Courtesy of Trinity Sports Information
MEDFORD, Mass. - No. 6-seeded Trinity College came away with a 12-10 victory over No. 3 Tufts in the quarterfinals of the NESCAC Women's Lacrosse Championship on Saturday afternoon at Bello Field in Medford. The Bantams, improve to 11-5 on the year while Tufts falls to 12-4 overall. Trinity picks up a victory in its first NESCAC Quarterfinal road matchup since the spring of 2003 with its second consecutive victory over Tufts in the quarterfinal round.
Senior tri-captain Allie Barrett led the way with three goals and two assists for the Bantams. Fellow senior Kiley Coffey contributed three goals and one assist, while senior Grace O'Donnell and rookie Kendall Milligan each had two goals. Senior Jennifer Cook scored one and assisted twice and first-year Sophie Berger scored one goal. On defense, sophomore Sarah Montalbano caused a game-high three turnovers. Senior tri-captain Zoe Ferguson (Ridgewood, N.J.) had a big day with 13 saves in net.
For Tufts, Dakota Adamec scored three goals, recorded two assists, had five draw controls, picked up one ground ball, and caused one turnover. Emily Games had two goals and an assist for the Jumbos as Annie Sullivan and Caroline Nowak both scored twice. Catherine Lawliss picked up a goal as well. Audrey Evers recorded eight saves in goal.