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SDSU Lacrosse Takes Out Regis (Colo.), 19-6

Michaela Jarvis had two goals and four assists to lead the Aztecs over Regis (Colo.).
Michaela Jarvis had two goals and four assists to lead the Aztecs over Regis (Colo.).

April 7, 2012

Final Stats

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The San Diego State lacrosse team scored the first seven goals of the game en route to a 19-6 victory over Regis (Colo.) Saturday afternoon in Denver. The Aztecs snapped a three-game losing streak and improved to 4-8 with the win, while the Rangers dropped to 6-5.

SDSU scored the first seven goals before Danica Cutshall got Regis on the board with 17:21 left in the opening half. San Diego State then scored the final six goals of the half to open up a commanding 13-1 lead at the intermission. A Michaela Jarvis goal early in the second half put the visitors up, 14-1. Cutshall scored two more goals to bring the Rangers within 11 at 14-3, but the Aztecs piled on four straight goals to put the game out of reach and give them their first road win in their inaugural season.

Meris Walsh (five goals, one assist) and Jarvis (two goals, four assists) led the SDSU offense with six points apiece. Sophie Koubek and Isabelle Pickett each had three goals, while Bailey Ewing scored twice. Catherine Shepardson had a goal and an assist, and Lauren Maack, Falon Manns and Christina Ricciardulli also added goals for San Diego State, which outshot the Rangers, 32-11, in the contest.

Lauren Paul and Madison Wallace each recorded three ground balls to lead the Aztecs, while Pickett had a team-high three draw controls. Sammy Slattery played the first 47:27 in net and allowed three goals with one save. Katelyn Luker played the final 12:33 and gave up three goals with two saves.

SDSU gets back to Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) play on Monday with a 2 p.m. MT game at Denver.

San Diego State 19, Regis (Colo.) 6
San Diego State (4-8) 13 6 -- 19
Regis (Colo.) (6-5) 1 5 -- 6