Tuesday's Game: Maine Maritime Academy (1-4) at Husson University (3-3), 3:30 p.m., Boucher Field, Bangor, Maine.
Series History: The Eagles hold a 5-0 all-time record over the Mariners, including a 2-0 record when hosting.
Last Meeting: Maine Maritime Academy women's lacrosse fell to Husson University 15-8, last season on April 27, 2018 in a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) Quarterfinal matchup at Boucher Field.
The Eagles jumped out to a 5-0 lead before the Mariners found the back of the net on a free position goal from Sydney Adams (Trumbull, Conn.) at 18:38. The two teams exchanged goals, before the Eagles scored back-to-back goals to take an 8-2 lead. Adams added her second goal of the game at 4:11 and Shelby O'Neil tallied a goal to cut the Husson lead to 8-4. The Eagles added one more goal, late in the first half to take a 9-4 lead into halftime.
Adams opened up the scoring in the second half, but the Eagles scored four-unanswered goals to build a 13-5 lead and despite three late-game goals, Husson claimed the 15-8 victory.
Adams led the Mariners with four goals, six draw controls and three ground balls, while O'Neil ended the afternoon with two goals, three ground balls, a draw control and a caused turnover and Madison Barry (Stoneham, Mass.) added a goal and an assist. Olivia Le Blanc (Conifer, Colo.) tallied the other goal for the Mariners to go with two ground balls, and Sierra James (Campton, N.H.) led the Mariners defensively with six ground balls and two caused turnovers while stopping 12 shots in net.
Amanda Deshaies led the Eagles with six goals, three assists, six draw controls, five ground balls and two caused turnovers. Cali Newton added a hat trick, one assist and a ground balls and both Paige Daigle and Jordyn Labrie tallied two goals. Mallory Burchill earned the victory in net with nine saves and three ground balls.
The Eagles edged the Mariners in ground balls, 28-23 and draw controls 15-12.
Maine Maritime Academy's Last Game: Maine Maritime Academy women's lacrosse fell to UMaine-Farmington 8-7 last Wednesday evening at Ritchie Field.
Madison Barry put the Mariners on the board at 28:37, but the Beavers built a 3-1 lead. Christina Wilson (East Granby, Conn.) and Barry added goals to tie the game at 3-3 and the two teams exchanged goals late in the game to enter halftime deadlocked at 4-4.
Farmington took a 5-4 lead on a goal from Kaya Backman at 27:05 in the second half, but a free position goal from Sierra James tied the game at 5-5 at 20:13. The Beavers orchestrated a three-goal run led by back-to-back goals from Isabella Monbouquette to take a 8-5 lead with just over six minutes to play. The Mariners fought back with two late-game goals from Wilson and James, but the Beavers hung on for the victory.
Barry, James and Wilson led the Mariners with two goals each, while Madison Savary (Bath, Maine) added the other goal. Wilson led the Mariners with five caused turnovers and also contributed six ground balls and two draw controls, while James led the team with seven ground balls, and added a draw control and a caused turnover.
In net, Sydney Cole (Westbrook, Maine) stopped nine shots for the Mariners.
Backman and Monbouquette led the Beavers with three goals apiece, Samantha Cross led the team with four draw controls, and goalie Sydney Booth led UMF with six ground balls, while collecting six saves in the first half.
The Beavers edged the Mariners in ground balls 36-34, but the Mariners held an 11-6 advantage in draw controls.
Husson University's Last Game: Husson women's lacrosse defeated Northern Vermont University-Lyndon, 17-3 on Sunday afternoon at Sabine Field.
The Eagles scored 12 of their 17 goals in the first half. Felisha Olmstead snuck in an unassisted goal for the Hornets with 6:05 left in the opening half. Mary Cushing, Jordyn Labrie, and Cali Newton tallied two goals apiece in the first 30 minutes of play, while Riana Winslow tucked away a hat trick to help provide a 17-1 advantage going into halftime.
Husson outscored Lyndon 5-2 in the second half. Newton scored her third goal of the game to give Husson a 13-1 lead. Olmstead tacked on two more goals to complete her hat trick before the Eagles picked up a 17-3 triumph.
Cushing scored a game-high four goals and won four draw controls. Newton and Winslow both tallied three goals and one assist. Rose Davies scooped up five ground balls and caused four turnovers.
Olmstead tallied all three of Lyndon's goals. Tori McCormack picked up three ground balls, won four draw controls, and caused a game-high of five turnovers. Michaela Columbia recorded four ground balls, won two draw controls, and caused two turnovers.
Mallory Burchill made six saves for the Eagles while Zoe Pierce-Olhson made seven saves for the Hornets.
The Eagles outshot the Hornets, 31-13, while the NVU-Lyndon won the draw control battle, 13-9.
The Mariners: After five games, the Mariners average 7.00 goals and 19.00 shots per game, while averaging 22.2 percent on free position shots and 9.00 draw controls per game.
Madison Savary leads the Mariners with nine goals, Madison Barry leads the team with three assists and Sydney Adams leads the team with 16 draw controls. Christina Wilson leads the team with 11 caused turnovers and 19 ground balls. Sydney Cole leads the Mariners with 42 saves, for a 41.2 save percentage.
The Eagles: After six games the Eagles average 9.33 goals and 21.00 shots per game, while averaging 38.2 percent on free position shots and 9.33 draw controls per game.
Mary Cushing leads the Eagles with 20 goals and 12 caused turnovers, Ashley Cummings leads the team with eight assists, and Maddy Olsen leads the team with 23 draw controls. Both Cushing and Olsen lead the team with 18 ground balls and in net, Mallory Burchill has 68 saves for a 52.7 save percentage.