For the second time in a week, Kendall Neuberger (Penn Yan) tied the Keuka College women’s lacrosse record with eight goals in a game as the Wolves defeated Penn St.-Abington 18 - 14 April 25.
Keuka College jumped out to and early lead. The Nittany Lions used a three and four-goal run to tie and take the lead. The Wolves would respond to tie the game at 9-9 at the half.
Penn St.-Abington took a 10-9 lead minutes into the second, but Vera Freda tied it up. That started a 3-0 run for Keuka with Neuberger and Tsarevich adding tallies. After Abington cut the margin to one, 12-11, Vera Freda went on a personal three-goal run to extend the Keuka College lead. The Wolves outscored the Nittany Lions 3-1 in the final ten minutes to secure the 18-14 North Eastern Athletic Conference victory.
Keuka 11 Bryn Athyn 6
Bryn Athyn kicked off the scoring with a goal 1:18 into play March 24. Keuka College quickly responded with a tally by Tsarevich just 32 seconds later. The Wolves took a 2-1 lead with a goal by Brenna Voigt, but Bryn Athyn netted a pair to make it 3-2 Lions. Keuka tied the game at 3-3, then the two teams traded goals as the game went to halftime tied 4-4.
Kendall Neuberger kicked off a big second halv with a pair of goals to make it 6-4. Voigt tallied her second.
Keuka 19 Alfred University 1
Keuka College controlled the play from the start of the game March 21. Keuka College outshot the Saxons 24-6. Vanesssa Tsarevich started the scoring for the Wolves with a goal off of a free position shot and Keuka College did not look back, scoring 12 unanswered goals in the next 20 minutes. The Wolves carried a 12-0 lead into the break at halftime.
Alfred University scored 38 seconds into the second half to snap the Keuka run, but Kendall Neuberger scored a pair of goals that started a 7-0 run by Keuka to close the game.
The Keuka College Men’s Lacrosse team lost on April 24 at Oswego State 17-6 in a non-conference game.
Keuka College (3-2) was led with three goals from Craig Gerhardt (Penn Yan). Kasey Olsen (Spencerport) added two goals with Andrew Burns (Syracuse) rounding out the scoring with a goal.
The Wolves got on the board as Craig Gerhardt found the back of the net, but the Lakers scored the final four goals of the quarter to lead 6-1.
Keuka 15 Utica College 8
The Wolves scored 12 second half goals as the Keuka College Men’s Lacrosse team defeated Utica College March 21.
The trio of Craig Gerhardt (Penn Yan), Andrew Burns (Syracuse), and Mark Shattuck (Syracuse) combined for 13 goals for Keuka College (3-1). Gerhardt scored six and added an assist. After a scoreless 10 minutes to open the game, Keuka College got on the board first with Craig Gerhardt scoring on the man-up. Utica answered but the Wolves added a pair in the final two minutes to lead 3-1 after the first quarter.
The Wolves won the opening faceoff of the second half and went right down the field. Andrew Burns found Craig Gerhardt in front of the net for the goal 12 seconds into the half. That sparked a 4-0 run for the Wolves. Utica snapped the streak, but Keuka responded with a pair of goals. A late Pioneer tally made it 9-5 Keuka going to the fourth quarter.
The Wolves put the game away in the fourth quarter. Keuka College pushed their lead to nine goals with a 5-0 run to start the quarter. Keuka College continued onto the 15-8 victory.
The Wolves play their final non-conference game of March 29 at Houghton College.