LONGMEADOW, Mass.- Sixteen different players recorded at least one point, as the Regis College women's lacrosse team defeated Bay Path College, 21-2 on Saturday afternoon in New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) action.
Regis scored 14 goals in the first half, with senior midfielder Stacy Burns (Waltham, Mass.) tallying the first two in just the first two minutes of play. Burns finished with a hat-trick scoring one more at the 19:46 mark.
At 26:45, sophomore midfielder Sam Salamone (Milford, Mass.) scored the third goal of the game and the eventual game winner on an unassisted shot inside. Salmone finished with two goals and two assists.
Leading the way for the Pride was sophomore attacker Abbie Wehr (Suwannee, Ga.) notching four goals and two assists for the day. Junior midfielder Rachel Wong (Wakefield, Mass.) also scored two goals and two assists for Regis.
Junior midfielder Megan Squadrito (Ellington, Conn.) broke up the Pride shut-out with only 14 seconds remaining in the first half finding the back of the net unassisted.
Junior midfielder Megan Tancredi (Newington, Conn.) finished off the scoring for the Wildcats in the final seven minutes of play, but the Pride managed to score seven more goals in the second half.
Four different members of the Crimson & Gold tallied their first career goals in the win, including Audy Williams-Talbert (Springfield, Mass.), Rachel Gagnon (Ashford, Conn.), Sam Dziok (Chicopee, Mass.), and Sierra Luce (Hartford, Vt.).
Bay Path is now 0-4 on the season 0-2 in NECC play, while Regis advances to 6-3 overall and 2-0 in conference play. Regis will travel to Salem State for a 7:00 p.m. night game on Tuesday, April 8th, while Bay Path heads across to Mount Ida on Thursday, April 10th for a 4:00 p.m. game time.
Release courtesy of Bay Path Sports Information