Lycoming lacrosse players set records

In women’s lacrosse, Hailey Kimble scored three of her team-high five goals in the second half and Lycoming held Alvernia scoreless over the final 6:14 to secure a 16-15 MAC Commonwealth victory.

Kelly McGinniss broke the NCAA all-divisions record for draw controls in a season, as she scooped up 17 in the game to give her 224 on the season, breaking the mark of 217 set by Syracuse’s Kayla Treanor (2016). She also posted four scores and dished out two assists, giving her 75 goals on the season.

• In men’s lacrosse, goalkeeper Michael Tenant set the school-record for career saves while making a season-low four stops, and Lycoming scored more than 20 goals for the first time in 11 years as it posted a 23-6 win over Alvernia.

The Warriors clinched the No. 3 spot in the MAC Commonwealth Championship that begins next week, the first time since 2012 that the squad has earned that high a seed in the postseason.

Tenant had a flurry of two saves late in the third quarter to finish the game with 657 career saves, two ahead of the record of 655 set by Jared Jankowski from 1998-01.

Men’s Lacrosse

Lycoming 23, Alvernia 6

Alvernia 2 2 0 2 — 6

Lycoming 7 5 8 3 — 23

Alvernia: Goals — Jarret Abernethy 3; Andrew Ritchie 2; Tyler McDonnell 1. Assists — Andrew Ritchie 3; Jarret Abernethy 1; Thomas Fitzgerald 1.

Lycoming: Goals — Drew Collins 4; Dominick Massaro 4; Andrew Ream 3; Max Hanson 3; Aydan Knight 2; Shain Quigley 2; Travis Rode 2; Brandon Waden 2; Owen Zimmerman 1. Assists — Drew Collins 4; Connor Riorden 3; Dominick Massaro 2; Aydan Knight 1; Blake Premo 1; Shain Quigley 1; Michael Scarponi 1; Owen Zimmerman 1.

Women’s Lacrosse

Lycoming 16, Alvernia 15

Lycoming 9 7 — 16

Alvernia 9 6 — 15

Lycoming: Goals — Hailey Kimble 5; Kelly McGinniss 4; Cecilia Massey 3; Thamina Peti 2; Erika Boyer 1; Emma Lehr 1. Assists — Erika Boyer 2; Kelly McGinniss 2; Kim Rutherford 1.

Alvernia: Goals — Erika Whitmoyer 6; Brittany Defibaugh 3; Rachel Judge 3; Gianna Taffo 2; Madison Hengey 1. Assists — Gianna Taffo 1; Erika Whitmoyer 1.

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