Nolan led the Huskies with eight goals and three assists to lead UConn to a 20-8 rout against Cincinnati (6-7, 2-4) on Friday afternoon. She also collected two ground balls for the Panthers.
Coach Kat Dennington's Gaelettes got seven goals and three assists off the stick of Megan Kreitler, and four goals and an assist from Danielle Krietler.
Danielle Kreitler was a double threat for Shelton with four goals and three draw controls. Sophomore Bailey Grant (Chelmsford, Massachusetts/Chelmsford) posted 11 saves in the Skyhawks goal, adding six ground balls and a caused turnover.
1st half, Olympians' Kaylanie Surio scores the first goal of the game to give the Eagles the early lead. Ednie finished with two points on one goal and one assist while freshman midfielder Erin Kerstetter added one goal.
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John Jay closed within 16-12 late in the second half, but a nice save from Held was followed by Tobin's interception and game-ending goal.
Virginia opened the game with a pair of goals in the opening five minutes, but Blalock's back-to-back goals knotted the game back up.
Senior attack Heidi Colford poured in a career-high six goals while adding two assists in leading the Wagner women's lacrosse team to a thrilling 12-11 victory over Mount St. Mary's at sun-splashed Hameline Field on Saturday.
Adelphi halted the run there as junior Chelsea Abreu (Huntington, New York/Harborfields) scored with 18:55 to go and the Panthers netted the final seven goals of the contest to seal the win.