Goucher Women's Lacrosse Set To Salute Senior Class At Final Home Game Against Juniata On Tuesday

Goucher Women's Lacrosse Set To Salute Senior Class At Final Home Game Against Juniata On Tuesday
  • Juniata College (6-9 ,0-5 Landmark) at Goucher College (7-7, 0-5 Landmark)
  • Tuesday, April 23, 2019
  • 5:30 p.m. 
  • Beldon Field/Baltimore, Md.
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  • Julia Gazzola and Shannon Stull both reached milestones in draw controls for Goucher College in a Landmark Conference women's lacrosse loss to Susquehanna University on April 13.
  • Gazzola came into the game needing one draw control to tie Merlo Tersigni's (83, 2008) single-season program record for draws. She grabbed the first draw control of the match to tie Tersigni's mark and then set a new standard when she registered the draw control at 24:10 in the first half. Gazzola finished the game with six draws to give her 88 draw controls on the year.
  • While Gazzola is now 12 draw controls from 100 this season, Stull was looking to reach the 100 draw benchmark for her career. Needing two draw controls in the match, Stull hulled in her second of the game with 6:15 left in the first half. She finished the game with six draw controls.
  • Camryn Agostino and Jordan Tice paced the Gophers offensively with two goals apiece while Alyssa Long registered a marker and two assists, and Gazzola added a tally and assist in her program-record setting afternoon.
  • Abbie McHerron (Burnt Hills, N.Y./Burnt Hills) made 13 saves for the Gophers.
  • The Eagles are 6-9 this year after finishing 4-12 last season.
  • Juniiata is 2-6 on the road this year. The squad was 4-4 on the road in 2018.
  • In their last contest, the Eagles lost to Moravian on April 13.
  • Talia Bertrando leads the team with 49 goals and seven assists for 56 points. Natalie Gibson leads the defense with 36 ground balls, 42 draw controls and 31 caused turnovers while Isabella Medari has 124 saves, an 11.35 goals against average and a .418 save percentage
  • Head coach Naomi Campano Radio is a Mount St. Mary's University legend and is in her third season at Juniata.
  • Shannon Stull has 104 draw controls for her career to go along with 111 goals and 123 points.
  •  Alyssa Long has 91 draw controls and needs nine more to reach 100 for her career with two games left.
  • Camryn Agostino registered her seventh multi-goal performance of the season and tallied two markers for the eighth time in her career to go along with a career-high pair of hat tricks this season.  She ranks fourth on the team with 21 goals and 11 assists for 32 points in 2019 and has 31 markers and 12 assists for 43 points in her career.
  • Jordan Tice notched her second two-tally performance of her career after also scoring twice against Elizabethtown College on March 30. The senior has seven goals and 10 assists for 17 points this season and seven tallies and 12 assists for 19 points in her career.
  • With a win, the Gophers will register their first winning season since the 2015 season.
  • Goucher would like to thank seniors Maddie Hernandez, Danielle Nixon and Jordan Tice for their hard work and dedication to the women's lacrosse program and the college for the last four years.
  • Hernandez is a Pickerington, Ohio native, who has appeared in 47 games including 31 starts in her career. She has 29 ground balls and 32 caused turnovers in her career and registered three goals and one assist for four points last season for her only collegiate points. She was named to Landmark Conference honor roll in the last two seasons. Majoring in psychology and sociology, she studied in Uganda.
  • Nixon is an East Brunswick, New Jersey native, she has appeared in 49 games in her career including 32 starts. She has two goals and two assists for four points in her career including an assist this season against Bethan on March 24. She also has 42 ground balls and 19 caused turnovers in her career and was named to the conference sportsmanship team in 2018. Majoring in communications, she studied abroad in Spain.
  • Tice is a Batavia, Illinois native, who appeared in 48 games including 27 starts. She  has 48 ground balls and 15 caused turnovers in her career and has become an offensive force after switching from defense to attack, finishing her career with seven goals and 12 assists for 19 points including seven goals and 10 assists for 17 points in her senior year. She was named to the named to Landmark Conference honor roll in the last two seasons. Majoring in history and international relations, she studied abroad in Scotland.
  • Goucher wraps up the season at Drew on Saturday.
  • Match time is 1 p.m.


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