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NCAA Lacrosse: Denver Women’s Lacrosse Falls To Louisville In 12-7 On March 1; Cardinals Use 4-0 Second Half Run To Pull Away From Pioneers

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University of Denver senior Meredith Harris’ (Middleburg, Va.) hat trick was not enough to overcome Louisville as the Pioneers fall to the Cardinals 12-7 on the road Saturday afternoon.
Senior Jenn Etzel (Bel Air, Md.) brought Denver (2-1) within a goal of Louisville (4-1) after scoring with 20:04 left in the second half. However, Louisville pulled away after a 4-0 run, bringing the score to 11-6 with 13:04 left in regulation.
“I’m disappointed with the loss, but there is a lot we can take away from today’s game,” said head coach Liza Kelly. “We faced a very strong team. I am proud of how hard our team worked today. We just need to clean up a few areas moving forward on the season.”
Harris placed each of her four shots on goal to go along with two draw controls and a groundball.
Sophomore Monica Lucas (Kensington, Md.) opened the scoring just a minute into the game after a feed from junior Jill Remenapp (Woodbine, Md.) Remenapp finished the game with three assists, bringing her season total to eight.
Redshirt junior Hannah Hook (Arnold, Md.) made seven saves on the day. Denver successfully converted 11-of-13 clear attempts and had nine turnovers to Louisville’s 13.
Denver opens a two game homestand this week when Vanderbilt comes to Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium on Wednesday at 2 p.m. MT.

NCAA Lacrosse: Louisville Women’s Lacrosse Releases 2014 Schedule Featuring Duke, Denver, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Georgetown And Marquette

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University of Louisville women’s lacrosse head coach Kellie Young released on Wednesday the Cardinals’ 2014 schedule, highlighted by six home games and contests against six teams that reached last year’s NCAA Tournament.
“The team is poised and ready to take on the challenges ahead in our 2014 schedule,” Young said. “We maintain our rivalries with regional powers Vanderbilt, Notre Dame, and Ohio State, while looking forward to our final BIG EAST battles with the likes of Georgetown, Connecticut, and Rutgers.

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NCAA Lacrosse: Louisville Women’s Lacrosse Senior Attacker Nikki Boltja Earned 3rd Team All-American Honors And BIG EAST Conference Scholar-Athlete Excellence Award In 2013

Louisville LacrosseNikki Boltja proved once again why she is one of the most potent attackers in the country.  While being double and triple teamed most of the year, Nikki still managed to rack up 59 goals and 10 assists. 

With those stats she earned IWLCA 3rd Team All-American, Synapse Sports 3rd Team All American, 1st Team all West/Midwest Region and 1st Team All Big East. 

Nikki’s excellence went beyond the field as she once again succeeded in the classroom.  

Because of her dedication in the classroom and on the field, Nikki earned the 2012-2013 BIG EAST Conference Scholar-Athlete Excellence Award.  We can’t wait to see what Nikki’s senior year will bring!!

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NCAA Lacrosse: Denver Women’s Lacrosse (3-1) Rolls Over #20 Louisville 19-13 On March 2

Denver Women's Lacrosse vs Louisville

University of Denver redshirt-senior Kara Secora (Denver, Colo.) tallied five goals and two assists, leading the Pioneers to a 19-13 victory over No. 20 Louisville on Saturday afternoon at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium.
Junior Jenn Etzel (Bel Air, Md.) tallied four goals and two assists for the Pioneers (3-1). Junior Meredith Harris (Middleburg, Va.) added five goals on seven shots, and sophomore Jill Remenapp (Woodbine, Md.) scored a goal to go along with four assists. Senior Kate Henrich (Lansdale, Pa.) registered seven caused turnovers, six ground balls and two draw controls.
“It was a very exciting game having a ranked opponent come in for our home opener,” head coach Liza Kelly said. “After last week’s game at Delaware we felt that we were one dimensional offensively with our attack. We stressed all week at practice to trust everyone and get after them right away, and that’s what we did.”
The Pioneers jumped out to a 3-0 lead before the Cardinals (3-1) finally got on the board with 16:52 remaining in the first half. Harris and Etzel each scored two goals apiece in the first half. DU took an 8-5 lead into the locker room.
Louisville brought the game to within three at 11-8 in the second half, but Denver responded with four-straight goals over the next four minutes to put the game out of reach.
Denver returns to action the on Monday at 1 p.m., when High Point visits Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium.

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NCAA Lacrosse: Stanford Women’s Lacrosse (8-0) Defeats Louisville 16-12 On March 24 To Stay Unbeaten On Road Trip With Vanderbilt Next On Schedule

No. 7 Stanford improved to 8-0, defeating another quality opponent in Louisville, 16-12. The Cardinal handed the Cardinals their first loss of the season, while Stanford defeated its fourth Big East opponent of the year.

No. 7 Stanford improved to 8-0, defeating another quality opponent in Louisville, 16-12. The Cardinal handed the Cardinals their first loss of the season, while Stanford defeated its fourth Big East opponent of the year.

The loss was the first of the season for Louisville and makes Stanford just one of six remaining unbeaten teams in the nation.



“I am really happy with the team’s performance against a good Louisville team,” said head coach Amy Bokker. “Our offensive effort was again very diverse with many contributors. Annie Read was also very solid for us in goal today.”

Louisville opened the scoring in the early moments of and the two teams went back and forth, sharing the lead for the early part of the game. Freshmen Rachel Ozer and Anna Kim scored Stanford’s first two goals to give Stanford its first lead, but Louisville fought back to make it 3-2.

The Cardinal then scored three consecutive goals for a lead that it would not relinquish. Leslie Foard got on the board on the way to another multi-goal game, before Sarah Flynn scored her first of two and Nina Swanson capped the run with another goal from a freshman.

Louisville managed to keep it close in the first half, however, as only an Anna Boeri goal with five second remaining allowed Stanford to take a 7-5 lead at the half. Each team had 18 shots for the half with Read looking spectacular in net, making 10 of her 16 saves in the period.

For more:  http://www.gostanford.com/sports/w-lacros/recaps/032411aab.html