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Lacrosse

 

The Mount Mercy Academy Lacrosse team closed its season with a 12-6 loss to Buffalo Seminary.  Sophomore Abby Mailloux (Buffalo) tallied four goals and picked up five ground balls.  Senior Megan Quinn (Hamburg) had two goals, an assist and two ground balls.  Sophomore goalie Jenna Brown (Buffalo) had nine saves.  Sophomore Olivia Fuller (West Seneca) had four ground balls and classmates Isabella Fedele (Buffalo), Brenna Berhalter (Buffalo) and Maddie Hart each had two.  Senior Anna Schieber (Buffalo) also had two.

 

 

Jenna Brown - SportsUNION article,  "Learning on the fly."

 

2021 Lacrosse Schedule
 

Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Result

Saturday 4/24 St. Mary's Mulroy 3:30 PM*  CANCELED
Monday 4/26 Nardin Nardin Athletic Facility 4:30 PM  
Saturday 5/1 Buff Sem Mulroy 1:00 PM*  
Monday 5/3 MSM Adams Field 6:00 PM*  
Wednesday 5/5 Sacred Heart ECC North Soccer Field 4:30 PM  
Saturday 5/8 St Mary's Mulroy 1:00 PM*  
Monday 5/10 Nardin Mulroy 5:00 PM  
Wednesday 5/12 Nichols Nichols 4:30 PM  
Saturday 5/15 Sacred Heart Mulroy 1:00 PM*  
Sunday 5/16 SML Mulroy 11:00 AM* Senior Night
Tuesday 5/18 SML Mulroy 5:00 PM  
Wednesday 5/19 MSM Mulroy 5:00 PM  
Friday 5/21 Nichols Nichols 4:30 PM*  
Tuesday 5/25 Buff Sem Buff Sem 4:30 PM L
Tuesday, 6/1 TBD TBD 4:30 PM  Semifinals
Wednesday, 6/2 TBD TBD 4:30 PM Championship

 

 

League Record

 

 

 * Denotes recent time change, plan accordingly.

Head Coach: Tyler Gaulton
Assistant Coach: Haley Gaulton

2021 Varsity Lacrosse Roster 

Grade Year Started Name Jersey # Height
12 2017 Anna Schieber 3 5'4"
12 2017 Megan Quinn 16 5'7"
10 2019 Jenna Brown 10 5'5"
10 2019 Olivia Fuller 32 5'7"
10 2019 Abigail Mailloux 19 5'6"
10 2019 Brenna Berhalter 25 5'7"
10 2019 Emma Connors 24 5'5"
10 2019 Isabella Fedele 14 5'5"
10 2019 Madelyn Hart 15 5'7"
10 2019 Sophia Milosevski 7 5'6"
10 2019 Gabrielle Juliano 26 5'6"
9 2020 Bella Shea 1 5'3"
9 2020 Maggie Melligan 2 5'7"
9 2020 Quinn D'Anthony 5 5'7"
9 2020 Trinity Mead 4 5'6"

 

 

 

"Mount Mercy has taught me some of the most important things in my life and I am so grateful for that. I know that incorporating the principles of a woman of Mercy has made me the best version of myself. I can only hope that in the future, I will continue to grow and teach others the valuable lessons that I was taught at Mount Mercy. While I have learned so many things here, the greatest thing by far that I have learned is that DNA does not always make a family, love makes a family and that is exactly what I have gained here, a second family."

Mariah Rullan

Class of 2019

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