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April 26, 2004

 

Rhode Island College Womenís Lacrosse Update #3

(7-8 Overall; 0-6 in the Little East)

Providence, RI--Head Coach Ryan Angelís team concluded its season with a 7-8 overall record and a 0-6 mark in Little East Conference action. Last week, RIC was victorious in two home games, defeating Roger Williams, 12-3, on Apr. 19 and Emerson College, 16-4, on Apr. 22. The Anchorwomen fell on the road to both Eastern Connecticut, 13-5, on Apr. 21 and Western Connecticut, 16-10, on Apr. 24.

 

Freshman center Caitlin Gavin (Portsmouth, RI) played 15 games, starting all of them. She had a team-high 53 points on a team-best 43 goals and ten assists. Gavin also compiled a team-high 98 shots, 76 on goal, 82 ground balls and 74 draw controls. For her performance last week, Gavin was named the Little East Conference's Rookie of the Week.

 

Sophomore defender Crystal Colagiovanni (Johnston, RI) played 15 games, starting all of them. She had 34 points on 32 goals and two assists. Colagiovanni compiled 75 shots, 63 on goal, 59 ground balls and 12 draw controls.

 

Junior attacker Rachael Pecoraro (Smithfield, RI) played 15 games, starting 14 of them. She had 16 goals and five assists for 21 points. Pecoraro compiled 44 shots, 38 on goal, 30 ground balls and seven draw controls.

 

Junior defender Erin Grant (Coventry, RI) played seven games, starting five of them. She had three points on three goals. Grant compiled 13 shots, nine on goal, 13 ground balls and one draw control.

 

Senior attacker Kim Wells (Granby, CT) played 15 games, starting all of them. She had four points on three goals and one assist. Wells compiled 11 shots, six on goal, 19 ground balls and three draw controls.

 

Freshman defender Brittany Rosen (Derry, NH) played 14 games, starting 13 of them. She had five goals and three assists for eight points. Rosen has compiled 19 shots, 15 on goal, 63 ground balls and 26 draw controls.

 

Junior defender Erika Babat (North Kingstown, RI) played 15 games, starting all of them. She compiled one shot on goal, 60 ground balls and 11 draw controls.

 

Junior attacker Danielle Beaudry (West Greenwich, RI) played 15 games, starting 14 of them. She had 38 points on 23 goals and a team-high 15 assists. Beaudry compiled 46 shots, 40 on goal, 50 ground balls and 11 draw controls.

 

Sophomore defender Ashley Cardin (Cumberland, RI) played 12 games, starting ten of them. She had four goals for four points. Cardin compiled nine shots, eight on goal, 46 ground balls and seven draw controls.

 

Sophomore attacker Jessica Maher (Warwick, RI) played 11 games, starting five of them. She had two goals and two assists for four points. Maher compiled four shots, all on goal, 17 ground balls and three draw controls.

 

Junior attacker Victoria Bilalyan (Cranston, RI) played 14 games, starting seven of them. She had six points on five goals and one assist. Bilalyan compiled 11 shots, nine on goal, 10 ground balls and three draw controls.

 

Sophomore attacker Danielle Egan (North Falmouth, MA) played ten games, starting nine of them. She had five goals for five points. Egan compiled 23 shots, 17 on goal, 18 ground balls and 14 draw controls.

 

Freshman attacker Shana Griffin (Barre, VT) played 15 games, starting four of them. She had seven points on five goals and two assists. Griffin compiled 19 shots, 14 on goal, 18 ground balls and three draw controls.

 

Freshman goalkeeper Micaela Morris (Barrington, RI) played 15 games, starting all of them. She had compiled a record of 7-8, a 9.70 goals against average, a .502 save percentage and 36 ground balls.

 

Senior defender Cara Collins (Johnston, RI) played ten games, starting three of them. She has collected one ground ball.

 

Freshman attacker Kerri Higgins (Harrisville, RI) played 11 games, starting two of them. She had one point on one goal. Higgins had one shot on goal and five ground balls.

 

Sophomore defender Megahn McKervey (Mansfield, MA) played 15 games, starting 14 of them. She had one point on one assist. McKervey compiled one shot on goal, 33 ground balls and one draw control.

 

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