New Hampshire earned an 8-2 win at UMBC.
New Hampshire earned an 8-2 win at UMBC.
Courtesy: America East Communications

Road Teams Go 3-0 in #AEWLAX Conference Play

Release: 04/06/2014

Road teams went 3-0 in the second weekend of America East women's lacrosse conference play as New Hampshire, Albany and Stony Brook earned wins. Recap the weekend's action:

New Hampshire (6-7, 1-1 AE) 8 at UMBC (5-6, 0-2 AE) 2
Box Score | Highlights

  • Molly Gaffey and Kayleigh Hinkle each had career offensive days to lead New Hampshire to an, 8-2, road win over UMBC. Gaffey had a goal and three assists while Hinkle scored a game-high four goals to go with a pair of helpers.
  • The Wildcats improved to 12-1 lifetime against the Retrievers.
  • New Hampshire's defense held UMBC scoreless for the final 53 minutes, 13 seconds. Goalkeeper Taylor Hurwitz had a career-high 12 saves as well as two ground balls and one caused turnover.
  • Mackenzie Reese scored both goals for UMBC.

No. 18/17 Albany (10-1, 2-0 AE) 15 at Vermont (10-3, 1-1 AE) 7
Box Score | Highlights

  • Ariana Parker scored a game-high five goals to lead Albany to a 15-7 road win over Vermont.
  • The Great Danes scored the first two goals of the contest and never trailed. The Catamounts cut the deficit to one with a Jessica Roach goal with 21:09 remaining in the first half. Albany scored the next three and later went on a nine-goal run to seal the win.
  • Roach led Vermont with four goals.
  • Kathleen Lennon won a season-high nine draw controls against the Catamounts. Anna Berman took the win in the cage with seven saves.

No. 15/15 Stony Brook (10-2, 2-0 AE) 16 at Binghamton (6-6, 0-2 AE) 3
Box Score

  • Courtney Murphy scored a game-high six goals and added an assist to lead Stony Brook to a 16-3 win over Binghamton.
  • It is the fifth time this season Stony Brook has held an opponent to three goals or fewer.
  • The Seawolves scored the first nine goals of the game as Murphy tallied three times in the first 4:36.
  • Goalkeeper Frankie Caridi allowed just one goal, making five saves.