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#16 Denver Gets by Duquesne 14-11
Janna Faulkner recorded a hat trick Tuesday at Denver
 
Janna Faulkner recorded a hat trick Tuesday at Denver
 

Feb. 26, 2008

Box Score

DENVER - The Duquesne lacrosse team lost a hard-fought contest at #16 Denver Tuesday afternoon, 14-11. This game concludes their two-game road trip which began Sunday afternoon with a 21-18 loss to Stony Brook.

Sarah Cates and Janna Faulkner each scored a hat trick and Caitlin Carducci made 12 saves for Duquesne who fell to 0-4 on the season.

Ali Flury had a game-high five goals, all scored in the second half, for Denver.

Denver got an early 3-0 lead before the Duquesne defense clamped down on the high-scoring Pioneers holding them scoreless for the next 21 minutes. Sarah Cates led an offensive charge, scoring two of five straight Duquesne goals to take a 5-3 lead into halftime.

A pair of early Denver second half goals tied the contest at 5-5 before Janna Faulkner's score regained the lead for Duquesne. The Dukes' advantage would only last 14 seconds as the Pioneers' Megan Carver evened the score off a pass from Megan Tyrie.

Denver would regain the lead after Fleury's first goal of the match. Duquesne responded with back-to-back goals from Ashley Wood and Sarah Cates to take an 8-7 advantage.

The Pioneers would go on to score the next five goals, including the game-winner from Carver with 9:02 left, to put Denver up 12-8.

Duquesne would score three more times, but could not catch the Pioneers as Faulkner's goal with 1:22 left closed out the scoring with Denver taking the 14-11 victory.

 

 

The most difficult schedule in program history continues Saturday as Duquesne travels to Nashville, Ten. to face #12 Vanderbilt.

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