Loading

#2 Stony Brook The Road to the Final Four

IN SEASON 2018

Stony Brook Women's Lacrosse

Digital Media Sports by Leigh Ernst Friestedt
Stony Brook Seawolves

In Season 2018

Preseason Report - The Road to the Final Four

Stony Brook is on a mission to make the Final Four and win the 2018 NCAA Women's Lacrosse Championship. Stony Brook almost upset Maryland in the 2017 NCAA Quarterfinals and with the Final Four at Stony Brook this year, Joe Spalinna could lead his team to a national championship and rewrite the record books.

Nationally ranked #2 Stony Brook starts the season with high expectations and dreams for a national title. Stony Brook's attack will be led by Kylie Ohlmiller who set NCAA records last year with 78 goals and 86 assists. A natural lefty who has perfected rolling the crease to score and has tremendous vision to feed from the left, she is impossible to stop. Kylie is supported by her sister Taryn Ohlmiller who is a natural righty so together they dominate both sides of the cage. Redshirt Senior Courtney Murphy, who led the NCAA with 100 goals in 2016, is back from her knee injury and will join the attack with the Ohmiller sisters to create a triple threat.

Game 1: #2 Stony Brook (14) vs #5 USC (10)

February 16, 2018 - Los Angeles, CA

Season Opener: #2 Stony Brook kicked off the season in California against a tough #5 USC and came away with a big win to start their season. Despite USC's control of the draw (17 of 25), Stony Brook's attack overpowered the Trojans and was backed by a solid defense and goal tending. All around a strong opening performance by the Seawolves and impressive win.

Attack

Courtney Murphy is back in action and stronger than ever with four goals and four assists. Taryn Ohlmiller added another four goals and three assists. Kylie Ohlmiller was face guarded, an obstacle she will likely face in many games, but still managed to net a goal and feed in two assists.

Defense

Carolyn Carrera and Brooke Gubitosi anchored the defense with each recording a caused turnover. Goalie, Anna Tesoriero (Jr), recorded ten saves and five ground balls to keep her team in the game at critical times.

Next Game

Stony Brook will take on Stanford for their second game on Monday, Feb. 19. California should be a sunny break from the northeast weather. Look for Stony Brook to add another win and continue their Road to the Final Four.

Players to Watch

#17 Kylie Ohlmiller (Sr Attack)
#18 Courtney Murphy (Sr Attack)
#31 Anna Tesoriero (Jr Goalie)
#21 Taryn Ohlmiller (So Attack)
#25 Brooke Gubitosi (Sr Defense)
#1 Carolyn Carrera (Sr Defense)
Digital Media Sports by Leigh Ernst Friestedt

Copyright © 2018 Equity IX, LLC. All rights reserved.

Created By
Leigh Ernst Friestedt
Appreciate

Credits:

Leigh Ernst Friestedt @ Equity IX - SportsOgram

Report Abuse

If you feel that this video content violates the Adobe Terms of Use, you may report this content by filling out this quick form.

To report a copyright violation, please follow the DMCA section in the Terms of Use.