2017-18 Women's Lacrosse
Record: 0-0 Home: 0-0 Away: 0-0 AAC: 0-0
Point News
News Photo
(RV)Reinhardt University
Women's Lacrosse - Thu, Apr. 20, 2017

WALESKA, Ga. – Number five seeded Point University (7-11) was eliminated in the quarterfinal round of the Appalachian Athletic Conference Women's Lacrosse Championships by number four seeded Reinhardt University (8-6), 17-5, in Thursday, April 20  women's lacrosse postseason action in Waleska, Ga.


Reinhardt opened the game with four unanswered goals before Point attacker Alexandra Millican (FR/Jacksonville, FL) scored on a free-position attempt at 19:02 in the first half.  The Eagles offense continued to score, netting two unanswered goals to give Reinhardt a 6-1 lead with 13:57 left in the half before midfielder Alexa Coronado (JR/Jacksonville, FL) snapped their run with an unassisted goal at 11:49 to shrink their lead to four goals, 6-2.


Millican added her second goal of the half on another free-position opportunity at 7:28, but Reinhardt outscored Point 11-3 during the first half and 6-2 in the second half enroute to a victory over the Skyhawks in the first round of the AAC Women's Lacrosse Championships, 17-5.


Point starting goalie Emma Gross (FR/St. Augustine, FL) allowed five goals and made one save in the first 13:50 of the game before being replaced by goalie Abagail Smith (JR/Cumming, GA), who allowed 12 goals and saved nine opponent shots. Reinhardt's starting goalkeeper Colleen Cicci played the entire game and allowed five goals and made seven saves.


Millican finished with two goals and was a perfect 2-for-2 on free-positon opportunities, Coronado also threw in two goals on six shots and attacker Ta'Mara Moore (JR/Birmingham, AL) contributed one goal.


The Eagles were led in scoring by attacker Gina Ives who finished the afternoon with six goals, one assist and two ground balls and midfielder Aliyah Bryant who added four goals, four ground balls and four draw controls.


The Skyhawks scored five goals, attempted 16 shots, picked up 19 ground balls, controlled nine draws, committed 24 turnovers, and committed nine fouls.  The Eagles scored 17 goals, attempted 34 shots, scooped up 25 ground balls, controlled 15 draws, committed 18 turnovers, and committed 10 fouls.