Beavers Pick up Forth Win to Continue Streak

Beavers Pick up Forth Win to Continue Streak

Henniker, N.H. – UMaine Farmington's women's lacrosse team continues their winning ways (4-1, 2-0) against Lyndon St. (0-4, 0-3) on Wednesday afternoon with a score of 16-3 in Henniker, N.H. on Don Melander Field in North Atlantic Conference (NAC) action.

UMF went down early 1-0 when Mikayla Hodge scored her first goal of the season, but the Beavers came right back and scored nine unanswered. Alaina Shorey started the scoring off an assist from Carly Raymond followed by another Shorey goal just 10 seconds later.

The Beavers scored four goals in a two-minute span at the 21:42 mark, starting with a goal from Carly Raymond. 42 seconds later, Jaclyn Langevin scored followed by a goal from Nickyia Lovely. Raymond finished off the quick four goals at the 19:49 mark as the Beavers held a commanding lead of 6-1.

Just over a minute later, Carly Raymond scored her fourth goal of the game. Rhi Jackson got into the action with two quick goals at the 12:14 mark with an assist coming from Jaclyn Langevin to make the score 9-1. 

Lyndon St. picked up their second goal of the game when Sydney Kipp scored on a free postion shot. Alaina Shorey matched the goal later in the half with her third goal of the game followed by Rhi Jackson scoring to make the score 12-2 at the end of the first half.

Heather Boland started in net for the Beavers in the second half. Lyndon St. picked up their defensive pressure and held UMF to four goals while scoring one. 

Erica Letellier scored first in the second half with an assist from Carly Raymond. Alaina Shorey scored her fourth goal of the game at the 20:15 mark to make the score 14-2. 

Five minutes later, Nicole Schofield scored on a free position shot and then Jaclyn Langevin scored to make the score 16-2. The Beavers held Lyndon St. to one more goal to close out their fourth win and continue the winning streak.

Samantha Bickford was awarded the win and is now 4-1 on the year while Heather Boland made two saves on three shots.  Samantha Turgeon settled for the loss with seven saves against 23 shots.

UMF was 17-18 in clears while Lyndon St. was 8-20 with 30 turnovers.

The Beavers will host New England College on Saturnday, April 8th with game time scheduled for 1:00 PM.