NEW YORK - On Saturday, April 21 at 1 p.m., the Columbia lacrosse team will look to keep its Ivy League tournament hopes alive as it returns to Rocco B. Commisso Soccer Stadium to host Brown (8-5, 1-4 Ivy). The Lions currently sit in a three-team tie with Yale and Cornell in the fourth spot in the conference standings. Fans can catch all the action streaming live on the Ivy League Network, and Twitter provided in the links above.
||Goals Per Game||14.54|
|Leading Scorer(s)||Risa Mosenthal
(85 sv.)(.400 sv %)
Yale (W, 12-10)
|Common Opp.||Yale (L, 17-19)
Penn (L, 10-16)
Cornell (W, 14-13)
Harvard (L, 14-17)
IVY LEAGUE STANDINGS
OVERALL STATISTICAL RANKINGS:
As of 4/15/18
|NAME||CATEGORY||STATS||IVY RANK||NAT. RANK|
|A. Absey||Shot %||.707||1||1|
|L. Ewertsen||Caused Turnovers Per Game||2.62||1||7|
||Ground Balls Per Game
|V. Kalamaras||Assists Per Game||2.08||2||26|
CLIMBING THE LADDER:
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME ASSISTS LEADERS|
|2||Kacie Johnson '13CC||88|
|3||Marisa Marcellino '08CC||87|
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME CAUSED TURNOVERS LEADERS|
||Kate Lombard '07CC
Paige Cuscovitch '14CC
|4||Taylor Quinn '17CC||79|
|5||Amanda Goodhart '12CC||74|
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME SAVES LEADERS|
|3||Emma Mintz '09CC||439|
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME POINTS LEADERS|
|1||Kacie Johnson '13CC||249|
|2||Holly Glynn '09CC||186|
|4||Marisa Marcellino '08CC||164|
|5||Brittany Shannon '10CC||153|
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME DRAW CONTROLS LEADERS|
|1||Taylor Quinn '17CC||194|
|2||Taylor Gatinella '12CC||163|
|4||Caroline Joy '17CC||113|
|5||Carrie Anderer '06CC||112|
|COLUMBIA CAREER ALL-TIME GROUND BALLS LEADERS|
|1||Taylor Quinn '17CC
|Kate Lombard '07CC
|3||Paige Cuscovitch '14CC||130|
||Taylor Gattinella '12CC
Antoinette Allen '10CC
|1||Victoria Kalamaras (2017)||42|
|2||Kacie Johnson (2012)||32|
|Victoria Kalamaras (2018)
|COLUMBIA SINGLE SEASON CAUSED TURNOVERS ALL-TIME LEADERS|
|Paige Cuscovitch (2013)
|2||Lindsey Ewertsen (2018)||34
|3||Lindsey Ewertsen (2017)||33|
||Taylor Quinn (2017)||29
|COLUMBIA SINGE SEASON DRAW CONTROLS ALL-TIME LEADERS|
||Lindsey Ewertsen (2018)
Taylor Quinn (2015)
Taylor Gattinella (2012
|7||Lindsey Ewertsen (2016)||50|
||Oliva Mann (2010)
Carrie Anderer (2004)
• (8/22) Lions Announce Nine Newcomers For 2018
• (2/19) Ivy League Weekly Performance Honor Roll: Alexandria Absey (5 goals)
• (2/21) With three assists at Fairfield, Victoria Kalamaras becomes the third player in program history to tally 80 career assists.
• (2/26) Ivy League Weekly Performance Honor Roll: Victoria Kalamaras (5g, 5a)
• (3/1) Through four games, Alexandria Absey held an NCAA leading .993 shot percentage with a team-high 14 goals.
• (3/5) Ivy League Weekly Performance Honor Roll: Lindsey Ewertsen (3g, 4a, 12dc, 5gb, 3ct) vs. ASU & Dartmouth
• (3/6) With four draw controls vs. Radford, Lindsey Ewertsen became the sixth player in program history to reach 100 career draw controls.
• (3/10) With an assist at Cornell, Victoria Kalamaras breaks the Columbia record in career assists with her 89th.
• (3/11) Ivy League Weekly Performance Honor Roll: Victoria Kalamaras (5g, 3a, 2gb, 1ct) vs. Radford & Cornell
• (3/17) Lions matched record for most points in a single road game with 18 goals at East Carolina.
• (3/17) Victoria Kalamaras became the first player in program history to notch 90-plus career assists with a pair at East Carolina.
• (3/17) With eight saves in a win at East Carolina, Kelsey Gedin became just the second goalkeeper in Columbia history to surpass 450 career saves with a current total of 457.
• (4/1) Ivy League Weekley Performance Honor Roll: Regan Steed (2g, 4gb, 2ct)
• (4/7) Lindsey Ewertsen (86) breaks the Columbia career caused turnover record (80) with a game-high six at Yale.
• (4/7) With an assist at Yale, Victoria Kalamaras became the first player in program history with 100 career assists.
• (4/7) With a win over Yale, Andrea Cofrin became the first coach in program history with multiple Ivy League wins in consecutive seasons.
• (4/7) Columbia leads the nation in UPSET WINS with three on the year (Fairfield, Harvard, Yale).
• (4/14) For the eighth consecutive week and through 13 games, Alexandria Absey holds an NCAA leading .707 shot percentage with a team-high 29 goals on 41 shots.
• Hat Trick Club - Alexandria Absey (Navy, Fairfield, Lehigh, Arizona St., Hofstra), Fallon Quinn (Lehigh, Arizona St., East Carolina, Harvard, Yale), Victoria Kalamaras (Fairfield, Radford, East Carolina), Devon Stuzin (Lehigh), Laine Parsons (Navy), Emily Manville (East Carolina), Lindsey Ewertsen (Harvard).
UP NEXT: The Lions return to Rocco B. Commisso Socer Stadium on Saturday, April 28 at 1 p.m. to host Princeton in their season finale.