`Dogs Fall Short in First MPSF Matchup
    Paula Badali scored three goals for the Bulldogs.
    Paula Badali scored three goals for the Bulldogs.

    March 10, 2013

    Final Stats

    By K. Martinson
    kasandralyn@mail.fresnostate.edu
    GoBulldogs.com

    Final Stats

    DENVER-The Fresno State lacrosse team dropped its first Mountain Pacific Sports Federation game at Denver on Sunday morning, falling 18-7.

    "I think as a team we have improved upon where we were this time last year," said head coach Jessica Pausewang. "Denver is a strong team and I thought we really capitalized on the opportunities that we had."

    Senior Paula Badali led Fresno State with three goals. Anjelica Fuccillo, Kara Concheck and Holly Cisneros added one goal a piece in the team effort.

    With a goal and two assists, Marcy Levatino combined for three points for the second game in a row.

    Katie Wilbur stepped up in cage for the `Dogs with 17 saves, breaking the Fresno State record for most saves in a single game. Of Denver's 46 shots, the team only gave up 18 goals.

    "I think as a whole we are going to refocus and get ready for our next game," said Pausewang. "I think we have a good starting place for the rest of season."

    After wrapping up their four game road streak to start the 2013 season, Fresno State stands at 1-3. The `Dogs return to Bulldog Stadium for their home opener hosting MPSF opponent California on March 19 at 5 p.m.


     

     

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