Albin Ties School Record As Aggies Complete East Coast Sweep

April 18, 2004

BLOOMSBURG, Pa. - Senior attacker Kelly Albin tied a school record with seven goals while freshman Katie McMahon added four more as UC Davis beat Bloomsburg, 13-10, in a non-conference collegiate women's lacrosse game Sunday.

The Aggies, ranked second in last week's Inside Lacrosse Division II Power Poll, improves to 9-3 on the season. The Huskies drop to 6-8 overall.

After Bloom drew first blood on a Georgia Carinci goal just 1:42 into the game, UC Davis responded with a three goals in a five-minute span, including a pair by McMahon. The Huskies tied the game up on goals by Karla Honeywell and Carinci, but the Aggies stormed back with a 6-0 run. Albin racked up four more goals in that tear, helping her team establish a 10-5 advantage at the halftime break.

Carinci scored her third and fourth goals of the game as Bloom trimmed the margin to 10-8 in the second half. McMahon finally scored at 51:20 to end the UC Davis scoring drought. The Huskies' Danielle Yeager answered with a goal just 16 seconds later to bring her team within two again, but Leslie Kado set up McMahon for another Aggie goal on the ensuing draw. Just 14 seconds later, Bloom's Meg Taylor converted an assist from Carinci, again cutting the UC Davis lead to two goals. However, that was the last of the Husky goals in the final eight minutes. Albin hit her record-tying goal with less than two minutes remaining to seal th victory.

Albin's seven goals ties the UC Davis mark set by Jaime Fitzpatrick almost exactly one year ago against Indiana (Pa.).

The Aggies return home for a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation game against UC Berkeley on April 25.







UC Davis (9-3)










GOALS - UC Davis: Kelly Albin 7, Katie McMahon 4, Stacy Sugarman 2. Bloom: Georgia Carinci 5, Danielle Yeager 3, Karla Honeywell 1, Meg Taylor 1.

ASSISTS - UC Davis: Leslie Kado 2, Jackie Milhoan 1, Jessie Donohoue 1, Stacy Sugarman 1. Bloom: Georgia Carinci 3, Danielle Yeager 1, Sheila Zilinski 1, Meaghan McDugall 1.

GOALIE SAVES - UC Davis: Kristen Braasch 5. Bloom: Linda Schultz 11.