Women's Lacrosse

Women’s Lacrosse loses 22-11 at Skidmore


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4/29/2023 | 3:00 PM

Apr. 29 (Sat) / 3:00 PM

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History { element.remove(); }); } else{ let elementsToRemove = document.querySelectorAll(‘.postgame_3_nextgame’); elementsToRemove.forEach(element => { element.remove(); }); } ]]> SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. – RIT senior Baylee West scored three goals in the Tigers 22-11 loss at Skidmore, Saturday.
First-years Adele Jones and Zoe Heffernan each tallied a goal and two assists, and graduate student goalie Michelle Messenger made nine saves for the Tigers.

  • First-year Serafina Kiselgof scored 23-seconds into the game to give RIT the lead.
  • Skidmore’s Jillian Lockwood tied the game on her goal with 11:01 to play in the opening frame.
  • West scored off an assist from Kiselgof with 9:28 remaining in the quarter to give the Tigers a 2-1 lead.
  • The Thoroughbreds scored back-to-back goals to take a 3-2 lead with 6:57 to play.
  • Heffernan scored off an assist from Jones with 4:20 to play to tie the score at 3-3.
  • Lockwood scored her second goal of the quarter with 3:32 to play to give Skidmore a 4-3 lead.
  • West and Jones two straight goals late in the quarter to give the Tigers a 5-4 lead.
  • Gabriella Modesti scored twice for Skidmore, giving the Thoroughbreds a 6-5 lead on her goal with 12:20 to play in the half.
  • Junior Carrissa Hlywa and first-year Ella Doan scored back-to-back goals. Doan’s goal with 8:19 to play in the half gave RIT a 7-6 lead.
  • Lockwood capped off a three-goal Skidmore run with her goal with 2:56 to play to give the Thoroughbreds a 9-7 lead.
  • First-year Kate Trojan scored late in the half to cut the Skidmore lead to 9-7 at the break.
  • Skidmore outscored RIT 8-2 in the third quarter. Skidmore’s Maddy Marr scored with 2:54 remaining in the third to extend the Thoroughbreds lead to 17-10.
  • Senior Kayleigh Ground and sophomore Lily DePalma each scored for RIT in the quarter.
  • The Thoroughbreds tallied the first three goals of the fourth quarter, extending their lead to 20-10 on Allison Brewer’s goal with 7:23 to play.
  • West scored off an assist from Heffernan to cut the lead to 20-11 with 5:32 to play.
  • Skidmore tallied two goals late in the game to make it a 22-11 final.


  • Skidmore outshot RIT, 43-28.
  • RIT went 13-of-16 on clearing attempts and won 16 draw controls.

RIT returns to action on Saturday (April 29) against St. Lawrence at 3:00 p.m.

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