1999 Game Reports

Apr 24 - Limestone 2, Davidson College 15

Limestone Women Drop Finale

Davidson, NC - The Limestone College Women's Lacrosse team dropped their last game of the season today as they traveled to Division I Davidson College. The 15-2 loss drops the Saints to 7-5 on the season, but still secures the best record ever recorded in the program's three year history. The Saints saw goals from freshman Becky Buppert (Westminster, MD) and junior Gina Authement (Glen Burnie, MD) while senior Cindy Watkins (Annapolis, MD) made six saves and sophomore Vicky Perkins (Manlius, NY) made nine.


Apr 17 - Limestone 8, Longwood College 7

Limestone Women Knock Off Longwood

Farmville, VA - The Limestone College Women's Lacrosse team knocked of #7 Longwood College today in southern Virginia 8-7. The win moves the #8 Saints to 7-4 on the season while the Lancers drop to 8-4. In a game that saw five lead changes and five ties the Saints prevailed in the closing minutes as Senior goalkeeper Cindy Watkins (Annapolis, MD) only allowed one goal in through thirty minutes of play in the second half. "Cindy was outstanding. She stepped in at halftime and made the difference this afternoon," said Michael Scerbo, head coach. The Saints jumped out to an early lead on a goal by Angie Meyer (Hanover, MD) but the Lancers came back to take the lead at 2-1 on goals by Beth Hadrys and Laurie Hogan. The Lancers went on to extend that lead to 6-3 with six minutes remaining in the second half. Christina Gribbin was able to cut the lead to 6-4 at halftime as she raced down the field and fired a shot past the Lancer keeper. In the Second half it was all Limestone as they out scored the hosts 4-1. Megan Crouse (Gambrills, MD) dished out all four assists in the second half. The Saints close out their season on Saturday as they travel to Davidson College for a 1 PM game.

1 2 F
Limestone 4 4 8
Longwood 6 1 7

Limestone: Crouse (0-4), Buppert (3-0), Kennedy (2-0), S. Meyer (1-0), A. Meyer (1-0), Gribbin (1-0)
Longwood: Hogane (2-0), Miranda (1-0), Whitaker (0-1), Smith (2-0), Hadrys (2-0), Harmon (0-1)

Limestone: Perkins 6, Watkins 8
Longwood: Bunn 16


Apr 13 - Limestone 23, Greensboro 2

Limestone Women Roll Over Greensboro

Gaffney, SC - The Limestone College women's lacrosse team scored four goals in 62 seconds a third of the way through the first half and never looked back as they trounced visiting Greensboro College 23-2.

The win moves the Saints to 6 - 4 on the season. The victory also set three new school records in most goals in a game, fewest goals allowed, and widest margin of victory.

Leading the way for the Saints was junior Megan Crouse (Gambrills, MD) who recorded four goals and dished out four assists while sophomore Jody Kennedy (Ajax, ONT) found the net five times. Chrissy Taggert scored both goals for Greensboro College.

Scoring 1st 2nd Final
Limestone 13 10 23
Greensboro 1 1 2

Crouse (4-4), S. Meyer (2-2), Kennedy (5-0), Buppert (3-2), Matthews (1-0), A. Meyer (1-2), deBullet (1-0), Zimmmerman (2-0), Smith (4-1) Greensboro: Taggert (2-0)

Limestone: Watkins 2, Perkins 1
Greensboro: Campbell 20


Apr 8 - Limestone 19, Pfeiffer 3

Nine Players Tally Points as Limestone Rolls

Misenheimer, NC- Nine different players scored points as the Limestone College Women's Lacrosse team cruised to a 19-3 win over Pfeiffer University. The win moves the eighth ranked Saints back above .500 with a 5-4 mark. The Saints jumped out early to a 2-0 lead before Pfeiffer scored on a transition goal. Limestone then went on a 9-0 run to end the half at 11-1 and never looked back. Jody Kennedy (Ajax, ONT) scored a career high, five goals while Megan Crouse (Gambrills, MD) added four goals and two assists.

1 2 F
Pfeiffer 1 2 3

Limestone: Kennedy (5-0), Crouse (4-2), Buppert (3-0), S. Meyer (0-3), Smith (1-0), A. Meyer (2-1), Zimmerman (2-0), Authement (1-0), Ford (1-0)
Pfeiffer: Hosmer (1-0), Wade (1-0), Lehman (1-0), Hall (0-1)

Limestone: Perkins 7, Watkins 7
Pfeiffer: 25


Mar 30 - Limestone 8, University of California at Davis 7

Limestone Women Hold on for Victory

Gaffney, SC - The Limestone College Women's Lacrosse team used a strong first half to create an insurmountable lead for the visiting Aggies of the University of California at Davis. The win moves the Saints, who are currently #9 in the latest poll, to a season record of 4-2 while UC Davis drops to 6-4. Davis scored first in the opening minute of play but the Saints rallied back on a goal from freshman Crystal Ford (Vero Beach, FL). The Aggies then answered in the fouth minute before the Saints went on a 5-1 run to end the half. The Saints went up 8-4 midway through the second half, but the Aggies would not die as they scored two goals in the last four minutes of play for a final score of 8-6. "UC Davis came to play today. They gave us a very tough fight in the end, but we were determined to win today and nothing was going to stop that determination. It is great to see our players step up to that challenge," said Michael Scerbo, head coach.

Scoring 1 2 F
UC Davis 3 3 6

Limestone: Crouse (3-1), Kennedy (1-0), S. Meyer (0-1), deBullet (1-0), Smith (2-0), Ford (1-0)
UC Davis: Stonebarger (4-0), Rivett (1-0), Saleta (1-0)

Limestone: Perkins 4, Watkins 13
UC Davis: McCall 11


Mar 25 - Limestone 16, Ohio University 7

Second Half Run Propels Limestone to Win

Davidson, NC - The Limestone College Women's Lacrosse team improved to 3-2 today as they knock off Division I Ohio University in a neutral site contest at Davidson College. The Saints used an eleven goal second half to secure the victory. Megan Crouse (Gambrills, MD) led the way for the Saints with six goals and one assist while Angie and Stephanie Meyer each added hat tricks for the winning side. Cindy Watkins and Vicky Perkins combined for 15 saves in the win.

Scoring 1 2 F
Ohio 4 3 7

Limestone: Crouse (6-1), Kennedy (2-0), S. Meyer (3-1), Smith (1-2), Ford (1-0), A. Meyer (3-1), deBullet (1-0)
Ohio: Leatherman (2-0), McCluskey (1-0), Bowersock (2-0), Sanders (1-0), Beshara (0-1), Luedecke (1-0)

Limestone: Perkins 9, Watkins 6
Ohio: Bonkhovic 26


Mar 24 - Limestone 10, Shippensburg University 16

Limestone Women Fall to #5 Shippensburg

Gaffney, SC- The Limestone Women's Lacrosse Team (2-2) suffered their second loss of the season as they fell 16-10 to #5 Shippensburg University (1-0) on Saturday. Currently rakned #10, the Saints kept it close in the first 35 minutes of the game, but Shippensburg went on a scoring streak where they notched seven goals in nine minutes to create a lead the Saints could not break. Leading the way for the Saints was junior Megan Crouse who scored three goals while sophomore Stephanie Meyer scored one and added three assists. Shippensburg was led by Kelly Sims, 6 goals, 1 assist, and Keri Hopkins, 4 goals.

Scoring 1 2 F
Shippensburg 7 9 16

Limestone: Crouse (3-0), S. Meyer (1-3), Smith (2-0), A. Meyer (2-0), Ford (1-0), deBullet (1-0), Bennett (0-1)
Shippensburg: Brabson (1-1), Colbert (2-1), Hopkins (4-0), Fallon (1-0), Kipp (1-1), Sims (6-1), Kennedy (1-0), Gaull (0-3)

Limestone: Perkins 12, Watkins 9
Shippensburg: Porter 17


Mar 15 - Limestone 10, Longwood College 11

Limestone College Rally Falls Short

Gaffney, SC - The Limestone College Women's Lacrosse (2-1) team rallied in the second half and scored four straight goals but could not score the one to tie the game as visiting Longwood College (2-1) wins 11-10. The Saints were led by three goal performances from freshman Angie Meyer and junior Megan Crouse. Laurie Hogan scored four for Longwood while Rachel Bunn made 17 stops in the net.

Team 1st 2nd Final
Limestone College 5 5 10
Longwood College 5 6 11

Limestone: Crouse 3, A. Meyer 3, Kennedy, Smith, S. Meyer, deBullet
Longwood: Hogan 4, Miller 2, Hadrys 2, Whitaker, Smith, Denson

Limestone: Buppert 2, Crouse
Longwood: Duboski 2, Smith, Whitaker, Miller

Limestone: Perkins 7, Watkins 3
Longwood: Bunn 17

Limestone 27
Longwood 22


Mar 4 - Guilford College 5, Limestone 17

Crouse Sets Limestone Single Game Record in Assists

Gaffney, SC- Junior attacker Megan Crouse (Gambrills, MD) set a Limestone College Women's Lacrosse record for assists in a game with seven as she led the Saints (2-0) past visiting Guilford College (1-2) 17-5. Adding to her seven assists, Crouse also netted three goals on the afternoon to go with four each from freshman Becky Buppert (Westminster, MD) and freshman Angie Meyer (Hanover, MD). Guilford came out early and scored the first goal one-minute into the game, but the Saints responded with three unanswered tallies and never looked back. "We did an excellent job today. Megan and the rest of the attack controlled the tempo of the game by playing at their full potential," said Michael Scerbo, head coach.

Team 1st 2nd Final
Guilford College 4 1 5
Limestone College 7 10 17

Limestone: Buppert 4, Kennedy 2, Crouse 3, S. Meyer 2, Smith 2, A. Meyer 4
Guilford: Andrews 2, Perri, Jankowski, Eckmon

Limestone: Crouse 7, S. Meyer 2, Smith
Guilford: Jankowski

Limestone: Watkins 4, Perkins 5
Guilford: Gill 14, Melesky 1

Limestone: 34
Guilford: 17

Ground Balls:
Limestone: 52
Guilford: 16


Feb 19 - Bates College 5, Limestone 10

Second Half Burst Propels Saints to Victory

Gaffeny, SC- The Limestone College Women's Lacrosse team (1-0) out scored visiting Bates College (0-1) 6-1 in the second half to propel them to a 10-5 victory on a snow covered Limestone Field. Two goals from junior Megan Crouse (Gambrills, MD) and one from sophomore Stephanie Meyer (Hanover, MD) in a four minute burst put the Saints ahead early in the second half and they never looked back. "Our transition was excellent today. Led by Christina Gribbin at defense and the entire midfield unit we were able to control the game through transition and dictate the pace of the game. That was the key today against a strong program like Bates," said Michael Scerbo, head coach. Crouse and freshman Angie Meyer (Hanover, MD), each of whom scored three goals, led the Saints. On the defensive end of the field senior Cindy Watkins (Annapolis, MD) Made six saves while sophomore Vicky Perkins (Manlius, NY) stopped seven shots. The Saints travel to Duke next Saturday for a tournament, but return home on Thursday, March 4, 1999 as they host Guilford College at 4 PM.

Team 1st 2nd Final
Limestone College 4 6 10
Bates College 4 1 5

Limestone: Buppert (1-0), Crouse (3-0), Kennedy (0-1), A. Meyer (3-0), Smith (1-0), S. Meyer (2-1)
Bates: Sall (1-0), Coulson (2-0), Lundman (2-0)

Limestone: Watkins 6, Perkins 7
Bates: Strable 18