Women's Water Polo
Camels Take Three out of Five at Utica, Improve to 6-4 in Div. Play
Lampley Supplies 12 Goals and 12 Steals for Connecticut College
UTICA, N.Y.--The Connecticut College women's water polo team won three out of five matches at Utica College this weekend, improving its record 7-9 with a 6-4 mark in conference action.
Sunday afternoon, the Camels routed Utica in a 19-6 triumph before closing out the weekend with an 11-9 loss to the Presidents of Washington & Jefferson College.
Saturday afternoon, the Camels defeated Penn State Behrend 15-6 and tamed the Cougars of Chatham University in a 17-3 triumph.
The Camels dropped a 13-7 decision to Grove City College Friday night
Junior center Kristin Lampley (Reading, Pa.) erupted with 12 goals, 12 steals and two assists in the weekend's action. First year utility Nicky Jasbon (Greenacres, Fla.) chipped in with 11 goals and nine steals while classmate Kate Jacobson (Collegeville, Pa.) contributed with 11 goals, eight assists and four thefts for the Camels.
Senior captain Emily Hunter (Cheshire, Conn.) netted 10 goals to go with seven steals with classmate Katie Mullaley (Hingham, Mass.) scored nine goals for Connecticut College.
Junior Megan Wright (Manhattan Beach, Calif.) scored three goals for the Camels while Maia Taft (Lexington, Mass.) contributed with two goals and two steals.
Mallory Kosow (Exeter, N.H.), Gracie Miller (Sudbury, Mass.), Lily Polatchek (Middleboro, Mass.) and Shelter Wein (Shelter Island, N.Y.) all contributed with two scores for Head Coach JJ Addison's Camels.
Junior net-minder Pam Lovejoy (Guilford, Conn.) recorded 26 saves in the cage to go with one steal for Connecticut College.
April 15, 2012