MARCY, N.Y. — The Keuka College Women's Lacrosse team moved to 6-0 on the season with a 20-8 North Eastern Athletic Conference victory at SUNY Poly on Sunday.
Brenna Voigt set a new career-high with five goals for Keuka College (6-0, 3-0 NEAC). Vanessa Tsarevich and Vera Freda each added four goals. Freda finish with six total points, adding a pair of assists. Kendall Neuberger also had a six-point game with three goals and three assists.
Keuka College 20 at SUNY Poly 8
The Wolves got out to a quick start as Sara Beresovoy scored two goals in the first 2:30 of the game. Vera Freda followed that with a pair of goals as the Wolves led 4-0 five minutes into play. The lead grew to 6-0 before SUNY Poly got on the board. The Wolves remained in control for the half. Keuka led by as many as nine in the half and carried an 11-4 lead into the break.
SUNY Poly got on the board first in the second half, but Keuka responded with four straight goals to grow their lead to ten goals, 15-5. SUNY Poly scored three goals in a 34 second span to make it 15-8, but once again, Keuka had a response. The Green and Gold closed with five unanswered goals in the final 10 minutes as Keuka College defeated SUNY Poly 20-8.
- Keuka College improves to 6-1 all-time against SUNY Poly in women's lacrosse
- The Wolves have won five straight games on the road this season, tying for the third best road winning streak in program history
- Kendall Neuberger scored her 86th goal of her career, passing Morgan Bruno '17 for eighth all-time
- Neuberger also moved into eighth on the career assist list with 34
- All four of Vanessa Tsarevich's goals came on free-position shots. She has a team-high nine on the season and leads the NEAC with six free-position goals in conference games
- Tsarevich also became the third Keuka College player ever to score four free-position goals in a single game, tying the school record
- Elizabeth Sherman had a game-high nine draw controls for the Wolves. She moved into fourth on the single season list with 49 through just six games
Up Next for Keuka College: For the second time this season, Keuka College will travel to Houghton College to face the Highlanders. The first game was called due to unsafe conditions and snow just two minutes shy of being considered an official game with Keuka leading 18-8. The Wolves lost the first ever meeting with Houghton College last season.