Women's Lacrosse Sets Program Mark in Road Win Over Colgate

Women's Lacrosse Sets Program Mark in Road Win Over ColgateBehind a gritty road performance, the Army West Point Women's Lacrosse team captured a 12-9 victory over Colgate at Beyer-Small '76 Field on Wednesday night. The win marked the 11th of the season for the Black Knights (11-4, 4-3 Patriot League), setting a new single-season program record. It was also the Cadets fourth league win, tying a single-season program mark. It was an all-around effort on the field against the Raiders (6-8, 4-3 Patriot League), with Jackie Brattan and Caroline Raymond leading the offensive charge with a combined 10 goals. Brattan tied her career-best scoring total with six, while Raymond put four of her shots into the back of the net. The Black Knights' had a ton of success in the draw circle, coming away with 15 wins, compared to the Raiders' eight. Brattan and Samantha Stewart had five draw controls apiece, while Juliana Dworschak tallied four. Maddie Burns shined in a strong defensive outing for Army by coming away with 10 saves. The cow netminder posted five stops in each of the halves. Read more.

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