Goucher Breezes Past Elizabethtown in Landmark Play

TOWSON, Md. - Elizabethtown set new season marks offensively in shots and shots on goal, but fell 19-3 to Goucher Saturday afternoon in Landmark Conference action. Dana Robidoux led the Jays with a team-high seven shots.

Robidoux has been a workhorse in the midfield during the beginning stages of the season and is relied upon heavily to create chances offensively for Elizabethtown (0-6, 0-2 Landmark). Saturday saw her come through with her first career hat trick.

Megan Meluskey had Goucher (6-4, 1-0 Landmark) up 1-0 in the first minute off a feed from Hannah Mae Brown. Less than two minutes later, Robidoux struck for E-town, tying the game up at 1-1 with a little over 27 minutes left in the first half.

The Gopher put in two more over the next three minutes to move ahead 3-1, but E-town's starting goalie Beata Palosz and the Jays' defense was able to keep them off the board for the next nine minutes, and that's when Robidoux cashed in again. She netted her second of the contest with 15:44 remaining in the opening half.

Goucher began to pull away after Robidoux's second, scoring the next five goals before the sophomore mid completed her hat trick with 3:46 left before halftime, making it 8-3. GU led 11-3 at the half.

After nine shots in the first half, Elizabethtown only registered four in the second half, but still finished with a season high 13 (ten on goal). Robidoux accounted for seven of the shots.

Robidoux led the Blue Jays in ground balls (five) and draw controls (three). She and Krissy Pennell both recorded two caused turnovers.

Pennell, Emily Young, and Addie Stang had three ground balls apiece, while Stang added two draw controls.

Palosz played all 60 minutes in the cage for E-town, making three saves.

Rita Meissner and Anneke Ossorio posted five goals each to pace Goucher.

The women's lacrosse team returns home to Wolf Field for a non-conference game against Hood on Tuesday, March 25 at 4:00 p.m.


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