GAME 13
#9/10 PENN
PennColumbia
COLUMBIA

DATE Saturday, April 15
TIME 1:00 p.m.
VENUE Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium
LOCATION New York, N.Y.
218th Street & Broadway
DIRECTIONS Directions to Baker Athletics Complex 
MEDIA LIVE VIDEO | LIVE STATS
TWITTER HANDLE  @Columbia_Lax
@GoColumbiaLions

NEW YORK - The Ivy League race continues on Saturday, April 15 at 1 p.m. for the Columbia lacrosse team as they host #9/10 Penn in their home finale at Rocco B. Commisso Stadium. Fans can catch all the action through the media links above and streaming on the Ivy League Digital Network.

Prior to the 1 p.m. draw, the Lions will hold a ceremony honoring its seniors Caroline Joy, Michaela O'Connor, Taylor Quinn, Sara Ruzzi and Mariel Teague for their contributions to the Columbia lacrosse program before they take the field in their final home game of their careers.

COLUMBIA
  
PENN
7-5 Record 9-2
2-2
Ivy League
Conference 2-1
Ivy League
12.08 Goals Per Game 12.20
.437 Shot % .395
63 Assists 63

Taylor Quinn
(40g, 1a)
Victoria Kalamaras
(17g, 34a)

Leading Scorer(s) Alex Condon
(27g, 11a)
Caroline Cummings
(33g, 4a)

Kelsey Gedin
(125 sv.) (.472 sv%)

Goalkeeper Britt Brown
(105 sv.) (.577 sv%)

Cornell (L), Dartmouth (W), Lehigh (L)

Common Opponents Cornell (L), Dartmouth (W), Lehigh (W)

LATEST VICTORY: In her final of 13 saves on the day, goalkeeper Kelsey Gedin made a clutch game-saving stop in the final seconds to give Columbia a 15-14 victory over Yale in an Ivy League thriller at Robert K. Kraft Field. The Lions made history with the win, marking their first season with multiple Ivy League wins as they improve to 2-2 in conference play.  At 7-5 overall, Columbia surpasses last year's six-win season and is the most since 2009.

SEASON HIGHLIGHTS:

• (2/3) Columbia Opens New Indoor Practice Facility, Bubble at Baker


• (2/15) 2017 Women's Lacrosse Season Preview

• (2/19) Quinn Scores Game-High 4 Goals In Season Opener At Drexel

• (2/20) Ivy League Weekly Performance Honor Roll: Taylor Quinn

• (2/22) Columbia Outduels Fairfield 13-11 In Home Opener

• (2/22) Caroline Joy collected three draw controls in the Lions win over Fairfield for a new career total of 101. She becomes just the fifth player in program history to reach and surpass 100 career draw controls.

• (2/25) Nine-Goal Half Lifts Columbia Over Canisius 12-11

• (2/27) Ivy League Weekly Performance Honor Roll: Victoria Kalamaras, Sara Ruzzi, Regan Steed

• (3/5) Lacrosse Earns First Program Win Over Dartmouth In Ivy League Opener

• (3/6) Kalamaras Named Ivy League Co-Offensive Player of the Week

• (3/6) Ivy League Weekly Performance Honor Roll: Victoria Kalamaras, Laine Parsons, Taylor Quinn

• (3/11) Lacrosse Plays First Ever Game In Columbia Bubble At Baker against #11 Cornell

• (3/13) Ivy League Weekly Performance Honor Roll: Lindsey EwertsenVictoria KalamarasTaylor Quinn

• (3/16) Parsons Scores Game-winner In 14-13 Victory At UC Davis

• (3/18) Quinn With Record Day In Columbia 14-11 Win At SDSU

• (3/18) Taylor Quinn collected two ground balls against the Aztecs to set a new career program record with 152. The senior surpassed the previous record of 151 set by Kate Lombard ’07CC.

• (3/18) Quinn became fifth player in program history with 60+ career caused turnovers.

• (3/18) Victoria Kalamaras surpassed her own single-season record in assists (20) with a current total of 22 which ranks fourth best in program history.

• (3/20) Victoria Kalamaras leads nation in assists per game with 3.14 average.

• (3/20) Ivy League Weekly Performance Honro Roll: Kelsey Gedin, Victoria Kalamaras, Laine Parsons

• (3/22) To go along with five goals at Lehigh, Taylor Quinn added a game-high six draw controls to set a new program record with 169 career draw controls. Quinn surpassed the previous record of 163 held by Taylor Gattinella ‘12CC and and her mark ranks fourth most in Ivy League history.

• (3/22) In her first goal of the game at Lehigh, Taylor Quinn scored her 100th career goal.

• (3/25) GK Kelsey Gedin tallies a season-high 14 saves at Harvard

• (3/27) Ivy League Weekly Performance Honro Roll: Kelsey Gedin, Laine Parsons, Taylor Quinn

• (3/29) Columbia Outlasts Wagner In Return To Robert K. Kraft Field

• (3/29) GK Kelsey Gedin makes 100th save of the season vs. Wagner

• (4/1) Five caused turnovers by Taylor Quinn vs. Hofstra moves her career total to 74, tying Amanda Goodhart '12CC for third most in program history.

• (4/3) Ivy League Weekly Performance Honor Roll: Lindsey Ewersten, Taylor Quinn

• (4/8) Gedin Save Seals Lacrosse Thriller Over Yale

• (4/8) The game vs. Yale began in record fashion as Victoria Kalamaras found Caroline Joy for the opening score at 29:20 to surpass the Columbia single-season assists record of 32 previously held by Kacie Johnson '12CC. With two in the game, the new current record is 34.

• (4/10) Ivy League Weekly Performance Honor Roll: Lindsey Ewertsen, Kelsey Gedin, Taylor Quinn

• Hat Trick Club - Lindsey Ewertsen (Canisius, Dartmouth, Cornell); Caroline Joy (UC Davis, Harvard); Victoria Kalamaras (SDSU); Laine Parsons (Fairfield, Dartmouth, UC Davis, SDSU, Lehigh); Taylor Quinn (Drexel, Fairfield, Dartmouth, SDSU, Lehigh, Hofstra); Sara Ruzzi (Canisius)

EYE ON THE RECORD BOOKS:

COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME GROUND BALLS LEADERS
1 Taylor Quinn 173
2 Kate Lombard '07CC 151
3 Paige Cuscovitch '14CC 130
COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME DRAW CONTROLS LEADERS
1 Taylor Quinn 184
2 Taylor Gatinella '12CC 163
3 Carrie Anderer '06CC 112
  Caroline Joy 112
COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME ASSISTS LEADERS
1 Kacie Johnson '13CC 88
2 Marisa Marcellino '08CC 87
3 Victoria Kalamaras 66
COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME SAVES LEADERS
1 Marcela Calidionio '06CC 532
2 Emma Mintz '09CC 439
3 Kelsey Gedin 376
COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME GOALS LEADERS
1 Kacie Johsnon '13CC 161
2 Holly Glynn '09CC 134
3 Brittany Shannon '10CC
130
4 Taylor Quinn 118
COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME CAUSED TURNOVERS LEADERS
1 Kate Lombard '07CC 80
2 Paige Cuscovtich '14CC 80
3 Taylor Quinn 75
COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME POINTS LEADERS
2 Holly Glyn '09CC 186
3 Marisa Marcellino '08CC
164
4 Brittany Shanon '10CC 153
5 Taylor Quinn 133
COLUMBIA SINGLE-SEASON ASSISTS LEADERS
1 Victoria Kalamaras 34
2 Kacie Johnson (2012) 32
3 Marisa Marcellino (2007) 25
  Marisa Marcellino (2006) 25
COLUMBIA SINGLE-SEASON GROUND BALLS LEADERS
1 Antoinette Allen (1997) 51
2 Whitney Booker (2004) 47
  Paige Cuscovitch (2013) 47
  Taylor Quinn (2014) 47
5 Taylor Quinn
44
  Trudy Drako (2002) 44
  Marie Ewens (1997) 44
COLUMBIA SINGLE-SEASON CAUSED TURNOVERS LEADERS
1 Paige Cuscovitch (2013) 38
2 Antoinette Allen (1999) 28
  Amanda Goodhart (2012) 28
4 Kate Lombard (2006) 27
5 Lindsey Ewertsen
26
  Whitney Booker (2002) 26
  Brynn Wurmbrand (2000) 26
8 Taylor Quinn 25
COLUMBIA SINGLE-SEASON GOALS LEADERS
1 Kacie Johnson (2013) 52
2 Holly Glynn (2009) 45
3 Brittany Shannon (2010) 45
4 Holly Glynn (2008) 44
5 Brittany Shannon (2009) 43
6 Kacie Johnson (2012) 41
7 Taylor Quinn 40

OVERALL RANKINGS:

TEAM CATEGORY STATS IVY RANK  NAT. RANK +/- OPP
Columbia Ground balls 21.82 1  10 +2.9
Columbia Caused Turnovers
9.90 2 37 +1.07
Columbia Save % 0.471 5 29 +.018
Columbia Draw Controls
11.33 4 60 -3.53
Columbia Assists 5.18 6 51 -1.24
Columbia Points 17.33 5 45 -3.08
NAME CATEGORY STATS IVY RANK NAT. RANK  
T. Quinn
L. Ewertsen
Ground Balls 3.67
3.42
1
2
7
13
 
V. Kalamaras
Assists
2.75 2
5  
K. Gedin Saves 10.42 3 12  
T. Quinn Goals 3.33 2 12  
T. Quinn
L. Ewertsen
Caused Turnovers 2.18
1.91
3
5
21
30
 
V. Kalamaras Points 4.17 4 31  
T. Quinn
Free Position % 0.563
4
29
 
L. Ewertsen
T. Quinn
Caused Turnovers 2.17
2.08
3
4
18
23
 
T. Quinn Draw Controls 3.58 4 60  

IVY LEAGUE STANDINGS

TEAM GP IVY RECORD
OVERALL RECORD
Cornell 4 4-0 9-1
Princeton 3 3-0 9-1
Harvard 4 3-1 6-5
PENN 3 2-1 9-2
COLUMBIA 4 2-2 7-5
Yale 4 1-3 7-6
Brown 4 0-4 4-7
Dartmouth 5 0-5 5-6