@DuqLax Second-Half Comeback Falls Short
April 13, 2017

Box Score

TEAM RECORDS: DUQ (2-11, 0-5 A-10) // SBU  (3-9, 1-3 A-10)

 Jaworski // Arnold // Fallon // Perta // Appel // Bradley // Knaub // Johnson // Middlebrookes // Nagowski // Yoder 

DUQ STARTERS: Shaw // Vacanti // Matthai // Bradshaw // Petrosky // Shaw // Dawley // Conway // Drotar // Blackburn // Gubler // Micho // Vacanti // Matthai 

KEEPERS OF RECORD: DUQ: McMinimee (2-9) // SBU: Conroy (3-8) 

Shaw (1) // Hart (1) // Battles (1) // Vacanti (1) // Buettner (2) // DeHaven (3) // Konieczny (1) // Matthai (1) 

A second-half comeback by the Duquesne lacrosse team fell short Thursday afternoon as the Dukes fell to St. Bonaventure 13-11 in Olean, N.Y. 

Kaitlyn DeHaven's three goals were a team high for the Dukes, who outscored St. Bonaventure 7-4 in the second half. Megan Buettner added two goals and recorded a career-high four ground balls. Erin Conway matched a game-high three caused turnovers and a team-high four ground balls. 

Scarlet Jaworski led the Bonnies with four goals and keeper Morgan Conroy posted 17 saves. 

1H: Maddie Hart opened the match with a goal at 24:06 to put the Dukes on the board. Bonaventure quickly responded, netting a goal at 23:31, leveling the match at 1-1. There were two ties and three lead changes until Jaworski's goal with 13:05 to go put SBU ahead for the remainder of the half. Bonaventure would lead 9-4 heading into halftime. 

2H: The Dukes scored four straight (Buettner, DeHaven (2), Jill Vacanti) to bring the match within one goal, at 9-8 with 17:38 remaining. SBU scored back-to-back goals to extend its lead to 11-8 with 11:37 to go. Three unanswered goals from the Dukes (Courtney Battles, Megan Konieczny, Buettner) tied the match at 11-11 with 7:46 left. St. Bonaventure's goal with 5:43 on the clock proved to be the game-winner. 

UP NEXT: The Dukes travel to Davidson, N.C. for a 12 p.m. match on Saturday. 




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