Women's Lacrosse Meets Merrimack at Home Wednesday

Southern New Hampshire (4-3, 1-2 NE10)
vs.
Merrimack (3-4, 1-2 NE10)
Wednesday, March 29, 2017 - 4 p.m.
Larkin Field - Manchester, N.H.

 


Schedule/Results
Roster
Statistics
Schedule/Results
Roster
Statistics

SERIES: Merrimack leads 8-5
LAST MEETING: SNHU 16, Merrimack 14 (03/30/16 at No. Andover, Mass.)

SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE
Last time out: Le Moyne 17, SNHU 6 (03/25/17 at Syracuse, N.Y.)
Streak: Lost 2

Leading Scorers:
#1 Kristin Wilder (29 G, 4 A, 33 P)
#5 Alexa Bedell (12 G, 16 A, 28 P)
#18 Kennedy Daziel (16 G, 3 A, 19 P)
#2 Alexis Felt (16 G, 2 A, 18 P)

In goal:
#19 Nicole Kennedy (228:06 MIN, 2-2, 12.36 GAA, .510 SV%, 49 SV, 47 GA)
#25 Leah Olansky (159:46 MIN, 2-1, 12.02 GAA, .373 SV%, 19 SV, 32 GA)

Notes: Southern New Hampshire will try and right the ship as it has dropped three of its last four - all to nationally-ranked opponents - including two straight, following a 17-6 loss at third-ranked Le Moyne on Saturday. Sophomore Kristin Wilder potted four goals, including back-to-back tallies that tied the game at two just over five minutes in. Junior Kennedy Daziel scored a pair of goals, while junior Alexa Bedell also recorded multiple points with a pair of helpers. Senior Nicole Kennedy turned aside a season-high 17 shots in the loss.

MERRIMACK
Last time out: New Haven 11, Merrimack 10 (03/25/17 at West Haven, Conn.)
Streak: Lost 1

Scoring Leaders:
#7 Bridget Schofield (15 G, 7 A, 22 P)
#1 Hunter McCarthy (12 G, 5 A, 17 P)
#21 Amber Feminella (10 G, 6 A, 16 P)
#5 Annette Ruggiero (13 G, 1 A, 14 P) 

In goal:
#18 Alexa Petzold (245:37 MIN, 2-3, 10.02 GAA, .339 SV%, 21 SV, 41 GA)
#25 Lauren Trepaney (151:01, 1-1, 8.74 GAA, .542 SV%, 26 SV, 22 GA)

Notes: Merrimack has lost two of three after its 11-10 loss at 12th-ranked New Haven on Saturday. The Warriors trailed, 11-8, before scoring two straight to close within one with 3:15 remaining. Merrimack had two shots to pull even in the final two minutes, but both were saved as New Haven escaped with the victory. Sophomore Amber Feminella notched seven points on four goals and three assists, while classmate Bridget Schofield potted three goals. Sophomore Lauren Trepaney stopped eight of the 16 shots she faced over the opening 45:06, while junior Alexa Petzold made one save in the final 14:54.