Old Westbury Falls at Mount Saint Vincent

YONKERS, NY -- Old Westbury's comeback attempt fell short Saturday evening after dropping a 17-10 Skyline Conference road battle to the Mount Saint Vincent Dolphins. The loss sent Old Westbury (3-11) to 1-5 in conference play, while the Dolphins (4-7) moved to 2-4.

Mount Saint Vincent jumped out to a three goal advantage before Meaghan Haber answered for the Panthers at 16:45 to make it a 3-1 game. Following Kelly Fraser's third goal of the game at 12:36, Maria Dischley extended her scoring streak to 11 games with her 18th goal of the season at 11:43. Mount Saint Vincent added three more goals to close out the half with a 7-2 lead at the break.

Dischley then added her 19th goal of the season 2:12 into play in the second half to register her sixth multi-goal game of the season. Courtney Gallagher followed 1:14 later with her 18th goal of the season to extend her scoring streak to 11 games. Mount Saint Vincent replied to Old Westbury's spurt with a 2-0 run of their own before Gallagher netted a pair of goals at 19:06 and 17:21 to tie a program record with her fifth career hat trick.

The Dolphins then scored two more goals and Haber recorded her third multi-goal game of the season with her 12th score of the season at 15:23. Gallagher capped the Panther run off with a pair of goals to trim the deficit to two goals with 11:02 remaining. Gallagher set a career-high with her 23rd goal of the season with 8:41 to make it a 12-10 game. Mount Saint Vincent closed out the final 7:45 with a 5-0 to secure the victory.

Dischley and Gallagher both extended their scoring streaks to a program record 11 games. Dicshley also added her sixth assist of the season while contributing six ground balls (tied career-high), six draw controls and three caused turnovers. Gallagher added a career-high nine shots on the game and Haber added a career-best seven draw controls and Sara Bey followed by controlling four draws. Jordan Schildt scooped up four ground balls and Jackie Cartagena (3-11) set a program record with 15 saves in defeat.

Fraser paced the Dolphins with six goals while Laura Carr had eight ground balls, four caused turnovers, four draw controls, two goals and one assist. Jessica McAllister added three goals and five draw controls. Kacie McCormack (4-7) made 13 saves in net for Mount Saint Vincent.

Old Westbury tied a program record with 17 draw controls to hold a 17-12 edge while Mount Saint Vincent held the advantage in shots (39-28) and ground balls (31-16).


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