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Women's Lacrosse Cruise Past Bay Path in Non-Conference Play

Women's Lacrosse Cruise Past Bay Path in Non-Conference Play

FINAL SCORE: Albertus Magnus 25 | Bay Path 7
TEAM RECORDS: Albertus Magnus 3-1 | Bay Path (1-2)

New Haven, Conn. – Behind a seven-goal performance from freshman Courtney Cacace (Brookfield, Conn.), the Albertus Magnus College women's lacrosse cruised past non-conference foe Bay Path, 25-7, on Monday evening at Celentano Field.


Over the first four minutes of play, Albertus Magnus and Bay Path exchanged goals as well as tied the game twice until back-to-back goals from Korina Zelaya (Trumbull, Conn.) pushed the Falcons up two, 4-2. Bay Path answered back at the 18:48 mark to bring the score to within one, 4-3, but the Falcons would extend their lead to six, 9-3, following a 5-0 run.

With less than 10 minutes remaining, Dallas Jackson was able to find Kaylee Herring for her second goal of the game and cut the Falcons' lead down to five, 9-4, but the hosts rallied off another five goals to push its lead to back-up to nine, 13-5 with 6:38 remaining. 

About a minute later, Bay Path scored on a free position shot before the Falcons closed out the first half with a 3-0 run to go up 11, 16-5, at the half.

Albertus Magnus continued to control the momentum of the game and started the second half hot, scoring five unanswered goals to find themselves up 23-5 with nine minutes left in regulation. Bay Path's Kaylee Herring scored again at the 7:41 for the visitors, before the Falcons closed out the game with a 2-1 run to seal the win.


  • Korina Zelaya (Trumbull, Conn.) also recorded an impressive game as the midfielder netted six goals and collected two assists for eight points.
  • Sophomore Lexie Fenn (Oakville, Conn.) earned the win for the Falcons after she totaled seven saves as well as added two goals to her stat line.
  • Bay Path was led by Kaylee Herring who scored a team-high four goals while Dallas Jackson added two of her own.
  • Albertus Magnus held a 18-16 edge in draw controls and a 43-35 edge in ground balls.
  • The Falcons went 24-of-27 in clear attempts as well as outshot the Wildcats 41-20.


The Falcons return to the field on Saturday, April 1 against Emmanuel (Mass.) College. Game time is set for 11 a.m. at Celentano Field.

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