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April 25, 2005

 

Rhode Island College Womenís Lacrosse Update #5

(7-5 Overall; 0-5 in the Little East)

Providence, RI--Head Coach Ryan Angelís team is 7-5 overall and 0-5 in the Little East Conference. RICís seven wins are tied for the most in program history. The Anchorwomen played four games last week, and won three of them. RIC defeated Curry at home on Monday, Apr. 18, 16-12, before going on the road and defeating Elms, 19-11, on Tuesday, Apr. 19. The Anchorwomen defeated Nichols at home, 12-7, on Thursday, Apr. 21, before having their three-game winning streak snapped with a, 12-9, loss to LEC foe Western Connecticut.

 

Sophomore center Caitlin Gavin (Portsmouth, RI) has played in 12 games, starting all of them. She has a team-high 75 points and a team-best 63 goals to go along with 12 assists. Her 63 goals and 75 points are new RIC records for a season. Gavin has also compiled a team-high 135 shots, 105 on goal, 71 draw controls and 73 ground balls. She has been named the Little East Conference Player of the Week once this season.

 

Senior attack Danielle Beaudry (West Greenwich, RI) played in ten games, starting all of them. Beaudry broke her leg against Elms on Apr. 18 and will be out for the remainder of the season. Prior to being injured, she had compiled 29 points on 16 goals and 13 assists. Beaudry registered 36 shots, 29 on goal, 36 ground balls and 16 draw controls.

 

Freshman attack Melissa Reggio (Commack, NY) has played in 12 games, starting all of them. She has 41 points on 28 goals and a team-high 13 assists. Reggio has compiled 78 shots, 61 on goal, 34 ground balls and 17 draw controls. Reggio notched the game-winning goals in RICís wins over Elms and Curry.

 

Junior attack Crystal Colagiovanni (Johnston, RI) has played in 12 games, starting ten of them. She has 18 points on 17 goals and one assist. Colagiovanni has compiled 48 shots, 35 on goal, 37 ground balls and 20 draw controls.

 

Freshman attack Krista MacKinnon (Exeter, RI) has played in 12 games, starting all of them. She has seven points on six goals and one assist. MacKinnon has compiled 15 shots, 12 on goal, 26 ground balls and one draw control.

 

Freshman attack Kerry McDevitt (Jamestown, RI) has played in 12 games, starting 11 of them. She has six points on three goals and three assists. McDevitt has compiled five shots, four on goal, 21 ground balls and one draw control.

 

Freshman defender Leah Hayes (Coventry, RI) has played in 12 games, starting all of them. She has eight points on five goals and three assists. Hayes has compiled 18 shots, 12 on goal and 42 ground balls to go along with 18 draw controls.

 

Freshman defender Marissa Kielbasinski (Windsor, CT) has played in ten games, starting eight of them. Kielbasinski has compiled 26 ground balls and two draw controls.

 

Freshman defender Erin Duffy (North Dighton, MA) has played in 12 games, starting eight of them. Duffy has compiled 14 ground balls and two draw controls.

 

Freshman defender Sydney Culbertson (North Kingstown, RI) has played in 12 games, starting all of them. Culbertson has four shots, three on goal, 38 ground balls and three draw controls.

 

Senior defender Erika Babat (North Kingstown, RI) has played in 12 games, starting all of them. Babat has compiled 38 ground balls and six draw controls.

 

Sophomore goalkeeper Micaela Morris (Barrington, RI) has played in 12 games, starting all of them. She has a record of 7-5 and has made 96 saves, logged a save percentage of .434 and has a goals against average of 10.33.

 

Freshman attack Kerry Donahue (Rehoboth, MA) has played in 11 games, starting six of them. She has two points on one goal and one assist. She has 15 shots, nine on goal, 16 ground balls and two draw controls.

 

In upcoming action, the Anchorwomen will close out the regular season, playing two games this week. RIC will travel to St. Josephís (CT) on Thursday, Apr. 28 for a 4 p.m. tilt. The Anchorwomen will then finish the regular season at home, and host their annual Senior Day ceremonies on Saturday, Apr. 30 when they will square off against LEC opponent Eastern Connecticut at 1 p.m.

 

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