Women's Lacrosse

Women’s Lacrosse loses 13-12 to Nazareth


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3/10/2023 | 7:00 PM

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History { element.remove(); }); } else{ let elementsToRemove = document.querySelectorAll(‘.postgame_3_nextgame’); elementsToRemove.forEach(element => { element.remove(); }); } ]]> ROCHESTER, N.Y. – RIT first-year attack Adele Jones scored four goals in the Tigers 13-12 loss to Nazareth, Saturday.
Senior attack Kayleigh Ground, junior attack Carrissa Hlywa and first year midfielder Kate Trojan each tallied two goals. Trojan and fellow first years Milena Stephen and Serafina Kiselgof each tallied their first collegiate goals.

  • Maren Wallace and Emma States each scored early in the first quarter to give Nazareth a two-goal lead.
  • Ground got one back for RIT on her unassisted goal.
  • Kiselgof cut the Nazareth lead to 3-2 on her goal from first-year attack Zoe Heffernan, while Jones made it 4-3 on her goal with 6:12 remaining.
  • Maggie Vay scored with 1:51 to play in the opening quarter to give the Golden Flyers a 5-3 lead.
  • RIT scored the first three goals of the second quarter, tying the score at 6-6 on Jones’ second goal of the quarter.
  • Stephen tied the score at 7-7 on her goal from Jones in the third quarter.
  • Hlywa scored two straight goals, giving RIT a 9-8 lead on her goal off an assist from Jones with 2:19 to play in the quarter.
  • States scored late in the third and early in the fourth quarter to increase Nazareth’s lead to 10-9.
  • Emily Paddock scored to give the Golden Flyers a 12-9 lead.
  • Jones to make it 12-10, Nazareth, but States tallied with 3:59 remaining to give Nazareth a 13-10 lead.
  • Trojan scored with 1:19 and 1:28 remaining to make it a 13-12 final.


  • RIT outshot Nazareth 39-18, including 27 on target.
  • First year goalie Ellie Ruddy made two saves in her first collegiate start.
  • RIT was 11-of-13 on clearing attempts and had 26 ground balls.
  • RIT won 26-of-49 draw controls.

RIT returns to action on Friday (March 10) against John Carroll at 7:00 p.m.

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