Women's Lacrosse Tripped Up By Endicott

Women's Lacrosse Tripped Up By Endicott

CLERMONT, Fla. - The Keene State women's lacrosse program fell to Endicott, 12-6, on Monday afternoon at the National Training Center during their first Spring Break contest. 


  • Keene State: 0-4, 0-0 LEC
  • Endicott: 3-1, 0-0 CCC

How It Happened 

Sophomore midfielder Chelsea Lewis, junior midfielder Tori Weinstock, and junior midfielder Taylor Farland each tallied two goals in the contest, as Weinstock also recorded five caused turnovers. Farland earned a game-best five draw controls and tied for a game-high five ground balls. 

For the Gulls, Meghan Lennon registered a game-high four goals and one assist, while Emily Whitney and Meghan Dutchyshyn each added two goals. 

Endicott scored four goals in the final 6:33 of the first half to balloon their lead to 7-0 at the end of one, yet the Owls came out of the locker room ready to find the back of the net. The Gulls tallied the first goal of the second stanza, before sophomore midfielder Chelseas Lewis responded by putting Keene State on the board with 27:23 remaining. Endicott answered with a goal just over two minutes later to bring their lead back up to eight, but Weinstock found a feed from freshman attack Gabby Smith to give the Owls their second goal with 24:49 remaining on the clock. 

The Gulls went on to score three consecutive goals, before Keene State closed out the game on a 4-0 run with goals from Lewis, Weinstock and two from Farland.

Inside the Crease

  • Senior goalkeeper Alison Argiro made seven saves over 39:00 minutes of play, while sophomore Anna O'Brien finished up the second stanza by recording one save over the final 21:00. 
  • Endicott narrowly outshot Keene State, 22-19, and earned 27 ground balls to the Owls' 21. 
  • Keene State won nine second half draw controls, while Endicott picked up four during the second half.

Up Next 

  • The Owls will return to the National Training Center for a matchup with SUNY Geneseo on Thursday, March 16th at 9 a.m. 
  • The Gulls will take on Springfield College at the NTC on Wednesday, March 15th at 9 a.m.