Women's Lacrosse Blanks Maritime College for Fourth Straight Win, 16-0

Box Score

Montclair, NJ (3/19/11) – Senior attack Meghan Spitzer (Mount Olive, NJ / Mount Olive) had a hand in half of Montclair State goals scoring twice and assisting on six others as the Red Hawks won their fourth straight blanking SUNY Maritime, 16-0 in Skyline Conference women’s lacrosse action at Sprague Field on Saturday afternoon.

Senior Kayla Henderson (Landing, NJ / Roxbury) and juniors Cora Delfini (New Egypt, NJ / New Egypt) and Maggie Fallon (Cherry Hill, NJ / Camden Catholic) each scored three times as MSU improved to 4-2 overall, 2-0 in the Skyline Conference.

Sophomore goalkeeper Courtney Marietta (Grantville, PA / Lower Dauphin) made four saves for the Privateers, who dropped their fourth straight. Maritime is now 1-5 overall, 0-3 in the conference.

Montclair State scored 11 times in the first half, including four in the first 2:18 of the game. Henderson put the first tally up 17 seconds in off an assist from Spitzer before the latter followed with a goal of her own 1:15 later as the Red Hawks went up 2-0.  Kailee Beal (Landing, NJ / Roxbury) connected 18 seconds later and Spitzer scored again on a free-position attempt as Montclair led 4-0 with 27:42 left. 

Kelcie Wavra (Gillette, NJ / Watchung Hills)
 netted her first of the season two minutes later with Delfini and Fallon each scoring twice during a four-minute stretch as Montclair State led 9-0 with 18:15 remaining. Spitzer set up Krissa Henderson (Landing, NJ / Roxbury) for a goal before Kristen Quigley (Marlton, NJ / Cherokee) capped off the first half scoring barrage by MSU with 7:22 to play. 

Sophomore goalkeeper Tiffani Henderson (Landing, NJ / Roxbury) made six saves as she recorded her second career shutout. Beal, who also had three assists, had nine draws, four ground balls and three caused turnovers. Kayla Henderson added two draws, four ground balls and two caused turnovers while Delfini recorded three ground balls and two forced turnovers. 

Montclair State returns to action on Tuesday, March 29 as they take on Kean University in Union, NJ at 4:30 pm. Maritime College is back in action on Sunday, March 27 as the Privateers host Keuka College at 1:00 pm.