(3-9, 2-2 MAAC)
  1st 2nd F
 Quinnipiac  2   4   
  6  10
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(6-6, 2-1 MAAC)
 Women's Lacrosse Controls Tempo In Latest MAAC Win 
 Stat Comparison Quinnipiac  Marist
 Goals 10 
 Shots 13  38 
 Draw Controls  3   13 
 Caused Turnovers  10   13 
 Ground Balls 21  32 
 Turnovers 25  17 
 Saves 20 
 Individual Leaders
 Stat  Quinnipiac  Marist
 Goals Four with 1  Mehalick and O. Pitonzo, 3 
 Assists Hauser, 1  Three with 1 
 Draw Controls Kelly, 2  Wagner, 10 
 Caused Turnovers Kelly, 5  Childrose and O. Pitonzo, 3 
 Ground Balls Kelly, 4  Mehalick, 5 
 Saves Larkin, 20  Witczak, 5 
 Up Next

Who: Canisius 
When: Wed. April 12 - 4 p.m.
Where: Tenney Stadium 

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POUGHKEEPSIE, New York - The Marist women’s lacrosse team picked up its second straight Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference win, beating Quinnipiac 10-4 in their return to Tenney Stadium on April 8. The Red Foxes moved to 6-6 on the season, including 2-1 in conference competition. Quinnipiac got to 3-9 overall and 2-2 in MAAC play.  

The Red Foxes controlled the tempo all afternoon with 10 draw controls from sophomore Hailey Wagner while senior Olivia Pitonzo posted a hat trick and three caused turnovers to tie for the team lead in both categories. Freshman Samantha Mehalick also hit the back of the net three times and scooped up a game-high five ground balls.

Marist scored the first three goals of the contest on a run sparked by Mehalick, who knocked in a free position shot for her second score of the afternoon. Quinnipiac cut the lead to three with just over five minutes to play in the opening stanza. The Bobcats denied Marist from the 8-meter arc to stay in the contest, but strong play on both ends from sophomore Audrey Cerrone allowed her to score and put the Red Foxes ahead 6-2 by halftime.

Cards were flying in the second half but Marist propelled ahead with three goals to close out the game, including two from junior Lauren Mazza just 1:13 apart.   

Quinnipiac junior goalkeeper Kyle Larkin sprawled for 20 saves and classmate Kiera Kelly had the most draw controls (two), caused turnovers (five), and ground balls (four) of any Bobcat. Marist outshot Quinnipiac 38-13 and collected a season-high 32 ground balls as a team.  

Marist will host arch MAAC rival Canisius at 4 p.m. April 12 in Tenney Stadium.