Lycoming women’s lacrosse beats Manhattanville
Wallenhorst breaks all-time points record
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa.—Lycoming’s women’s lacrosse team (5-3, 2-0) defeated Middle Atlantic Conference opponent Manhattanville (3-4, 0-1) by a score of
Wallenhorst had three goals and an assist for the afternoon, while sophomore Christi Karr (Lansdale, Pa.) recorded four goals and an assist. Junior Sarah Wingerden (Macedon, N.Y.) scored three goals with two assists and Kelly Mack (New Egypt, N.J.) had three goals and one assist. Goalie Kristina Peacock (Webster, N.Y.) took the win with 16 saves and four ground balls in 55:43.
Wallenhorst’s record-breaking goal put Lycoming up 1-0. Manhattanville’s Cory Alcorn, who finished the game with five goals and an assist, scored 14 seconds later to tie the game. But consecutive goals by Justine Titko (Wrightstown, N.J.), Laura Carpenter (Lewes, Del.), Sammi Jo Bell (Maple Shade, N.J.) and Mack put the Lady Warriors ahead to stay. Manhattanville scored just once more in the first half and Lycoming went into halftime leading 12-2.
For the game, Titko and Carpenter had two goals, as did Crystal Cody (Rochester, N.Y.). Sophomore Michelle Murray (Media, Pa.) scored the final goal of the game off of an assist from Ashley Collins (Westminster, Md.) with nine seconds left on the clock.
Coming into the game, Wallenhorst was tied with former Lady Warrior Brenda MacPhail on Lycoming’s all-time points list. Wallenhorst, who broke the all-time goals record last season, scored the 200th goal of her career on March 21 against St. John Fisher.
The Lady Warriors travel to King’s College on Wednesday, April 2 for a 4 p.m. start. It will be their third conference game of the season.
Congratulations to Lycoming head coach Kara Reber and assistant coach Matthew Reber on the birth of their daughter Kylie Lynn.