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Sports Recap Central

Baseball (7-43)

April 29 vs. Holy Cross

W, 8-7

Homeruns from sophomore John Selsor and juniors Steven Cohen and AJ Kloehn provided the offense for the Leopards as they powered past the Crusaders.


April 29 vs. Holy Cross

L, 8-7

Freshman Trey Durrah hit his first career homerun as the Leopards jumped out to a 5-4 lead heading into the ninth. The Crusaders scored four runs to open up a lead and the Leopards couldn’t respond as they fell to Holy Cross.


April 30 vs. Holy Cross

W, 10-7

The bats were alive once again as seven Leopards had multi-hit games. Sophomore Spencer Rouse capped the game off with a walk-off three run homerun to win it for the Leopards.


April 30 vs. Holy Cross

W, 10-9

After giving up five runs over the first three innings, the Leopards dug in and tied it up 9-9 going into the ninth inning. Freshman Brandon Posivak scored on a wild pitch to win the game as the Crusaders were looking to intentionally walk Cohen and the pitcher’s throw sailed over the catcher.


May 2 @ La Salle

W, 13-9

For the third game in a row, the Lafayette offense put up double digit runs. Everyone in the lineup collected a hit and seven Leopards collected RBIs on the afternoon.


Women’s Lacrosse (10-8)

April 29 vs. Navy

L, 24-10

In their regular season finale, the Leopards struggled against the Midshipmen early as they found themselves down by seven at halftime. Sophomore Jane Kirby and senior Kirsten Wilhelmsen led the offense, each recording a hat trick in the game.


May 2 @ Boston University

L, 14-7

The Leopards fell in the opening round of the Patriot League Tournament as they couldn’t muster any offense against the Terriers. Wilhelmsen scored four goals and junior Anna Raymond made a career high 16 saves in net.


Softball (11-25)

April 27 vs. Drexel

L, 4-3

For the second time in four games the Leopards went to extra innings, but they were unable to hang on as they lost to Drexel in eight innings.


April 27 vs. Drexel

W, 7-4

Freshman Malori Pojar hit her first career grand slam as part of a six run inning to power the Leopards over the Dragons.


April 29 vs. Delaware State

W, 3-1

After trading runs in the first inning, the Leopards tacked on a couple more and cruised to victory. Junior Stephanie Thomas pitched seven innings, allowing just one earned run.


April 29 vs. Delaware State

W, 8-0

In the second game of the double-header, the Leopards used a four run second inning to beat the Hornets. Senior Kristyn Marinelli recorded her first win on the year, going five innings and scattering just three hits.


April 30 @ Rider

W, 2-1

In a low scoring game, it was Marinelli’s RBI single in the third inning that made the difference as the Leopards won their fourth straight game.


April 30 @ Rider

W, 4-3

The Leopards found themselves tied again, but a two-out RBI single from Maddie Wensel in the sixth inning put the Leopards up for good as they won their season-high fifth straight game.


Women’s Tennis (7-16)

April 27 vs. Holy Cross

W, 4-1

The Leopards secured all points except one, as they beat the Crusaders in the opening round of the Patriot League Tournament.


April 28 vs. Army

L, 4-0

The team was shutout in all matches as the Leopards lost to the Golden Knights in the quarterfinals of the conference tournament, thus concluding their season.



April 29-30 @ Patriot League Championship

Place: 6 out of 8

Four Leopards finished in the top 25, with junior James Frahm and freshman Will Halamandaris tying for 21st (7-over) and senior Chad Bell and freshman Reid Bedell tying for 23rd (8-over).


Track and Field

April 28 @ Penn Relays – Philadelphia, Pa.

Junior Dave McGriff captured fourth in the discus and the women’s 4x400m relay group of senior Tessa Broholm, sophomore Amy Hewlett, freshman Crosby Spiess and senior Kelly Reager finished 49th in their event.


April 29 @ Lehigh Games – Bethlehem, Pa.

The Leopards took four events at the meet, with senior Drew Davis capturing first in a field of 44 runners in the 200m. Junior Steven Young finished first in the long jump for the men.


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