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A look at the matchup between No. 4 CU women’s lacrosse and No. 5 Stony Brook

Colorado's Johnna Fusco drives to the net against Fresno State.
Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer
Colorado’s Johnna Fusco drives to the net against Fresno State.

CU women’s lacrosse preview: Stony Brook

MATCHUP: No. 4 Colorado Buffaloes (11-0) at No. 5 Stony Brook Seawolves (8-1).

GAME TIME: Friday, 5 p.m. MDT, LaValle Stadium, Stony Brook, N.Y.

LEADERS: Colorado — Goals: A Darby Kiernan, Jr., and A Johnna Fusco, Sr., 28; Assists: M Miranda Stinson, So.,. 13; Points: Kiernan, 42; Goalie: Paige Soenksen, Sr., 7.11 goals-against average, .579 save percentage. Stony Brook — Goals: A Kylie Ohlmiller, Jr., 34; Assists: Ohlmiller, 31; Points: Ohlmiller, 65; Goalie: Anna Tesoriero, So., 7.56 goals-against average, .518 save percentage.

NOTABLE: The Buffs escaped an upset bid by Delaware on Wednesday, scoring the game’s final three goals to rally for a 9-7 win. CU’s four first-half goals was a season-low…Kiernan was held without a point at Delaware for the first time this season. She scored at least two goals in nine of the previous 10 games…Stony Brook is ranked fiffh in the coaches poll, sixth in the Inside Lacrosse poll, and eighth in the US Lacrosse Magazine poll. The Buffs are fourth in all three polls…CU has never played Stony Brook…Stony Brook’s Ohlmiller ranks second in the nation in assists and is tied for second in points…Soenksen is tied for the NCAA lead in goals-against average and ranks third in save percentage…The Buffs return to campus for their final home date April 7 against MPSF rival Stanford.

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