Women’s Lacrosse Overwhelmingly Defeats Farmingdale State

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Published February 26, 2020
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The Montclarion

The Montclair State University women’s lacrosse team kicked off their 30th season with a home win against Farmingdale State College, 16-4. The Red Hawks got off to a 10-0 start in the first half and never looked back, as they dominated on both sides of the field throughout the game. Junior attack Rhiannon Brown led the way with three goals and four assists, and senior attack Kyle Graver was the leading goal scorer with four goals. The Red Hawks will be on the road for their next three games until their next home game on March 14 against Muhlenberg College.

Junior midfielder Brittany Costigan runs towards the sideline.
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Junior attack Rhiannon Brown looks to secure a ground ball.
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Senior goalkeeper Amanda Maguire awaits the start of the game.
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Freshman defender Kylie Bresley blows by a Farmingdale State defender.
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Senior attack Megan Mahlstadt motivates her team after the Red Hawks score a goal in the first half.
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Senior midfielder Sydnee Sapp searches for an open teammate to pass to.
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Sophomore attack Kaitlyn Arcede is closely defended by a Farmingdale State defender.
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Junior midfielder Michaelah Reynolds runs toward midfield.
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Senior captain Kyle Graver is introduced as a starter prior to the game.
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Sophomore attack Karli Nevard looks to get past a Farmingdale State defender.
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Senior attack Megan Mahlstadt secures a ground ball.
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