Sara Bey (Calhoun) had six goals and an assist and Danielle Weir (St. Dominic) added three goals and three assists to lead Old Westbury (6-11, 4-3) over Mount Saint Vincent (0-7), 18-5, in a Skyline Conference women’s lacrosse game on Saturday. Old Westbury advances to its first Skyline Conference tournament as the No. 4 seed playing No. 1 St. Joseph’s May 4.
Adelphi 14, Saint Anselm 5: Rachel Aitkens had four goals and Emily Keesling added two goals and three assists to lead No. 1 Adelphi (16-0, 1-0) over Saint Anselm (7-8, 6-7) in Northeast-10 play. Kate Beier (West Islip) added three goals.
Dowling 19, Philadelphia 10: Katie Meinecke (Eastport-South Manor) had four goals and seven assists to lead Dowling (15-2) over Philadelphia (12-5) in a non-conference game. Allie Merrill (Island Trees) added four goals and two assists and Brooke Kreuscher (Bayport-Blue Point) had three goals and two assists.
LIU Post 16, Mercy 2: Connor Bird and Emily Delaney each had three goals and three assists to lead LIU Post (14-3, 7-1) over Mercy (12-5, 5-3) in East Coast Conference play. The Pioneers scored the game’s final 14 goals.
Farmingdale State 22, Sage 8: Kristen Keller (Clarke) had six goals on six shots and two assists and Brittany Rosino (North Babylon) added four goals and four assists to lead Farmingdale State (7-9, 6-1 Skyline Conference) over Sage (6-9, 1-6). Alexandra Sparrow (Division) added four goals and an assist and Janisha Sanchez (Brentwood) had three goals and an assist for the Rams. Farmingdale dominated in the second half, winning the period 13-3.
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St. Joseph’s 12, SUNY-Purchase 7: Jenna Kelleher (Sachem East) had three goals and two assists and Jessica Cordano (Connetquot) added three goals to lead St. Joseph’s (7-0) in Skyline Conference.
Mount St. Mary 20, Maritime 7: Freshman Krista Deleva (Miller Place) set the Maritime program record for goals in a season (36) in a losing effort against Mount St. Mary (7-8, 3-4 Skyline). Deleva scored twice for Maritime (4-9, 2-5) with Caroline Reynolds adding two goals. Katie Gattoni led Mount St. Mary with five goals and six assists.
Molloy 16, Roberts Wesleyan 13: Kevin Teresky (Whitman) had five goal and two assists and Connor Slane (North Babylon) added five goals to lead Molloy (10-5, 4-4 East Coast Conference) over Roberts Wesleyan (3-13, 1-7).
St. John’s 8, Georgetown 5: Jason DeBenedictis (Sachem East) had three goals and Eric DeJohn added two goals and two assist to lead St. John’s over Georgetown and to its first Big East win of the season. St. John’s (2-12, 1-4) scored five goals in the first quarter. Harry Burke made 15 saves.
Dowling 25, Dominican College 7: Dowling (10-4, 6-2) used a 10-2 second quarter to propel itself to an East Coast Conference win. Brian White (Bayport-Blue Point) led the Golden Lions with three goals and seven assists. Josh Shaw (Bayport-Blue Point) added three goals and three assists.
NYIT 16, Chestnut Hill 7: Tom Hughes (Comsewogue) had three goals and three assist to lead NYIT (12-3, 7-1) over Chestnut Hill (6-7, 4-4) in East Coast Conference play. Vincent Ferraro (Smithtown East) added three goals and an assist and Will Kistinger (Connetquot) scored three goals.
LIU Post 18, District of Columbia 3: The Pioneers (10-3, 7-1) used a 9-1 first quarter to catapult itself past District of Columbia (4-8, 1-7) in East Coast Conference play. Anthony Berardis had three goals and three assists and Matty Beccaris (North Babylon) added four goals and an assist.
Farmingdale State 25, Mount Saint Vincent 1: Farmingdale State (12-4, 4-2) had 17 different goal scorers in its Skyline Conference victory over Mount Saint Vincent. Michael Cegielski led the Rams with four goals and four assists.