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Women’s D1: @TempleLacrosse (5-1) rallies for 14-11 win over UMBC

Friday, 4th March 2022

Categories College, Girl's/Women's  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/5/22
From Press Release

The No. 18 Temple women’s lacrosse team (5-1) stormed back from a six-goal halftime deficit to claim its second win in three days, topping host UMBC, 14-11. The Owl defense only allowed two goals for the entire second half while scoring 11 goals to rally for the victory.

Quinn Nicolai: 6G, 2A

Recapping the Game

UMBC dominated the early game, outscoring the Owls 3-1 in the first quarter. Camryn Zavacky (Saucon Valley) netted the lone goal of the frame for Temple.
Julie Schickling (Springfield-Delco) scored to open the second for Temple to bring the Owls within one. UMBC was quick to counter with a goal of their own, but Mackenzie Roth (Parkland) quickly scored to make it 4-3, Retrievers.
UMBC scored five straight to end the second quarter and put the halftime tally at 9-3.
Temple roared out of the gate in the third quarter. The Owls scored four straight, with Quinn Nicolai (Moorestown) sinking three straight for the natural hat trick and Belle Mastropietro (Springfield-Delco) scoring the fourth.
The Retrievers scored one to the end period, but not before Temple cut deep into the lead, 10-7 at the end of the third quarter.
Temple was shot out of a cannon to start the 4th quarter. The Owls scored five unanswered goals to take a 12-10 lead with 7:06 remaining. Nicolai, Mastropietro, and Abaigeal Ryan scored for the Cherry and White.
UMBC scored one goal to bring the deficit to one.
Temple would not be denied, with Nicolai and Roth scoring to slam the door on the Retrievers. Temple took the win, 14-11.

Statistically Speaking

Nicolai stole the show for Temple. The midfielder fell one short of her career-high with six goals and also dished out two assists. This is the second time in four games she has found the back of the net at least six times.
Mastropietro had another monster performance. She scored her fifth hat trick in six games while also causing two turnovers and controlling four draws.
Roth scored two goals and passed for an assist and tied her career-high with three ground balls.
Ryan, Schickling, and Zavacky all scored once.
Katie Shallow (Cardinal O’Hara) shattered her career-high with five draw controls. Camryn Zavacky also set a new career-high in draw controls with four.
Annie Carroll had a strong game in goal. She made 11 saves on 21 shots.

Quotable

“We knew UMBC was going to be a tough team. They have a great offense, and we knew after a long week of spring break and practice we needed to really show up today. To have a game where we were down big, it was a hard game to play in and I was really proud we came out of the half with an attitude that said we could get it done and we climbed our way back in.” – Temple Head Coach Bonnie Rosen

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