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O'Shea recorded 22 saves on the loss
 
Knights fall to the Cavaliers

March 25, 2008

RADNOR, Pa. (March 25) -Junior Gabby D'Ambrosio added three more goals and one assist to her point  tally but it was not enough to pull ahead of the Cabrini College women's lacrosse team. Neumann College lost to Cabrini 17-8.  With the loss, the Knights fall to 2-3 and  2-1 in the league.

  

Cabrini jumped to a quick 4-0 lead in the opening 12 minutes of the game before the Knights got on the scoreboard at the 13:30 mark.  Neumann would score once more in the half but Cabrini responded with four unanswered scores to take an 8-2 lead at the break. 

 

In the first six minutes of the second period, Cabrini used a 4-0 run to take a ten-goal lead and went in front by 12 goals on three occasions before earning the 17-8 win.

  

The Cavaliers held a 49-18 advantage in shots and forced Neumann into 28 turnovers. 

 

Gabby D'Ambrosio led the Neumann with three goals and one assist while Caitlin O'Shea recorded 22 saves in the goal. Rachael DiCicco and Dominique Thompson both had two goals and Colleen Finnegan had one.

 

Neumann faces the College of Notre Dame of Maryland back at home on Saturday, March 29th at 1PM.

 

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