Privateers End Season with Senior Day Win vs. Old Westbury

THROGGS NECK, N.Y. (April 20, 2013) The Maritime women's lacrosse team ended the 2013 season with a 10-8 win over SUNY Old Westbury at home on Saturday. The Privateers finish the year with a record of 3-11 (2-8 Skyline), while the Panthers fall to 2-15 (1-10 Skyline). Maritime surpassed its win total from last year.

Prior to the game, the women's lacrosse program paid tribute to their three graduating seniors with a special Senior Day Ceremony. Seniors Molly Divens (Beltsville, Md./Eleanor Roosevelt), Victoria DeLouise (Rockville Centre, N.Y./South Side) and Gina Campbell (Copiague, N.Y./St. John the Baptist) were all honored at midfield.

Maritime freshman Jackie Golematis (Douglaston, N.Y./St. Francis Prep) scored the first goal of the game early in the opening half. Old Westbury answered with two goals before freshman Jori Cooper (Chazy, N.Y./Chazy Central Rwal) scored the second goal for the Privateers. Golematis scored another goal before the end of the half and the Panthers took a 6-3 lead into the break.

The second half opened with an Old Westbury goal before Maritime rifled off three of its own. Golematis, sophomore Sydney Carella (Greenville, N.Y./Greenville) and freshman Leanne Lavelle (New Windsor, N.Y./Washingtonville) brought Maritime back within one goal at 7-6.

Sopohmore Charlotte Acklin (Lewes, Del./West Broward) chipped in with a goal and that was quickly followed by Lavelle's game-tying goal. Acklin scored the next goal to give the Privateers their first lead in the half. The last goal was scored by DeLouise with 50 seconds left in the game, a perfect way to end her Privateer career. Freshman Meghin Paczkowski (Oceanside, N.Y./Oceanside) made five saves on goal to pull out the win.

Old Westbury was lead in scoring by sophomore Anna Noens who scored three goals and senior JoAnna Kettell who scored one goal and chipped in with one assist. Sophomore Jordan Schildt contributed one goal and one assist and lead the team with six groudballs and seven turnovers. Junior goalie Sara Braverman registered 12 saves on the game.


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