NEW YORK - The Columbia women's lacrosse team will face its second-consecutive MAAC opponent this week as they trek to Buffalo on Saturday. Feb. 25 to face Canisius (1-2) at 1 p.m.
|10.50||Goals Per Game||9.33|
|Leading Scorer(s)||Erica Evans
(6 g, 1a)
(39 sv.) (.506 sv%)
INSIDE THE SERIES: Columbia won the first ever meeting between these teams last season at home 16-8.The win marked the Lions first at home under head coach Andrea Cofrin.
Featured Article: Lacrosse Knocks Off Canisius At Home, 16-8
LATEST VICTORY: Six players found the back of the net for the Columbia lacrosse team en route to a 13-11 victory over Fairfield in their home opener on Wednesday, Feb. 22 at Robert K Kraft Field. In a game with eight led changes, the Lions spread the wealth on offense to outduel the Stags with Laine Parsons and Taylor Quinn leading the scoring barrage with a pair of hat tricks, including an assist by Parsons. Victoria Kalamaras also tallied a game-high five points on two goals and three assists.
CLIMBING THE LADDER:
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME GROUNDBALLS LEADERS|
|1||Kate Lombard '07CC||151|
|2||Paige Cuscovitch '14CC||130|
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME DRAW CONTROLS LEADERS|
|1||Taylor Gatinella '12CC||163|
|3||Carrie Anderer '06CC||112|
|4||Marisa Marcellino '08CC||104|
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME ASSISTS LEADERS|
|1||Kacie Johnson '13CC||88|
|2||Marisa Marcellino '08CC
|3||Holly Glynn '09CC||52|
|4||Gabrielle Geronimos '11CC||52|
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME CAUSED TURNOVERS LEADERS|
|5||Whitney Crisman '12CC||59|
|6||Kristin Connors '03CC
|7||Whitney Booker '04CC||58|
|8||Carrie Anderer '06CC||57|
• (2/3) Columbia Opens New Indoor Practice Facility, Bubble at Baker
• (2/15) 2017 Women's Lacrosse Season Preview
• (2/19) With two groundballs at Drexel, Taylor Quinn moved to second on the career all-time list with 131. Surpassing Paige Cuscovitch '14CC career total of 130.
• (2/20) Ivy League Weekly Performance Honor Roll: Taylor Quinn
• (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.
UP NEXT: The Lions will begin Ivy League play on Sunday, March 5 at 1 p.m. as they host Dartmouth.