Van Dyke's Nine Pts. Help No. 17 Stony Brook Sail by Siena

Stony Brook, N.Y. Freshman Dorrien Van Dyke totaled a freshman-record nine points on five goals and four assists as No. 17 Stony Brook downed Siena, 19-6, Saturday afternoon at LaValle Stadium.

The nine points are tied for fifth-most in #Seawolves single-game history with multiple players and are the most for a player other than former All-American Claire Petersen.

Van Dyke added a team-high four draw controls to her stat line for Stony Brook (7-2). Freshmen attackers Courtney Murphy (four goals, one assist) and Alyssa Guido (two goals, two assists) recorded five points and four points, respectively. Classmate and midfielder Kristin Yevoli tallied one goal and one helper as freshmen accounted for 71.4 percent (20 of 28) of the Seawolves' 28 points.

Senior Frankie Caridi and freshman Kaitlyn Leahy made four stops apiece in net. Casey Irwin and Erin Mossop each scored a hat trick for Seina (2-7).

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Dorrien Van Dyke scored nine points as 17th ranked Stony Brook rolled Siena Women's Lacrosse 19-6 on Long Island. Casey Irwin and Erin Mossop both netted hat tricks for the Saints which concluded non-conference play with a 2-7 record.

Stony Brook (7-2) led by double digits for the final 40 minutes and 14-2 at the half as Siena fell to 0-4 all-time against IWLCA Top-20 opponents. The Seawolves out-shot the Saints 33-16 and harbored a 23-12 advantage in groundballs.

Siena was strong on the draw once again, holding a decisive 17-10 edge. Junior captain Julia Sirianni, who broke the program's all-time career record for draw controls Thursday vs. Binghamton, added a game-high six. Her younger sister, freshman Briana Sirianni, picked up four groundballs and won five draw controls after winning 10 Thursday marking the second most in school history.

Van Dyke scored five goals and added four assists while winning four draw controls to pace the defending America East Champions. Courtney Murphy added five points and Natalie Marciniak notched a hat trick.

Siena opens conference action when they host new MAAC member Monmouth Saturday at noon at Siena Turf Field.


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