Women’s Lacrosse Falls on the Road to No. 9/11 Mercy

Women’s Lacrosse Falls on the Road to No. 9/11 Mercy

PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. – The Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) women's lacrosse team (0-4) fell to No. 9/11 Mercy (6-1) by a final of 21-6 in Pleasantville, N.Y. on Saturday night.

The Rams scored three goals in each half in the loss.

Freshman Camryn Sullivan notched her second-straight hat trick. The freshman now ranks second on the team with six goals and first with nine points.

Junior Laura Dunne, senior Samantha Ryder and sophomore Sarah von Lange also scored goals on Saturday in the nonconference tilt.

von Lange leads the Rams with eight goals through four games.

Freshman Erin Campbell and junior Chanel D'Angelo led the squad with three goundballs each. D'Angelo also caused a game-high four Mercy turnovers.

Mercy jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the opening five minutes before Sullivan scored her first of the night. Sullivan and von Lange went on to score back-to-back goals to make it 6-3. Mercy scored the final seven goals of the first half to lead 13-3 at the break.

Mercy continued its run, scoring the next eight goals before the Rams scored the final three with 9:22, 7:09 and 4:06 to play to close out the 21-6 game.

Jefferson Women's Lacrosse returns to action for their home opener on Wednesday, March 21 against Georgian Court at 4 p.m. from Ravenhill Field. Any updates due to weather will be posted to jeffersonrams.com and be reflected on the women's lacrosse schedule page.