Hynson’s Goal Sends Salisbury Women’s Lacrosse To The Semifinals
Salisbury – Sunday afternoon provided high drama at Sea Gulls Stadium. Allie Hynson scored the game-winning goal with just 11 seconds remaining to lift the second-ranked Salisbury University women’s lacrosse team over No. 11 Trinity (Conn.) College in the NCAA quarterfinals on Sunday afternoon, sending the Sea Gulls to the national semifinals.
Gianna Falcone made six saves in net to earn her 19th win of the season. The senior added a team-high three groundballs to go along with one caused turnover in the game. The Sea Gulls turned the ball over just nine times while the Bantams were responsible for 16 turnovers. Fegan led Salisbury with two caused turnovers on the afternoon.
With the win, Salisbury advances to the NCAA semifinals to face Gettysburg College, a 13-10 winner over Amherst College on Sunday. The Sea Gulls and Bullets will face off in Salem, Virginia on Saturday, May 26 at a time to be determined.
(Salisbury University Sports Information contributed to this post)