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April 10, 2005

Box Score

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The 14th-ranked Ohio State (5-5 overall, 3-0 American Lacrosse Conference) women’s lacrosse team lost, 11-9, to California (9-5) Sunday afternoon in the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. Kelly Kremer (Fr., Kennett Square, Pa.) had three points on two goals and an assist while Regina Oliver (Sr., Pottstown, Pa.) and Kristen Slahor (Fr., Ellicott City, Md.) added two goals each for the Buckeyes. California’s Jocelyn Paul had five points with four goals and an assist and Liz Reifsnyder added three goals, including the game winner with 3:56 left in the game.

Ohio State scored first off the opening draw with 19 seconds gone in the game on a goal by Oliver. Paul scored at 2:16 to tie the game at one. Oliver made it 2-1, OSU at 2:45. On a free position shot by Slahor at 6:40, OSU took a 3-1 lead. Paul’s second goal at 7:24 cut the lead to one at 3-2. Leanne Zilioli tied the at three for the Bears at 7:34. California took a 4-3 lead at 11:25 with a Laura Cavallo score. The Bears made it 5-3 at 12:57 with a goal by Reifsnyder, assisted by Paul. Ohio State, with a goal by Natale Miller (So., Birmingham, Pa.), cut the Bear lead to 5-4 at 16:07. The Buckeyes tied the game at five with an Andrea Fischer (Jr., Cleveland Heights, Ohio) goal at 23:31 on an assist from Kremer. Kremer scored at 29:42 on a free position attempt to give Ohio State a 6-5 halftime lead.

Buckeye Lindsay Weiner (So., Eldersburg, Md.) opened the scoring in the second half with a goal at 31:56 to give OSU a 7-5 lead. Paul, with her third goal of the game, responded at 32:36 to cut the OSU lead to 7-6. Slahor’s second goal of the game at 38:18 on a free position shot gave the Buckeyes’ an 8-6 lead. California cut the OSU lead to one at 8-7 with a Brittany Aungier goal at 47:51. The Bears tied the game at eight on Reifsnyder’s second goal of the game at 49:41, assisted by Cavallo. California regained the lead at 9-8 on Paul’s fourth goal of the day at 50:50. Kremer, with her second free position goal, tied the game at nine at 53:58. Reifsnyder scored the winning goal, her third of the game at 56:06 for a 10-9 California lead. The Bears added a final goal at 59:59 by Molly Brady for the 11-9 final score.

Bear goalie Hilary Lynch picked up the win and is 9-5 on the season. She gave up nine goals and made 11 saves. OSU’s Kim Hastings (Jr., Sewickley, Pa.) took the loss in the net (5-5), recording nine saves while giving up 11 goals.

Ohio State continues play at home next Sunday when they host American Lacrosse Conference opponent Vanderbilt (4-6, 1-2) at noon in the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium

California at Ohio State, April 10, 2005 Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium, Columbus, Ohio

Weather: 74F, clear, light breeze

Linescore 1 2 FINAL Attendance: 325 Califonia 5 6 11 (9-5) Ohio State 6 3 9 (5-5)

Scoring Summary CA-OS Time School Score Goal Assist 1st Half 00:19 OS 0-1 Regina Oliver – 02:16 CA 1-1 Jocelyn Paul – 02:45 OS 1-2 Regina Oliver (2) – 06:40 OS 1-3 Kristen Slahor FPS 07:24 CA 2-3 Jocelyn Paul (2) – 07:34 CA 3-3 Leanne Zilioli – 11:25 CA 4-3 Laura Cavallo – 12:57 CA 5-3 Liz Reifsnyder Jocelyn Paul 16:07 OS 5-4 Natale Miller – 23:31 OS 5-5 Andrea Fischer Kelly Kremer 29:42 OS 5-6 Kelly Kremer FPS

2nd Half 31:56 OS 5-7 Lindsay Weiner – 32:36 CA 6-7 Jocelyn Paul (3) – 38:18 OS 6-8 Kristen Slahor (2) FPS 47:51 CA 7-8 Brittany Aungier – 49:51 CA 8-8 Liz Reifsnyder (2) Laura Cavallo 50:50 CA 9-8 Jocelyn Paul (4) – 53:58 OS 9-9 Kelly Kremer (2) FPS 56:06 CA 10-9 Liz Reifsnyder (3) – 59:59 CA 11-9 Molly Brady –

California Goals: Jocelyn Paul 4, Liz Reifsnyder 3, Laura Cavallo 1, Leanne Zilioli 1, Molly Brady 1, Brittany Aungier 1. California Assists: Laura Cavallo 1, Jocelyn Paul 1.

Ohio State Goals: Kelly Kremer 2, Regina Oliver 2, Kristen Slahor 2, Natale Miller 1, Andrea Fischer 1, Lindsay Weiner 1. Ohio State Assists: Kelly Kremer 1.

Goalies Min GA Svs California – Hilary Lynch (W) 60:00 9 11 Ohio State – Kim Hastings (L) 60:00 11 9

California Ohio State Shots: 23 26 Fress Position Shots: 0-0 4-11 Draws: 15 6 Groundballs: 21 21 Turnovers: 17 11 Caused Turnovers: 5 6 Fouls: 29 17