CMU Lacrosse Heads To Cincinnati

March 1, 2018

SETTING THE SCENE
The Central Michigan lacrosse team will play at Cincinnati in a nonleague game on Friday (3 p.m.) at the Bearcats’ Gettler Stadium.

LAST TIME OUT
CMU (2-2) defeated Butler, 19-9, in its home opener on Wednesday. The 19 goals tied for the third-highest single-game total in program history. The Chippewas are in their third year of intercollegiate lacrosse.

LEADERS
Shannon Doyle leads the Chippewa offense with nine goals. Tyra Prince and Jocelyne Lemay have each scored seven goals.

Jessica Schuchardt leads CMU with seven assists. Doyle leads the Chippewas with nine ground balls, while Natalie Karlen has eight.

Hope Murray and Dominique Hamman have both spent significant time in goal for CMU. Murray has logged 194-plus minutes, while Hamman has been in net for just over 42 minutes. Murray has posted 24 saves and carries a 12.34 goals-against average.

SCOUTING
Cincinnati, which plays in the BIG EAST, is 3-1 and riding a three-game win streak. The Bearcats defeated Ohio State, 17-12, on Monday.

THE SERIES
It is the third meeting between CMU and Cincinnati. The Bearcats both previous meetings.

NEXT
The Chippewas return to Mount Pleasant to begin a seven-game home stand on Sunday, March 11 (1 p.m.) against Michigan.


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