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April 5, 2006

Box Score

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State (1-9 overall, 0-1 American Lacrosse Conference) women’s lacrosse team lost to 10th-ranked Notre Dame (10-1), 13-6, Wednesday afternoon at the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. Buckeye Kelyn Laws (Jr., Ellicott City, Md.) scored a team-high two goals and added an assist against the Fighting Irish while Notre Dame’s Crysti Foote scored four goals in the contest with Mary Carpenter and Heather Ferguson adding two goals each.

Notre Dame opened the scoring with the first four goals of the game. Foote opened the scoring with 2:03 gone in the first half followed by a Jane Stoeckert goal at 5:13, assisted by Jill Byers. Foote scored her second goal on a free position attempt at 6:17 and Caitlin McKinney made it 4-0 at 6:33 on an assist from Stoeckert. OSU’s Jessica Patane (So., Farmingdale, N.Y.) put the Buckeyes on the scoreboard at 9:14, unassisted. Foote scored her third goal at 11:32, with Carpenter at 22:05 and Ferguson at 22:30 to give Notre Dame a 7-1 lead. Kelly Kremer (So., Kennett Square, Pa.) made it 7-2 with a goal at 23:45. At 24:48, a Brittany Fox goal, assisted by Meghan Murphy took the lead to 8-2 for the Irish. Notre Dame closed out the half at 25:17 with an Alicia Billings goal, assisted by Fox for a 9-2, Notre Dame lead.

Ohio State opened the second half with a free position score by KC Carter (Sr., Birchrunville, Pa.) at 34:22 to make it 9-3. The Fighting Irish responded with a Ferguson goal at 35:31 and a Carpenter score at 37:56, assisted by Byers, to take the lead to eight at 11-3. Buckeye Natale Miller (Jr., West Chester, Pa.), with an assist from Laws at 41:42, made it 11-4. Foote responded for Notre Dame with her fourth goal of the game at 44:36 with an assist from Byers. Buckeye Laws scored her first goal at 45:15, unassisted, making the score 12-5, Notre Dame. At 46:11, Murphy scored Notre Dame’s 13th goal, on a Billings assist. OSU’s Laws closed out the scoring with an unassisted goal at 49:15 to make the final score, 13-6, Notre Dame.

In goal for Ohio State, Kristen Gilwee (Fr., Hunt Valley, Md.) started the game and played the first half making six saves while giving up nine goals. Kim Hastings (Sr., Sewickley, Pa.) came in and played the second half making four saves and giving up four goals. For Notre Dame, Carol Dixon played the entire game, recording eight saves and giving up six goals.

Ohio State will travel to Athens, Ohio Sunday to face the Bobcats of Ohio (3-7, 0-2) at 1 p.m.

Notre Dame at Ohio State, March 5, 2006 Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium, Columbus, Ohio

Weather: 55F, sunny, wind W-15 mph

Linescore 1 2 FINAL Attendance: 165 Notre Dame 9 4 13 (10-1) Ohio State 2 4 6 (1-9)

ND-OS Scoring Summary Time School Score Goal Assist 1st Half 02:03 ND 1-0 Crysti Foote – 05:13 ND 2-0 Jane Stoeckert Jill Byers 06:17 ND 3-0 Crysti Foote (2) -Free Position- 06:33 ND 4-0 Caitlin McKinney Jane Stoeckert 09:14 OS 4-1 Jessica Patane – 11:32 ND 5-1 Crysti Foote (3) – 22:05 ND 6-1 Mary Carpenter – 23:30 ND 7-1 Heather Ferguson – 23:45 OS 7-2 Kelly Kremer – 24:48 ND 8-2 Brittany Fox Meghan Murphy 24:17 ND 9-2 Alicia Billings Brittany Fox

2nd Half 34:22 OS 9-3 KC Carter -Free Position- 35:31 ND 10-3 Heather Ferguson (2) – 37:56 ND 11-3 Mary Carpenter (2) Jill Byers (2) 41:42 OS 11-4 Natale Miller Kelyn Laws 44:36 ND 12-4 Crysti Foote (4) Jill Byers (3) 45:15 OS 12-5 Kelyn Laws – 46:11 ND 13-5 Meghan Murphy Alicia Billings 49:15 OS 13-6 Kelyn Laws (2) –

Notre Dame Goals: Crysti Foote 4, Mary Carpenter 2, Heather Ferguson 2, Alicia Billings 1, Brittany Fox 1, Jane Stoeckert 1, Meghan Murphy 1, Caitlin McKinney 1 Notre Dame Assists: Jill Byers 3, Alicia Billings 1, Brittany Fox 1, Meghan Murphy 1, Jane Stoeckert 1

Ohio State Goals: Kelyn Laws 2, KC Carter 1, Natale Miller 1, Kelly Kremer 1, Jessica Patane 1 Ohio State Assists: Kelyn Laws 1

Goalies Min GA Svs Notre Dame – Carol Dixon (W) 60:00 6 8 Ohio State – Kristen Gilwee (L) 30:00 9 6 Kim Hastings 30:00 4 4

ND OS Shots: 31 21 Fress Position Shots: 1-3 1-4 Draws: 11 10 Groundballs: 15 18 Turnovers: 21 25 Caused Turnovers: 5 4 Fouls: 28 19