Saints steal win from Quinnipiac in comeback fashion



Camden, C.T. (News10) — Down by as a lot of as 5 goals in the recreation, the Siena Women’s Lacrosse crew went on a 2nd 50 percent scoring spree as they defeated the Quinnipiac Bobcats by a ultimate rating of 13-12 in Hamden Wednesday afternoon. Freshman Grace Dobrzynski became the top rated story of the recreation, as her first support of the day broke Siena’s all-time single-year mark for assists.

Senior Mary Soures and fifth-year Nicole McNeely were the moment all over again stand outs for the Saints, pouring in 6 points apiece. Soures scored 6 situations, even though McNeely extra a few objectives and three helps. Junior Sabrina Krasner made eight saves in net in the 2nd 50 percent to report the earn. Katy Wangsness was also sturdy, scoring 2 times and dishing two assists.
Quinnipiac saw Desiree Kleberg rating 3 times in the recreation, with Sydney Skalstad and Emily Feeney each and every scoring two times as nicely. In complete, the Bobcats showcased 8 distinct scorers on the afternoon.

It was a sluggish get started for the Saints, as the Bobcats jumped out to a 4- lead in the 1st quarter right before Siena was in a position to go on their possess a few-target run. Quinnipiac continued to drive forward, getting their most significant lead of the sport with 1:58 to perform in the next quarter as they led 9-4. Nonetheless, thanks to a objective off the no cost posture from Nicole McNeely before the end of the 50 %, that experienced the Saints transferring in the appropriate route.
McNeely’s goal at the conclusion of the first fifty percent sparked a pair of aims from Soures for an additional a few-intention operate. Even so, Quinnipiac preserved the direct into the fourth quarter. A intention from Maddie Deegan gave the Bobcats an 11-9 direct with just in excess of 7 minutes to enjoy. From there, Siena went off with four unanswered goals – two apiece from Soures and McNeely – to get a 13-11 guide with 37 seconds to play. The extra purpose from McNeely proved essential as Quinnipiac scored a single with two seconds remaining, but didn’t have adequate time on the clock for an equalizer.

The Saints return to action on Saturday, Apr. 16 at 12 p.m. when they host the Manhattan Jaspers at Hickey Area.