Women's Lax Welcomes in No. 1-Ranked Adelphi for Snowy Saturday Showdown

Southern New Hampshire (5-3, 2-2 NE10)
#1 Adelphi (7-0, 5-0 NE10)
Saturday, April 1, 2017 - 2:30 p.m.
Larkin Field - Manchester, N.H.



SERIES: Adelphi leads 9-0
LAST MEETING: Adelphi 13, SNHU 3 (03/08/16 at Garden City, N.Y.)

Last time out: SNHU 17, Merrimack14 (03/29/17 at Manchester, N.H.)
Streak: Won 1

Leading Scorers:
#1 Kristin Wilder (31G, 4 A, 35 P)
#5 Alexa Bedell (13 G, 17 A, 30 P)
#18 Kennedy Daziel (21 G, 3 A, 24 P)
#2 Alexis Felt (18 G, 3 A, 21 P)

In goal:
#19 Nicole Kennedy (288:06 MIN, 3-2, 12.70 GAA, .479 SV%, 56 SV, 61 GA)
#25 Leah Olansky (159:46 MIN, 2-1, 12.02 GAA, .373 SV%, 19 SV, 32 GA)

Notes: Southern New Hampshire halted its two-game slide with a 17-14 win at home against Merrimack on Wednesday. The Penmen held their largest lead of the game at 16-11 with just over 12 minutes remaining before Merrimack scored three straight to make it a two-goal contest with more than eight minutes on the clock. SNHU would keep the Warriors off the board the rest of the way before junior Kennedy Daziel, who scored a career-best five goals in the win, potted her final of the afternoon with 2:38 let to seal it. Senior Casey Duggan added four tallies, while sophomore Alexis Felt and freshman Merry Harrington each notched two goals and an assist. Senior goalkeeper Nicole Kennedy made seven saves.

Last time out: Adelphi 18, So. Connecticut 3 (03/29/17 at New Haven, Conn.)
Streak: Won 7

Scoring Leaders:
#5 Jacqueline Jahelka (29 G, 10 A, 39 P)
#16 Alison Johnson (12 G, 22 A, 34 P)
#8 Kole Pollock (20 G, 9 A, 29 P)
#3 Casey Zalewski (12 G, 5 A, 17 P) 

In goal:
#31 Hailey Peterson (399:40 MIN, 7-0, 1.80 GAA, .667 SV%, 24 SV, 12 GA)

Notes: Adelphi extended its perfect start to the season with an 18-3 triumph over Southern Connecticut on Wednesday. The Panthers jumped out to a 12-1 lead and halftime and cruised the rest of the way. Senior Jacqueline Jahelka led the way with seven points on six goals and an assist. Freshman Kole Pollock scored five times and dished an assist, while classmate  Alison Johnson also tallied six points with three goals and three assists. Sophomore Chelsea Abreu was the fourth Adelphi player with a hat trick as she potted a trio of goals. Junior goalkeeper Hailey Peterson stopped one of the three shots she faced over the opening 39:40, while sophomore Tamar Epps did not turn away the one shot that came her way in the final 20:20.