Women's Lacrosse Cruises Past NY Maritime, 18-3

Box Score

Throggs Neck, NY (4/10/10) – Senior midfielder Morgan MacPhee (Toms River, NJ / Toms River East) scored four goals as Montclair State netted the first 13 in the first half and cruised to an 18-3 win over New York Maritime on Saturday afternoon.

Cora Delfini (New Egypt, NJ / New Egypt) added three goals as the Red Hawks won their sixth straight, moving to 7-3 on the year while remaining unbeaten in the Skyline Conference at 5-0.

Montclair scored the first 15 goals of the game, including a 13-0 first period. Delfini got the offensive explosion going 26 seconds into the contest as she scored unassisted. Kailee Beal (Succasunna, NJ / Roxbury) scored 13 seconds later and a free-position tally by Kayla Henderson (Landing, NJ / Roxbury) made the score 309 with 27:03 to play.

MacPhee netted two of her goals around Delfini's second and Meghan Spitzer's (Mount Olive, NJ / Mount Olive) goal with 23:01 to play gaveMontclair a 7-0 advantage. Beal and Henderson, who finished with three goals, each added their second and MacPhee's third of the half with 14:17 to go made the score 11-0. Nicole McCoach (Statford, NJ / Sterling) and Carla Davis (Decatur, GA / Decatur) had the final two goals of the half as Montclair led 13-0 at the break.

Henderson and Delfini scored early in the second half to complete the run for the Red Hawks.

Jessica Curran (Yorktown Heights, NY / Lakeland) finished with a goal and assist as 10 different players collected a goal in the game. Henderson added four draws while Delfini and MacPhee each registered three. Goalkeepers Tiffani Henderson (Landing, NJ / Roxbury) and Tracy Manella (Haworth, NJ / NV - Demarest) each had one save as Montclair outshot the Privateers 25-9 and recorded 18 draws in the contest.

Montclair State returns to action on Wednesday, April 14 as they host Bard College at Sprague Field beginning at 5:00 pm. The game is the front end of a men’s and women’s doubleheader as MSU will hold its annual “Lax for Autism” evening at Sprague Field.