Women 's Lacrosse to Address No. 8 Penn, Davidson
DURHAM, N.C. – The winners of four consecutive competitions, including a double overtime win at Louisville Sunday, Duke of 15th place, visit No. 8 Penn Saturday. The non-conferencing cupboard will be broadcast on ESPN + from Franklin Park of Tradesmen. Penn (6-1) suffered his first return on the Wednesday at No. 2 Maryland.
After Saturday's action, the Blue Devils goes back to Durham to host on Monday Davidson at 4 pm.jpg on ACC Network Extra. T
Duke 4-1 is this season against non-contenders opponents.
Ref. 15 Duke at No. 8 Penn
Saturday, 12 p.m. l Philadelphia, Pa. – Field Franklin
The series is always between Duke and the Quakers at 5-5. Duke was not able to keep up with Penn at half-time but he was unable to keep pace with Penn in the second period, falling 15-11 in a team meeting in March last at Koskinen Stadium. Despite reaching out with a margin of 17-11 and getting 10 savings from the back-up assistant Gabbe Cadoux, the Blue Devils struggled with the Christian to match the abusive end during the last 18 minutes. . Olivia Jenner co-opted eight against the Cairks and Maddie Crutchfield added five and led three goals.
Penn dropped his first contest in the season in a 14-9 loss at First 2 Maryland Wednesday. The Christian and Terrapins had entered the competition as two of the eight unheated teams left in the nation. Penn held the upper arm in pull controls against the Terapons, led by seven from Chelsea Kibler.
Gabby Rosenzweig is in charge of the attack with 38 points (15g, 23a) and is guided by the Ivy League in aid and points. Mikaila Cheeseman's goalkeeper is the national leader for percentage saving (.622). The Christian are the top of the Ivy League and are third in scoring defensive (6.67).
These Blue Devils are 32-21 always against teams from the Ivy League.
Ref. 15 Duke vs Davidson
Monday, 4 p. l Durham, N.C. – Koskinen Stadium
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The Blue Devils have historically had a 13-0 ledger against the Wildcats. Senior attacker Kerrin Maurer won nine career rivals and joined Brigid Smith's colleagues Kitty Morrissey, Maddie Crutchfield and Katie Crann to score two goals as the fifth ranking downed Davidson 13-6 March 31, 2015 by The Wildcats Richardson Stadium. The Blue Devils moved to 11-1 on the season with the non-conference win in the field, the last between the teams.
Davidson also left his first season of the season this week, dropping 9-8 to William & Mary on Thursday to enter the weekend at 6-1. The Wildcats and the Blue Devils have had two conflicts so far, with Elon and William & Mary facing both teams.
The Wildcats entered the week in charge of the Atlantic 10 and came third in the defensive scoring (6.83 gaa). Davidson was also in the country with margin margins (7.06). Delaney Guhman ranked among the top three target groups nationally in targets against the average (8.58). The squad is headed by Braeden Dial (16g, 5a) with 21 points and Gianna New has 14 points (14g, 3a) and Sarah Kopp has 31 staff pull controls.
The Blue Devils have a record 33-2 records against teams from the Atlantic 10.
Taking note of Duke
National Honors for the North
Sophomore Charlotte North was named the Brocke / US Week Lacrosse Player of the Week after winning her performance at Louisville's Blue Devils. The North built a hat trick for the seventh time in the competition this season. Dallas, Texas, originally set a pair of free shots coming out of half time and tied the competition at 10-10 with 58 seconds left in a regulation. She came into the clutch again in the second overtime, collecting a ball of ground due to a shot that was lost and shot in the back of the stud for the winner of the game.
Not showing any signs that their sophomore season is delayed, and 36 goals and 15 of them help with Blue Devils.
ACC (Category) Stage – NCAA Degree
Goals per game (5.14) – 1 – 2
It helps with every game (2.14) – 5 – 24
Points per game (7.29) – 1 – 1
FPG Percentage (.643) – 3 – 28
Coming through the courtyard
Charlotte North, Sophomore's attacker, delivered her seventh goal of the day in a dramatic manner, launching the Duke to overtime in Louisville last Sunday. After a six-minute seamless overtime, North re-launched and placed a half-minute into the second overtime period, giving the Blue Devils a second overtime and so many ACP competitions this season.
Ellie buried Senior Majure Catherine Cordrey added the 31 seconds to be referred to overtime to the Duke of Virginia Tech, 11-10, sent in an ACP opener who was very happy at February 23 at Cohan Duke Fields.
The Duke 9-9 program is always in overtime competitions.
Junior goalkeeper Gabbe Cadoux recorded 12 high careers on the last Sunday at Louisville, and he made eight stops in the second half as Duke managed to tie the tournament. Cadoux met two digital numbers in the second time of the season after 10 recorded in the overtime victory against Virginia Tech February 23.
Cadoux's performance against the Cardinal performed her next to the 200-rescue mark of her career with 192 in 33 career competitions. The total is seventh hour at Duke. Cadoux enters the weekend and third place in the ACC and the top 25 nationally in targets against the average (8.83).
Both Sophomore Charlotte North and Olivia Jenner's senior are approaching the 100-mark mark for their careers, entering the weekend with 95 and 91 weights, respectively. Only 17 players in the history of the program have exceeded the 100-mile milestone, with 2018 Kyra Harney (142 goals) among the latest graduates to achieve the feat.
Jenner and North have already met the 100-point mark for their careers this season, and Jenner has done so in the opening of seasons and the North coming in for a hundred years against William & Mary. The North was also one of seven players in the history of the program to achieve the centenary mark in its second year. It is the fastest player in the program's history to 100 career points, reaching only a milestone in 22 competitions.
Against the Classified Opposition
With victory over-time February 23 against then-No. 23 Virginia Tech, the Blue Devils improved to 20-29 per people who had been ranked since 2015.
The Best Scheduling
Currently there are three of the upcoming opponents at Duke within the top 10 in the Lacrosse Society of Intercultural Women national election, including this opponent in No. The Devils Blue has to face Syracuse No. 4 and No. 5 Virginia in the next two weekends.
Duke stayed on top-15 in the IWLCA Hole Poll this week, as well as a national polls issued by Inside Lacrosse and US Lacrosse Magazine.
The Blue Devils are supporting Lace Up with LAX through Monday to drive Monday at Koskinen Stadium. Attendees attending the competition are asked to bring a pair of new or ready-made children's shoes to the Durham Rescue Mission organization. Subscription boxes will be placed near the ticket booth at the entrance of Bassett Drive to the stadium. All fans giving a pair of shoes will receive free admission to the competition.
Monday also mentions 90s Night at Koskinen, and a special 90s promotion is planned. The Duke Marketing team will be taking Duke Lax exams away with Marketing Table and playing all the music in the 90s.