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Michigan takes home a triple-win Shootout record

Date: February 19, 2012

Site: Santa Barbara, CA (Rob Field, UCSB)

Score: Michigan 12, Colorado State University 5

Next U-M Event: Saturday March 17, 2012 in Pittsburgh, PA against Pittsburgh University, 4:30

 

SANTA BARBARA, CA—The Michigan women's club lacrosse team ended the weekend on a high note with their final win against Colorado State University. After the Rams scored the first two goals, Michigan answered with seven consecutive while Colorado State failed to score again until the second half.

Michigan had four players that each scored three goals — senior Ani Shekerjian, junior Rachel Stattler, sophomore Valerie VanHulle and freshman Katie Mezwa.

But it wasn't just the attackers that did their part. The Wolverines' defense put constant pressure on Colorado State and kept them at just five goals. Senior goalie Emmy Scheidt was a major factor in saving 69% of the shots taken. Scheidt had a phenomenal weekend with a total of 45 saves in the four games.

It turned out to be their best tournament record to date. Michigan headed home from Santa Barbara after a winning weekend, extending their season record to 4-1, to prepare for the upcoming dual against Pittsburgh.

 

Box Score:

Team
First Half
Second Half
Total
University of Michigan
7
5
12
Colorado State
2
3
5

 

Game's Team Leaders:

Name
Goals
Assists
Ani Shekerjian
3
2
Katie Mezwa
3
1
Rachel Stattler
3
1
Valerie VanHulle
3
0

 

Name
Saves
Save %
Emmy Scheidt
11
69%

 

Wolverine Scoring Plays:

Valerie VanHulle goal with an assist by Ani Shekerjian, 9:36 into the first half, 2-1 Colorado State

Katie Mezwa goal with an assist by Ani Shekerjian, 12:50 into the first half, 2-2 tie

Valerie VanHulle goal with an assist by Katie Mezwa, 15:56 into the first half, 3-2 Michigan

Katie Mezwa goal with an assist by Maddie Sullivan, 20:09 into the first half, 4-2 Michigan

Rachel Stattler unassisted goal, 21:56 ino the first half, 5-2 Michigan

Ani Shekerjian free position goal, 25:00 into the first half, 6-2 Michigan

Ani Shekerjian goal with an assist by Claire Gadra, 27:15 into the first half, 7-2 Michigan

Valerie VanHulle goal with an assist by Julianne Patterson, 4:11 into the second half, 8-3 Michigan

Katie Mezwa free position goal, 8:40 into the second half, 9-3 Michigan

Ani Shekerjian goal with an assist by Shelby Wagner, 15:56 into the second half, 10-3 Michigan

Rachel Stattler free position goal, 18:26 into the second half, 11-3 Michigan

Rachel Stattler goal with an assist by Brit McCormack, 12-5 Michigan