Sophomore Olivia Adamson led the way with four goals and two assists in the Orange’s NCAA quarterfinal win over James Madison Thursday.
The Orange struggled in the first quarter but eventually managed to secure a 14-12 victory.
In a game that made SU history, Meaghan Tyrrell became the Orange’s all-time leader in career points with an assist to her sister.
To end the game, Notre Dame went on a 9-1 scoring run to win 20-12.
Meaghan Tyrrell led the scoring with six goals for the Orange in their Senior day win.
The Orange were led by Meaghan Tyrell, who finished with a team-high five goals to go with three assists.
Joey Spallina climbs SU’s freshman goals list, and Cole Kirst records 100th career point in 18-7 win.
Goals from 14 different SU players help the Orange’s record surpass the .500 mark again.
Delaney Sweitzer sets a new career-high 15 saves to go along with five Meaghan Tyrrell goals.
The Orange drops to 0-2 in the Atlantic Coast Conference and .500 on the season.