turnover. In net, Rachel Hanley (Randolph, N.J./Randolph) made eight saves and picked up her fourth win of the year.

The Rangers will travel south to take on Rowan on Saturday afternoon for a non-conference battle slated for 1:00.


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