Score: Mount Holyoke 21, Emerson 3
Records: Emerson Lions (0-6) ; Mount Holyoke (6-5 / 1-2 NEWMAC)
Location: Boston, Mass. (Rotch Field)
Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2019
The Lead: Freshman Julia Mallon (Katonah, N.Y,), junior Camille Mumford (Yardley, Penn.) and sophomore Kelli Mark (Hermosa Beach, Calif.) all tallied goals for the Emerson women's lacrosse team in the Lions' 21-3 setback to Mount Holyoke on Wednesday afternoon in NEWMAC play.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
- Mallon, Mark and Mumford all registered goals with Mumford also dishing out one assist for Emerson with senior Jen Litchfield (Westborough, Mass.) caused two turnovers and junior Jenna Tomsky (Clinton, N.J.) scooped up two ground balls and won four draw controls.
- Freshman goalie Elizabeth Fretz (Falls Church, Va.) allowed 21 goals through the full 60 in net and came away with four stops.
- Haley Subocz netted five goals for Mount Holyoke alongside two assists followed by Deyscha Smith and Julianna Rankin with four goals apiece with Smith picking up two assists and Rankin with three.
- Rankin also added six draw control wins to her stat line and three ground ball pickups.
- Mia Wysocki picked up the win for Mount Holyoke with 17 saves on 20 total shots and allowed a trio of goals.
- Mount Holyoke held the advantage in ground balls (12-5), draw controls (16-9) and shots (30-23).
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Mount Holyoke jumped onto the board five minutes into the opening half with Carolyn Flynn putting in a free-position shot followed seven more goals, including two by Subocz, to balloon its lead to 8-0 at the 7:25 mark.
- At 7:01, Mark slipped Emerson's first goal past Wysocki off a feed from freshman Kayla McNamara (Sunrise, Fla.) to put the score at 8-1.
- Subocz snuck in the Lyons' ninth goal at 6:38 before Mumford fired in an unassisted marker at 6:14 to bring Emerson within seven at 9-2.
- Emerson faced an 11-goal deficit at the end of the first 30 minutes after Mount Holyoke answered with a 4-0 spur that saw Rankin put in a pair. (13-2).
- The Lions could not hold the Lyons offense and surrendered seven more goals to the visitors, starting with Allie Brown's goal 38 seconds into the second half (14-2) followed by goals from Smith and Rankin (16-2).
- Smith slipped in back-to-back goals at 16:59 and 14:52 to bolster Mount Holyoke's advantage up to 18-2 and saw Reina Torrez-Miner put in a pair with the Lyons' now holding a 20-2 lead.
- Mallon fired a shot that dinged off the left inside post and into the net for Emerson's final goal at 4:37 (20-3) before Subcoz netted her fifth marker to close the game at 1:49 (21-3).
- Emerson hosts its senior day on Saturday, April 13 with a NEWMAC contest against Smith at 1:00 p.m.