If early returns are accurate, the Gordon women's lacrosse team will be a scoring machine this spring.
The Fighting Scots had another offensive outburst Saturday, blowing by Husson 18-4 to stay undefeated on the season at 4-0.
Anna Bloomberg led the way with four goals while Jordan Alexander scored three and had three assists. Stephanie Fitzgerald and Kelly Linehan each had two goals and an assist for the winners, who poured on 14 goals in the first half to secure the win.
Endicott 15, Salve Regina 6: Endicott scored the first eight goals and coasted in for its first Commonwealth Coast Conference victory (3-1 overall, 1-0 CCC). Junior Holly Davis scored five goals, scooped four ground balls and collected five draw controls. Junior Kelly Tierney had four goals and two assists, while senior Morgan DeShaw pitched in two goals and four assists for Endicott. Sophomore Callie Murphy added three goals for the Gulls.
Endicott splits: The Gulls lost to Trinity 5-2 in the opening game of a doubleheader, but answered with a 7-2 win in the second game to close their Florida trip with a 4-6 record.
Endicott scored first in the opener when Tad Gold tripled home Harry Oringer. The Gulls only managed one more unearned run, and finished with just three hits. Michael Nich took the loss despite throwing a complete-game with six strikeouts.
In the second game, Endicott scored three runs in the third inning and four more in the fourth to pull away from Trinity. Colin Sitarz went 2 for 4 with five RBI, while Gold contributed two hits and one RBI. Ralph Fidaleo also drove in a run for the Gulls.
Sophomore Connor McLaughlin picked up his first win of the season by throwing two innings of one-hit, scoreless relief.
KNox 12, Salem State 1: The Vikings fell in the finale of their season opening trip to Florida, but after sweeping a doubleheader from Wisconsin-Lutheran on Friday, the Vikings come home with an 8-3 record.
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Mount Ida 7, Salem State 6: The Vikings (2-4) scored two goals in the fourth quarter, but the come-from-behind bid fell short. Nate Arminio led the charge with four goals while Ryan Gendreau had a goal and an assist. Jesse Fentross also scored for SSU.
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Endicott drops two: The Gulls (9-11 overall) lost a pair of non-conference matches in Tampa, Fla., falling to JWU-Denver, 3-1, and No. 6 ranked Stevens, 3-0. Sophomore Travis Netherton had a season-best 14 kills in the JWU-Denver match.