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Opinion-- A list of regrets before I graduate
Opinion-- A list of regrets before I graduate
Sal WiertellaMarch 1, 2024

Lacrosse falls at home

The Northern Michigan Women’s Lacrosse team fell to the University of Indianapolis by a score of 26-3 at the Superior Dome last Sunday. Freshman Graison Ringlever added two more goals to her total putting her at 22 points on the season.

The Greyhounds started the game out with four unanswered goals until senior attacker Blair Osgood put the Wildcats on the board to make it a 4-1 game at the 23:14 mark of the first half. Shortly after the Greyhounds scored two more goals coming less than a minute apart before Ringlever notched her first of the game at 20:15 to make it 6-2.

The Greyhounds scored nine unanswered goals after the Ringlever tally to make it a wide margin of 15-2 at the half.

Ringlever added her secondre-Lacrosse goal of the game at 15:20 of the second half to give the Wildcats three, but it was all Greyhounds after that. Anna Rulapaugh and Hana Priddy led the way for Indianapolis, scoring five goals each and helping them improve to 9-4 on the season.

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The Wildcats are now 2-11 on the season going into their final two games, both which will be played against GLIAC opponents at the Superior Dome this weekend.

At 6 p.m. on Friday, April 28, the Wildcats will take on Walsh University. The Cavaliers have dropped their last five games and are 7-7 overall on the season, with a 0-5 conference mark along with the Wildcats. The Cavaliers are 2-0 on the road this season with a meeting at Grand Valley State University tonight before traveling to Marquette tomorrow.

The Wildcats will wrap up their inaugural season with a matchup against Lake Erie College at noon Sunday, April 30. Osgood, Lindsey Luyckx and Savannah Stitch are the three Wildcat seniors that will be playing their final game of the collegiate careers.

The Storm comes into the Dome with a 9-3 record and have won all five road games they’ve played this season. The Storm will also face Grand Valley on April 28 before making the trip to Marquette.

Sophomore Shelby Klotz still leads the scoring for the Wildcats with 27 points on the season. Ringlever is second in scoring while Osgood is third with 20 points.

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