menu-toggle Created with Sketch.

Women’s Lacrosse Slips to UMass in Tightly Contested Contest

March 7, 2015

WEST POINT, N.Y. – The Army club women’s lacrosse team used a late second-half charge to battle back to within a goal against Massachusetts’ club squad, but was unable to come all the way back during a 17-16 setback on Saturday afternoon at Shea Stadium. The Black Knights slip to 3-1 on the season following the defeat.

Sophomore Erin Jollota tallied a game-high four goals for Army, while also leading all players with seven draw controls. Senior Amanda Harrison and sophomore Sage Klemek each totaled two goals and an assist and freshman Kiersten Spencer finished the game with a goal and three assists to go along with seven ground balls.

Freshmen Taylor England and Amy Johnston each scored two goals off the bench for the Black Knights, while sophomore Dominique Butts finished with three saves.

Army returns to the field tomorrow to host Rutgers’ club team at 1 p.m. at Shea Stadium.

The 2015 season marks Army’s final year at the club level, as the program will transition to the Division I ranks for its inaugural varsity campaign in the 2015-16 academic year and will compete in the Patriot League during the 2016 season.

Related Posts


  • College Football
  • June 6, 2017
  • Campus Insiders

Three Michigan State Football Players Dismissed From Team

Three Michigan State football players were dismissed from the team on Tuesday. Donnie Corley, Josh King and Demetric Vance were charged for an alleged incident on January 16 with a woman at an off-campus apartment. “After charges were announced, we took brief and immediate action,” Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis said in a Tuesday press […]

Live Events

All times are Eastern Time Zone.

Popular Posts