Drew University 15, Connecticut College 14 3OT
Driscoll Scores Six Goals for Camels
MADISON, N.J.--Jess Johnson (Gilbertsville, Pa.) scored 1:49 into the third overtime to lift Drew University to a 15-14 victory against visiting Connecticut College.
The Rangers evened their record at 7-7 with the triumph, while the Camels fell to 5-9 with the setback.
Aileen Musynske (Floral Park, N.Y.) had four goals and two assists to lead the hosts. Rookie attackwoman Nikki Kleiman (Cranford, N.J.) chipped in with four goals and an assist while Lyndsay Rossi (Pennington, N.J.) added three goals with one assist and a game-high six ground balls for the winning side.
Lindsay Fry (Mountain Lakes, N.J.) collected five draws to go with two scores for Drew.
Christian Carlini (Amherst, N.H.) stopped 13 shots in goal for the hosts.
Connecticut College senior Katelyn Driscoll (Peabody, Mass.) scored six goals to go along with six draws, three ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers. Izzy Marx (Ridgewood, N.J.) chipped in with three goals and a game-best eight draw controls while playing in her home state.
Charlotte McAuley (Summit, N.J.) contributed with two scores and three draw controls. Heidi Halsted (Mill Valley, Calif.) added a goal and an assist for Connecticut College.
Kelsey Burke (Atlanta, Ga.) made six saves in the setback for the
Camel Tracks-Not Including Tuesday's Action:
The Camels went 1-2 last week, earning a 12-11 victory against Eastern Connecticut State Thursday night for the team's fifth win of the season. Sophomore Lowell Abbott (Manchester, Mass.) is ranked third in NESCAC goals scored with 34 marker and has added six assists to rank fifth in the league with 40 points.
Junior Katelyn Driscoll (Peabody, Mass.) reached the century mark with her 100th goal scored in a 19-12 loss to Hamilton Saturday. Driscoll's career totals include 34 assists to go with her 100 markers for 134 points. She has corralled 127 ground balls, won 106 draws and caused 63 turnovers. This season, Driscoll has netted 25 goals to go with 10 helpers to rank 10th in the league with 35 points. Driscoll leads the league with 38 ground balls and ranks third in the NESCAC with 42 draw controls.
Junior net-minder Kelsey Burke (Atlanta, Ga.) is leading the NESCAC with 92 saves and ranks fourth in the league with 7.08 saves per game.
April 18, 2012