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8-1 1stH Helps #12 Lynn Women Cruise to 16-9 Win over Montevallo; Clagett 4G, Johnson 3G, Defense with 14 CTO’s

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Flanagan alum Diane Dohler with 2G/2A/2CTOs, AH-Plantation alum Jordyn McCullough 1G, All Saints Academy alum Sara Williams 1A

via Lynn press release/website


Trio combine for 12 points in win over Montevallo

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Senior Diane Dohler, sophomore Elizabeth Clagett and graduate student Elizabeth Tamasitis combined to score 12 points as the No. 12 Lynn University women’s lacrosse team defeated Montevallo, 16-9, Tuesday afternoon. The Fighting Knights have now won eight-straight games and sit at 9-1 overall on the season.
– Lynn outshot the visitors 33-14, caused 14 Falcon turnovers and held a 17-12 lead in draw controls
– The Fighting Knights scored nine of the game’s first 10 goals for a 9-1 lead early in the third quarter
– Montevallo scored eight second-half goals and narrowed their final deficit to seven
– Dohler and Tamasitis each scored in the first quarter as Lynn grabbed a 5-0 cushion after 15 minutes of play
– Clagett opened the second quarter scoring for the hosts with a goal at 7:56
– Junior Jordyn McCullough and sophomore Olivia Fox scored inside the final five minutes of the opening half and sophomore Rebecca Clark opened the third quarter with a goal for the 9-1 lead
– Dohler scored at 5:22 in the third and Clagett scored a woman-up goal with 59 seconds left for an 11-4 lead after 45 minutes of play
– Clagget and junior Kristyn Johnson each tacked on two goals in the fourth to help set the final at 16-9
– Both teams scored three goals in the third and five in the fourth
– Dohler scored twice with two assists and two caused turnovers
– Clagett scored four goals with three draw controls
– Tamasitis scored once with three assists
– Clark again filled up the stat sheet with two goals one assist, three ground balls, two caused turnovers and five draw controls
– Sophomore Isabella Connelly caused three turnovers and had five draw controls
– Sophomore Callista Elica needed just one save in 30 minutes of action for the victory

– Lynn hosts No. 8 Embry-Riddle on Saturday at 12:30 pm