Hill, Women's Lacrosse Set Scoring Records In Loss

Andrea Hill set Felician records with six goals and 11 draw controls in an Apr. 12, 2017, loss at Holy Family. (Steven R. Smith)
Andrea Hill set Felician records with six goals and 11 draw controls in an Apr. 12, 2017, loss at Holy Family. (Steven R. Smith)

PHILADELPHIA – The Felician University women's lacrosse team set a program single-game scoring record despite its 25-8 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference loss to host Holy Family University on Wednesday afternoon at Tiger Field.

Felician (0-8, 0-6 CACC) is a second-year program. Prior to Wednesday, it had never scored more than three goals in a game. On Wednesday, the Golden Falcons surpassed that figure with 13 minutes gone by in the contest.

Golden Falcon freshman midfielder Andrea Hill (Monroe, N.Y.) set individual single-game school records with six goals and 11 draw controls. Teammate Liana Chirichiello (Waldwick, N.J.) previously held both marks, picking up three goals and four draw controls in separate games last season. Chirichiello had two goals and a program record two assists on Wednesday.

For the first time in program history, Felician held a lead against Holy Family (2-9, 2-4), using goals 98 seconds apart from Hill and Chirichiello to move ahead, 2-1, with 4:50 gone by. The Golden Falcons' edge lasted for one minute, 17 seconds. The Tigers scored the game's next four goals. However, Felician battled back to even the score, 7-7, with 9:57 to play in the opening period.

The Golden Falcons were then outscored, 5-0, for the remainder of the half, and 18-1 the rest of the way.

Holy Family amassed advantages of 40-13 in shots and 31-14 in ground balls. Tiger sophomore Dana Trevito (Voorhees, N.J.) turned in seven points and three assists, garnering six of her 10 points in the second half. Teammate Rose Bachmeyer (Philadelphia, Pa.) enjoyed a strong all-around game with five goals, five ground balls, and seven draw controls.

HFU goalkeeper Amber Frechette (Philadelphia, Pa.) needed to make only one save to earn the victory. Her counterpart, Felician freshman Megan Euler (Manchester, N.J.) was credited with seven saves, three ground balls and an assist.