Women's Lacrosse Heads to No. 12 Navy
WORCESTER, Mass. - Holy Cross will play at Navy on March 30 in Annapolis, Md. The Crusader and Midshipmen will face off at 12:00 p.m.
• The Crusaders will play their second road game of the week, when they travel to Navy.
• In Wednesday’s game at Army, Keely Connors notched her 20th and 21st goal of the season.
• Connors ranks second in the Patriot League and 20th nationally in free position goals (1.10).
• Audrey Mandaro has caused 17 turnovers on the season. For the third time this season, the junior midfielder posted three caused turnovers in a single game.
• Twelve of Moriarty’s points have come in the Crusaders’ last five games. Since March 6, the junior attacker has put up four goals and eight assists.
• Juliana Kubler and Sophie Ochs have nearly split time. Ochs has played 308 minutes and Kubler has played 291. Ochs holds an 11.28 goals against average and .414 save percentage while Kubler has a 12.76 goals against average and .456 save percentage.
Crusaders at the Draw
• Averaging 4.80 draw controls per game, Connors ranks third in the Patriot League and 45th nationally.
Holy Cross against the Rest
• Holy Cross leads the Patriot League in ground balls per game (22.00) and checks in at 12th in the nation.
• The Crusaders cause 10.80 turnovers per game, ranking second in the league and 30th nationally.
• The Midshipmen host the Crusaders with an undefeated Patriot League mark at 3-0. Navy owns wins over Colgate, Bucknell, and Lehigh.
• In goal, Gab Harchelroad has seen the most time at 497:06 minutes. She owns an 11.10 goals against average and a .370 save percentage.
• Navy is led offensively by Kelly Larkin, who has tallied 35 goals and 26 assists for 61 points. Three players are tied for the second most points at 28.
• Defensively, Marie Valenti paces the Mids with 28 ground balls and a team-high 15 caused turnovers.
All-Time against Navy
• The Crusaders trail the all-time series, 2-12.
• In 2018, Holy Cross fell in the game, 19-7.
• The Crusaders had six different goal scorers in the game: Connors, Carroll, Grant, Moriarty, Baker Earl, and Mandaro.
• Holy Cross returns home to take on Bucknell on April 6 for a 2:00 p.m. game at Kuzniewski Field.