By Matt Noonan
The first two episodes of 113 Days have been published – a documentary on the current Stonehill College women’s lacrosse season.
Below are both episodes – the first episode, which focuses on getting to know the Skyhawks, while the second highlights the team’s contest against Dowling that Stonehill won in overtime.
Stonehill currently finds themselves in second place in the Northeast-10 Conference with a mark of 13-1 overall and 10-1 in league play. On Saturday, the Skyhawks soared to a 17-3 victory over St. Michael’s College, their third victory in the month of April.
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By Matt Noonan
113 Days – a 10-Part Web Series – will feature the Stonehill College Women’s Lacrosse team on its quest for a Division II crown. (Photo Credit: 113 Days/Thompson Films)
Thompson Films is set to launch a 10-Part Web Series – 113 Days – beginning tomorrow (Wednesday, April 1st), which will profile the Stonehill College Women’s Lacrosse team.
The 10-Part Web Series will document the Skyhawks’ season, following 25 players and two coaches through the beginning to end of their current season.
A brand new episode of the 10-Part series will be posted on the 113 Days’ YouTube channel at 3:00 p.m. each Wednesday for the next 10 weeks.
Stonehill – currently ranked seventh in the latest Division II Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) poll – has won nine consecutive games this season, including five road games. The Skyhawks’ last outing featured a 16-9 win over Assumption College, which is currently receiving votes in the IWLCA poll.
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Stonehill Skyhawks Logo (Photo Credit: Stonehill College Athletics)
The pairings for the NCAA Division II women’s lacrosse tournament were announced earlier this evening and Stonehill College secured a spot despite a Northeast-10 Conference semifinal setback to Adelphi on Saturday.
Stonehill will face-off against LIU Post, a squad that defeated them earlier this season, next weekend in the quarterfinals.
LIU enters the tournament as the top seed with a 17-0 mark, as well as the defending national champions, too.
Stonehill is making its seventh appearance in the tournament and has won two championships (2003 & 2005).
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Courtesy of the Bentley University sports information department, here’s this evening’s release from the women’s lacrosse game against Stonehill College:
EASTON, Mass. – No. 12 Bentley University rallied from 13-7 down to pull within 13-10 late against No. 11 Stonehill, but could not complete the comeback as the Skyhawks emerged victorious in a matchup of top Northeast-10 women’s lacrosse teams.
After a Heather Sullivan goal gave Stonehill a 13-7 lead with 13:00 minutes left in the game, Bentley scored three unanswered to pull within 13-10 with 46 seconds left after a goal by freshman Erin O’Connor (Longmeadow, Mass./Longmeadow).
The first two goals of the run came just 20 seconds apart, starting with Cori Geiger’s (Agawam, Mass./Agawam) goal at the 4:23 mark. That followed a goal by senior Taylor Bastien (North Kingstown, R.I./North Kingstown), her second of the game.
Bentley trailed 8-4 at halftime and made it 8-6 with the first two goals of the half, and 9-7 with 18:13 left in the half, but Stonehill went on a 4-0 run over the next five minutes to lead 13-7.
Bentley drops to 4-2 on the season in the NE-10 and Stonehill improves to 7-2. Bentley is back in action on Thursday night against Saint Anselm.