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2016-17 Emmanuel College Women's Lacrosse News

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    March 21, 2017
    REGIS CLAWS PAST EMMANUEL WOMEN’S LACROSSE, 10-6 BOSTON, Mass. – Freshman attack Kerri Anselmo (Natick, Mass.) registered five points on four goals and one assist to power Regis College to a 10-6 victory over Emmanuel College Tuesday evening in non-conference women’s lacrosse action at Roberto Clemente Field. The Pride stay perfect with the victory and improve to 5-0 on the year while the Saints are still in search of their first win, falling to 0-4 overall.
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    March 13, 2017
    WINTER STORM STELLA POSTPONES MEN'S VOLLEYBALL, WOMEN'S LACROSSE & MEN'S LACROSSE BOSTON, Mass. – Due to the impending Winter Storm Stella, several Emmanuel College athletic events have been postponed to ensure the safety of all student-athletes, coaches and administrators.
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    March 05, 2017
    WOMEN’S LACROSSE DROPS TWO DECISIONS ON CAROLINA SWING HILTON HEAD, S.C.- The Emmanuel College women’s lacrosse team took off for warmer weather over spring break where they were blanked by Muhlenberg College 16-0 and fell to Cazenovia College 11-4. The games dropped the Saints to 0-3 and pushed the Mules and Wildcats to 2-1 and 1-1 respectively.
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    March 01, 2017
    WOMEN'S LACROSSE FALLS TO UMASS DARTMOUTH IN SEASON-OPENER, 12-9 DARTMOUTH, Mass. - The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth women's lacrosse team scored seven unanswered goals to erase a first half deficit and defeat Emmanuel College, 12-9, Wednesday afternoon at Cressy Field. The Corsairs open the 2017 season with a 1-1 record while the loss moves the Saints to 0-1.
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    February 16, 2017
    WOMEN'S LACROSSE PICKED FOURTH IN GNAC PRE-SEASON COACHES' POLL WINTHROP, Mass. – Lasell College, which last spring claimed the second GNAC Women’s Lacrosse Championship in program history, has been selected atop the 2017 preseason poll, as voted upon by the league’s 10 head coaches. The Lasers, who appeared as the No. 4 seed in the GNAC Tournament last year, received 89 points and five first-place votes, while second-place Johnson & Wales University (RI) was just one point off the pace (88) with one first-place tally.