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JU Women’s Lacrosse Moves Win Streak to Three over Coastal Carolina

via JU press release


CONWAY, SC – #23 Jacksonville Women’s Lacrosse kicked off ASUN conference play on Friday afternoon, claiming another commanding win over Coastal Carolina by a score of 18-5.

The Dolphins jumped out to a huge first half lead scoring thirteen goals while also securing a running clock with 5:23 remaining in the second quarter, and after 30 minutes, the score would read 13-1 in favor of JU. Jenny Kinsey was lights out for Jacksonville in the half notching six goals and one assist.

Moving into the second half, the Dolphins would continue a theme of slow third quarters as they managed only one goal in the frame off of a Sarah Elms free position shot. Fortunately, the defense would stand tall and cause Coastal to turn the ball over six times, while also holding them to just one goal to keep the score at 14-2.

Entering the fourth quarter, the Chanticleers would go on a small three goal run but would still never challenge the Phins as they cruised to their third straight ten plus point victory in a row.

Scoring in the match was once again evenly distributed as nine different Dolphins got on the board, including the duo of Kinsey and Elms who combined for ten of the team’s 18 goals. Defensively, Molly Brock was fantastic causing three turnovers while also recording four ground balls and eight draw controls.

Both Dolphin keepers saw action again in the game, with Paige Pagano claiming her second start in a row, and the win, as she recorded six saves and only one goal allowed. Addy Tysdal would add three saves to the mix while also allowing four goals in the second half.


  • Dolphins move win streak to three, claim first away win of the season.
  • Kinsey notches 7 points in the first half alone, moves points total to 35.
  • Elms moves team leading goal total to 35.
  • Paige Pagano claims third win of her season in second straight start in net.


JU is back in action in less than two days when they travel to the USA Lacrosse Facility in Maryland to battle Cornell at 1 pm on Sunday.