Ally Turturro made sure that it was a great week for Monmouth.
The Team 91 2016 alumna by way of Miller Place was a veritable scoring machine for the Hawks, putting in five goals in a 16-12 win over Rutgers and following it up with two more goals in a 17-13 triumph over Holy Cross.
It wasn’t just about the goals, either. Turturro grabbed six draw controls and three ground balls against the Scarlet Knights before securing seven draw controls in the win over the Crusaders.
— Hopkins Lacrosse (@HopkinsLacrosse) March 7, 2020
Hofstra 15, Johns Hopkins 14
Johns Hopkins 13, Saint Joseph’s 10
’16 Mackenzie Heldberg (Smithtown West) continued her recent torrid scoring stretch by burning the Hawks for four goals and an assist in Johns Hopkins‘ third victory in four games.
Heldberg also added a ground ball for the Blue Jays, and it marked her fifth straight multi-goal game and third hat trick in the past five games. Earlier in the week, she popped off for two goals and an assist, to go along with two ground balls and a caused turnover.
Georgetown 21, George Washington 6
UC-Davis 15, Georgetown 14
’16 Natalia Lynch (Smithtown West) carried the Hoyas to a win with an incredible five-goal, nine-draw control, one-caused turnover, one-ground ball effort, then added a hat trick, five draw controls and a ground ball against UC-Davis.
Quinnipiac 16, Hartford 9
Binghamton 10, Quinnipiac 8
Niagara 12, Binghamton 10
’17 Shannon Savage (Kings Park) pocketed a goal to go with a ground ball and a draw control to fuel the Bobcats’ win over the Hawks.
’15 Olivia Batista (Massapequa) buried a hat trick to go with an assist, a ground ball and a draw control, while ’17 Paige Volkmann (Center Moriches) had a goal, an assist, a ground ball, a draw control and a caused turnover to pace the Bearcats over Quinnipiac. ’19 Cassidy Evans (Glenn) caused a pair of turnovers and grabbed a ground ball, while ’17 Brianna Distler (Rocky Point) added a ground ball.
Earlier in the week, Volkmann dropped four goals and a ground ball on Niagara, Distler chipped in a caused turnover and a ground ball, Evans added a caused turnover and Batista contributed an assist and a ground ball.
La Salle 18, LIU 6
’18 Hailey Duchnowski (Miller Place) denied eight shots sent her way and had a pair of ground balls for the Sharks.
Temple 15, Columbia 12
Cornell 20, Columbia 2
’17 Chelsea Witteck (Smithtown West) kept the Lions close with the Owls by tallying a hat trick to go with a ground ball, then caused a turnover against the Big Red.
Tampa 14, Concordia-St. Paul 9
Tampa 19, North Greenville 5
’17 Kayla Kosubinsky (Smithtown West) paced a balanced attack in a pair of Spartan wins with a goal against Concordia, followed by a goal and two assists to complete the sweep.
Assumption 19, Southern Connecticut State 6
Assumption 10, Molloy 4
’17 Haley Rose (Shoreham-Wading River) collected a pair of ground balls and then later scored a goal, dislodged a pair of turnovers and grabbed three ground balls to pace Assumption to a pair of wins.
Queens 15, Florida Southern 14
Queens 27, Coker 0
Florida Southern 17, Regis 5
’16 Allison Conn (Floyd) scored a goal and caused a turnover as Queens knocked off a top-10 foe in Florid Southern. She added a pair of goals, three ground balls and a caused turnover in the rout of Coker. ’17 Lexi Willets (Floyd) had a caused turnover and a ground ball, then matched that stat line and added three draw controls in the shutout.
’17 Brittany Iamele (Rocky Point) was lights-out in relief in a pummeling of top-1o team Regis, making 10 saves on 11 shots as the Mocs rolled.
Belmont Abbey 19, Chowan 3
’17 Sarah Schaefer (Rocky Point) paced a stingy defensive effort – one that held Chowan off the board for the first half – with a caused turnover.
Young Harris 16, Catawba 11
’19 Emma Brennan (Center Moriches) caused a turnover to help Young Harris to a win.
Lock Haven 15, Millersville 6
Shippensburg 14, Lock Haven 13
’17 Caitlin Morrow (Massapequa) led the charge for the Bald Eagles with two goals and an assist against Millersville, then put forth a strong four-goal, one-assist, one-ground ball, one-caused turnover day against Shippensburg.
Post 17, District of Columbia 5
’16 Kianna Franklin (North Babylon) supplied 60 percent of the Firebirds’ offense with three goals to go with four draw controls.
Plattsburgh 20, Norwich 14
Plattsburgh 12, College of Mount Saint Vincent 11
’19 Lindsay Guzzetta (East Islip) tallied her first career hat trick to go along with a dozen draw controls in the win over Norwich, then followed it up with a goal, three draw controls, a caused turnover and a ground ball to keep the Cardinals perfect.
Scranton 20, Farmingdale State 10
’19 Caroline Miller (Glenn) buried her first career goal as Scranton doubled up the Rams.
MIT 14, Western Connecticut 4
’19 Anna Schipf (Babylon) made her debut in relief for West Conn, making four saves in goal.