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#10 ERAU Women Make ‘Short’ Work of Shorter with 21-1 Win; East Lake’s Samantha Reich/Foremen Lead 11 Scorers with 4G Each

via ERAU press release/website


No. 10 Women’s Lacrosse Soars Past Shorter 21-1

ROME, Ga. – Tenth-ranked Embry-Riddle Women’s Lacrosse saw five players total four points or more in a decisive 21-2 victory over Shorter (1-6), Wednesday afternoon at the Hawks Ben Brady Field. Winners of their last four games, the Eagles are now 8-1 on the year.
Kenley Zeruto paced the Eagles with seven points on two goals and five assists. The Eagles received four-goal performances from Samantha Reich and Callison Foreman, while Alexa Zeruto added three goals and an assist, and Ava Rogala matched her career-high with four points on a goal and three assists.
All three of Embry-Riddle’s goalies saw time in the cage. Ella-Rae Cox got her fifth start of the season, recording four saves in her 30-minute shutout. Aubrey Fixen also shut out the Hawks in her 15 minutes of play, and Madeline Nees, in the first game of her collegiate career, only let in one goal in the fourth quarter.
The Eagles had one of their best overall performances of the season. They executed all 11 clear opportunities perfectly, won the draw 16-9, outshot the Hawks 35-7 and caused 10 turnovers in the win.
Embry-Riddle is back at home on Saturday to host Head Coach Caitlin Kenahan’s alma mater Saint Anselm at the ERAU Lacrosse Field. Game time is scheduled for 1 p.m.