Women’s Lacrosse Season Ends at Cazenovia

Kendall Neuberger (22) scored three goals for Keuka College in the loss
Kendall Neuberger (22) scored three goals for Keuka College in the loss

CAZENOVIA, N.Y. – The Keuka College Women's Lacrosse team lost on Tuesday to the First Round of the North Eastern Athletic Conference Tournament to Cazenovia College by the score of 12-8.

Keuka College finished the season with a 6-8 record overall after posting a 5-4 record in conference play.

Kendall Neuberger and Abigail Wood each scored three goals for the Wolves. Morgan Bruno and Vera Freda also added goals for Keuka College in the loss. Ally Thayer made 10 saves in goal for Keuka College.

Keuka College 8 at Cazenovia College 12

Cazenovia College scored the first two goals of the game to start a low scoring first half. The Wolves got on the board with 13:23 left in the half to make it 2-1. The Wildcats outscored the Wolves 3-1 over the last 10 minutes of the half to lead 5-2 at the break. Cazenovia came out of halftime and scored four straight to push their lead to 9-2. Kendall Neuberger scored for Keuka halfway through the second to stop the run, but Cazenovia got the goal back 11 seconds later. The Wolves outscored the Wildcats 5-1 in the final 10:30 of the game, attempting to mount a comeback, but it was not enough as Keuka College lost to Cazenovia College 12-8.

Controlling Possessions: Keuka College held a 13-9 advantage in draw controls against Cazenovia College. When Cazenovia had the ball, the Wolves caused a season-high 17 turnovers and collected 30 groundballs in the game, also a season-high.

KC Notes:

  • The Wolves are now 13-5 all-time against the Wildcats, but Cazenovia has won three straight meetings
  • Keuka College is now 13-3 in the North Eastern Athletic Conference Tournament
  • Elizabeth Sherman set a new career-high with four caused turnovers. She also led the team in draw controls and groundballs on Tuesday
  • With her two points on Tuesday, Morgan Bruno has now amassed 173 points in her career, passing teammate Sydney Forshay for fifth most in a career in Keuka College history