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Women's Lacrosse Visits JMU

March 24, 2005

Baltimore, Md. - The Loyola women's lacrosse team looks to rebound after tough road losses to Princeton and Boston as they travel to James Madison Friday. The Greyhounds are currently 2-4 and ranked 17th in the latest national poll while the Dukes are 4-2 overall.

Loyola owns a 20-12 record over James Madison. The Greyhounds have won the last three games in the series between the two.

JMU is currently lead by sophomore Kelly Berger with 18 goals and two assists. She is followed by classmates Brooke McKenzie and Lynlea Cronin. McKenzie has 12 goals and two assists to date while Cronin has scored 10 goals.

Berger also leads in groundball pickups at 19. Ashlee Dardine ranks highest in caused turnovers at 17 while Julie Stone is the leader on the draw with 16.

Rachel Shuck leads the Greyhounds in overall scoring with 21 points from seven goals and 14 assists. Kate McHarg is second in points but first in goals with 16 goals and an assist. Sydney Greene is third in scoring with 14 goals. Freshman Kate Filippelli and Maura Kenny round out the top five with 11 points each.

Laura Carper leads the Greyhounds in caused turnovers with eight. McHarg is the leader at center with 17 draw controls. McHarg and Filippelli lead in groundballs with 18 a peice while Kristin McKay follows with 17.

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