West Hartford, Conn. – The Johnson & Wales University women's lacrosse team picked up their 34th straight conference win on Wednesday. The Wildcats rolled over the Blue Jays of University of Saint Joseph's, 21-4.
Johnson & Wales: 9-4 GNAC 7-0
University Saint Joseph's: 2-9 GNAC 0-8
JWU: Ashley Stavalo (W 2-0) 4 Saves, 4 Goals
USJ: Silvana Barcomb (L 2-9) 11 Saves, 21 Goals
Even though the Blue Jays got on the board less than two minutes into the contest, the Wildcats answered by going on a 17-0 run the rest of the half. Junior Maria Patane had a hand in seven of those scores as she recorded three goals and four assists in the first half.
Johnson & Wales started the second half, on a 4-0 run to extend the lead to 21-1.
In the victory, the Wildcats held a 40-12 shot advantage and a 25-2 margin in draw controls.
Eight different players had two or more points. Allison Pazienski tallied a game-high four goals.
The Wildcats will host Saint Joseph's College of Maine, Saturday, on Senior Day, for a 1 p.m. start.