Chanticleers Get a Hat-trick of Hat-tricks in 13-7 Win

Chanticleers Get a Hat-trick of Hat-tricks in 13-7 Win

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Mount Pleasant, Mich. – The Coastal Carolina women's lacrosse team had a second consecutive hat-trick of hat-tricks to defeat former ASUN member Central Michigan 13-7 on Thursday evening in Mount Pleasant, Mich. The win improved the Chanticleers record to 11-4 overall while CMU fell to 6-9 on the season.
 
Coastal got on the scoreboard first with 27:38 in the first period to take a 1-0 lead when Madeline Bromley (three goals) beat the defense on a free-position goal. The Chants took a 2-0 lead when Lauren Cremen hit an unassisted goal just 2:23 seconds later.
 
The host Chippewas cut the lead in half when Natalie Karlen picked up her 35th goal of the season with 23:43 left in the opening stanza.
 
Samantha Courtemanche (three goals and one assist) scored the first goal of her hat-trick with 2:06 expiring from the game clock. Courtemanche then found Haley Alexander to push the CCU lead to 4-1 with 18:14 until the halftime.
 
CMU scored their final goal of the first half when Jocelyne Lemay found the back of the net with 17:16 remaining until the break to make it a 4-2 game.
 
Coastal Carolina would score the next six goals of the first half to take a 10-2 halftime lead highlighted by Courtemanche getting her second and third goals of the match and Sarah McEvoy picking up two of her three goals on the day. Bromley closed out the first half with her second goal of the period.
 
The host team opened the scoring in the second period with Courtney Burke pulling Central Michigan to within seven at 10-3.
 
Bromley capped off her hat-trick of the game with 24:14 left in regulation to put the Chants up eight at 11-3.
 
The Chippewas would go on to score four unanswered goals to tighten the match up at 11-7 with the final score coming with 11:06 left in the game.
 
Alexander and McEvoy closed out the scoring to make it a 13-7 final.
 
Defensively, Harley Barrett stopped 15 shots, and Emily D'Orsaneo scooped up five ground balls for the defense that only allowed seven goals on 28 shots.
 
Coastal Carolina will remain on the road, as they travel to Pontiac, Mich. to take on Detroit Mercy, Saturday, April 20, with the opening draw scheduled for noon ET.

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