Women's Lacrosse Falls To Plymouth State, 15-12
, April 8, 2004 – Despite four goals from Springfield College sophomore forward Holly Carmody (Wayland, Mass.)
, Plymouth State defeated the Pride, 15-12, this evening on Benedum Field snapping SC’s six-game win streak.
Plymouth (7-0) senior midfielder Katie Sheridan (West Sayville, N.Y.)
was credited with a game-high seven goals and an assist as the Panthers remained undefeated in 2004.
Plymouth got the game started with four unanswered goals, including a pair by senior midfielder Michelle Norton (Sandwich, Mass.)
to take a 4-0 lead with 23:38 remaining in the half.
SC (6-2) freshman midfielder Melissa Pond (Wayland, Mass.)
put the Pride on the board at the 20:15 mark, before two more Plymouth goals, including the second of four goals in the game by sophomore forward Bethany Brown (Norwich, Conn.)
, increased the Panther lead to 6-1, with 12:06 on the clock.
Goals by Carmody at the 11:06 mark, and junior forward Erin Looney (West Springfield, Mass.)
brought the Pride within three goals with 8:27 remaining in the half. SC freshman forward Heidi Eidse (Bryn Athyn, Pa.)
scored her first goal of the game at the 6:39 mark, before three unanswered goals by Sheridan, including two in a seven-second span, gave Plymouth a 9-4 lead with 2:39 remaining in the half. Eidse finished the first-half scoring with a tally with 29 seconds remaining to make the halftime score, 10-5, in favor of the visiting team.
The two teams traded two goals apiece to make the score 12-7 with 17:08 to play in the game. Back-to-back goals by Carmody and senior forward Libby Beinert (Williston, Vt.)
brought SC within three goals, 12-9, with 12:52 on the clock.
Plymouth answered with a pair of goals of its own by Brown and Sheridan, to lead, 14-9, at the 6:44 mark. Beinert (at 6:04) and Looney (at 4:59) each tallied goals to make the score, 14-11, before Sheridan’s final goal with 4:26 remaining put the game out of reach for SC, which was only able to muster one more goal by Carmody at the 2:33 mark.
Sophomore goaltender Shannah Paddock (Dayton, Ohio)
took her first loss of the season, despite making 10 saves for SC.
Springfield hosts Wheaton College at 1:00 on Saturday (April 10) in a rematch of last season’s NEWMAC Tournament championship game, won by the Lyons, 10-7.
Head Coach Kristen Mullady
Kristen Mullady ‘00, enters her fifth season as the head women’s lacrosse coach at Springfield College. A former standout for Springfield’s women’s lacrosse team, Mullady led Springfield to back to back NEWMAC titles in 2012 and 2013. Read more
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